THE STAG: Watch A Pair Of Clips From The Hilarious Irish Comedy

John Butler's hilarious Irish comedy The Stag hits UK screens this coming Friday and a pair of clips have just been released for your viewing pleasure. And they are very pleasurable, indeed. Self-confessed metrosexual Fionan (Hugh O'Conor) doesn't want a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Get An EXCLUSIVE First Look At THE BURNING KISS Teaser

The Burning Kiss, a new Aussie feature film, has been described as a 'hallucinogenic summer noir cocktail spiked with surrealism and suspense, which centres on the unexpected arrival of a stranger, who implicates a father and his daughter in an... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

Blu-ray Review: Capt. John Noel's THE EPIC OF EVEREST From The BFI

The ill-fated 1924 attempt to reach the peak of Mount Everest was an incredibly politically charged undertaking, with British authorities desperate to reaffirm the country's superiority as a world force after recent attempts to be the first nation to reach... More »
  

FRANK Trailer: Fans Of Papier-mâché Heads & Art Rock Rejoice

Yep, it's that Sundance flick where Michael Fassbender wears a giant apier-mâché head. And by the looks of its first trailer Irish director Lenny Abrahamson's flick feels down right delightful if you ask me. Our own Jason Gorber reviewed the... More »
  

Watch The Full UK Trailer For Richard Ayoade's THE DOUBLE

We are unabashed fans of UK writer-director-performer Richard Ayoade in these parts, having been won over by his comic performances in Garth Marenghi's Dark Place, The IT Crowd and others back in the days before he shifted his focus to... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Australian Trailer For THESE FINAL HOURS Hits Hard

Oh boy I have goosebumps after watching this trailer, and I have already seen (and reviewed) the movie!The epic crescendo of post-Zimmer music, the flashy editing, the emotions! Luckily none of this detracts from the actual content of the film... More »
  

Review: CUBAN FURY Is Less Than The Sum Of Its Parts

Romantic comedies have hit a bit of a slump in recent years, at least ones from big Hollywood and UK studios. The same patterns, cliched images, characters, and formulas have become predictable and dull. And in many ways, Cuban Fury doesn't... More »
  

Darren Wants To Borrow Damo's Lighter.

Australian animator Michael Cusack delivers a charming (not really) slice of life in his new animated short film Train Station, in which he demonstrates that the people who loiter about train stations are pretty much the same all the world... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: William A. Wellman's WINGS

Dubbed the last great silent film, William A. Wellman's 1927 action-packed epic is a simple story of friendship, love and rivalry set against the colossal backdrop of the First World War. Featuring some of the most incredible aerial battles ever... More »
  

Review: A FIELD IN ENGLAND, A Terrifying Headtrip Into The British Countryside

Bold, beautiful and utterly bonkers, Ben Wheatley's A Field in England is a mind-bending monochrome masterpiece likely to alienate as many as it seduces with its surreal visuals and delightfully deranged performances. As a fan of director Ben Wheatley since... More »
  

SXSW 2014: Watch THE INFINITE MAN Trailer, Aussie Time Travel Rom-Com

The Australian time travel rom-com The Infinite Man will have its World Premiere at SXSW next month in Austin, Texas. It marks the feature film debut of Hugh Sullivan, who also wrote the flick. The film was produced by Kate Croser,... More »
  

Nick Frost And Chris O'Dowd Face Off In Second CUBAN FURY Trailer

Nick Frost and Chris O'Dowd will face off on UK dance floors with the February 14th release of salsa themed romantic comedy Cuban Fury. Yes, Frost dances. More than that, he's trained to do so by a badass former champion... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

UNDER THE SKIN Red Band Trailer Will Do Just That

Like the previous clips and teasers, the latest bit of image for Jonathan Glazer's film adap of the Michel Faber book is short and strange, only this time its got a barrage of pull quotes from critics. And according to... More »
  

Super Furry Animals Founder Gruff Rhys Travels To The AMERICAN INTERIOR

Though best known as a musician, Super Furry Animals founder Gruff Rhys is turning out to be rather an interesting filmmaker as well. With his debut feature Separado! Rhys tracked the path of a distant relative into South America and... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

David Michôd's THE ROVER: Pearce And Pattinson Stumble Through The Wasteland In First Teaser

Australia's David Michôd burst onto the international scene with his hugely acclaimed - and deservedly so - debut Animal Kingdom. An intense slice of urban crime, Animal Kingdom won Michôd comparisons to a young Martin Scorsese while in the process... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE FIRST WAVE Is Just The Beginning. Watch David Freyne's Short Film Now.

Director David Freyne has seen the future and it's not friendly. No, the Irish director has released his short film The First Wave online and the film, which serves as a precursor to a proposed feature, posits a gritty and... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Andrew Bujalski's COMPUTER CHESS

Last year the Masters of Cinema series made a somewhat controversial move when they announced that a pair of contemporary films from two up-and-coming independent American filmmakers were being added to the collection. Antonio Campos' Simon Killer and Andrew Bujalski's... More »
  

Watch An Exclusive Clip From UK Supernatural Thriller ARMISTICE!

Luke Massey's supernatural thriller Armistice is already out on VOD and will start a theatrical run on January 31st. Xlrator Media is releasing the film through their horror label Macabre. We have been given an exclusive clip to share with... More »
  

New Trailer & Image for Hammer's Second Feature THE QUIET ONES

The British more or less invented images of gothic horror, haunted buildings and creepy possessed children. Add in some American-style found footage and a retro setting, and you've got the revamped Hammer Films' second feature, The Quiet Ones. Directed by... More »
  

THE BABADOOK: Story Time Turns To Terror In Brilliant First Trailer For Sundance Selected Horror

Wow. Just wow. The first trailer for Jennifer Kent's Sundance selected horror film The Babadook has arrived online and in a lineup jammed with high profile familiar faces it appears that Kent may very well be the dark horse that... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
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