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VIFF 2019: MURMUR Review

Heather Young's MURMUR is a compassionate portrait, full of warmth, of a woman struggling with addiction with the help of an elderly dog.


THE HERO Starring Sam Elliott Gets a New Trailer

The Orchard has released a new trailer for The Hero, starring Sam Elliott as an aging western actor who is forced to rethink his routine of smoking weed and reminiscing about the old days when he is diagnosed with cancer. The film

The Desert 7

Fantasia Fest 2014: THE DESERT Review

Holed up in their elaborately fortified residence, Ana (Victoria Almeida), Axel (Lautaro Delgado) and Jonathan (William Prociuk) have everything they need to survive the zombie apocalypse occurring outside their doorstep. The house is equipped with a security system of sorts, a sequence of microphones strung alongside the exterior piping outside audio into the interior through strategically placed megaphones, signaling potential dangers as they arise. They have firearms, ammunition, food, a steady water supply, board games, video games and, even, tattooing equipment; they only thing these three have to deal with essentially is themselves, which proves to be rather difficult.

TORN Trailer and Poster Debut

TORN Trailer and Poster Debut

Here’s the new trailer and poster for Jeremiah Birnbaum‘s Torn, which revolves around the lives of two mothers who lose their sons in what is initially thought is a gas explosion, but is later discover to be a bombing that

Steve McQueen’s 12 YEARS A SLAVE Trailer

Steve McQueen’s 12 YEARS A SLAVE Trailer

Though I wasn’t the biggest fan of Steve McQueen‘s last film, Shame, I thought Hunger was fantastic and I’m still an admirer of his work.  His next film, 12 Years a Slave, tells the true story of Solomon Northrup, a

LA Film Fest 2013: ‘Goodbye World’ Review 8/10

LA Film Fest 2013: ‘Goodbye World’ Review

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“If you’re expecting an apocalyptic end-of-the-world movie with burning cities and cars exploding, I’m sure there’s one playing in the theater down the hall,” director Denis Henry Hennelly admitted

Trailer: Belgian Oscar Contender ‘Our Children’

Trailer: Belgian Oscar Contender ‘Our Children’

Here’s the debut trailer for Joachim Lafosse‘s Our Children, which recently screened at the Cannes Film Festival and is Belgium’s official submission to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.  The film revolves around a couple who decide to marry and