VIGILANTE DIARIES: Anchor Bay Announces Theatrical, Digital And Home Video Dates

Anchor Bay Entertainment will be releasing Christian Sesma's action flick Vigilante Diaries in cinemas and iTunes on June 24th. The release will be quickly followed up by the Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand release on July 5th. Based off the... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Seattle 2016 Preview: Twitch Picks 10 From A Mighty Program

Seattleites are blessed with one of the world's largest and best attended film festivals and it's time to turn our attention to the PacNW. Yes it's SIFF time again and although the festival officially kicked off last Thursday, don't you... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   
  

Refn Completes Horror Remake Trilogy With Giallo Film WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO SOLANGE?

With the confirmation of Maniac Cop moving forward and the addition of Witchfinder General Danish filmmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn has added the final piece to a trio of horror film remakes.   Deadline reports that Refn has added the 1972... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Out Now On Blu-ray: A LETTER TO MOMO Looks Neat And Crisp

To say that we're fans of Okiura Hiroyuki is an understatement, to say we wish he'd make more films even more so. While his hands have been all over some of anime's best known classics, and his career includes working... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Review: Pawan Kumar's U TURN Will Keep You Guessing Until The Last Minute

Indian director Pawan Kumar is one of the most interesting and uncomprimising talents in South Asia today. His last film, Lucia, was the first crowd funded feature to appear from India and its trippy story about the effects of a... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Cannes 2016 Review: GRADUATION Fails To Engage

Cristian Mungiu's film Four Months, Three Weeks, 2 Days heralded the Romanian New Wave when it won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 2007. His other features have since played at the festival, and his latest, Graduation, is in competition,... More »
  

Pretty Packaging: A LETTER TO MOMO Dresses Modest But Nice

Okiura Hiroyuki's A Letter To Momo is a fine piece of anime, released in 2012 in its home country of Japan, and the Sitges festival had it even earlier. But despite critical and general acclaim, it had so far not... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

MOTTA SIVA KETTA SIVA Has The Explodiest Motion Poster You've Ever Seen

I don't have a lot to say about this. Motta Siva Ketta Siva is a Tamil language remake of Telugu film Pataas, which I've never seen. The new film stars Raghava Lawrence, one of my favorite underdog performers in Tamil... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Hey Australia! Win MURDER: THE COMPLETE SERIES On DVD!

To celebrate the Australian release of BBC’s BAFTA-winning series, Murder: The Complete Series on home video, RLJ Entertainment is giving local readers the chance to win one of FIVE copies of the series on DVD!   Here’s a description of... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

PLASTICO: Watch The Hypnotic Trailer For Ricardo Soto's Dark Drama

Clocking in at just 62 minutes Ricardo Soto's Plastico is one of those in-between films that often struggle to find a home as it's not quite long enough to be considered a true feature while being far too long to... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE RED TURTLE: Watch The First Trailer For The Ghibli Produced Animated Film

Fresh from its premiere in Cannes - you can read Ryland Aldrich's review of the film here - the first trailer for Dudok de Wit's The Red Turtle has arrived online and it's not hard at all to see why... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: Punk Is Alive In THE DAMNED: DON'T YOU WISH THAT WE WERE DEAD

Near the ending of Wes Orshoski’s new documentary The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead, guitarist and former bassist Captain Sensible - the wildest/funniest founding member of punk pioneers The Damned -, says that in the late seventies,... More »
  

The Many Faces Of Kim Basinger

This week sees the wide release of Shane Black's The Nice Guys, and as Jason Gorber says in his review it stars a great Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. But in a supporting role, it also stars Kim Basinger! Now... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Cannes 2016 Review: THE NEON DEMON, A Dark, Seductive Symphony

If beauty is fleeting, is there anything more precious than protecting it while it lasts? If all you have going for yourself is the outer shell, to what lengths would you go to in order to keep your specialness? Does... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

Cannes 2016 Review: THE RED TURTLE Sublimely Tugs Our Strings

Human emotions can be fragile, unpredictable things. However, they can sometimes also be pretty damned predictable. Show someone a kitten and they'll feel an emotional pang. Show a human going through the stages of life from youth to life's logical... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   
  

Exclusive Clip: THE ONES BELOW - Watch The Baby And I'll Watch You

Never has breastfeeding looked so sinister. In our exclusive clip from The Ones Below, exhausted new mother Clémence Poésy asks her downstairs neighbor Laura Birn to watch her infant son. But it turns out that the new mother is more... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Review: A BIGGER SPLASH Makes A Brazen Dive

"...We got a little lost." Yes, I'll say you did. The former pronouncement comes as two of the four main characters of A Bigger Splash arrive hours late to dinner after an, ahem, exploratory dalliance amid the exotic nearby landscape.... More »
By Jim Tudor   
  

Is This PRAY FOR DEATH/RAGE OF HONOR Giveaway The Baddest? Sho 'Nuff!

TwitchFilm and Arrow Video USA are teaming up for a few very awesome Blu-ray giveaways over the next week and we're happy to start this off with a pair of Sho Kosugi classics, Pray for Death and Rage of Honor.... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

DON'T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT 2: This Clip Strikes While The Iron Is Hot

Legless Corpse Films will release Anthony Brownrigg's Don't Look In The Basement 2 on a 2 disc special edition Blu-Ray and regular edition DVD on May 24th. We have a searing hot clip to share with you to give you... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Review: KAILI BLUES, The Most Impressive Debut In Years

A country doctor's search for his nephew becomes an unforgettable existential road trip in Kaili Blues, directed by a 26-year old Chinese filmmaker, Bi Gan. It's an ambitious, mesmerizing film that you'd never think it is the work of a first... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  
 
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