From The Editors

Australia Korean Fest 2019: Celebrating Ten Years of KOFFIA

The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) celebrates ten years this year, powered by the Cultural Office, the festival is a wonderful initiative to showcase not only great films, but promote Korean culture as a whole. With exciting special guests...

TRICK: RLJE Films Picks up New Film From MY BLOODY VALENTINE's Patrick Lussier

With the impending end of Summer comes the anticipation of the horror-day season in October, and RLJE Films is looking to play a part in your Halloween celebrations.      They picked up Patrick Lussier's masked killer flick Trick the...

CANDY CORN: Check Out The New Poster And Trailer For September Release From Epic Pictures And DREAD

Epic Pictures and DREAD are releasing Josh Hasty's Halloween-Horror flick Candy Corn next month. Just in time for the horror-day season, Candy Corn stars a bevy of horror alumni: P.J. Soles, Tony Todd, Courtney Gains, and Pancho Moler. You will find...

GOOD BOYS Review: Crude Laugh Riot Has a Big Heart

The coolest kid in school, Soren, invites Max to a kissing party and the girl that he pines for, Brixlee, will be there. Trouble is, Max and neither of his friends, Lucas and Thor, know how to kiss girls. When...

Friday One Sheet: A HIDDEN LIFE

You are always guaranteed a great poster for the films of Terrence Malick. A Hidden Life premiered at Cannes in May, but here is a teaser poster for its Toronto International Film Festival screening. Set in World War II, and...

Review: GWEN, Bleakness and Betrayal in the Welsh Hinterland

The clouds never seem to leave the sky in the peaks of Wales; the wind is almost constant, either in a slow track or relentless howls; and even moments of beauty found in the craggy low mountains hide sinister things...

KUNG FU LEAGUE: Exclusive Trailer Premiere

If there's one thing I know about Hong Kong action comedies, it's that I know nothing about Hong Kong action comedies. Case in point: Kung Fu League. Directed by Jeffrey Lau, known for The Eagle Shooting Heroes, the Chinese Odyssey...

TATTOO OF REVENGE: Mexican Female Empowerment Thriller Coming to DVD/VOD in September

You may want to keep your eye out for Tattoo of Revenge (Rencor tatuado) the stylistic, female empowerment thriller from Mexican director Julián Hernández. Breaking Glass Pictures is releasing this thriller, shot in both black-and-white and color, on DVD and...

Popcorn Frights 2019 Review: THE SONATA Soars Into Modern Gothic Suspense

Freya Tingley, Simon Abkarian and Rutger Hauer star; Andrew Desmond directed.

BLISS: Joe Begos' Latest Indie Horror Bleeds Into US Cinemas And on Digital in September

After a quick run through the North American genre festival circuit Dark Sky Films has announced that Joe Begos' (Almost Human, The Mind's Eye) latest horror flick Bliss will have its U.S. theatrical and digital release on September 27th.   ...

Lima 2019 Review: Jairo Pinilla Will Have His Revenge On Colombia In LA VENGANZA DE JAIRO

South America is probably not the first place you’d think about when it comes to genre cinema, but over the years, a host of emerging talent has managed to put us on the map. Brazil’s Rodrigo Aragao (The Black Forest),...

GWEN Interview: Director William McGregor On His Slow Burn Folk Tale

In William McGregor’s first feature-lenght film Gwen, available in theaters and on VOD and Digital HD this Friday, August 16, the titular character is a teenage girl (played by Eleanor Worthington-Cox) who lives in a farm in 19th century rural...

Review: COLD CASE HAMMARSKJÖLD, Pretzels of Truth and Performance Art

"This could either be the world's biggest murder mystery, or the world's most idiotic conspiracy theory." Two years before the JFK assassination, on the 18th of September 1961, the world was shocked by the suspicious death of the second serving...

Now Streaming: INCIDENT IN A GHOSTLAND, Some Nightmares Never End

Crystal Reed, Mylene Farmer, Emilia Jones, Taylor Hickson, and Anatasia Phillips star; Pascal Laugier ('Martyrs') directed.

Asian American International 2019 Review: GO BACK TO CHINA, An Endearing, Brightly Colored Comedy-Drama About Family And Cultural Clashes

Writer-director Emily Ting's second feature, starring Anna Akana, Lynn Chen, Richard Ng, Kelly Hu, and Kendy Cheung, slyly subverts the racial epithet of its title to deliver a winning comedy-drama of cultural differences and complicated family dynamics.

Popcorn Frights 2019 Review: VILLAINS, Scary People Can Be Funny

Bill Skarsgård, Maika Monroe, Jeffrey Donovan and Kyra Sedgwick star in the dark comedy; Dan Berk and Robert Olsen directed.

Lima 2019 Review: THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF EURÍDICE GUSMAO, A Tale Of Two Sisters

Brazilian director Karim Ainouz has long been a favorite of the Lima Film Festival; it’s an association that goes all the way back to the 2003 premiere of his first full-length feature, Madame Satã, which netted a Best Actor award...

Toronto 2019: SYNCHRONIC, THE LONG WALK, And GUNS AKIMBO Are Coming to Town

No matter how hard you try there is never enough time to catch all the films you want to at TIFF. Believe us, our own Kurt tries every year. Choices and sacrifices are made each year. This latest batch of...

SEEDS: New Trailer And Poster Bow Ahead of September Release

We are coming up on a year since we last wrote about Owen Long's debut horror thriller Seeds. It will be made available for public consumption next month so it is time for a new trailer and poster.    After...

Popcorn Frights 2019 Review: ITSY BITSY Crawls on Eight Legs

Bruce Davison, Denise Crosby, and Elizabeth Roberts star; Micah Gallo directed.