Fantastic Fest 2013: Tim Tickles Tiger, Keanu Calls Curses!

While the day is still young in several parts of the world, I will wager a bet that I will not see anything else today that will make me laugh as hard as the two videos posted below. Weeks ago... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Celebrate The Release Of ZERO CHARISMA With A New Trailer And Poster

Zero Charisma will be available on nationwide VOD and iTunes starting Oct 8, 2013, and in select theaters starting Oct 11, 2013. And to mark the occasion the distributors, Tribeca Film and Nerdist Industries, have unveiled a terrific new one... More »
  

MACHETE KILLS (And Kills And Kills) In This New Red Band Trailer

What's there to say with this one? You've got Robert Rodriguez and Danny Trejo bringing back their popular assassin character. Charlie Sheen... er, excuse me, Carlos Estevez... is the president of the United States. Mel Gibson is the baddy. And... More »
  

The Stack: HIDDEN IN THE WOODS, SIMON KILLER, DAY OF THE DEAD, THE DEVIL BAT, And More

Welcome back to The Stack. I'm sneaking this episode in before I leave for Fantastic Fest; it's a light week but there are some real gems here. For those not easily offended, Hidden in the Woods from Artsploitation will probably offend you... More »
  

Watch The First Stomach Churning Trailer For SEPTIC MAN!

Monster Brawl director Jesse Thomas Cook teams with Pontypool writer Tony Burgess for Septic Man, a gleefully repulsive picture soon to premiere at Fantastic Fest that I like to pitch to people as a blend of Buried and The Toxic... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

TIFF 2013: Short Film YOUNG WONDER Just Described My Entire Childhood!

Two things are happening here. Either James Wilkes and I are kindred spirits. Or. The guy has been sneaking into my room at night and tapping into my brain to access my childhood memories and is using them for his... More »
  

Live In A David Cronenberg Movie With New Interactive Project BODY/MIND/CHANGE

David Cronenberg and Lance Weiler (The Last Broadcast) have teamed up with TIFF and the Canadian Film Center Media Lab to create a new interactive, multimedia project that allows you to "experience what it is like to live inside a... More »
  

The Stack: BAY OF BLOOD is Blu, 5 DOLLS FOR AN AUGUST MOON, FROM UP ON POPPY HILL, FRANKENSTEIN'S ARMY, THE FUGITIVE Runs Onto Blu And More

In this week's edition of my home entertainment roundup, Bava is beautiful on Blu, old English  character actors fight the undead, Miyazaki offers up another masterpiece, a one armed man almost whips Indiana Jones, and NO PLACE ON EARTH rocks off... More »
  

The Stack: Simon Rumley Trilogy, UNIT 7, AMOUR, PLACE BEYOND THE PINES, New Shout Factory Blu-rays, And More

In this week's edition of my home entertainment roundup, you can watch Meat Loaf worship Alice Cooper and Art Carney, pre-Miami Vice Don Johnson fight off a bevy of post-apocalyptic beauties, dive headfirst into the incredible animated canvas of The... More »
  

We Are Go For Turbo! TURBO KID Starts Production Early 2014!

In case you don't know the story already, here is a recap. RKSS (Roadkill Superstar) made the short film called T is for Turbo and submitted it to the first ABCs of Death guest director contest where the public got... More »
  

The Stack: X-RAY / SCHIZOID, MUD, BOARDWALK EMPIRE, Rapture-palooza, And More

In this week's edition of my home entertainment roundup, we've got a gonzo combo of Barbi Benton and Klaus Kinski, a superb drama from Jeff Nichols, a new season of HBO's period crime drama, and many more, including a couple of print titles... More »
  

Watch An Exclusive Clip From BOUNTY KILLER!

Henry Saine's Bounty Killer is coming to cinemas and VOD on September 6th. The film has been well received on the festival circuit, including a much talked about screening at Fantasia a couple of weeks ago. I was still hearing... More »
  

The Stack: THE ART OF ELYSIUM, THE DAMNED, ERRORS OF THE HUMAN BODY, THE HOUSE OF SEVEN CORPSES, ISHTAR, And More

The August 13 edition features The Art of Elysium from Titan Books, the classic French post-war thriller The Damned from Cohen Media Group, winner of the 1933 Best Picture Academy Award, Calvacade, the Blu-ray debut of Ishtar from Sony, and... More »
  

Chinese Triads And Mutant Bunnies Invade Argentina In RABBIT WOMAN (MUJER CONEJO)

You want a weird one? How about a live action / animation hybrid from Argentina involving Chinese gangsters and mutant rabbits? It's titled Rabbit Woman (Mujer Conejo) from director Veronica Chen and is due to take a bow in San... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

The Stack: HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN, THE FOG, Danny Boyle's TRANCE, STREET TRASH, And Much More

Films mentioned this week in our video review roundup include Sony's Magic Magic, West of Memphis and Shout Factory's Ralph Bakshi's Heavy Traffic, Swamp Thing, The Incredible Melting Man, Kentucky Fried Movie, and The Producers. 20th Century Fox catalogue titles... More »
  

MANBORG Will Fight Again On The Printed Page!

Though the budget may have been small the epic scale of the adventures encountered by Steven Kostanski's Manborg were enormous and clearly the scope of his tale is far too large to be contained by a sole feature film. And... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

A Trash Auteur Returns With First Teaser For Iguchi's GOTHIC LOLITA BATTLE BEAR

Zombies, a karate girl, a talking teddy bear puppet and a gothic lolita who transforms into an undead-fighting superhero. Yep, it's the latest from Machine Girl director Iguchi Noboru and fans know what that means ... lots of bizarre gags... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Donut Cats In Post Apocalyptic Japan

Created as part of the Donyatsu series of animated short films featuring animal-pastry hybrids living in post-apocalyptic Tokyo (yes, you read that right), say hello to the donut cats. No, it has no subtitles, but really ... you don't understand... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Ride The Carousel Of Pleasure In Full Trailer For Matsumoto's R100

The first teaser for Symbol and Big Man Japan director's upcoming sex comedy R100 ended with leading man Omori Nao approaching a mysterious door. With the just released full trailer we get to see what's behind that door and it... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Fantasia 2013 Review: FATEFUL FINDINGS, Beyond All Working Definitions Of Cinema

Fateful Findings concerns the fallout of a magical day when two children, Leah and Dylan, discover a supernatural black cube. It is not until years later, after the children have grown up, their friendship estranged, that the cube lives up... More »
By Peter K.   
  
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