Neon has released the teaser trailer for Joachim Trier‘s The Worst Person in the World starring Renate Reinsve and Anders Danielsen Lie. The film follows the life of a young woman attempting to navigate her career and love life in Oslo across
A24 has released a new trailer for the upcoming family drama The Humans, starring Richard Jenkins, Jayne Houdyshell, Amy Schumer, Beanie Feldstein, Steven Yeun, and June Squibb. The film revolves around a family from Pennsylvania getting together for Thanksgiving at their daughter’s
Shudder has released the trailer for the upcoming fourth installment of the horror anthology V/H/S, titled V/H/S/94, which contains five segments from directors Simon Barrett, TimoTjahjanto, Jennifer Reeder, Ryan Prows, and Chloe Okuno.
The Criterion Collection has revealed its titles for December 2021, which includes new releases of Regina King‘s One Night in Miami, Gordon Parks‘ The Learning Tree, and Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger‘s The Red Shoes.
Just yesterday we posted five titles we are excited for at Manchester’s Grimmfest and now another film has to be added to that list as today the team has revealed the closing night film will be Vanya Peirani-Vignes‘
This year’s Indie Memphis is gearing up to kick off October 20th, and tonight the full lineup of titles has been announced. Sean Baker‘s Red Rocket will be the opening night film, with Pablo Larrain‘s Spencer closing things out.
Yellow Veil Pictures has released the trailer for the upcoming thriller Knocking, which involves a woman who experiences a tragic event and attempts to get a new start by moving into a different apartment. Unfortunately, she begins hearing a constant knocking and
Machester’s Grimmfest is gearing up to make its triumphant return to cinemas this year and before the madness kicks off October 7th, I thought I would highlight a selection of titles screening this year that I’m particularly excited to check out.
Creative filmmakers have proven multiple times over that one doesn’t need a big budget to craft a mind-bendingly entertaining time-travel film, with titles like Primer and Timecrimes showing audiences that you can still have a narratively complex science-fiction story without dropping $100
Austin’s premiere genre film festival, Fantastic Fest, is gearing up to kick off September 23rd and the final wave of titles has been announced. As usual there are a slew of films here that immediately got added to my watch list so
This week, Adam and Kevin review the newly released thriller Wild Indian along with some other stuff including The Last Matinee, The Blood on Satan's Claw, The Old Ways, Pink Flamingos, We Need To Do Something, and Don't Breathe 2.
Arrow Video has revealed their full lineup for September, which, as always, includes a slew of great looking titles. On the docket for this month we have Death Screams, a Sam Katzman box-set, The Snake Girl and the Silver-Haired Witch, Legend, and