The full lineup for this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival has been announced, with highlights including Joe Lych‘s Mayhem, Erlingur Thoroddson‘s (Child Eater)
This week, in honor of National Chicken Boy day, Ryan watches the comedy horror film Poltrygeist.
Hyphenate-heavy Frank Mosley’s short film, Casa De Mi Madre, was produced during his time in Cuba while attending an Abbas Kiarostami-led filmmaking workshop and with the support
Magnet has released the trailer for Takashi Miike‘s upcoming 100th film, a bloody samurai epic called Blade of the Immortal.
BIRTH OF THE DRAGON does a disservice to the cinematic legacy of Bruce Lee.
Bushwick is an energetic, unflinching look at war on the homefront with some great cinematography and an unforgettable climax.
This week’s short film pick comes to us from director Claire Hanrahan and her nasty little thriller Fall.
England is Mine is an uncharacteristically prescient and upfront name for a movie that isn’t even a fraction as bold.
Two outstanding, seemingly single-take action sequences bookend The Villainess, but the strong first and last impressions can’t make up for a shapeless, meandering middle.
CLASH clears away ideological nitpicking in favor of a constrained character study.
The voice performers were all excellent for the most part but didn't have much to work with script wise; I couldn’t say whether this is due to bad writing or cultural/linguistic tr
Amazon Studios has released the first trailer for Richard Linklater‘s upcoming Last Flag Flying, starring Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston, and Lawrence Fishburne.
In honor of National Dog Day, Ryan watches Man's Best Friend from 1993.
Vinegar Syndrome announced its lineup for October 2017, featuring a fantastic new batch of exploitation goodness coming to your home.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at two newly released indies with reviews of the comedy Lemon and the drama Gook.
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