Tribeca 2014 Review: TIME IS ILLMATIC, An Illuminating Look Back at the Creation of a Hip-Hop Classic

This year's Tribeca Film Festival got off to a rousing start with the screening (and accompanying concert by its subject) of Time is Illmatic, a documentary by multimedia artist One9 about the making of Nas' immensely influential 1994 debut album... More »
  

Here's Your First Look At Michael Ironside In TURBO KID

Does Michal Ironside look like he had a heck of a good time on the set of Turbo Kid? Why yes. Yes he does. Ironside concluded filming his role as Zeus, the sadistic and self-proclaimed leader of the devastated world created... More »
  

KANE: Canada's Unstable Ground Options Douglas Borton's Horror Novel

Heh. I was just with these two fine people last night sharing a pre-screening drink. I caught wind of something in the conversations around the table last night, and here we are this morning announcing that Canadian production outfit Unstable... More »
  

Not for Those with Murophobia: Teasers for Guillermo del Toro's THE STRAIN

Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's brilliant vampire book The Strain will be coming to television via FX this summer. A new short teaser was just released, showing the impending, dooming darkness about to befall New York City and the world. I'm... More »
  

Review: SOFT IN THE HEAD, A Drama That Hits Hard, Harder, Hardest

Filmmaker Nathan Silver's cinema is a cinema of people. Hard and foul and furious and loveable and resilient people.Now I know that may seem like a rather odd statement to make, when, after all cinema is full of people. But... More »
  

Eli Roth's Cannibal Horror THE GREEN INFERNO Gets A Chilling New Teaser!

Eli Roth's latest offering of globe-trotting terror takes us deep into the Peruvian rain forests, where a group of good-time-lovin' student activists soon find themselves abandoned and at the mercy of a savage, flesh-craving tribe of indigenous cannibals. Roth again joins... More »
  

Tribeca 2014: Twitch Raises The Curtain With 17 Must-Sees

Spring has most certainly arrived in The Big Apple (finally), which means so has the Tribeca Film Festival. Now in its 13th year, the fest kicks off tonight with Time Is Illmatic, multimedia artist One9's documentary on Nas' landmark album... More »
  

Imagine 2014 Review: THE CREEP BEHIND THE CAMERA Is A Cute And Clever Hybrid

(When Charles Manson met the Carpet-Bag-Monster...) Is it a drama? Is it a comedy? Is it a documentary? It's... The Creep Behind the Camera! One of the World Premieres at this year's Imagine Film Festival Amsterdam, The Creep Behind the... More »
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DVD Review: Don't Send Your Kids To CAMP DREAD

Eric Roberts plays Julian Barrett, director of a fictional 80s horror trilogy "Summer Camp". Barrett is hoping to reignite his career by rebooting the franchise as a reality television show. He auditions at-risk young adults, who, for various reasons, are... More »
  

Crowdfund This! Nathan Silver's Black Comedy STINKING HEAVEN

We've no doubt covered a lot of ground when sharing the good word on film projects that need a little love, but I don't think we've yet to spotlight a project quite like Nathan Silver's Stinking Heaven. The logline for... More »
  

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 »
  

Werner Herzog's 5th Rogue Film School to Land This Summer in LA

If there is list of filmmakers out there with plenty to teach about the art of cinema, Werner Herzog would have to be towards the top. Lucky for aspiring directors, he is doing just that. Werner Herzog has announced... More »
  

It's A Mud Slinging Prison Brawl In A New Clip From THE RAID 2

One more sleep! One more sleep! One more sleep until The Raid 2 opens wider across the U.S. and finally here in Canada! We do not know if anything is going to tide you over until then, but maybe, just maybe,... More »
  

First Time Fest 2014: Awards and Festival Reflections

First Time Fest, a film festival that celebrates and supports first time filmmakers, wrapped up its second edition on April 7 with a closing night awards ceremony held at 42West nightclub. During the festival, besides Josephine Decker's psychological horror film... More »
  

Check Out The Teaser Poster & 3 New Stills For THE DROWNSMAN

Check out this crazy good teaser poster for Chad Archibald's upcoming horror flick The Drownsman! That is fantastic and creepy stuff. We also have three new stills from the film to share with you as well. You will find those... More »
  

Tribeca 2014: Watch The Trailer For The Greatest (And Only) INTRAMURAL Sports Story.

Ah, intramural sports. Where even the doughiest of students can participate in not-quite-world-calls athletics and live the dream of being Lebron, Crosby or Manning. Andrew Disney's sports comedy Intramural will have its world premiere at Tribeca and we have a... More »
  

Watch This First 'Clip' From GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

MTV has just released a 'clip' from James Gunn's upcoming space adventure, Guardians of the Galaxy. In this 'clip' we find Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), aka. Star Lord, in some temple doing an 'Indy' with an orb when he is caught... More »
  

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 »
  

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 »
  

First Time Fest 2014 Review: BUTTER ON THE LATCH, A Fascinating, Elliptical Psychological Horror Tale

First Time Fest, beyond all its star-studded packaging, is at its core about showcasing new filmmaking talent, and perhaps the most fascinating and fully-formed talent featured this year is director, actress, and performance artist Josephine Decker, who now has two... More »
  
 
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