Morelia 2014: Film Awards Go To CARMÍN TROPICAL, GÜEROS, MATRIA, And More

While Morelia will continue to have normal activities during the weekend, the closing ceremony was already celebrated yesterday (Friday, October 24). Rigoberto Perezcano's Carmín Tropical was the film that took home the top award, by winning best Mexican feature. Carmín Tropical... More »
  

TORRENTE 5: Wheelchair Bound Alec Baldwin Rolls Through The Trailer For Spanish Comedy

Santiago Segura's enormously popular alter ego Torrente is currently tearing up the Spanish box office in Torrente 5: Operacion Eurovegas and he's bringing a surprising familiar face along with him: Yep, that's Alec Baldwin in a villain role occupying a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

DVD Review: SOULMATE Offers Plenty Of Creepy Atmosphere

Axelle Carolyn's Soulmate is the kind of film that will inspire all sorts of reviews based upon a critics particular dispensation. Not scary enough to be a thriller, not bloody enough for gorehounds, and not paced quickly enough for those... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Watch The Red Band NIGHTCRAWLER Trailer

Much loved in these parts, a new red band trailer has arrived for Jake Gyllenhaal star vehicle Nightcrawler. Due for release October 31st, here's how the Toronto International Film Festival pitched the directorial debut from writer Dan Gilroy.When dusk falls... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This: ACTRESS, One Woman's Performance Off Screen... On Screen

Robert Greene is one of those filmmakers who may seem to the casual viewer to dabble in different parts of the making of a film. To others he's one of those cinematic polyglot types. The editor of Alex Ross Perry's... More »
  

Morelia 2014 Interview: WHITE GOD Director Kornél Mundruczó

On Thursday, October 23, Morelia hosted the Mexican premiere of the Cannes selection White God, a terrific Hungarian film about a little girl and her lost dog Hagen. Directed by Kornél Mundruczó, White God shows the rotten side of humanity, with... More »
  

PK: Watch Aamir Khan's Wide-Eyed Wonder In First Trailer

In 2009, director Rajkumar Hirani and actor Aamir Khan made a film that rewrote the box office record books. 3 Idiots was a universally acclaimed comedy placing the 40-something Khan as a mercurial spectre of three friends' college past. In the... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Interview: Alex Ross Perry & Jason Schwartzman Talk LISTEN UP PHILIP And The Paradox Of Success

Alex Ross Perry makes no attempt to mask that the Philip of his new film Listen Up Philip, played to perfection by Jason Schwartzman, at least partly takes his inspiration from the daunted body of work of author, Philip Roth.... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

Hey, Canada! Tickets For The Innoversity Creative Summit Are One Sale Now!

Okay, would-be film and television creators in Canada (and likely some who are already film and television creators who would just like to learn a thing or two), pencil October 28th and 29th into your calendar. Those are the dates... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Get A Taste Of Can Evrenol's BASKIN With These Storyboard Images

It was just yesterday that we learned Turkish director Can Evrenolwas moving ahead with a feature length expansion of his acclaimed horror short Baskin and today we have a bit of a taste of what's in store with a gallery... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

The Many Faces Of Keanu Reeves

Whoa! John Wick is hitting its theatrical release this week, and as Peter Martin says in his review (click), it's surprisingly good by virtue of not being bad. Part of the film's success is due to the starring role of... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Review: HAPPY NEW YEAR, Quick-Witted Candyfloss For The Spectacle Inclined

Say what you want about Farah Khan, the woman knows what it takes to make a good looking movie.The director of Happy New Year appears to have gotten her groove back after the disastrous multi-million dollar escapade that was Tees... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Review: STONEHEARST ASYLUM Offers Pleasant Darkness But Little Else

Despite a cast that includes Ben Kingsley, Michael Caine, and Kate Beckinsale, and a noteworthy director in Brad Anderson, Stonehearst Asylum feels like a high-class 1970s TV movie. Anderson remains in my mind as a director of independent genre movies... More »
  

Review: OUIJA Fails To Go Bump In The Dark

I'm sure I speak along with the rest of the world when I proclaim, "Oh good, another movie based on a board game." But then again, has an Ouija board ever really been considered merely a board game? For years,... More »
By Jim Tudor   
  

Opening: WHITE BIRD IN A BLIZZARD, Recurring Dreams And Shaky Memories

Gregg Araki's latest offering, White Bird In A Blizzard, is set during the time period when Araki first began making films (1988-1991). Because of this, the sets and costumes are rendered with a loving nostalgia that never feels overly novel.... More »
  

Hey, Canada! Win One Of Two iTunes Codes To Watch VHS VIRAL!

Hey, Canada! The third installment in the popular first person horror franchise, VHS Viral is available now on iTunes and VOD from MO Pictures and they want you to see it! We've got a pair of iTunes codes for lucky... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch This Exclusive Clip From US Indie DESERT CATHEDRAL

Making its international debut at Poland's American Film Fest, Travis Gutiérrez Senger's debut thriller Desert Cathedral has all the signs of a rather interesting American indie. We've got an exclusive clip from the film for you to check out below... More »
  

First Teaser Trailer For INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3 Suggests Sequel Scares

The first teaser trailer for horror movie Insidious: Chapter 3 paints a familiar prequel picture. Dermot Mulroney stars as a paternal figure with a lovely teenage daughter (Stefanie Scott). They've recently moved to Chicago, next door to a family with a... More »
  

Morelia 2014 Review: MATRIA, A Documentary That Offers Little Beyond The Anecdote

It's not strange that if a documentary begins as a very personal journey, the audience wonders why they should care for it. I wondered that myself while watching Matria, a doc in which its director Fernando Llanos is trying to... More »
  

Review: KUNG FU JUNGLE Sees Donnie Yen Pay His Respects Then Kick Some Ass

Donnie Yen plays a convicted murderer sprung from jail to help track down a serial killer targeting martial arts masters in Teddy Chen's appreciably nostalgic action thriller. While Yen wisely gifts the lion's share of the fighting to opposite number... More »
  
 
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