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Hot Docs 2017: Priests o' Plenty Ward Off Satan in Trailer For LIBERA NOS (DELIVER US)

It would appear that Satan is pulling double shifts over in Italy as the demand for exorcisms is on the rise. Bad news for him is that he has crappy taste in choosing a location to do it in as...

Mysterious THE MIST AND THE MAIDEN Teaser

Based on a novel by Lorenzo Silva, The Mist and the Maiden (La niebla y la doncella) investigates the mystery of a young man whose corpse is found in a forest. As the synopsis explains, the forest is located "on...

THE KING IN YELLOW INTERLUDES, Resurrected Nightmares Bound in Flesh And Blood

We have to go back almost ten years ago when we first wrote about an Italian production called The King in Yellow: Interludes. We were directed to a trailer from the micro budget production, a multimedia project inspired by the...

Imagine 2017 Review: MOLLY Wins You Over With Perseverance And Ingenuity

Dutch science fiction films are few and far between, so when the Imagine Film Festival announced the world premiere of Molly, I was intrigued to say the least. And indeed, Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese have managed to create a...

Tribeca 2017: SON OF SOFIA, Watch an Exclusive, Intriguing Clip

Set for its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, Son of Sofia appears to be a coming of age story that is told from a refreshing angle. Here's a synopsis: After her celebrated debut, The Eternal Return of Antonis...

Review: In Katell Quillévéré's HEAL THE LIVING, Heart Wins Over Brain

Quillévéré understands those connections and implies in Heal the Living in a cinematic way. Every movement in the film has to do with being alive. Every stillness implies death. She understands that death is part of life. We lose somebody close and feel like time is standing still- the camera movement becomes static. But we go on living again- and the camera moves again.

I REMEMBER YOU: Watch The Trailer For BLACK'S GAME Director's Horror Thriller

It was back in 2012 that Icelandic director Oskar Thor Axelsson burst on to the scene with crime thriller Black's Game. Boasting Nicolas Winding Refn as a producer Black's Game seemed to herald the arrival of a major new talent...

ALENA Trailer: Just Your Average Cutthroat Lesbian Schoolgirl Romance

Why do you do it? If you're rich and in power, why don't you just enjoy your privileged position and leave the rest of us alone? Nope. That's not good enough for you. You've got to make the less privileged...

THELMA: First Trailer For Joachim Trier's Supernatural Drama Impresses

Norwegian helmer Joachim Trier burst on to the scene with his 2006 feature debut Reprise and while he has had a tendency to keep audiences waiting a bit since then - sophomore effort Oslo, August 31st arrived five years later...

Alexander Nevsky's BLACK ROSE is Coming to America

It has taken a few years but Alexander Nevsky's action thriller Black Rose will find its way onto American shores thanks to ITN Distribution. ITN picked up North American rights for Nevsky's pic and will release it in cinemas on...

THE ASH LAD: Norwegian Folk Tale Comes To Life In Big Budget Family Fantasy

Director Mikkel Brænne Sandemose brings Norwegian folk tale The Ash Lad to life with his upcoming live action feature adaptation, bringing audiences a classic tale of a poor young man pitted against overwhelming supernatural forces. Espen “Ash Lad”, a poor...

Review: LITTLE HARBOUR Docks Coming-of-Age Adventure and Psychological Portrait

Iveta Grófová´s sophomore feature Little Harbour offers coming-of-age adventure for children and psychological drama for their parents

Aliens Arrive In Turkey. It Doesn't Go Well.

There's something charmingly lo-fi about the special effects in the just arrived teaser for Turkish scifi comedy Kolonya Cumhuriyeti and while the comedy is - typically for Turkey - very, very broad, there's just something about the jittery rubber fingers...

Turkish SciFi Comedy ARIF V 216 Continues The GORA Universe!

It was back in 2004 that Turkish writer and star Cem Yilmaz caught our attention with his very silly - and very fun - scifi comedy G.O.R.A. The story of a Turkish carpet salesman kidnapped by extraterrestrials and plunged into...

Interview: Alice Lowe Talks PREVENGE

Following a U.S. premiere screening at SXSW this month, Alice Lowe's Prevenge (review) was praised as a chilling slasher with a pitch-black comedic bent. It was written and directed by Lowe who also starred in the film while pregnant with her first...

Review: THE DEATH OF LOUIS XIV, Grisly Business, Even for the King of France

Death is a grisly business. It comes to all of us. Even if you happen to be the King of France, who's been reigning for 72 years. All the documented evidence indicates Louis XIV died of gangrene on his leg...

ROBIN: First Look At The Trailer For LFO Director's Dark Thriller Arrives

Director Antonio Tublen won a lot of fans in these parts with his quirky microbudget scifi comic thriller LFO and we've been anxiously awaiting word on his next effort - the upcoming dark psychological thriller Robin -  since we ran...

Luc Besson Returns to Euro Space Opera with Epic VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS Trailer

STX Films have released the first full trailer for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Luc Besson's $180 million dollar return to big sci-fi filmmaking. To say Besson's Europa Corp. has a lot riding on Valerian would be...

Crowdfund This: Indie Heroes Cult Epics Prepping Hardcover Guide To Cult Cinema

Cult Epics has long been one of our favorite home video distributors for their unwavering dedication to the darkest corners of upsetting and challenging cinema. From their releases of Radley Metzger's late '60s softcore masterpieces Score, The Lickerish Quartet, and...

WOLFWALKERS: Watch The Full Proof Of Concept Trailer For Tomm Moore's Next!

It was just a week ago that we shared the first proof of concept teaser for Song of the Sea and The Secret Of Kells director Tomm Moore's latest animated feature, Wolfwalkers. Moore is co-directing this one with his Song...