Horror-Comedy DEATHGASM Gets a New Trailer

One film that I’ve been trying to see for the last year or so but keep alluding me is the Kiwi horror-comedy Deathgasm, written and directed by Jason Lei Howden. Dark Sky Films released a new trailer for the film, and now I’m more

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HELLIONS Gets a Scary Awesome New Poster

Twitch has posted up a brand new poster for Pontypool director Bruce McDonald‘s next foray into horror, Hellions, which centers on a girl trying to survive a group of angry trick-or-treaters trying to kill her.

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Tom Hooper’s THE DANISH GIRL Trailer Starring Eddie Redmayne

Focus Features released the first trailer for Tom Hooper‘s (The King’s Speech) upcoming drama The Danish Girl, starring Eddie Redmayne as artist and transgender pioneer Lili Gebe. The film also stars Alicia Vikander as Lili’s wife, Gerda Wegener.

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MACBETH Starring Michael Fassbender Gets A U.S. Trailer

The Weinstein Company released a new domestic trailer for Justin Kurzel‘s (Snowtown) upcoming adaptation of Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Sean Harris, Paddy Considine, David Thewlis, Jack Reynor, and Elizabeth Debicki.

Kurzel will also be collaborating with Fassbender and Cotillard for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed

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HOW THE SKY WILL MELT Review

Three years in the making, Matthew Wade’s How the Sky Will Melt has the distinction of being an extremely rare piece of cinema for its time. A feature-length filmed on Super 8mm released into a cinematic landscape overcrowded with digital films upon digital films. Wade’s debut definitely possesses a hook intriguing enough (Super 8!) to a garner a certain amount of curiosity. Although, the question of, does the film and its narrative contain enough substance to warrant a feature-length? or, are we merely working with nothing more than an overdrawn novelty?

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Podcast: Episode 180 – Z FOR ZACHARIAH, TURBO KID

This week, Adam and Kevin review two new but very different post apocalyptic films with Z For Zachariah and Turbo Kid. Other films discussed include: Heaven Knows What, Straight Outta Compton, Tangerines, Entertainment, How the Sky Will Melt, and Digging for Fire.

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Kickstart Sunday: SLASH

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the latest feature-length comedy from director Clay Liford (Wuss, Earthling) with his film /SLASH/.  This teen comedy revolves around a kid who enjoys writing erotic fan fiction in his spare

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TURBO KID Review

There’s a scene in Turbo Kid where a man gets kicked in the balls followed by having his jaw ripped off and shoved back into his own face. That should give you a decent idea of what you’re in for in this over the top throwback ‘80s gorefest that can only be described as radical - or maybe radical to the max.

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WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS Review

Much like the Electronic Dance Music at the core of its story, We Are Your Friends samples beats from several other sources. While the film doesn’t reinvent the dramatic story of an aspiring artist who dreams of making it big, it arranges the raw materials in an exuberant, stylish way – kind of like a good EDM song – even if some plot mechanics drain a bit of the verve from the melody.