If you love classic Amblin flicks as much as I do, then you’re in for a treat with this music video for Rich Aucoin‘s Want to Believe. Directed by Jason Eisener (Hobo with a Shotgun), this video is a great homage to such
Slashers and zombies and ghosts oh my, if you’re looking for a spooky movie to watch this Halloween but aren’t sure what to pick, here’s a list of ten gems you can watch right now on Netflix instant. Each title links
A new trailer for the upcoming horror/thriller Starry Eyes has been released, which revolves around a young actress in Hollywood who is willing to do anything for a big break, however nothing can prepare her for the horrors she unwittingly signs up
The Aaron Sorkin-scripted Steve Jobs biopic got a bit of interesting casting news today, with the announcement that Seth Rogen will be portraying Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. Christian Bale was previously announced to play Jobs, and Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 127 Hours) will
Ghost House Pictures announced today that Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, Fede Alvarez and Rodo Sayagues will be teaming up once again not to create Evil Dead 2, but to make an all new horror film called A Man in the Dark. Like the Evil
A24 has released a new teaser poster and trailer for Alex Garland‘s Ex Machina, which stars Domhnall Gleeson as a computer programmer who wins a contest to spend the week with a reclusive genius played by Oscar Isaac, however it turns out that
Here’s the official U.S. trailer for Suzanne Bier’s Serena, which stars Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper as a couple who build a large timber empire in the 1920s. The film was actually shot before Lawrence and Cooper starred opposite each other in Silver
Thirty years ago, Dulce awakened on the floor of her home, bleeding and surrounded by shards of a broken mirror. Confused and disoriented, she was ultimately arrested, tried, and convicted of murdering her husband and son in their home.
Decades later, Dulce, now a frail, elderly woman, is released and placed under house arrest in the very home where her family died. Dulce was convinced that it was the house that killed her family, but no one believed her. Now, the supernatural forces that may have taken her family have returned, and Dulce’s terrifying journey to solve the mystery begins.
In a special announcement today, Marvel Studios has announced the release dates for all of their upcoming films including Black Panther, Thor: Ragnarok, Avengers: Infinity War, and plenty more. Here’s the full breakdown of the movies and their respective dates:
Touting itself as the first Iranian vampire Western, VICE Films has released a new trailer for the festival hit A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, which looks equal parts beautiful and unnerving. Written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, this black and
CORNER OF HEAVEN revolves around a young boy leaving behind his younger sister and their grandfather in search of their mother, who left days earlier. The camera follows the young boy along his seemingly destinationless journey, wandering through the broken villages along the Yellow River; a meditative excursion through a dreamlike ethereality of beauty and brutality, CORNER OF HEAVEN is a coming-of-age film like no other.
White Bird in a Blizzard is a difficult film to place in a particular genre. It should be a mystery, but it plays out more like a coming-of-age movie about a teenager coming to terms with her parents. That teen, Kat, is played by Shailene Woodley (Divergent, Fault in Our Stars). Some pundits thought Woodley might be nominated for an Academy Award for her work in the George Clooney vehicle, The Descendants, where she performed much better than she does here, swinging from wooden acting to overacting opposite an eclectic cast that includes Christopher Meloni, Eva Green and Gabourey Sidibe. White Bird never comes together, remaining an incoherent mash-up of various themes, none of which are terribly interesting on their own or when stitched together in a less-than-mediocre script.
Once again we have ourselves a film tackling the subject matter of human connections and relationships along with technology's role - both beneficial and detrimental - in the matter. These films portray millennials reliant upon a smattering of websites and smartphone apps that give them the ability to instantly connect with one another physically and/or pseudo-socially, yet ultimately failing when connecting face-to-face emotionally. The difference with Zachary Wigon's debut, compared to the others, is that his film, The Heart Machine, is an intimate exploration bereft of judgement or ridicule.