Review: LOCKE, An Ingenious Thriller

British second time director Steven Knight brings an ingenious thriller of 84 minutes in length solely shot in one location; the inside of a car. Its name: Locke. Welsh construction manager Ivan Locke, played by Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight,... More »
  

Blu-ray Review: Bill Forsyth's THAT SINKING FEELING From The BFI

Before creating such classics of modern British Cinema as Gregory's Girl and Local Hero, Glaswegian filmmaker Bill Forsyth's debut feature was the 1979 gem That Sinking Feeling, about a gang of young chancers who look to make a quick buck... More »
  

Poster And Trailer For UK Indie SciFi BEYOND

Due to have its world premiere as part of the SciFi London Festival later this week, the official poster and trailer for Tom Large and Joseph Baker's Beyond has arrived online.For a brief moment in history, the world stood still.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Hey London! Zipangu Fest Returns With FRANK CHICKENS, GOOD WIFE And More!

Arguably the most unique and eclectic of film festivals in the UK to throw its focus on Japanese cinema, Zipangu Fest returns this 1st June, for an evening of weird and wonderful cinematic delights, curated and hosted by acclaimed Japanese... More »
  

Tribeca 2014 Review: Ivan Kavanagh Dumps All of His Fears into THE CANAL

Take one part Lynchian weirdness, one part Polanski paranoia, toss in a hefty dose of J-Horror, mix 'em and cook 'em in a pot like gumbo, as the noted American poet Ice Cube once said, add just a smidgen of... More »
  

Cannes 2014: Competition Titles Announced, Including THE ROVER And MAPS TO THE STARS

In Paris this morning, festival President Gilles Jacob and Director Thierry Fremaux announced the full lineup for next month's Cannes Film Festival. The festival, considered by many to be (if not the most) important and prestigious in the world, will... More »
By Ben Croll   
  

God Feels Nothing For You In The New ROVER Trailer

David Michôd's The Rover starring Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson was just announced as part of the Official Selection for the Cannes Film Festival this morning. And the production company A24 Films released the first full trailer as a follow up. There... More »
  

Irish Comedy THE STAG Retitled THE BACHELOR WEEKEND For US Release. Check Out The New Trailer!

Irish comedy The Stag has been retitled The Bachelor Weekend for release in the US, where it hits iTunes and VOD today from Tribeca Film. We're big, big fans of this one around here and recommend checking it out very... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check The Official Poster For Brian O'Malley's LET US PREY

It was just back on Thursday that we premiered the teaser for Brian O'Malley's Let Us Prey and we've now got the first poster art to share with you as well. Liam Cunningham and Pollyanna McIntosh star in what promises... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Survive The End Of The World In Australian Short SHELTER

The end of the world has arrived in Australian short film Shelter and the big question is what happens next. Tobias Andersson directs from a script by Yolanda Ramke - who also stars alongside Geoff Morrell - and having already... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Sam Fuller's WHITE DOG

One of Hollywood's true maverick filmmakers, Sam Fuller was never a man to shy away from tackling important social and political issues in his films. Famously, he was the first American filmmaker to tackle the Korean War, in The Steel... More »
  

Trailer for CRUEL SUMMER Shows Some Pretty Cruel Teenagers

Teenagers can be quite nasty, especially to those they perceive as weak or whom they think they can attack without fear of retribution. Such is the case in the new film Cruel Summer. Shot in South Wales during the incredible... More »
  

LET US PREY: Check The Pulse Pounding Teaser For New Irish Horror

Well now, you do have to love a teaser that knows how to get in, make an impression, and get out again leaving everybody wanting more, and that's exactly what this exclusive first teaser for Brian O'Malley's Let Us Prey... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: THE RAILWAY MAN, Confused And Emotionless

Japan's involvement and subsequent denial in its atrocities of World War II has always been a difficult point to convey. The Railway Man, which is based on the incredible true account of soldier Eric Lomax, attempts to tell this story... More »
  

Review: CUBAN FURY Shakes Some Good Moves, But Falls A Bit Flat

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... More »
  

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   
  

Chris O'Dowd's MOONE BOY Headed For The Big Screen!

Chris O'Dowd's Moone Boy is the greatest single reason why US residents should subscribe to Hulu. Created by, co-written by, and starring O'Dowd - who also directed the as yet unaired third series - Moone Boy is a quasi autobiographical... 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   
  

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   
  

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 »
  
 
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