Podcast: Episode 246 – CREEPY

This week on the show, Adam and Kevin take a look at Kiyoshi Kurosawa's latest in a review of Creepy. Other items discussed include Iron Fist and the phrase "We made it for the fans," The Illinois Parable, The Belko Experiment, Manchester by the Sea, Kong: Skull Island, Moonlight, Assassin's Creed, and The Devil's Candy.


THE DARK TOWER Gets a Poster

The first poster has arrived for  The Dark Tower, an adaptation of the Stephen King book series. The tagline, “There are other worlds than these,” will be familiar to fans of the books. And the flipping of buildings will be familiar

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With Valeria, Vassilopoulos taps into the inherent peculiarity of Eva’s ordeal, opting to focus on the most immediate question one would probably have after receiving someone else’s skin for one’s own face: who was this person? The film tackles the idea of transference and how a transplant can fundamentally change a person. With all of this, Vassilopoulos encapsulates the film with an air of mystery, from the overall tone to the lighting and the cinematography from Mia Cioffi Henry. All of it feels otherworldly, much like you would imagine it feeling if you had someone else’s face as your face.


Dan Trachtenberg to Direct SPACE RACE

Last year, Dan Trachtenberg‘s meticulously-crafted genre-bender 10 Cloverfield Lane announced him as a filmmaker to watch. Now we have a little info on what we may see from him next. Per Deadline, Trachtenberg is attached to Space Race, currently in

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Sometimes I feel like my job can be murder, like the time I had to sit down and write a review for Greg McLean’s The Belko Experiment, but in Greg McLean’s The Belko Experiment, the concept of a life-sucking office job is taken quite literally when employees are forced to murder each other.


A second official trailer has been released for Transformers: The Last Knight, the fifth film in the franchise. It looks a lot like the previous four, with lots of robot action and (probably) scattershot storytelling. The new heroine played by Isabela Moner

AQUAMAN Release Gets Pushed Back Two Months

AQUAMAN Release Gets Pushed Back Two Months

Warner Bros. has moved the release date of Aquaman from October 5th, 2018 to December 21st, 2018. It slides into the spot recently vacated by James Cameron‘s Avatar 2, which has been delayed several times.

Directed by James Wan, Aquaman stars Jason


Dwayne Johnson to Headline Disaster Pic SKYSCRAPER

Universal and Legendary Pictures have set a June 13th, 2018 release date for Skyscraper, a disaster/action movie starring Dwayne Johnson. It what sounds like Die Hard meets The Towering Inferno, Johnson will play a former hostage team rescuer whose family gets trapped

Aardman Animations’ EARLY MAN Gets a Teaser

Aardman Animations and StudioCanal have released a teaser for Early Man, a new stop-motion animated film from the creators of Wallace and Gromit and Shaun the Sheep. Set in prehistoric times, Early Man follows Dug (voiced by Eddie Redmayne), who leads his


Criterion Announces June 2017 Titles

Criterion has announced their lineup for June 2017, which includes new releases of Kenji Mizoguchi‘s UgetsuNicholas Ray‘s They Live By NightMarcel Pagnol‘s Marseille Trilogy, Alfred Hitchcock‘s The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog, and Sam Peckinpah‘s Straw Dogs.

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