Fantastic Fest 2015 Wrap - All Our Reviews & TwitchFilm Awards

Wow. Fantastic Fest ended last Thursday but we are all still recovering from 8 (8!) days of magical mayhem. There were a ton of good movies and very few stinkers (not counting some of us on day 8). But it's... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Have Your Say: Which Film Made Best Use Of Mars?

Last week we asked everyone what their favorite film featuring the Moon was (blood-moon hype going on and all...), but this week another astronomical location featured heavily in the news: Mars, and this was because of the stellar (haha) box... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Review: GOOSEBUMPS, A Fleet-Footed Easy Read

A frightfully fun fright flick for families, Goosebumps is witty and dark, never descending into terribly distressing territory, but neither thumbing its nose entirely at the idea that nothing scary ever happens in the real world. Jack Black stars as... More »
By Peter Martin   

COLD DECK: When You Go After Someone, A Blunderbuss-Axe Is Your Weapon Of Choice

The worldwide rights for the Canadian crime thriller Cold Deck have been picked up by Screen Media Ventures. The film stars Paul Sorvino, Robert Knepper and Stéfano Gallo.Screen Media Ventures are currently at MIPCOM in Cannes this week to sell the... More »
By Andrew Mack   

The Trailer For VINYL Spins Out Of Control

The brainchild of Martin Scorsese, Terrence Winter and Mick Jagger, the show Vinyl is coming to HBO this January. Today, we've got a whopper of a trailer.Charting the days of proto-punk and early hip-hop in 1970s New York City, Vinyl... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Busan 2015 Review: BAD GUYS ALWAYS DIE Suffers A Slow Death

One of the more high profile among the many China-Korea collaborations being made these days, Bad Guys Always Die teams Taiwanese star Chen Bolin with top Korean actress Son Ye-jin in an action-comedy (leaning more towards the later) set on... More »
By Pierce Conran   

RICK AND MORTY And The Multiplicity Of Loneliness

Let me tell you something: Rick And Morty just may be the most poignant show on Television.

Big words, right? Okay, let's hold on a moment and back up a bit. For those not in the know, Rick and Morty is... More »
By Ben Umstead   

MACBETH Duo Adapting THE AXEMAN'S JAZZ Novel For TV Event Series

Deadline reported this morning that See-Saw Films, the producer, and Michael Lesslie, writer of Justin Kurzel's Macbeth (and his Assassin's Creed video game adaptation), will be working together again, adapting Ray Celestin's debut novel The Axeman's Jazz into a television event series. Celestin's... More »
By Andrew Mack   

JUNE: Just Who Is The Goddess Aer?

L Gustavo Cooper's coming of rage flick June will be available on DVD and digital release tomorrow, October 6th. Over the past couple days we met two of the foster families who took June into their homes. But just who is this... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Reykjavik 2015 Review: SPARROWS Soars

Coming-of-age movies, like most easy-to-pigeonhole narrative genres, are tough things to get right. The structure is fraught with danger in the form of maudlin stereotypes that make the whole thing feel trite - the child-into-a-man tale that may be... More »
By Jason Gorber   

Busan 2015 Review: ALONE Winds Its Mystery Through The Backstreets Of Seoul

Four years after his experimental 3D shaman mystery Fish, Park Hong-min returns to BIFF with another singular work that offers one of the most compelling examinations of gentrification in Seoul. Alone follows a single character as he hops from one... More »
By Pierce Conran   

Fantastic Fest 2015 Review: DARLING Is Too Shrill To Scare

In the last few years, writer-director-producer Mickey Keating has established himself as a prolific genre filmmaker, and his film Pod was released just a few months ago. Darling, his latest work, is a low-key psychological thriller that draws from a... More »
By Alex Williams   

New York 2015 Review: MIA MADRE Is An Elegant And Deeply Personal Film

Nanni Moretti's latest film, Mia Madre, is elegant, understated, and discreetly moving. A personal, if not autobiographical film, Mia Madre chronicles the slow death of a filmmaker's mother as the director struggles to complete her movie. Moretti experienced the hospitalization... More »
By Teresa Nieman   

Fantastic Fest 2015 Review: BONE TOMAHAWK Is One Of The Most Brutal Westerns Ever Put To Film

It appears safe to say that whatever medium he may be working in, Bone Tomahawk writer-director S Craig Zahler has a tendency to play things hard and dark. As a musician Zahler lives in the heavy and black metal worlds... More »
By Todd Brown   

New York 2015 Review: STEVE JOBS Is A Dud

The first question is: do we really need another Steve Jobs movie? Then, what merits does the life of the billionaire co-founder of Apple have, to prompt three movies (Jobs, Steve Jobs: the Man in the Machine, and now Steve... More »
By Dustin Chang   

JUNE: Now It Is Time To Meet Former Foster Parents The Patels

L Gustavo Cooper's coming of rage flick June will be available on DVD and digital release on Tuesday, October 6th.  Yesterday we meet the Dywers, former foster parents who took June into their home. Today we meet another pair of foster parents,... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Busan 2015 Review: STEEL FLOWER Offers Wilted View Of Korean Youth

A year after Wild Flowers, Park Suk-young returns to the Busan International Film Festival with Steel Flower. Gritty, intimate and centering around a young girl lost in a harsh urban world, Park's latest kicks off on the same foot as... More »
By Pierce Conran   

Busan 2015 Review: REACH FOR THE SKY Goes There And Beyond

The last few BIFFs have each afforded us one great documentary (Non-Fiction Diary, Factory Complex), and 2015 proves to be no exception with the discovery of the timely Reach for the SKY, a compelling look at a common but disastrous... More »
By Pierce Conran   

JUNE: Meet Her Former Foster Parents The Dwyers

L Gustavo Cooper's coming of rage flick June will be available on DVD and digital release on Tuesday, October 6th. Over the next couple of days we will share a couple of interview clips with former foster parent families where June... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Taika Waititi Says It's "Hammer Time," Eyes THOR: RAGNAROK

Yep. You read every single one of those words correctly.New Zealand filmmaker Taika Waititi, the man behind such sweetly awkward, often hilarious movies Eagle vs. Shark, Boy, and the masterful mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows, is, according to... More »
By Ben Umstead   
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