A new genre film festival is coming in the form of The Overlook Film Festival- a four-day celebration kicking off April 27th 2017 at the iconic Timberline Lodge in Mt. Hood Oregon.
The 2016 NewFest, New York’s LGBT Film Festival has concluded its 28th year and with that, the winners of the audience awards from this year’s fest have been announced.
Reading the synopsis of Vincent Masciale’s feature debut, Fear, Inc., it sounded like a horror-themed version of David Fincher’s The Game, a film I’m a huge fan of, so my interest was instantly piqued. While it does indeed draw heavily from Fincher’s film and it in no way eclipses it, Masciale seemingly knew this going into it and instead of attempting to sneakily bite off Fincher, he revels in this emulation, creating a surprisingly funny, albeit flawed, horror-comedy.
The massive lineup for this year’s Doc NYC documentary film festival has been announced, which boasts 250 films including 18 world premieres and 19 U.S. premieres. The festival is set to run in New York beginning November 10th and running through the
Cinefamily has revealed the lineup for Spectrevision’s upcoming SpectreFest, taking place in Los Angeles beginning this Friday, October 7th. This genre festival powerhouse is sporting a fantastic series of films including Under the Shadow, The Greasy Strangler, and Ring vs. Grudge to name
The Fandependent Films 2016 Summer Festival has officially wrapped and with that, this season’s winners have been announced. Carlton Sugarman‘s The Amateur: Or (Revenge of The Quadricorn) received the most votes coming in first and winning a distribution deal through
While some people can’t wrap their heads around the idea of sneaker culture or the concept of becoming a sneakerhead, I myself have flirted with the hobby and even supported the idea floating around that sneakers should be officially added as one of the core elements of hip hop. In Justin Tipping’s feature debut Kicks, he effectively injects this culture into a wonderfully scripted coming-of-age story about a teen trying to get back his stolen Air Jordans.
The final wave of films has been revealed for this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, gearing up to begin September 22nd. Highlights for this batch include Nacho Vigalondo‘s Colossal, the Wolfcop sequel Another Wolfcop, and Mike Mendez‘s Don’t Kill It. But really,
Ahead of its premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, a new teaser trailer and poster have been released for Lorcan Finnegan‘s thriller Without Name, starring Alan McKenna, Niamh Algar, and James Browne.
The second wave of films was announced for this year’s Fantastic Fest, the country’s most badass film festival, taking place in Austin September 22nd through the 29th. Highlights from today’s announcement include Denis Villeneuve‘s Arrival, Ana Lily Amirpour‘s
The Austin Film Festival is about to kick off its 23rd year October 13th and today the second wave of films has been revealed. Jeff Nichols‘ latest, Loving, has been announced as the opening night film, with some other highlights including Ryan Colucci‘s
Tiff has become such a monster of a film festival, it’s difficult to differentiate what movies will be the hidden gems and which ones will be duds. Fortunately, in the case of the Midnight Madness program, I’m consistently interested in nearly everything screening.
The 2016 New York Film Festival is set to kick off September 30 and the full lineup of features has been revealed, featuring a slew of great-looking new films. Highlights include Kelly Reichardt‘s Certain Women, Paul Verhoeven‘s Elle, and Jim Jarmusch‘s Paterson just to