Violence Voyager remains a disturbing bait and switch of gory delights for all who can stomach it.
A clip has been released for David Mamor‘s horror thriller 1BR, which will be making its world premiere at this month’s Fantasia Festival in Montreal.
Walk With Me just misses the mark in being an effective and thought-provoking thriller that perhaps would have benefitted from a tighter script and different editing choices.
While trying to sell you on the maverick, anarchist sensibilities of its central subjects, Dare to Stop Us slots itself into standardized yet serviceable biopic formula.
Stuber is a film that has a lot going for it, but suffers from a script that doesn’t seem to know how to handle the comedic talent it contains.
The first trailer for Rian Johnson‘s upcoming thriller Knives Out has been released and oh boy I can’t wait to get my eyes on this one.
It’s always such a bummer to see the same crop of movies wind up on everyone’s top ten lists, so it pleases me to no end to find this year’s batch of mid-year lis
Screen Media has released a new trailer for the upcoming horror film LUZ, directed by Tilman Singer.
Packed to the brim with an overwhelming amount of music, John A.
With the New York Asian Film festival kicking off, Adam and Kevin take a look at two films screening there this year with Jinpa and Hard-Core.
This month, Adam and Ken take a look four June movies that bombed at the box office.
Not even the inclusion of a robot could invigorate the stale, self-pitying lowlife comedy, HARD-CORE, into anything endearing.
Although uneven in certain spots, this period piece from director Bernard Rose, known for his horror classic Candyman, is an entertaining if not slightly underwhelming look at an i
It’s tough to narrow it down to just five most anticipated films from this year’s Fantasia Festival in Montreal, but here’s my best attempt.
Michigan’s Traverse City Film Festival has announced the lineup for their 2019 program, which will be taking place from July 30th – August 4th.
The third annual Festival of Cinema NYC has announced its lineup, which will feature 120 films. This year’s festival will run for ten days from August 7th – 11th.
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