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Vestron Video to Bring The WISHMASTER Series to Blu-ray March 28

Lionsgate Home Video's specialty imprint Vestron Video Collector's Series continues it's impressive collection of home video releases with the upcoming Wishmaster series of films on Blu-ray. This is a series of films that I have to admit I have never...

STAR WARS EPISODE VIII Title Revealed, THE LAST JEDI!

The title for the next Star Wars saga film has just been revealed. The Last Jedi.  The Last Jedi was written and directed by Rian Johnson and picks up where The Force Awakens left off, with Rey finding Luke Skywalker,...

Watch: Vidyut Jamwal's COMMANDO 2 Trailer Kicks Your Ass All Over The Place

Indian action star Vidyut Jamwal is poised to become Asia's next martial arts superhero, and the trailer for his new film, Commando 2: The Black Money Trail, is one hell of a calling card. Four years ago Jamwal burst onto...

SOHO JIMBO: Watch The Kung Fu Comedy Short Now

Last week we introduced you to a fantastic short film, a kung fu comedy short called Soho Jimbo, by way of a short teaser.    A wanderer plays two rivaling triad gangs against each other in their bitter war for...

Review: A PATCH OF FOG Dramatizes the Discomfort of Strangers

Exhausted by the travails of celebrity, a writer wants to retire. This in itself is a strange proposition. Writers want to write -- need to write -- and the idea of retirement is usually only entertained by those who are...

Slamdance 2017 Review: WEATHER HOUSE Roofs Absurdism and Minimalism For Timely Allegory

The initial setup of Weather House, the directorial feature debut by Frauke Havemann (co-directed by Erik Schefter) remains basic throughout the whole duration of the film. A group of people whose relations are not disclosed and who could easily be...

Slamdance 2017 Review: AEROTROPOLIS, An Elegantly Made Portrait of (Sub)Urban Alienation

Li Jheng-neng's debut feature is an elegant, microbudget vision of urban/suburban anomie, which has qualities that will be familiar to intrepid art filmgoers, especially those conversant with the films of Li's fellow Taiwanese countryman Tsai Ming-liang.

Slamdance 2017 Review: WITHDRAWN Maxes Out its Miserabilism for Introspection

Aaron (Aaron Keogh), who left his mother's home, lives with Adrian in a basement-like apartment that permits each of them to live their own lives, clean their clothes, make their food, watch never-ending conspiracy videos and tutorials on Youtube, as...

Slamdance 2017 Review: WEXFORD PLAZA, A Small Slice Of Real Life

Wexford Plaza plays out its story on a small and intimate scale, a picture of suburban life which probably repeats itself in many an abandoned strip mall. Joyce Wong didn't feel the need to go big, and this affecting little slice of life is all the better for it.

Sundance 2017 Review: I DON'T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE, One Hell of a Ride

Most of us met Macon Blair onscreen as a the bearded, disheveled lead of Blue Ruin. Homeless and hapless, the character soon evolved into one of the more startling and indelible in indie cinema, a bravado performance that justifiably gained...

More Madness Than You Can Shake A Stick At In Flying Lotus' KUSO Trailer

It was just last week that Screen Anarchy premiered the poster for Sundance selected bit of weirdness Kuso, noting at the time that the imagery was - to put it mildly - a little bit odd. Well, you aint seen...

BELLFLOWER Team Returns With Deliberate Cult Oddity CHUCK HANK AND THE SAN DIEGO TWINS

Actor-director Evan Glodell made an enormous splash with his indie darling Bellflower. Essentially a millennial romantic drama with a Mad Max car fetish, Bellflower marked the arrival not just of Glodell but of the fiercely independent company / collective that...

AMERICAN FABLE Trailer Dreams Up an Unsettling Rural Fantasy

If a dark fairy tale rooted in reality sounds right up your alley, you may want to check out writer-director Anne Hamilton’s debut film. Set during the farm crisis that plagued many American families in the 1980s, American Fable finds an...

RAW Clip Welcomes Aspiring Vets With Bloody Hazing Ritual

By now you might have heard a thing or two about Raw, a film that lapped up awards left and right on the international film festival circuit and even left some early audiences in a queasy state of shock. Julia...

I DON'T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE Trailer: People Are Assholes

Macon Blair is best known to audiences for his incredible performances in Jeremy Saulnier's films (Blue Ruin, Green Room). Given their work, it seems fitting that Blair would eventually get behind the camera. His directorial debut (which premieres at Sundance...

COLOSSAL Trailer: Anne Hathaway Has a Monster Problem

In Nacho Vigalondo's latest, Colossal, Anne Hathaway discovers that catastrophic events across the world caused by a giant rampaging monster are somehow connected to the mental breakdown from which she's suffering. I have been a massive fan of everything Vigalondo...

More Exclusives Hit Shudder in February

Horror streaming service Shudder continues to grow their collection with classic shockers and a number of fantastic exclusives. From the trippy French mini-series Beyond the Walls (which I loved) to Rob Zombie's killer clown extravoganza, 31, their offerings since coming to Canada...

Review: THE RED TURTLE, Gorgeous and Seriously Emotional

Human emotions can be fragile, unpredictable things. However, they can sometimes also be pretty damned predictable. Show someone a kitten and they'll feel an emotional pang. Show a human going through the stages of life from youth to life's logical...

THE FIELD GUIDE TO EVIL Gathers Ancient Tales From Around The World

If you, like me, have an interest in dark folklore from around the world then it turns out that you have a shared interest with The ABCs Of Death producers Tim League and Ant Timpson who are revisiting the horror...

SOHO JIMBO: Watch The Trailer For The Kung Fu Comedy Short

Leading into Chinese New Year filmmaker Chris Chung will release his kung fu comedy short Soho Jimbo next Monday. To give you a taste of what Chung and his crew cooked up here is the trailer.    A wanderer plays...