Opening: THE ONE I LOVE Offers Smart, Very Funny Couples Therapy

"I doubt I will laugh out loud more at a film this year," wrote our own Kurt Halfyard after seeing The One I Love at Fantasia a few weeks ago. Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss star in a new film... More »
  

Check Out This Sweet Poster For LOST SOUL - THE DOOMED JOURNEY OF RICHARD STANLEY¹S ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU

Check out this sweet poster for the upcoming documentary Lost Soul - The Doomed Journey Of Richard Stanley's Island Of Dr. Moreau! Designed by nasties artist Graham Humphreys. Humphreys popped up the other day when we share the posters he... More »
  

Review: ARE YOU HERE, Still A Work In Progress For Matthew Weiner

As a huge fan of Matthew Weiner's Mad Men, I've been eagerly anticipating his feature film debut, and so was disappointed to hear about the negative critical reaction to You Are Here when it debuted at the Toronto film festival... More »
  

Review: THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING, It's Not Real Until You Try It On Yourself

Michael King does not believe in God. Michael King does not believe in the Devil. Michael has taken it upon himself to prove that any spiritualism is wrong and when he does that, humanity can move on with their lives... More »
  

Review: LOVE IS STRANGE, A Modest And Delicate Tale

Before watching the latest movie by writer/director Ira Sachs, I realized that I'd never seen any of his previous work. After watching Love Is Strange, however, I resolved to see everything he's ever made. My initial impression was that Love... More »
  

Review: TO BE TAKEI Is Okay, By George

George Takei (pronounced Tak-AY, not Tak-EYE or Tak-EEE - and don't you forget it!) has a speech he often gives. It's a formal speech about the persecution his family experienced in a Japanese internment camp during World War II, that briefly... More »
By Jim Tudor   
  

Exclusive Stills From Nick Cave Documentary 20 000 DAYS ON EARTH

A strange and beautiful beast of a film, I had the chance to catch Ian Forsyth and Jane Pollard's 20 000 Days On Earth while attending the Durban International Film Festival in South Africa last month. The one non-African viewing I... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Exclusive Interview: Twitch Talks THE F WORD/WHAT IF With Michael Dowse

When I called Michael Dowse for our interview, I tried hard not to sound like a crazy person. I admit that I've been a bit vocal about his films on Twitter, and believe (without any sarcasm or irony) that... More »
  

THE DROP: New Clips And Images Reinforce A Tough Guy Tone

The eagerly-awaited new feature from Bullhead director Michael R. Roskam, The Drop will open in U.S. theaters on September 12. According to the official synopsis...The Drop follows lonely bartender Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) through a covert scheme of funneling cash to... More »
  

Canadian Cult Horror Flick THE EDITOR To Open Mayhem Film Festival

The Editor UK Domination Tour, with members of Astron-6 in attendance, will continue this Fall with a stopover at the Mayhem Film Festival in Nottingham, England. This will be the second festival stopover for their film on the island nation.... More »
  

Watch An Exclusive Red Band Clip From Techno Thriller CAM2CAM

You never really know who may be on the other side of that email address or social media account and you certainly never know what they really want from you. That simple premise forms the basis of indie thriller CAM2CAM... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Giveaway: Possess Your Own DVD Of THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING

Wasting no time after its theatrical release this coming Friday, August 22, Anchor Bay Films is releasing David Jung's The Possession of Michael King on VOD, iTunes and on Bluray and DVD on Tuesday, August 26. We are going to set... More »
  

Johnny Depp Joins Kevin Smith's YOGA HOSERS

Johnny Depp is teaming with Kevin Smith? Yup. Smith had this to say about Yoga Hosers in July: "There are two characters in a convenience store in Tusk that you see for five minutes, very much Ronsencrantz and Guildenstern. I've... More »
  

TAKE ME TO THE RIVER: Trailer For Memphis Music Doc

The documentary Take Me To The River opens nationwide on September 12. Martin Shore's film celebrates the history of incredible Memphis music, following the creative process of multiple generations of musicians as they come together to create a historic new... More »
  

Review: MISSION BLUE, A Reflection On A Single Life As A Stand-In For All Life

I am never one to say no to beautifully lit underwater photography, either in grainy 16 mm or pristine HD.  Here there is plenty, but the most compelling image in activist/biopic documentary, Mission Blue, is that of a lone plastic... More »
  

New Trailer For Nacho Vigalondo's OPEN WINDOWS Thrills And Disturbs

Nacho Vigalondo's ingenious and manic third feature Open Windows has been making the festival rounds this season, and is due for release in the US (October 2 on VOD, November 7 theatrically) and the UK on October 17. The first... More »
  

Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks TMNT, THE GIVER, EXPENDABLES 3 And More!

Loads of end-of-season flicks to talk about, including the truly egregious TMNT, the barely-better-than-the-last-one Expendables 3, YA dystopian romp The Giver, and a brief shout-out to Frank and Calvary.Video embedded below... More »
  

Image Entertainment Wants To Visit THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT

Image Entertainment has taken the North American rights for the upcoming horror flick The Houses October Built. The film is the debut feature from Bobby Roe. He also stars in his own flick along with Brandy Schaefer, Zack Andrews, Mikey Roe... More »
  

THE EDITOR: New Poster May Be NSFW, But It's Darn Pretty

The Editor, by members of famed group Astron-6, and the final entry announced for this year's Midnight Madness program at the Toronto International Film Festival, has a pretty new poster! This new poster was illustrated by London, UK based artist... More »
  

The Creator Of Indie Scifi Hit INK Returns With THE FRAME

Denver based writer-director Jamin Winans created quite the stir with his 2009 indie scifi effort Ink. Winans' debut film had ambitions worlds beyond its budget and talent to match, winning love around the world thanks to its impressive visual style... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
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