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Watch New HOUNDS OF LOVE Trailer, But Only If You're Brave

Lasting just 60 seconds, a new trailer for Hounds of Love somehow manages to disturb and unsettle on a subatomic level.    True, trailers are meant to sell potential viewers and may not necessarily represent the movie as a whole....

Review: A DARK SONG, Digging Into the Lonely Heart of the Occult

All deaths are hard to deal with, but I would argue there is nothing worse than losing your child (after all, a parent is not supposed to outlive their children). Certainly, when we lose a loved one of any kind,...

Crowdfund This: DEVIL WOMAN Unleashes Nature's Wrath

Australian filmmaker Heidi Lee Douglas is looking for support from fans of socially conscious genre cinema to help bring her latest vision to the screen. Building off her successful first films, the Gothic short, Little Lamb, Little Lamb and the...

Anya Beyersdorf Discovers HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN

We've been keeping a close eye on Anya Beyersdorf in these pages for some time now, greatly impressed by her ability to blend elements of the fantastic with gritty social realism in short films Vampir, Gayby and Headroom. And Beyersdorf...

Watch Creepy Short ABDULLAH, Enjoy Death Waltz Recording

One of the joys of programming short films is seeing how they travel the world, engaging with diverse audiences, and eventually becoming available for everyone to enjoy. Such is the case with Abdullah, written and directed by Evrim Ersoy (currently...

70s Rewind: ZARDOZ, Much More Than Sean Connery Running Around in a Loincloth

James Bond running around in a loincloth. That may be the singular image that comes to mind when Zardoz is mentioned. If another image pops, it's likely "giant statue of a head flying through the air." Out of context, the...

GETAWAY DRIVER: Hold on to Your Pug in This Short Film by Abner Pastoll

Take a couple minutes out of your day to enjoy some top shelf stunt driving in Abner Pastoll's two minute short film Getaway Driver.    The UK director of Road Games and the upcoming A Good Woman in Hard to...

PILGRIMAGE: Tom Holland And Jon Bernthal Spread Faith And Spill Blood in First Trailer

To those of you out there who like their action cinema bathed with the blood of their Saviour AND its victims have we got a trailer for you. Behold action brethren and sistren, the trailer for Brendan Muldowney's period action...

Review: FREE FIRE, Bullet-riddled Mayhem From Beginning to End

At about 15 minutes into Ben Wheatley’s sixth feature film Free Fire, it becomes pretty clear we're probably not leaving this room anytime soon. But that is totally cool. This bold storytelling gambit works because Wheatley and his collaborators (notably...

6 DAYS: Watch Jamie Bell, Mark Strong And Abbie Cornish In First Trailer For Iranian Hostage Crisis Drama

On April 30, 1980 six armed men stormed the Iranian Embassy in London, holding everyone inside hostage for six days of escalating tension that played out live on national television with the Thatcher government eager to publicly demonstrate their hardline...

RED: Listen To A Track From The Soundtrack Of Cate Blanchett Starring Short

Australian director Del Kathryn Barton turned heads around the world with visually stunning short film Red, no doubt helped greatly in that endeavor by the presence of Cate Blanchett as one of the leads. You should note here, of course,...

THE OSIRIS CHILD: Full Trailer Arrives For Shane Abbess' Old School Sci-Fi Spectacle

There's an obvious love for old school pulp serials on display in Shane Abbess' scifi spectacle The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One. The title itself is a deliberate nod to old dime store adventure novels and that anything goes...

Review: THE LEVELLING, Intense and Moving Portrait of Family Grief

Social realism has always been the cornerstone of British cinema; the lives of the working classes  have been a mainstay for UK filmmakers for decades. In recent years, both the creators of these films, and the subjects, are increasingly women;...

A DARK SONG U.S. Trailer: Bracing, Disturbing, Unnerving

A new trailer for Liam Gavin's A Dark Song is intended to promote the film's upcoming U.S. release, but instead it has ruined my day. That's because it reminds me of my first viewing of the movie, when it made...

New BERLIN SYNDROME Trailer: Skin, Get Ready to Crawl

Watching the new trailer for Berlin Syndrome made me feel distinctly uncomfortable. Teresa Palmer stars as an Australian photojournalist who falls for an apparently charming man (Max Riemelt) while on vacation in Europe. After a night of (presumed) romance, she...

Trailer for LIMERENCE, When the Honeymoon Ends

Back in 2013, I saw and reviewed Adam Ciancio's feature debut Vessel, a intimate and intense film about a young man with voices in his head that he can't control. It was one of most impressive debuts I'd seen in...

The TOP KNOT DETECTIVE Delivers A New Trailer! And A Pack Of Smokes!

It was back in 2015 that we first wrote about the Top Knot Detective. Also known by the more literal title of Deductive Reasoning Ronin, Top Knot Detective was a cult Japanese television series explored in a documentary TV series...

Meet The Characters Of EMO THE MUSICAL In New Teasers

Still fresh from its international premiere in Berlin and edging up on its Australian theatrical release, a series of character teasers have arrived online for Neil Triffett's Emo The Musical. A major crowd pleaser when it played in both the...

AnarchyVision: TRAINSPOTTING 2, GOON 2 and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Two sequels and a remake (aka, new normal) yet still some surprises this week - a look at Disney's live action Beauty and the Beast, T2: Trainspotting and Goon: Last of the Enforcers....

MINDHORN: Julian Barratt Can See The Truth In Trailer For UK Cult Comedy

The Mighty Boosh and Nathan Barley star Julian Barratt stars as the greatest detective who has never actually existed in upcoming UK comedy Mindhorn. Barratt and his former Boosh cohort Simon Farnaby wrote the screenplay for this one and their...