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Now on Blu-ray: ALL THE COLOURS OF THE DARK Shines In HD From Shameless Films

Jane is a tragedy magnet. Plagued by the murder of her mother in her childhood and the recent loss of her unborn child in a car accident, Jane is beset by trippy nightmares that seem to foretell her own impending...

Watch Sci-Fi Short THEY WILL ALL DIE IN SPACE, Because Otherwise You Will

Spanish director Javier Chillon establishes a properly fatalistic mood for his short film They Will All Die in Space simply with its title, but still, questions remain. Who are they? How will they die? And why? Watch the extremely well-crafted...

Jackie Chan's THE FOREIGNER Gets Brooding U.S. Trailer to Go With Poster

UPDATED: The first trailer has now dropped, and, frankly, it looks terrific, with a brooding and very somber Jackie Chan integrated well into the drama and, of course, the action. Watch the trailer below. We've also added three new stills....

Exclusive: Take to the Skies with André Hedetoft's SPACE PIRATES

Last we heard from André Hedetoft (co-writer-director of Origin) he was working on something called Finns Här Några Snälla Barn or as you might remember it: “Pippi Longstocking with zombies!” While that film is still very much on track, aiming...

Review: Bertrand Tavernier's MY JOURNEY THROUGH FRENCH CINEMA Proves to Be an Invaluable Resource Guide

Obviously My Journey Through French Cinema is a lot to take in one sitting. It's also a goldmine for any cinephiles as an invaluable resource guide. Tavernier is doing us a great service here through his experience as a cinephile and a filmmaker. I am eager to check out more films that are featured in this documentary for years to come.

Rare Uncut 35mm Print of Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA Discovered! US Tour Imminent

Fans of Dario Argento's witchy masterpiece, Suspiria, have a couple of reasons to be excited in the coming months. Not only is the film currently being prepared for home video release by cult film restoration and preservation experts Synapse Films,...

Undead Girl Meets Blind Boy In First Images From THE DARK

Director Justin P Lange looks positioned to make a bit of a splach with his debut feature The Dark, a character driven horror tale that aims to put a unique spin on the zombie mythos. Having stayed under the radar...

Review: THE ORNITHOLOGIST, A Wildly Imaginative, Absurdist Queer Cinema

The increasing absurdity, punctuated by beautiful images of nature, this leisurely paced film is an intoxicating mix of madcap imagination and sensory cinematic experience that is truly hard to forget. It would make a great threesome with Christophe Honoré's Metamorphoses and Alain Giuradie's Staying Vertical as examples of recent playful, eccentric and adventurous queer cinema at its best.

Criterion in September 2017: FESTIVAL, THE PIANO TEACHER, REBECCA and More

A varied bag of goodies await fans of the Criterion Collection in September. Digging back into the musical thrills of the mid-1960s, Murray Lerner's documentary Festival examines the Newport Folk Festival from 1963-1966, when the very idea of "folk music"...

Animated HAPPY FAMILY Trailer: Friendly Monster Transformation

A teaser for the animated adventure Happy Family was released a couple months ago and now the sparkling full trailer has dropped. It concerns an unhappy family that is transformed into monsters. The English voice cast is stellar: Emily Watson,...

Full Neuchatel 2017 Lineup Announced And It's A Doozy!

Strap in, European genre film fans, because the 2017 edition of the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival have announced their complete lineup and it is a doozy. There is absolutely loads to dive into here - everything from a Miike...

Impressive Russian SciFi Short THE PASSENGER Teased

Russian director Egor Abramenko has long been a favorite in these parts - a quick search of our archive will turn up a number of his previous works - but has largely been out of our view in recent days....

BLACK RING Interview: Hasan Can Dagli On the Making of His Award-Winning Short

Currently enjoying its Japanese premiere at Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia, where it represents Turkey in the international competition along with 35 other films, is Hasan Can Dagli’s Black Ring, an ominous genre short about a photo shoot that...

Review: LOST IN PARIS, Somewhere Between Whimsy, Winsome and Wonderful

The latest collaboration between Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon is a delicate, breezy and entirely endearing comic tale of love and kinship. Herewith I will admit to my shameful, total ignorance of the couple's previous features, L'iceberg (2005), Rumba (2008)...

EDIE Trailer: Sheila Hancock Climbs a Mountain in Scotland

Mutant Chronicles and Lighthouse director Simon Hunter is back after a long hiatus with a new film, this time not a genre piece, but a poignant drama about aging and redemption called Edie. Based on an original idea by Hunter,...

Now on Blu-ray: FRANTZ Tears Apart Grief and Separates Sadness

A delicate orchestra of grief, Francois Ozon's Frantz is a somber affair, but also an affecting and piercing drama. Paula Beer stars as Anna, a young woman who lives in a small town in Germany some time after the conclusion...

Slovak Thriller Crosses THE LINE In First Trailer

Since the split of Czechoslovakia, Slovak cinema has lived somewhat in the shadow of the better funded Czech industry but director Peter Bebjak may very well be drawing some international attention with upcoming Slovak crime thriller The Line (Ciara). Soon...

Review: MOKA, a Subtle Revenge Thriller on the Shores of Lake Geneva

Moka is a well acted, low-key but impactful revenge thriller for the fans of neo-noir.

THE DOUBLE FACE: Full Trailer Arrives For Belgian Thriller

Erik Van Looy's 2003 thriller The Memory Of A Killer (also known as The Alzheimer Case in English, or De Zaak Alzheimer in the original language) introduced much of the world to the works of local crime novelist Jef Geeraerts...

Trip Out With The International Trailer For Studio 4c Animated MUTAFUKAZ

We've been keeping an eye on French originated, Japanese animated feature film Mutafukaz around these parts for a while now. Created by the team behind Wakfu and animated by acclaimed Studio 4c (Mind Game, Tekkon Kinkreet, Animatrix) information has been...