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Cannes 2018 Review: MURDER ME, MONSTER, A Minimalist Acid-Gore Crime Thriller

Argentinean filmmaker Alejandro Fadel's latest socially conscious thriller blends arthouse and genre into a nightmarish narrative.

Cannes 2018 Review: DOGMAN, Homo Homini Canis

Matteo Garrone's latest feature-length effort sees a harmless man being pushed to extremes.

Raven Banner Reaches CLIMAX With Gasper Noe's Latest

There is no doubt that Gasper Noe is one of the World's more notorious filmmakers. The provocateur's latest film Climax premiered at Cannes, ushering a handful of walkouts during screenings, far less than the director had presumed it would have....

Cannes 2018 Review: Abbasi's BORDER Blurs Lines to Wondrous Effect

When Ali Abbasi burst onto the international scene with the quietly unnerving Shelley, the world took note of a writer-director with a feel for creating an immersive atmosphere and a keen understanding of fantastical films’ capacity for dispensing understated social...

Cannes 2018 Review: BURNING, a Slow Burn for the Ages

Eight years after his phenomenal drama Poetry, Lee Chang-dong makes a long-awaited return to the Cannes competition with his sixth film Burning, an adaptation of Haruki Murakami's short story 'Barn Burning'. Dense with symbolism, this tour de force burrows towards...

SICK FOR TOYS: First Trailer For Christmas Time Horror

David Del Rio's feature film debut, the Christmas-time horror Sick For Toys, is up for grabs at the Marche du Film this week. To draw in potential rights buyers the first trailer was released this week. You will find it...

GIRL WITH NO MOUTH: Worldwide Sales Picked up For Can Evrenol's Coming of Age Flick

While Can Evrenol (Baskin and Houewife) is hard at work on the streaming series The Protector back in Turkey, his personal project Girl With No Mouth was presented at the proof of concept presentation of the Frontières Platform at Cannes...

THE BLACK OCTOPUS (EL PULPO NEGRA): The Onetti Brothers to Revive The Popular Argentine Suspense Series

New from Cannes today is that Nico and Luciano Onetti, the brothers behind the Giallo trilogy Sonno Profondo, Francesca and the upcoming Abrakadabra, and psycho hillbilly horror What The Waters Left Behind, will direct an upcoming revival of a popular...

Cannes 2018 Review: YOMEDDINE, The Outcast's Journey of the Heart

Many of us likely consider ourselves outcasts in one way or another, that something about us has set us apart from common society, and we are bullied and dismissed for it. That might be true, but for some, it can...

Cannes 2018: First Look at Nicolas Cage in BETWEEN WORLDS, Obsessed With His Dead Wife

Our first look at Nicolas Cage in Between Worlds reveals an exhausted man, and no wonder. Cage stars with Franka Potente and Penelope Mitchell in the mysterious thriller. Here's the official synopsis, which explains his expression and body posture above....

Cannes 2018: In ARCTIC Clip, Watch Mads Mikkelsen Dig a Hole

I would follow Mads Mikkelsen to the ends of the earth. So the idea of the actor trekking solo in the arctic regions sounds absolutely delightful. But I get it. Maybe you're not so easily convinced. Mikkelsen stars in Arctic,...

Blood Window Showcase at Cannes Features Familiar Names And Future Faves

As Cannes approaches our attention turns to more action happening during the Marche du Film. Our friends from Blood Window in Argentina are returning to the French Riviera, loaded with genre goodness from the LatAm region.    Blood Window,...

Frontières Platform in Cannes Announces Sixteen Projects Vying For Production Partnerships

Cannes is around the corner and that means that our friends at Frontières are gearing up for another joint venture with the famed festival.    Returning after a successful debut year in 2017 Frontières returns with 16 genre projects looking...

Frontières 2018: Amsterdam Titles Announced, Submissions for Cannes And Montreal Open

With the new year well on its way it is time once again to bring about focus on Frontières and it's ongoing and awesome work to help create more international genre films.    While we would hesitate to call it...

Cannes 2017 Dispatch: NEXT VR Round Up

To call the Cannes Film Festival one of the most elitist film festivals on the calendar is not an unfair assessment. This is doubly true when it came to this year's first ever VR entry into the official program. It...

AnarchyVision: Cannes 2017 Press Conference Interviews

Out of any major film festival, the Cannes press conference is the one to go to. In a place where glamour rules and access to some of the stars requires running quite a gauntlet, it's in the press conference that...

Cannes 2017 Dispatch: A Tour of the Marché

It's been a long while since we last explored the wacky posters on display at Cannes. Amazingly enough, some of those same 2012 posters are still hanging around. But the annual wander through the labyrinthine halls of the Marché du...

Cannes 2017 Dispatch: Official Awards Exclaim Expectations Met

The buzz throughout the week at this year's Cannes Film Festival seemed mostly dominated by a sense of waiting for one film from the Palme d'Or competition that would really break out. In the end, that one clear favorite never...

AnarchyVision: Cannes 2017, THE SQUARE, 120 BPM, THE FLORIDA PROJECT and More

Here's another look at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival as it started to wind down, including another shot at The Square (above), which won the Palme d'or; Lynne Ramsay's return with You Were Never Really Here; the amazing The Florida Project;...

Cannes 2017 Review: THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES (NEW AND SELECTED), Rich on Dysfunctional Delight

While Cannes has not exactly been light on controversy this year, one film in its lineup was easily singled out as a suspicious inclusion when the official selection was first announced. After all, not only does The Meyerowitz Stories (New...