Crowdfund This! David Baddiel And Erran Baron Cohen Bringing THE INFIDEL To The Stage!

Singing! Dancing! Jihad! 2010 comedy The Infidel proved a hit on screens across Europe and now original writer David Baddiel has teamed up with Erran Baron Cohen - yes, the musically inclined brother of Sacha - to bring the story... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The First Ten Minutes Of STAGE FRIGHT

Stage Fright, the debut feature from Canadian filmmaker Jerome Sable is now available on iTunes and On Demand in the US and will open in cinemas on May 9. If you still need convincing that you must see this musical horror... More »
  

Slick Trailers For Turkish Hitman Film PANZEHIR (ANTIDOTE)

Though Turkish cinema is perhaps best known abroad for their arthouse dramas while local audiences tend to flock to broad comedies there's a long history of action cinema from Turkey as well, a history that has perhaps bubbled beneath the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Trailer For Malaysian Found Footage Horror IA WUJUD Promises Scares

Yes, I know. The found footage thing is played out. People have been saying so pretty much from the moment that Blair Witch hit the screen. And yet they keep getting made and while the hit rate isn't great the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Get Ready For German Fight Club With Ultra Stylish Trailer For STEREO

Is director Maximilian Erlenwein aiming for a career as the German David Fincher? Dark moody visuals, a throbbing soundtrack, cold and clinical violence ... yep, his upcoming Stereo has more than a few points of contact with Fincher's signature style.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch Australian Animated Short GOOD GRIEF

Addressing grief and loss in a format that will call to mind Aardman's Creature Comforts, director Fiona Dalwood and producer Jonno Katz have released their acclaimed stop motion animated short film Good Grief online. Good Grief is a short stop... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check Out The Stunning U.S. Trailer For IDA

One of the most highly anticipated Polish films of 2013, Pawel Pawlikowski's Ida has enjoyed a triumphant run on the international festival circuit, gaining massive critical acclaim almost everywhere where it's screened. The powerful and beautifully lensed picture has also... More »
  

GAKKO NO KAIDAN: NOROI NO KOTODAMA Trailer: The Return Of A 90's Horror Franchise

If you're familiar with Haunted School (Gakkō no Kaidan), the successful Japanese horror film series from the 90's, then you probably know what to expect from the upcoming Gakkō no Kaidan: Noroi no Kotodama. But what you may not know is... More »
  

Francis Ng Has A Scam With A Van In The TWO THUMBS UP Teaser

Produced by Soi Cheang (Motorway, The Monkey King) and directed by Lau Ho Leung, writer of numerous Hong Kong movies including Painted Skin and The Great Magician, Two Thumbs Up is an action comedy starring Francis Ng and Simon Yam... More »
  

New Teaser For Oshii's PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION

As the marketing campaign for Oshii Mamoru's live action update to his popular Patlabor series, now is the time where - if this were a conventional giant robot film - we'd be breaking out the big time giant robot action.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SHAUN THE SHEEP THE MOVIE: Check Out The First Teaser!

Aardman Animation's ambitious little sheep is coming to the big screen! Yup, after first appearing as a secondary character in Nick Park's hugely popular Wallace And Gromit short films Shaun has arguably gone on to become even more popular than... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Donnie Yen Freezes No More And Finally Cometh In Hong Kong Trailer For ICEMAN 3D

Production problems over the high cost budget and shooting complication has stalled Law Wing Cheong's period/modern actioner Iceman 3D for a long while but after overcoming this temporary setback, the remake to Clarence Fok's Iceman Cometh is finally ready to... More »
By Al Young   
  

Warsaw Spring Film Festival Lineup Includes IDA, A TOUCH OF SIN, THE PAST, VENUS IN FUR, And More

The 20th annual Spring Film Festival (Wiosna Filmow) kicks off in Warsaw this Sunday and runs through April 13th. It's definitely one of the most interesting cultural events that the capital of Poland has to offer during springtime, and a... More »
  

Black Fawn Distribution Brings The Boogie And Blood Of DISCOPATH On DVD

If you are like me and sometimes lament that slasher films are not funky enough, or do not bring the boogie, then lament no more. Black Fawn Distro is bringing disco back to Canada. They will be releasing Renaud Gauthier's... More »
  

There Is Plenty Of Glacial Gore In New Trailer For BLOOD GLACIER

Marvin Kren's creature feature Blood Glacier, formerly The Station, will slide into select cinemas and will also be available on VOD May 2nd, via IFC Midnight. There is a new trailer to share with you. In it you will find... More »
  

Review: THE UNKNOWN KNOWN Gives A Frustratingly Accurate Portrait Of Our Image Of Donald Rumsfeld

A snow globe shaking back and forth, little white flecks - snowflakes - swirl and obfuscate whatever is in the globe. Oh my, what a loaded image. It is one of the chief ones Errol Morris employs in The Unknown... More »
  

Review: ALAN PARTRIDGE Keeps The Stakes Low And The Comedy Hilarious

The highly anticipated big screen debut of Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge arrives in Alan Partridge a blissfully straightforward and outrageously hilarious comedy that finds the titular character caught up in a hostage situation at the local radio station in Norfolk... More »
  

Review: UNDER THE SKIN Burns Brilliantly, Bafflingly, Bleakly

A long shot of a man waiting for a bus on a cool, foggy morning. The road winds through a valley where the stop and bench are at the bottom, and snakes up the other side. A woman walks into... More »
  

Watch High School Girls Kick More Ass In This New Look At HIGH KICK ANGELS

Our first preview of the action movie High Kick Angels arrived last week in a promo video, but it was mostly a mashed-up video of fight scenes from other films, revealing only a few shot of actual footage and some... More »
By Al Young   
  

Scarlett Johansson Faces Off With Choi Min-sik In First Trailer For Besson's LUCY

Luc Besson likes nothing better than making things go bang and he's back to his old tricks, taking the director's chair to oversee a high profile international cast for the upcoming Lucy. Scarlett Johansson plays the title character, a young... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
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