Chicago’s Asian Pop-Up Cinema has announced the full lineup for its upcoming 10th season. Running from March 10th through April 9th, 2020, Season Ten will feature 16 new films from Asia, including four North American premieres – including opening night
March is nearly here, and with that Arrow Video has announced their U.S. Blu-ray lineup for the upcoming month. There’s two titles for us to sink our teeth into for March, with Robert Altman’s Kansas City and Philip Ridley’s The Passion
Focus Features has released the first official trailer for The High Note, starring Tracee Ellis Ross as a singing superstar and Dakota Johnson as her put-upon assistant who dreams of being a music producer.
Screen Media Films has released an official trailer for Robert the Bruce, staring Angus Macfadyen as the famous Scottish warrior and king, the same role he played in 1995’s Braveheart. William Wallace is mentioned within the first 10 seconds of the trailer,
Screen Gems has released the first two posters for Monster Hunter, an upcoming video game adaptation that re-teams Resident Evil director and star Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich.
Shudder has released an official red band trailer for Blood Quantum, a zombie film in which hordes of undead besiege the First Nations people of a secluded Mi’gmaq reserve. It’s tough to find an original hook in this omnipresent sub-genre, but Blood
Well Go USA has released the first domestic poster for Peninsula, a sequel to the South Korean zombie hit Train to Busan. Peninsula is set four years after its predecessor (which was originally released in 2016), and the poster hints at the
Blue Fox Entertainment has released a trailer for Abe, a coming-of-age dramedy that had its world premiere at Sundance in 2019. In the film, half-Israeli, half-Palestinian teenage aspiring chef Abe (Noah Schnapp) desires to cook the perfect meal to bring his family
Samuel Goldwyn Films has released a trailer for Stray Dolls, which had its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival last year. The stylish-looking thriller follows two young women who get caught up in spiraling violence after deciding to rob a motel owner.
Universal Pictures has released the first official trailer for Nia DaCosta‘s Candyman, a “spiritual sequel” to the seminal 1992 horror film. The trailer shows a return to the setting of the original, Chicago’s Cabrini Green, now a gentrified neighborhood filled with refurbished
ie ie productions has released a trailer for Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm, a documentary about a rural recording studio that’s one of the most famous in the world. Brothers Kingsley and Charles Ward set up the studio on their farm
Shudder has released an official trailer for their upcoming original documentary series Cursed Films, which will get a premiere at SXSW before hitting the streaming service in April. The five-part series goes in-depth with the stories behind notoriously “cursed” genre productions, namely,
Paper Street Pictures has released the first official trailer and poster for Scare Package, a horror-comedy anthology consisting of seven segments, each with different directors tackling specific genre tropes, all of them wrapped around a video store setting. The poster also gives
Film Movement has released an official U.S. trailer for Nina Wu, which follows the titular actress (Ke-Xi Wu, who also co-wrote the script) on a harrowing psychological journey while making a film that would be her big break.