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Post-Apocalypse! Synthesizers! Watch NIGHTSATAN AND THE LOOPS OF DOOM Short Now!

We've been following the post-apocalyptic action adventure short Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom for some time because it's just a lot of fun. And now you can watch the complete short film, before it becomes a feature. Here's the...

Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: THE YOUNG OFFENDERS Elevates a Comic Tale With Fresh Honesty

Rowdy, raucous, and rude, The Young Offenders is a blast of adolescence without angst, a juvenile movie that is surprisingly cheerful, even as its young heroes straddle the thin line between criminality and, well, not being a straight-up criminal. Conor...

Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: THE HIGH FRONTIER Tests the Borders of Tension

Baby, it's cold outside. The family at the heart of The High Frontier (original title: Na granicy) doesn't feel very warm toward each other, though. As the movie begins and a father and his two sons drive deeper and deeper...

Review: In BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, Looks Aren't Everything

In the 21st century, how is one to present a fairy tale? There are stories ripe with opportunity to create great visual, frequently with lots of action, but the stereotyping, themes, and gender representation can be a bit tricky in...

Danish Animation RONAL THE BARBARIAN Getting a Chinese Live-Action

It is just so crazy it might work. Variety reported earlier today that Chinese studio Twinkie (yes) have bought the remake rights for the 2011 Danish animated feature Ronal the Barbarian.    “That’s totally awesome. I really hope they will...

VIKING: Second Trailer For Russian Historical Epic Lays Waste While Laying Out The Story

Nearly a year ago - back in November of 2015 - we were smacked upside the head by the trailer for Andrey Kravchuk's Viking, a new historical epic from the producers of the international hit Night Watch movies. Thought that...

THE WINDMILL: Key Art For The Dutch Slasher, Coming This October

Nick Jongerius' slasher flick The Windmill just had it's World Premiere at Fright Fest London and it looks like it will make another stop at the equally famed Sitges film festival. Where it goes from there into the rest of...

Imagination Fuels INVASION DAY

Invasion Day is an impressive new sci-fi short from a troupe of French directors Vincent De Bellis, Milos Eratostene, Terence Guilpin, Léo Lefebvre, Raphael Leylavergne, Arthur Loiseau, Mohamed Oumoumad and Dimitri Trouvé. It was made as their graduation project for...

One Week Of L'Etrange In Under Two Minutes

French genre festival L'Etrange is in full swing now and having crossed the one week mark of this year's edition they've just released a video of highlights so those of us not there can get a wee taste. Cult icon...

Watch The Hilariously Grotesque Teaser For THE ABSENCE OF EDDY TABLE!

How long does animation take? Well, it was all the way back in January of 2013 - i.e. a very, very long time ago - that we first brought word of The Absence Of Eddy Table, the Rune Spaans directed...

Toronto 2016 Review: Bulgarian Drama GODLESS Depicts Moral Decay in an Eastern European Dystopia

Ralitza Petrova, an emerging filmmaker from Bulgaria, unveiled her powerful debut outing Godless recently at the Locarno Film Festival, where she ended up standing in the spotlight and holding the Golden Leopard award. She thus joined the ranks of talented...

Watch The L'Etrange 2016 Festival Trailer

Epic sized French genre film festival L'Etrange is now under way in Paris with a heaping selection of the best of the strangest from around the world. And while we may not be able to fly you over there to...

LEGEND OF KOLOVRAT: Watch The Trailer For This Russian Epic

Dang. Russians make some prudy cinema, don't they? It is no wonder that they do not make the international festival rounds. Bet these look good on a big screen.    Take a look at this trailer for an upcoming historical...

Toronto 2016: Watch The Trailer And Clip From The Icelandic Thriller THE OATH

The Oath, the latest film from Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur (Everest and Jar City) is coming to TIFF this weekend. We have a trailer and a clip from the film to share with you.    The Oath marks the first time...

Review: THE WILD LIFE, A Mild Belgian Take on ROBINSON CRUSOE

The English-language title of a new animated film from Belgium is a play on words that is only accurate in the most literal terms possible. Gentle and good-hearted as it is, The Wild Life is clearly targeted at patient young...

Review: DEMON, A Ghost Story of a Different Colour

Anything you try to bury will come back to haunt you. And as many times as you bury it, it will come back, and no doubt hurt those you least want to see hurt. The past can never be escaped,...

28 PANFILOV: Second Trailer Arrives For Impressive Russian War Picture

It was back in November that we brought the first trailer for upcoming Russian war picture 28 Panfilov. Produced by game developer Gaijin and financed largely through a crowd funding effort, the film is based on newspaper accounts of the...

Review: KLOWN FOREVER, Smashing Through the 'Forbidden' Sign With Great Glee

Tragedy is easy. Comedy is hard. And making a comedy sequel is impossible Four years ago, Klown (original Danish title: Klovn) blew into worldwide cinematic consciousness as a wickedly funny, perversely smutty, and utterly original comedy. Born on a television...

Toronto 2016 Exclusive: WITHOUT NAME Teaser and Poster, Ethereal and Mysterious

Our exclusive teaser for Without Name is very much a tease, suggesting a rich, ethereal and mysterious environment without giving away plot details. For that, we have this: Synopsis: Land surveyor Eric, alienated from urban existence and those who love...

Helsinki Explodes in FLOWERS OF EVIL Trailer

While Finnish director Antti J. Jokinen has spent years working with high profile musicians like Beyoncé, Missy Elliot, Shania Twain, Korn and many others, he's also been working steadily under the radar as a feature film director. After his only...