A new official trailer has been released for the upcoming action flick Hardcore Henry, which has the distinction of being presented entirely from a first person point of view, making it the first (but certainly not the last) of its kind. Directed
Deadpool announces itself as a different breed of comic book movie from the opening credits, which forego actor names for monikers like “A British Villain” and “A Hot Chick.” The irreverence overload is completed with still frames and slow motion of a graphic action sequence as “Angel of the Morning” blares on the soundtrack. The jarring introduction is good for a chuckle, but the R-rated, one-joke irony, all with the same tone, is annoyingly stretched throughout the entire film. The writers (Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick) are credited as “The Real Heroes Here,” which may be the ultimate absurdity.
Epic Pictures Group has released a new trailer for the upcoming horror film Nina Forever, which revolves around an ex-girlfriend returning from the dead to ruin a young man’s new relationship- a concept we’ve seen quite a bit of over the last couple
SXSW 2016 is nearly upon us and the final slate of films programs have been announced today, including the Midnighters, Festival Favorites, and Short Film lineups. Being a horror fiend, I’m always most interested in what the midnight offerings will hold,
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the latest Coen brothers film, Hail Caesar!, along with some other stuff they've been watching including: You Wont Miss Me, Contamination, Zabriskie Point, Don't Torture a Duckling, V For Vendetta, Amer, and Charlie's Country.
The much talked about first person POV action film Hardcore is set to next screen at this year’s SXSW and with that a new poster has been released with the new title Hardcore Henry. The film is directed by Ilya Naishuller and stars Sharlto Copley,
A new U.S. trailer for Dogtooth director Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest, The Lobster, has been released, which tells the story of a world where human are turned into animals if they don’t find a mate within 45 days. This odd little love story stars
There’s something for every brand of Coen brothers fan in Hail, Caesar! Whether you prefer the zany kidnapping antics in Raising Arizona and The Big Lebowski, the Hollywood-centric satire of Barton Fink, or the religious themes of A Serious Man, it’s all here. If, like me, you’ve enjoyed nearly every Coen creation, Hail, Caesar! will be a real hoot from beginning to end.
When it comes to the soul set out on display in Ry Russo-Young’s You Won’t Miss Me, the subject of ownership remains indistinguishable; working from a screenplay, co-written with lead actress Stella Schnabel, which appears to contain a number of illustrations of unmitigated truth interspersed with dramatizations of breaking into the acting business. Whether these naked portrayals free from pretense stem from Schnabel’s personal life (perhaps, playing a version of herself) or Russo-Young’s (or they may even be an assemblage of collected experiences) is irrelevant since both present the character of Shelly with such conviction and consideration they render her life experiences an unquestionable actuality.
I caught Benjamin Dickinson‘s upcoming science fiction comedy Creative Control at last year’s SXSW and liked it quite a bit so I’m happy to see Amazon Studios and Magnolia releasing the film in theaters March 11th. Magnolia released a new trailer for the
This year’s SXSW Festival in Austin is just around the corner and today the entire feature film lineup has been announced with an unsurprisingly ridiculous number of great sounding titles. After briefly going through the list some highlights include Richard Linklater‘s
A24 has released a new poster and trailer for Jeremy Saulnier‘s (Blue Ruin) Green Room, which revolves around a punk band being hunted by a group of neo-Nazis after witnessing them perpetuating a horrific crime. The film stars Patrick Stewart, Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots,
The story about a put-upon princess who befriends and is later cared for by seven dwarfs after her evil royal stepmother attempts to kill her has captivated audiences around the world. Arguably Disney’s most important animated feature, its 1937 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is one of the latest classics to get the Blu-ray treatment for modern audiences. For those who don’t know, Snow White more or less launched the Disney empire and is credited for making Disney what it is today.