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CAPTAIN MARVEL: Brie Larson Saves 1990's Earth in First Trailer For MCU Prequel

The trailer has just arrived for Marvel's Captain Marvel starring Brie Larson. Have a look below.   There is also a teaser poster below which fortunately does not contain the go to reverse looking behind her shot. Just Larson as...

CAPTIVE STATE Trailer: Rise to Meet Your Legislature

"No crime. No poverty. No unemployment. The state of our union is strong." Set in a Chicago neighborhood nearly a decade after an occupation by an extra-terrestrial force, Rupert Wyatt's Captive State explores the lives on both sides of the...

Blu-ray Review: THE SEVENTH SIGN

Spoilers ahead. The Seventh Sign is a very strange movie. The 1988 film starring Demi Moore, Michael Biehn, and Jurgen Prochnow has its fans, but I can't say that I'm one of them. Directed by Carl Schultz (The Young Indiana...

THE RAINBOW EXPERIMENT: Slamdance Avant-Drama Goes to Gravitas

If you've been digging the weirder, bolder side of American Indies circa 2018ish, namely Josepheine Decker's stupendously stirring Madeline's Madeline, than you may want to keep your eye out for Christina Kallas' The Rainbow Experiment. Preposed as a jarring 21st century Rashomon,...

GOODNIGHT MOMMY Remake Coming From IT FOLLOWS And SON OF SAUL Producers

Deadline is reporting that production studios Animal Kingdom and Playtime have begun work on remaking Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala's 2014 horror thriller Goodnight Mommy.    In Goodnight Mommy, Elias and his twin brother Lukas arrive at their mother’s house...

70s Rewind: THE HOT ROCK, Robert Redford, When He Was Still an Actor

Robert Redford and George Segal star in Peter Yates' adaptation of Donald E. Westlake's lightly comic crime craper, scripted by William Goldman.

MOTELX 2018: Complete Lineup Announced

Next week the city of Lisbon, Portugal, will embrace six whole days of genre cinema, culture and featured guests during the 12th annual MOTELX film festival.   We have already written about the first wave of titles and the nine...

Beyond Fest 2018: Fest Announces CRONENBERG WITH CRONENBERG: A RETROSPECTIVE OF THE NEW FLESH

Beyond Fest has just announced that they will be hosting a massive David Cronenberg retrospective this year during the festival. Thirteen films from the director's filmography will be screened at the festival.    Cronenberg will attend a small number of...

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND: Watch The Trailer For The Final Film by Orson Welles

This weekend at the Venice Film Festival a fortunate few will be the first to see the last film Orson Welles made, The Other Side of the Wind.      As is oft to happen, and here to even one...

Vestron Video Goes Into MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE This October With Stephen King's Cult Fave

Fans of Stephen King's lone directorial effort (and what a mighty effort it was), Maximum Overdrive have reason to rejoice this October as this cocaine-fueled cult favorite lands on North American Blu-ray for the first time through Lionsgate's Vestron Video...

70s Rewind: CAPRICORN ONE, The Wrong Stuff

Filmmaker Peter Hyams triumphs by celebrating the true astronaut spirit, while denouncing fake news.

Blu-ray Review: THE TINGLER, Castle Plus Price Equals Awesome

There's a strange little film out from Scream Factory today, one of two I've reviewed. Its the 1959 film The Tingler from William Castle, which has a short, relatively tame synopsis on IMDb: An obsessed pathologist discovers and captures a...

HOLD THE DARK: Trailer For Jeremy Saulnier's Thriller is Here

Only days after debuting the key art for Jeremy Saulnier's upcoming thriller Hold the Dark we now have a trailer! We are not going to wax on here about how great it is, we just want to get it out...

Blu-ray Review: STRAIT-JACKET Is Crazy Good

It's been a long time since I've seen Strait-Jacket, but it's just as odd and as much fun as I remember. William Castle rarely lets me down; his films have a comforting glee in them, just as the weirdness descends...

Popcorn Frights Wicked Weekend to Celebrate John Carpenter

Is it because of Halloween? Yeah, I think it's because of the upcoming new Halloween film that everyone who's loved John Carpenter films for many years -- who remembers first hearing about him when Dark Star debuted? Hands up! --...

Review: ALPHA, Bold and Vital Big-Screen Adventure

Nowadays, it's rare to watch a movie that feels like it was expressly designed for the big screen. Oh, sure, some filmmakers know how to fill up the space with a constant blur of motion and movement and people and...

Blu-ray Review: John Carpenter's SOMEONE'S WATCHING ME!

John Carpenter. Legendary director, writer, composer. The Thing, Escape From New York, Halloween, In the Mouth of Madness, among many other films. Scream Factory, which seems to have cornered the market on John Carpenter Blu-rays and DVDs, recently released his...

THEY HEAR IT: IT FOLLOWS' David Robert Mitchell to Write Adaptation From Short Film WHISPER

THR reported yesterday that Legendary Entertainment and producer The Picture Company have fast tracked the feature film They Hear It an adaptation of Julian Terry's horror short film Whisper (see image above and the short below).    The companies bought...

Review: The Incendiary, Impassioned BLACKKKLANSMAN Is Classic Spike Lee

The premise of BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee’s impassioned, incendiary, often brilliant new film, sounds like a joke. In 1978, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington, son of Denzel), a black rookie detective in the Colorado Springs police department, infiltrates the local chapter...

70s Rewind: In ELECTRA GLIDE IN BLUE, Robert Blake Commands the Screen

Every generation gets the Robert Blake it deserves. In 1939, young Mickey Gubitosi began appearing in the Our Gang series of short comic films. He took on the stage name Bobby Blake for other films through most of the 1950s,...