A new, very NSFW trailer has been released for The ABCs of Death 2, which features 26 short films from 26 different directors depicting 26 very horrible ways to meet your demise. Although I was generally underwhelmed with the first entry, a
This week, Adam and Kevin are joined by Ryan Watches a Movie host Ryan Holes to discuss the results of their 2014 summer movie predictions. Will Adam and Kevin once again be fighting for the top spot or will Ryan come back from behind to win all the glory?
The first trailer for Abel Ferrara‘s upcoming biopic, Pasolini, has been released ahead of its premiere at this year’s Venice Film Festival. The film stars Willem Dafoe as the famed Italian poet, filmmaker, and novelist Pier Paolo Pasolini as he lives out the
The trailer for Andrey Zvyaginstev‘s latest, Leviathan, has been released, and it looks intense to say the least. The film is a modern retelling of the Book of Job, focusing on a land dispute between a mechanic and the local authorities.
Although I’m not big on musicals, the newly released trailer for Jeffrey St. Jules‘ Bang Bang Baby has me sold with its quirky ’60s sci-fi aesthetic. Premiering at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, the film stars Jane Levy as an aspiring
Jason Stone’s feature debut, The Calling, boasts an impressive cast with some fantastic performances, however the dreary plot prevents it from being anything more than a slightly above-average procedural. The film hits the ground running, but slowly loses steam as it progresses into what will become a bland murder mystery.
The title of the film refers to the premature transfer of a criminal from juvenile detention to adult prison which is where Starred Up begins its story - the fresh arrival of Eric Love (Jack O'Connell), an aggressive teenager willing to survive by any means necessary. Those means consist, almost exclusively, of violence and obscenity-laden verbal attacks meant to intimidate until a ray of hope presents itself through a therapy group led by Oliver (Rupert Friend). The film is based on first-time screenwriter Jonathan Asser's twelve years of experience as a prison therapist, twelve years brilliantly condensed into one taut, brutal prison drama.
The first trailer has been released for Jon Stewart‘s directorial debut, Rosewater, which tells the true story of a photojournalist detained in Iran on suspicion of being a spy after submitting footage of election day riots to the BBC. The film, also written
The lineup for this year’s Telluride Film Festival has been announced, with a number of Oscar contenders on display including Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Birdman, Bennett Miller’s Foxcatcher, and Jon Stewart’s Rosewater.
Although poster artist John Alvin may not be a household name, his iconic imagery will be instantly recognizable to most anyone who’s seen a movie poster within the last several decades. From Alien and Bladerunner to nearly all of Spielberg’s Amblin films, John Alvin has brought a consistently unique and wonderful vision to the posters he creates. In the newly released coffee-table book, The Art of John Alvin, not only are all his beautiful pieces on display, but we also get to see and learn about the fascinating backstories behind each one.
The second wave of films has been revealed for this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX, with another great batch of films added to the lineup. Among them is Jake Gyllenhaal‘s Nightcrawler and the Keanu Reeves starring action flick John Wick. I’m also
Drafthouse Films has announced that they will be distributing Joshua Oppenheimer‘s latest documentary The Look of Silence, a companion piece to his last film, The Act of Killing, which looks at the horrific genocide that took place in Indonesia, however this film is
Plenty of celebrities have been taking on the ALS ice bucket challenge recently, but none of them are more entertaining to watch than the king of weird, David Lynch. As an enormous fan of Lynch’s work, it pleases me to