I hope you like your violence highly-stylized coupled with minimal dialogue because Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling are at it again with Only God Forgives. Refn and Gosling’s second collaboration hopes to match the success of their 2011 hit Drive. Only God
We are not big fans of Michael Bay. With that being said, here is the first look at his newest movie Pain & Gain starring Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson (Do you still have to put “The Rock” in between Dwayne and Johnson?)
Seth Rogen‘s directorial debut The End of the World is now called This Is the End. It is yet another apocalypse comedy, but unlike Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World, This Is the End actually looks funny and more entertaining than
Soak in the beauty and ambiguity of the first official teaser for Shane Carruth’s long-awaited follow-up to 2004’s Primer (which won him the Grand Jury Prize at that year’s Sundance Film Festival.) I had numerous thoughts within the 53 seconds of this
The Sundance Film Festival is around the corner, January 17th through the 27th to be exact and we here at FilmPulse are excited. Nowadays it feels like the entire year is nothing more than giant film festival brimming with new and
There are a lot of moments in Rust and Bone, the new film from French director Jacques Audiard, that leave the viewer utterly dejected. These beautifully crafted and framed moments continue to beat down the viewer and the characters, themselves, over the course of the film's 120 minute run time.
How many of you found yourselves saying “I wish they would make the magic futuristic and then use said magic to rob banks” when watching Christopher Nolan’s The Prestige? None of you. Well, too bad because that is exactly what director
Here is the latest trailer from Don Coscarelli‘s John Dies at the End, the director of such classics as Phantasm, Bubba Ho-Tep and The Beastmaster. The film, which is based on the David Wong novel of the