Ken Russell's LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM, Bob Balaban's PARENTS Coming Home In January From Vestron Video

Lionsgate's superb Vestron Video Collector's Series continues the upcoming January 2017 with classics from Ken Russell and Bob Balaban. We've previously reviewed their introductory titles, Blood Diner and Chopping Mall, and if those releases are anything like these new ones,...

Holy Shit! In KONG: SKULL ISLAND, The Ape Is Just The Beginning.

Tonight on ABC's Jimmy KImmel Live, Kong: Skull Island star Tom Hiddleston unveiled the new trailer for the massive monster movie I'm most excited about. There has been a lot of talk about the melding of worlds between Kong and...

Kimura Takuya Cannot Die In Miike's BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL Teaser

Another day, another project from one of Japan's most prolific and talented directors, Miike Takashi. His latest project is an adaptation of Samura Hiraoki's manga Blade of the Immortal (Mugen no Jūnin). The manga, which ran in serial form beginning...

Blu-ray Review: Severin Films' BURIAL GROUND, the Definitive Look at a Gut-Munching Gore Feast

If you're a Burial Ground fan, this is definitely the disc to own. Great image quality and comprehensive bonus materials make this an easy recommendation.

Blu-ray Review: Berlanga's THE EXECUTIONER, A Satirical Masterpiece

The Executioner is the story of an undertaker who falls in love with the daughter of an executioner and who is then forced to take over for his father-in-law when the elder ages out of service.

Review: CRD, An Ethereal Exercise In Art Vs. Artifice

CRD is one hell of a feature from director Kranti Kanade. The film utilizes more film techniques in its 100 minutes than most directors do in an entire career.

Ram Gopal Varma Announces NUCLEAR, A Massive International Co-Production

Ram Gopal Varma (RGV), long one of India's most notorious filmmakers, has announced via his social media pages that his next project will be Nuclear, an international co-production. RGV is currently shooting the third part of his Sarkar trilogy and...

4K Restoration Of Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA To Screen In Berlin. Check Out The Trailer Here!

Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA has a new trailer for its upcoming 4K restoration

ON THE SETS OF BAAHUBALI, An Incredible VR Experience of India's Biggest Film Ever

In the summer of 2015, SS Rajamouli's epic period adventure Baahubali took the Indian box office by storm, quickly becoming the highest grossing Indian film ever. It wasn't only the Indian box office that felt the heat, the film also...

Review: KAASHMORA, A Colossal Waste of Potential and Energy

Look. I'm no dummy. I know better than to be suckered into marketing schemes for upcoming films, especially when those films are coming out of India. I know that when I see an amazing trailer, or a clip of some...

Now on Blu-ray: Early Kitanos VIOLENT COP, BOILING POINT and KIDS RETURN

The last year has been great for Kitano Takeshi fans. While the director's recent output hasn't exactly set the world on fire outside of his two Outrage films, home video collectors have encountered a wealth of treasures as his early...

Teaser Time! Usman Riaz's THE GLASSWORKER From Pakistan's First Animation Studio

Of all the thousands of movies I've seen in my life, I can say that this is the first time I've ever seen Pakistani animation, and I'm happy to say that it looks pretty damn solid. I've tried to keep...

Exclusive: Check Out The Terrifying Poster For NAILS From Director Dennis Bartok

We have your first look at the poster for Dennis Bartok's new horror film, Nails.

Trailer Time: Sujoy Ghosh and Vidya Balan Return in KAHAANI 2

Director Sujoy Ghosh and actress Vidya Balan are back this winter with Kahaani 2, the sequel to their hit thriller Kahaani from 2012.  When Kahaani was released, it was a major surprise hit at the Indian box office and eventually...

Blu-ray Review: DEAD END DRIVE-IN, Punks, Classic Cars and Explosions From Brian Trenchard-Smith

Director Brian Trenchard-Smith is a giant among men when it comes to exploitation cinema. The director, a British transplant to the Land of Oz, is responsible for some of the most incredible examples of Ozploitation that the island has to...

DVD Review: PHOBE: THE XENOPHOBIC EXPERIMENTS Is The Canadian Sci-Fi Classic You Never Knew You Couldn't Live Without

Erica Benedikty's Phobe: The Xenophobic Experiments is the kind of film that should not work. A high concept science-fiction action film made on a $250 budget in 1994, Phobe is a marvel of the DIY spirit that astonishingly built itself...

Busan 2016 Review: HOTEL SALVATION Finds Rebirth in the Pursuit of Death

Daya is ready to shuffle off this mortal coil. The 77-year old patriarch of a middle class Indian family suffers from recurring nightmares. After one such episode, he bluntly declares to his family that he is ready to die. His...

Trailer Time: Tamil Cinema Goes Medieval In KAASHMORA

Last year's Telugu period action film Baahubali broke every box office record in the book upon its release. This year it looks like the Tamil film industry is trying to get in on the act with the pending release of...

Cronenberg Fans Rejoice! Classics RABID and DEAD RINGERS Coming to Blu-ray From Scream Factory

It's been a great couple of years for fans of Canadian body-horror pioneer David Cronenberg. While I've not been terribly impressed with his contemporary work, I have been pleased at the wealth of re-releases of his classic work on Blu-ray...

Now on Blu-ray: Takeshi Kitano's A SCENE AT THE SEA Remains A Minor Masterpiece

Third Window Films continues their collection of Takeshi Kitano Blu-rays with a revisit of his 1991 film, A Scene at the Sea. At the time Kitano was still seen largely as a comeic performer and his first two films started...