From The Editors

ROBIN: First Look At The Trailer For LFO Director's Dark Thriller Arrives

Director Antonio Tublen won a lot of fans in these parts with his quirky microbudget scifi comic thriller LFO and we've been anxiously awaiting word on his next effort - the upcoming dark psychological thriller Robin -  since we ran...

A DARK SONG U.S. Trailer: Bracing, Disturbing, Unnerving

A new trailer for Liam Gavin's A Dark Song is intended to promote the film's upcoming U.S. release, but instead it has ruined my day. That's because it reminds me of my first viewing of the movie, when it made...

Luc Besson Returns to Euro Space Opera with Epic VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS Trailer

STX Films have released the first full trailer for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Luc Besson's $180 million dollar return to big sci-fi filmmaking. To say Besson's Europa Corp. has a lot riding on Valerian would be...

New BERLIN SYNDROME Trailer: Skin, Get Ready to Crawl

Watching the new trailer for Berlin Syndrome made me feel distinctly uncomfortable. Teresa Palmer stars as an Australian photojournalist who falls for an apparently charming man (Max Riemelt) while on vacation in Europe. After a night of (presumed) romance, she...

MEXICO BARBARO Helmer Edgar Nito In Production On Crime Drama GUACHICOLERO

For viewers of recent horror anthology project Mexico Barbaro, director Edgar Nito needs little introduction. Surrounded by more experienced directors and bigger names Nito's segment was, nonetheless, a clear standout in the acclaimed anthology, a true gem of a piece...

Critical Distance: What Movies Have You Loved in 2017?

What movies have you seen that you loved this year? Anything? In wide release, I've quite enjoyed Logan, Get Out, The Belko Experiment, John Wick 2 and A Cure for Wellness. Logan lived up to my high hopes, a reminder...

Interview: Albert Serra Talks THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV, Jean-Pierre LĂ©aud, and His Beautiful Method

Serra is batshit crazy. Once he starts talking, there is no stopping him. As an admirer of his singular artistry, it was a pleasure talking to him at length, even though he did most of the talking.

IT Marks the Spot: First Trailer for New Stephen King Adaptation Gets Gloomy

Look, you go into a sewer, you gotta expect troubles. Maybe a giant alligator. Or maybe a really frightening clown. Stephen King's It postulated that a demonic entity existed in Derry, Maine, that could change into anything that most scared...

Review: THE PRISON Shackles Itself in Familiar Story

The run of corruption thrillers that have proven so popular at the Korean box office of late shows no signs of abating with The Prison, which takes the same themes that have populated works such as Inside Men and Veteran,...

INCOMING: Scott Adkins is Going to Space!

Production is underway in Serbia on the sci-fi action thriller Incoming. International action star Scott Adkins is part of the cast.    Incoming will be the directorial debut of Eric "Z" Zaragoza who has been an assistant director on a...

Punchy Punch Punch! THE NIGHT COMES FOR US Wraps! BUY BUST Begins!

There is good news for fans of the ol' hand to hand ultra violence on a pair of fronts this week. First up, you see that photo up above? That display of manly love comes to you courtesy of writer-director...

Gareth Evans' APOSTLE Picked up by Netflix

Deadline is reporting that Apostle, the upcoming period revenge flick from The Raid's Gareth Evans has been acquired by streaming giant Netflix. The film is set to begin production this April and stars Dan Stevens, Michael Sheen, Lucy Boynton, Bill...

Watch: Exclusive Interview with Cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto on Martin Scorsese's SILENCE

After more than 25 years, Martin Scorsese finally completed Silence last year, his adaptation of the homonymous Japanese novel written by Endo Shusaku and a real passion project for the master filmmaker behind other religious films such as The Last...

Crowdfund This: Indie Heroes Cult Epics Prepping Hardcover Guide To Cult Cinema

Cult Epics has long been one of our favorite home video distributors for their unwavering dedication to the darkest corners of upsetting and challenging cinema. From their releases of Radley Metzger's late '60s softcore masterpieces Score, The Lickerish Quartet, and...

FARGO Season Three Trailer Teaches Us That We Cannot Make Meth From Orange Juice

The absurd comic undertones that have always been part and parcel of Fargo - both the feature film and television series - continue to come farther to the fore in the new extended trailer for the upcoming third season and...

Trailer for LIMERENCE, When the Honeymoon Ends

Back in 2013, I saw and reviewed Adam Ciancio's feature debut Vessel, a intimate and intense film about a young man with voices in his head that he can't control. It was one of most impressive debuts I'd seen in...

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Trailer Plays The Hero Worship Card A Bit Strong

So, after a wave of poster art we've got a second trailer for the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming and what all is in there? That's a big check mark on the memorable villain fron with Michael Keaton looking strong as The...

Review: GHOST IN THE SHELL Deep Dives the Visual Freak Train

Updating a much loved anime classic like Ghost in the Shell was never going to be an easy task. There are fans to worry about, but also a general audience - warranted by the price tag of an ambitious sci-fi...

Have Your Say: Aggregate Review Scores Are Good / Bad

Director Brett Ratner made some waves last week, when he publicly stated his opinion about aggregate review scores. I quote from Entertainment Weekly's article about it: The worst thing that we have in today's movie culture is Rotten Tomatoes. I...

Single Take Thriller BROKEN MILE Picks up Canadian And U.S. Distribution

Broken Mile, a single take thriller from Toronto filmmaker Justin McConnell, has been picked up for distribution here at home in Canada and for our neighbours down below in America. Indiecan Entertainment acquired the Canadian rights while the American rights...