A new trailer has been released for the upcoming comedy Brigsby Bear, directed by Dave McCary and starring Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, Claire Danes, Mark Hamill, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Greg Kinnear, Kate Lyn Sheil, Ryan Simpkins, Matt Walsh, and Michaela Watkins.
As a pretty big fan of Matthew Vaughn‘s first Kingsman film, I have to say I’m pretty stoked about the upcoming sequel, Kingsman: Golden Circle, and the new trailer released today just got me even more amped up for it. The film
A new poster has been revealed for Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani‘s (Amer, The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears) latest, Let The Corpses Tan (Laissez Bronzer Les Cadavres) ahead of its world premiere at this year’s Locarno Film Festival on August 4th.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming biopic England is Mine, starring Jack Lowden as the frontman of The Smiths, Morrissey. The film is directed by Mark Gill and also stars Jessica Brown Findlay as Linder Sterling.
A24 has released a new teaser trailer for the upcoming comedy The Disaster Artist, which takes a look at the making of one of the most famously bad movies of all time- The Room. The film is directed by James Franco who
Adam and Kevin head to the far East with a wrap up of this year's New York Asian Film Festival and talk about some highlights including the Happiness, The Truth Beneath, Destruction Babies, Town in a Lake, Ordinary Person, Traces of Sin, Dawn of the Felines, Battle of Memories, Japanese Girls Never Die, Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight, and Vampire Cleanup Department.
This year’s New York Asian Film Festival has officially wrapped, and with the the award winners have been announced. Nattawut Poonpiriya’s Bad Genius won the Best Feature Award with honorable mentions going to Yoshiyuki Kishi‘s A Double Life and Le Binh Giang‘s Kfc. Naoko
Aside from its goofy title and uniquely strange villain, Alan Lo’s Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight plays out like numerous other zombie comedies that we’ve seen over the last decade or so, making for a slightly enjoyable, yet familiar, experience despite some of the ideas on display.
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Mark Brennan and his short film Twelfth Man, telling the true story of a theatre company attempting to perform Shakespeare‘s Twelfth Night during the 1966 World Cup Final. The film is based
Combining tropes from classic Hong Kong vampire comedies of decades past with more contemporary vampire tales, Sin-Hang Chiu and Pak-Wing Yan’s Vampire Cleanup Department is a fun concept but lacks any real lasting power, falling short of laughs and plot.