This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from Aurel Klimt and his animated film Laika.
The Fandependent Spring Film Festival has officially wrapped and with that, the winners have been announced.
Dimension Films has released a new trailer for the upcoming horror film Polaroid, which revolves around a haunted camera that spells doom to all those who get their picture taken w
I must admit, I’m a pretty big fan of the Child’s Play series, so I’m pretty excited about the upcoming Cult of Chucky, which just got a new trailer from Universa
The 2017 newportFILM outdoor screening series kicks off tonight and the full lineup of films has officially been announced.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has released the theatrical trailer for Justin Chon‘s upcoming drama Gook, which stars Chon alongside David So as two brothers who run a shoe store who b
It’s been four long years since Edgar Wright painted the screen with one of his funny, stylish and wildly entertaining pieces of cinema, his last being The World’s End (unless you
The Film Arcade has released a trailer and poster for I Do…Until I Don’t, Lake Bell‘s followup to her 2013 film In A World.
In his third feature film (following Life After Beth and Joshy) Jeff Baena has set his sights on tearing 14th-century Italy a new one in a riotously funny adaptation of Giovanni Bo
A24 posted up a new trailer and poster for Josh and Benny Safdie‘s Good Time, starring Robert Pattinson as a criminal racing against the clock to gather up enough money to ba
Adam and Kevin head to the wasteland of Texas in a review of Ana Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch.
Earlier today it was announced that Bloody Disgusting, one of the biggest horror sites on the net, has officially launched a new podcast network that will kick off with five show
Blending classic Gothic Hammer Horror with a touch of ’80s sleaze, Camilo Vila’s The Unholy is now available on a newly remastered Blu-ray edition thanks to Lionsgate’s Vestron Col
Poignant and incredibly funny, The Big Sick is a modern love story directed by Michael Showalter.
On the surface, writer/director Christopher Jason Bell’s short film, left, appears to be a rudimentary walkthrough of a very basic premise - a young woman roaming an airport; and t
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