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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,...

BLOODLANDS: Watch The Trailer For The First Albanian Horror Film

While the concept of the blood feud may not be unique to Albania, with variations present in several parts of the world, few have latched on to it as strongly as there. Played out in real life it's a...

THE PASSING Team Return With Welsh TV Crime Drama HIDDEN (CRAITH)

We have been big fans of the Welsh duo of director Gareth Bryn and writer-producer Ed Talfan around here for quite some time now. The pair of them are responsible for the arty, Welsh language ghost story The Passing and...

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...

The DANGER 5 Team Invites You To Marvel At The Wonders Of THE AUSTRALIAN WILDERNESS

Long necked koala's, pizza snakes and sexy crocodiles are all part of a day in The Australian Wilderness according to Dario Russo and David Ashby. Best known as the creators of cult comedy hit Danger 5 the duo have just...

Review: KALEIDOSCOPE Is Beautiful and Fragmented

Lots of mentally fragile guys are obsessed with their mothers, especially when it comes to cinematic tropes. Of course, there's Psycho, a giant of a film and a close cousin to Rupert Jones' debut feature, Kaleidoscope. Out today on VOD...

Blu-ray Review: Terry Gilliam's JABBERWOCKY on Criterion, Vital, Promising, More Quirky Than Funny

Surprise! The delightful, self-deprecating audio commentary by Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin is what sold me on Jabberwocky, a very British film loosely inspired by Lewis Carroll's poem. Released in the U.K. and the U.S. in April 1977 -- two...

Guy Pearce And Kylie Minogue Go On A SWINGING SAFARI

The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert director Stephan Elliott reunites former daytime soap co-stars Guy Pearce and Kylie Minogue - who had early success on Australian hit Neighbors before going on to international success - for upcoming 1970s...

Blu-ray Review: RED CHRISTMAS Kills

I first saw Red Christmas at Fantasia in 2016, and then again in September 2017 at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival. Star Dee Wallace (Cujo, E.T.) was in attendance at both festivals, but it was at HIFF where she gave an impassioned...

Review: JUNGLE, Daniel Radcliffe Gets Lost

First comes sheer human panic, then the growl of a wild animal. Seeking change in his life after completing three years of service in the Israeli Navy, Yossi Ghinsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) ends up in Bolivia, South America, in search of...

Review: THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER, Strange, Cold and Horrifying

Human beings can be kind, generous, and loving. But they can also be self-indulgent, vicious, and cruel. We all want to believe that, under certain circumstances, we would sacrifice and fight for the lives of our loved ones. But would...

NEKROMANCER: Monica Bellucci Joins New Film From WYRMWOOD Duo

In case you missed it Deadline reported this past weekend that Monica Bellucci has signed on to star in Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner's new film, Nekromancer. She joins Ben O’Toole (Detroit and Hacksaw Ridge) and Tess Haubrich (Alien: Covenant and...

Trailer: BAD DAY FOR THE CUT Delivers Bloody Vengeance to the Irish Countryside

A violent revenge thriller cut from the same cloth as Jeremy Saulnier's Blue Ruin and Shane Meadows' Dead Man's Shoes, Chris Baugh's Bad Day For The Cut has been garnering strong word of mouth since its debut at Sundance back...

Blu-ray Review: THE DEVIL'S CANDY Continues to Rock

Out today on Blu-ray and DVD from Scream Factory, The Devil's Candy, is Sean Byrne's hard-rocking horror flick. You may have seen that we've given a lot of support to this film, and that's simply because it's awesome. You can read Todd's...

Blu-ray Review: A DARK SONG Soars

Scream Factory is an awesome imprint and they show no signs of slowing down with their superb releases. To that end, the horror distribution arm of Shout! Factory has recently released the festival hit A Dark Song, which toured the circuit...

ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE: Watch The Trailer For Scottish Zom-Com Musical

Scottish zom-com-musical Anna and the Apocalypse will have its world premiere at Fantastic Fest on Friday before moving on to Sitges. Deadline just premiered the trailer so here we are, sharing it with you now. The zom-com musical is based...

RABBIT: Trailer Premiere For The Aussie Psychological Thriller

Luke Shanahan's feature debut, Rabbit is beginning to reach out into the international film festival circuit. In the coming weeks Rabbit will play at Fantastic Fest and it was just picked up by Sitges in Spain.    Almost a year after...

Toronto 2017: Watch This Clip From Brian O'Malley's THE LODGERS

The world premiere of Brian O'Malley's gothic horror flick The Lodgers has just bowed here in Toronto. And while we wait for word to trickle out of the screening a clip from the flick was dropped earlier today which you...

Aardman Animation's EARLY MAN Delights With New Trailer

Nick Park, the Oscar winning creator of Wallace and Gromit, directs his first film since 2008's short A Matter of Loaf and Death with Aardman's new animated feature Early Man. Featuring an all-star cast of British thesps, including Eddie Redmayne,...

Toronto 2017: Watch The Dark And Eerie Trailer For Brian O'Malley's THE LODGERS

Wtih the world premiere of Brian O'Malley's The Lodgers coming up on Friday here in Toronto the trailer for the Gothic horror flick was released over at Deadline. Have a look and tell us what you think.    The Lodgers...