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Slamdance 2018 Review: HUMAN AFFAIRS, An Intimate Drama With Panoramic, Cosmic Scope

Human Affairs is nominally about the effect of an impending surrogate birth on the childless couple involved, but its title points to its far more panoramic scope. Bracketed by decades-spanning sequences of still photographs, Human Affairs visually and thematically places its three principal characters within...

Watch Delightful Sci-Fi Short EINSTEIN-ROSEN, Start Your Day with a Smile

Children are naturally curious about the world around them. And sometimes, the world that's not around them, a world that can't be seen. Sometimes, this gets them into the most hilarious trouble. In Olga Osorio's quirky and light-hearted short Einstein-Rosen,...

THE ROAD MOVIE: Not Your Typical Car Wash Request in This Exclusive Clip

Dmitrii Kalashnikov’s Russian dash cam movie, The Road Movie, opens in a bevy of US cinemas today. Oscilloscope is going all out for this release, their biggest theatrical run for any of their acquisitions, so we imagine there should be...

Sundance 2018: Listen To An Exclusive Song From Panos Cosmatos' MANDY

Beyond The Black Rainbow director Panos Cosmatos returns to the big screen tonight with the world premiere of his sophomore film, Mandy, at the Sundance Film Festival. And part of what that means is that the world is about to...

The New Trailer For RAAKSHAS Promises A Dark Fantasy In The Indian Jungle

2017 was kind of a light year for genre films in India. There were a few stand out productions, but the general mood in the country was pretty tense, and that seemed to lend itself more toward either dramas or...

DRIVING WHILE BLACK: Watch This Exclusive Clip From Award Winning Film

Each year I was in college I was pulled over or approached by local authorities and questioned. The best two were the one year they thought I was going to hold up a Tim Hortons at a highway rest stop...

PIN CUSHION: Trailer Premiere For The Quirky Acclaimed Drama

Director Deborah Haywood has won a lot of love for her quirky outsider drama Pin Cushion, including in these very pages. And with its festival tour continuing with a stop at the International Film Festival Rotterdam just around the corner,...

BEAST OF BURDEN Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe, Drug Runner, Flies Into Trouble

The conclusion of the Harry Potter film series freed up Daniel Radcliffe to be whatever he wanted to be as an actor and I've enjoyed much of what he's done since, even if the film itself wasn't always successful. The Woman...

BIRDS WITHOUT FEATHERS: Watch The Trailer For Quirky Slamdance Comedy

It promises to be (another) very strong year at the Slamdance Film Festival this year with a lineup packed solid with compelling new talent and idiosynchratic stories hoping to pull audiences up the hill from Sundance. And one of the...

THIS GIANT PAPIER MACHE BOULDER IS ACTUALLY REALLY HEAVY, And in US Cinemas Next Friday!

Christian Nicolson's indie throwback comedy This Giant Papier-Mâché Boulder Is Actually Really Heavy will be invading US cinemas on January 19th thanks to our friends at Parade Deck Films. If you have not caught any footage from this homage to...

SUMMER OF '84 Trailer: TURBO KID Collective Returns!

Filmmaking collective, RKSS, creator of 2015's Canadian cult hit Turbo Kid, are taking us back to the Summer of '84 in their next retro-fueled film. While it's impossible not to compare the film to recent nostalgia hits like Stranger Things...

BLACK CREEK: Watch The Trailer For Indie Supernatural Horror, on VOD This February

James Crow's indie supernatural horror Black Creek will be available on VOD on February 16th. The release comes courtesy of Freestyle Media and we have been reminded of the trailer which you may watch below.    After the untimely death...

HUMAN AFFAIRS: Watch This Clip From Charlie Birns' Slamdance Entry

Yesterday, a clip for Charlie Birns' Slamdance entry, the drama Human Affairs, premiered over at The Playlist. We can now share that clip from Birns' feature film debut with you below and it is very much worth checking out; such...

2047: VIRTUAL REVOLUTION Watch This Clip From The Indie Sci-fi, on DVD January 16th

Guy-Roger Duvert's sci-fi action indie flick 2047: Virtual Revolution will be released on DVD by Wide Eye Releasing. If you are a fan of all things Sci-fi, Action and independent productions this is likely worth checking out.    The winner...

68 KILL Blu-ray Review: Neo-Grindhouse Still Polarizes, Thrills

Back in August, I interviewed director Trent Haaga and actor (sometimes director) Matthew Gray Gubler at Fantasia for their new movie, 68 Kill. You can read that interview here and Josh Hurtado's review here. If you read both articles, you'll...

Oxford Film Festival Unveils 2018 Line Up

[Pictured above: a promo image of The Last Movie Star, with Burt Reynolds and Ariel Winter.] The Oxford Film Festival in Oxford, Mississippi has revealed the film schedule for its 15th edition today. The line up includes Adam Rifkin's latest, The...

Exclusive Clip: DELIRIUM, I Think This Is Blood

"I think this is blood." That is not something one usually wants to hear at any time in real life. Nonetheless, that's the line that grabs me in this exclusive clip from Delirium, a horror film that may begin slowly,...

Brighten Up Your Day Quickly, With SHORT BUT SWEET!

"A young hero has to embark on an epic quest to save a princess from an evil villain, all within an absurd short amount of time." That's the premise of Short but Sweet, a two-minute animation by Dutch director Junaid...

Svankmajer's INSECTS Trailer Sends Him Out The Way He Came In: Weird

When iconic Czech filmmaker and animator Jan Svankmajer launched a crowdfunding campaign for his latest effort, Insects (Hmyz), it was with the news that this would be the final film of Svankmajer's illustrious career. And if that ultimately proves to...

Review: DEVIL'S GATE, a Likable Mix of Horror, Mystery and Sci-Fi

I confess to a high level of appreciation for low-budget films that defy easy categorization, such as Devil's Gate. The opening sequence resembles that of a backwoods horror experience that will be grungy and nasty, leaving behind a trail of...