‘The Master’ Review 8/10

‘The Master’ Review

Release Date:  September 21, 2012
MPAA Rating:  R
Director:  P.T. Anderson
FilmPulse Score:  8/10

The Master is P.T. Anderson’s first film in five years since 2007’s Oscar-nominated There Will Be Blood. The most memorable aspect of There

TIFF ’12: ‘A Late Quartet’ Trailer

TIFF ’12: ‘A Late Quartet’ Trailer

I am pretty sure that everyone knows about Philip Seymour Hoffman’s role as Lancaster Dodd in P.T. Anderson’s up-coming The Master. A role that, already has Hoffman receiving critical acclaim and awards, but Hoffman has another role, in another film that

69th Venice Film Festival Award Winners

69th Venice Film Festival Award Winners

The 69th Venice Film Festival recently wrapped up and the award winners have been announced. Among some of the films in the international competition: P.T. Anderson’s The Master, Olivier Assayas’s Something in the Air, Ramin Bahrani’s At Any Price, Brian De Palma’s

‘Seven Psychopaths’ Red Band Trailer

‘Seven Psychopaths’ Red Band Trailer

A little while ago the first trailer for Martin McDonagh’s follow-up to his 2008 surprising breakout film In Bruges, Seven Psychopaths surfaced and now we have the first red band trailer. Now, the red band trailer makes this film look even better

Terry Crews.

Terry Crews.


I find this on the Shadow and Act blog and felt the need to share it, because everyone should see it. Old Spice Muscle Music shows Terry Crews’ muscles hooked up to various musical instruments that play when

‘Killer Joe’ Review 8/10

‘Killer Joe’ Review

Release Date:  July 27th, 2012 (Limited)
MPAA Rating:   NC-17
Director: William Friedkin
FilmPulse Score: 8/10

Killer Joe is the new film from William Friedkin, and its release marks the second time Friedkin has adapted a play

‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Trailer

‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Trailer


Kathryn Bigelow and writer-producer Mark Boal return to bring you their first film since 2008’s Academy Award winner The Hurt Locker, with Zero Dark Thirty which chronicles the story of the Navy SEAL Team 6 and their mission to eliminate Osama Bin Laden. The film

‘The Paperboy’ Trailer

‘The Paperboy’ Trailer

The theaterical trailer for Lee Daniels’ newest film The Paperboy, which was an official selection to this year’s Cannes Film Festival, gives us a glimpse at the critically decisive film. This is Lee Daniels’ follow-up to his Oscar-nominated Precious. The film, based on a

‘Paranormal Activity 4’ Trailer

‘Paranormal Activity 4’ Trailer

Paranormal Activity 4 is finally here and with it, it brings “fresh” ideas such as time stamps, shaky cam, lights turning off and then back on to reveal a shadowy figure and comatose standing. Judging from the trailer, the movie appears to pick up

‘The Master’ Official Trailer

‘The Master’ Official Trailer

It’s no secret that we at FilmPulse are eager and excited for the upcoming release of P. T. Anderson’s newest film The Master. Until yesterday, we were only able to satisfy our curiosity through the two teasers that were released earlier

Paper “Prometheus” Trailer

Paper “Prometheus” Trailer

You’ve probably have seen the numerous Prometheus trailers enough to know that it looks to be amazing, but it also looks just as good with construction paper. Directed, edited and construction papered by Travis Betz, the trailer is a shot-for-shot remake

‘Elena’ Review 7/10

‘Elena’ Review

Release Date:  May 16th, 2012 (New York City)
MPAA Rating:  Not Rated
Director:  Andrei Zvyagintsev
Film Pulse Score:  7/10

Elena is a frank portrayal of one dutiful wife’s desperation to cement a brighter future for