A new teaser trailer has been released for the insane looking action thriller Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins, directed by newcomer Jonathan Keevil. The film is produced by Bellflower‘s Evan Glodell and revolves around a group of friends taking on and evil
When I was just a kid, probably no older than the protagonist of this film, my parents rented a movie that they thought would be a quirky black comedy called Parents. While it is indeed a black comedy, it leans more into the horror genre, and as a result, this movie scared the bejesus out of me.
Released as part of the new Vestron Video Collector’s Series, Ken Russell’s cult classic The Lair of the White Worm has been digitally remastered and released on Blu-ray, marking another great entry in this awesome catalogue of releases from Lionsgate.
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival is wrapping up in Park City and with that this year’s award winners have been announced. Macon Blair‘s directorial debut I Don’t Feel Home in This World Anymore won the U.S. Grand Jury Prize for dramatic narrative
As we continue our highlights from this season’s Fandependent Film Festival, this week’s pick comes to us from director Josh Polon and his documentary Andy Goes In. The film follows a man dubbed Andy, who infiltrates a chicken farm in order to
The 2017 Slamdance Film Festival is wrapping up and with that this year’s award winners have been announced. Daniel Warth‘s Dim The Fluorescents won the Narrative Feature Jury Prize, with Stefan Avalos‘ Strad Style winning the Documentary Feature Jury
The 34th edition of the Miami Film Festival is set to kick off March 3rd – 12th and today the full lineup of films has been announced. This year’s festival will feature 131 feature narratives, docs, and shorts from 40 different countries.
IFC has released a new trailer for Bart Freundlich‘s upcoming basketball drama Wolves, in which a promising young basketball player must step out of his alcoholic father’s shadow in order to achieve his dreams of playing college ball. The film stars Carla Gugino, Michael
As the title of Bill Waterson’s comedy Dave Made a Maze suggests, Dave does indeed make a maze — and what a maze it is. Exploding with creativity, this quirky film about a slacker who creates a cardboard labyrinth in his apartment and subsequently gets himself and his friends lost inside is a ridiculously fun and absurd romp that had me chomping at the bit to uncover each and every unique room and passageway.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival with reviews of Withdrawn, Dim the Fluorescents, Dave Made a Maze, Kuro, Strad Style, Brad Cuts Loose, and Plena Stellarum. Other films discussed include Into the Forest and Lair of the White Worm.
Stefan Avalos’ Strad Style opens with an ominous shot of the lead subject, Daniel Houck, burning what appears to be pieces of a violin in a fire, a stressful way to begin a documentary about a small-town guy attempting to make a 100 percent accurate version of arguably the most famous and expensive violin in the world, Guarneri’s Il Cannone.
A we continue to highlight entries in this season’s Fandependent Film Festival, this week our pick comes to us from Chris de Krijger and Mischa Dols and their film Hemelpoort. The film revolves around a newly deceased man who, after entering the
Although the video game turned out to be a fairly generic looter-shooter with a thread-bare plot, The Division may actually lend itself well to the concept of a big screen adaptation, allowing the newly announced writer-director Stephen Gaghan (Syriana, Gold) to expand upon
Throughout 2017, the Alamo Drafthouse and Mondo will be celebrating the work of Stanley Kubrick with special screenings and licensed merch from four of the director’s most iconic films- A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Full Metal Jacket, and The Shining.
Although its first trailer can’t be beat, the final trailer for 20th Century Fox’s upcoming Logan still manages to make me even more excited to see James Mangold‘s final entry in the Wolverine trilogy. The film stars Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Richard E. Grant,