Stanley Film Festival 2015 Interview: The Ladies of SUN CHOKE On The Dark Side Of Humanity

Sun Choke is an odd film. It holds many secrets and doors, both closed and open. It's a film that may reveal more of itself with multiple screenings over time, but it's a mysterious lady that doesn't like talking much.... More »
  

Stanley Film Festival 2015 Interview: COOTIES Stars On Bringing The Horror of The '80s Back

From many people who attended the Stanley Film Festival this past weekend, I heard that Cooties was a stand-out among the features. I spoke to writer and actor Leigh Whannell, actor and producer Elijah Wood, and actor Alison Pill on tainted chicken nuggets,... More »
  

Review: SKIN TRADE Trades On Ensemble Face-Kicking

Thirty years after its explosive heyday, Dolph Lundgren is here to show us how little action movies and muscle-led cinema have evolved. And yet, we're meant to think that they have. In 1985, Rambo won the Vietnam War. It was a... More »
By Jim Tudor   
  

THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3 Trailer Assembles A Cast Of Hundreds

Tom Six's The Human Centipede is the cult horror franchise that just keeps giving. And giving. And giving. And with the third - and final - installment now nearing release the first trailer for the general madness has arrived.Eric Roberts,... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Stanley Film Festival 2015 Interview: The Minds Behind SpectreVision

[photo by Jessica Barnthouse/Wicked Bird Media]Winners of the Stanley Film Festival's 2014 Visionary Award, production company SpectreVision blazed back into Estes Park, CO, to present a new cut of their feral child horror-comedy, Cooties. (The film originally debuted at Sundance 2014.... More »
  

Get In Depth With Your Your Favorite Fighters With Mike Fury's LIFE OF ACTION

The world of action cinema is a very particular place, a largely hidden world populated by scores of hard working, highly skilled men and women whose names most will never know pushing their bodies to extremes in the name of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Take A First Look At Bill Oberst Jr In Indie Horror HEIR

Bill Oberst Jr and Robert Nolan lead the cast of Heir, an upcoming short film from writer-director Richard Powell and the team behind Worm, Familiar, Remote and The Last Halloween. After connecting with a stranger of similar interests online, Gordon... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE LOBSTER: First Posters From Lanthimos' Latest

Dogtooth director Yorgos Lanthimos heads to Cannes with his English language debut, The Lobster, and the first posters have arrived online in advance of the big fest.THE LOBSTER is the highly anticipated English language debut of internationally acclaimed Greek director... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This! NORTHWEST PASSAGE Chronicles A Life Lived In The Real Life Twin Peaks

Long considered one of the greatest shows ever to grace television, David Lynch's Twin Peaks is often approached and understood in a sort of bubble, a vacuum. Which is appropriate, on a certain level, given that it was totally unlike... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Hey, Toronto! Win Tickets To See Aaron Moorhead And Justin Benson's SPRING With Moorhead And Benson Live In Person!

Okay, Toronto, if you missed catching Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson's Spring when it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, here's your chance to make amends. As announced earlier today, Spring has been included as part of the current... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Stanley Film Festival 2015 Interview: Directors Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion Talk COOTIES

[Cooties directors Jonathan Milott, left, and Cary Murnion, right. Photo by Jessica Bartnhouse/Wicked Bird Media.]Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion have gone from sentient boobs to creating a good horror comedy to zombie children. Next, they'll terrorize Jane Levy on set this... More »
  

Review: APPARITION, An Angry Ride Leads To Ghostly, Everlasting Loss

Truthfully, I was never scared by anything that happens in Apparition, a film by Quinn Saunders that is now hitting home video. But I was unsettled, at times, and disquieted, occasionally, by the atmosphere of a big empty house and... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

PATCH TOWN: Things Get Very Weird In This Exclusive Alternate Trailer

Craig Goodwill's Patch Town is one seriously strange film - a dystopic musical set in a world where Certain Copyrighted Dolls Popular In the 1980s (tm) have grown up, stopped being cute, and are put to work in the factory... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

MY SHADOW MOCKS ME: Watch Jack McGinity's Eerie Short Film Now

A little boy and a dog. It's the stuff of sweetness and light except when it's not, and it's very, very much not in Jack McGinity's quietly unsettling short film My Shadow Mocks Me. A selection of the Dead By... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SAUNA Helmer AJ Annila Makes His English Debut With EVERY GOOD BOY DOES FINE

We have been fans and supporters of Finnish helmer AJ Annila (Jade Warrior, Sauna) in these pages for a great many years now and it would appear that the long wait for his (surprisingly difficult) third film may now be... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SKIN TRADE: Win Tickets To The LA Premiere With Jaa And Lundgren In Attendence!

In LA and harboring a deep, deep love for Tony Jaa and Dolph Lundgren? Well, then, do we have just the thing to make your day: Jaa and Lundgren's team up effort Skin Trade will be having its LA premiere... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SOME KIND OF HATE: Image Entertainment Picks Up Supernatural Slasher

Image Entertainment has picked up the North American rights for  Adam Egypt Mortimer's supernatural slasher flick Some Kind of Hate. The flick had its world premiere at the Stanley Film Festival this past weekend. Some Kind of Hate stars Ronen Rubenstein (It Felt... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

JOHN WICK 2: Reeves And Original Directors Confirmed For Sequel

According to the report over at The Wrap, Lionsgate confirmed today that John Wick star Keanu Reeves, and the original directors David Leitch and Chad Stahelski and screenwriter Derek Kolstad, will all return to make John Wick 2. "With such tremendous... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Stanley Film Fest 2015 Review: COOTIES Is Icky, Side-Splitting Fun

After a taxing day of travel, my fellow festival brethen and I were already exhausted, but looking for some big flick fun. The Stanley's opening night film, Cooties sold out. Thankfully, there was a press screening and the opening night... More »
  

Review: A FOOL, A Stark Reminder That In China Nice Guys Finish Last

Based on Hu Xuewen's novel Running Moonlight, actor Chen Jianbin's directorial debut is a harsh reminder of humanity's predatory nature, as an honest farmer's efforts to help a young homeless man set of a chain of calamitous events.Chen Jianbin was... More »
By James Marsh   
  
  Next »
Page 3 of 125