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Blu-ray Review: In LA VERITÉ, Brigitte Bardot and Henri-Georges Clouzot Take Aim At Institutional Misogyny

A prisoner enters a courtroom, charged with the murder of her boyfriend. She and her attorneys will argue that the death was not premeditated, but rather occured in a moment of personal anguish -- and that the intended victim was,...

Upcoming Criterion: BLUE VELVET, FUNNY GAMES, HOUSE OF GAMES

Also: Denis' 'Let the Sunshine In,' Varda's 'One Sings, The Other Doesn't,' Wyler's 'The Heiress.'

Rotterdam 2019 Review: MAGGIE, a Wacky and Idiosyncratic Trip Down the Sinkhole

Yi Okseop’s debut film, Maggie, opens with the discovery of a salacious X-ray photograph at the Love of Maria hospital depicting an unknown couple having sex. This opening gag sets the stage for a series of randomly occurring bizarre events...

Review: THE WANDERING EARTH Is A Rousing Space Adventure

Mainland China may not be known for its high concept science fiction, but it's not for fear of spending millions of dollars on films. Over the last 50 years, China has produced some of the most impressive period action and...

TRIPLE THREAT Trailer: The Greatest Assembly of Martial Artists on One Screen? Could be.

Yes, yes. We know the trailer for Triple Threat, Jesse V. Johnson's action flick starring a mind boggling number of martial arts talent, came out yesterday. We have only just stopped watching it on repeat for the last twenty-four hours....

ILL: A New Extreme Body Horror Anthology is Coming From TRAUMA, A TASTE OF PHOBIA and SCARS OF XAVIER Directors

A new extreme body horror anthology called Ill was announced the other day. We caught wind of it when my friend Lucio A. Rojas, director of last year's extreme horror offering Trauma, sent me the announcement. After I harranged him...

Shout! Factory and GKIDS Announce PRINCESS MONONOKE Special Collector's Edition for May 14th, 2019

To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the US release of Princess Mononoke, Studio Ghibli and director Miyazaki Hayao's first major breakthrough film in the Unitedd States, distributor Shout! Factory and GKIDS are partnering to release a very special limited collector's...

Interview: Lee Chang-dong at MoMA, Part 2 of 2 - On Actors and Advice to Future Filmmakers

With a scant CV of a mere six feature films over 21 years, director Lee Chang-dong has carved out an immutable place in cinematic history for his brash, beautiful, raw, often disturbing explorations of the human condition.   Director Lee...

Review: MEGA TIME SQUAD, Swiss-Watch Crafted Silliness

One fine day in his sleepy coastal New Zealand town, after being booted out of living in his mom's garage, petty criminal wannabe (in the local parlance, "Bogan") John, and his dopey pal Gaz, decide to screw over their boss,...

STARFISH: Watch The Trailer For A.T. White's Cosmic Horror

A.T. White's debut arthouse horror Starfish is going on the road next month. Our friends at Yellow Veil Pictures are handling this limited run which White will attend most of the dates on the schedule.   A trailer was released...

Interview: Lee Chang-dong at MoMA, Part 1 of 2 - BURNING Questions

With a scant CV of a mere six feature films over 21 years, director Lee Chang-dong has carved out an immutable place in cinematic history for his brash, beautiful, raw, often disturbing explorations of the human condition.   Director Lee...

Rotterdam 2019 Review: MONUMENT Builds Up To Something Memorable

During her intro at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Polish director Jagoda Szelc stated that in her new feature film Monument, she doesn't try to tell a story. She asked the audience to watch the film with the idea that...

Trailer & Poster for MA: Not The House Party You're Looking For

Blumhouse can arguably officially take on the mantle of premiere indie horror film production company; like Hammer Films in the 1960s & 70s, we have come to expect a certain level of horror with more than a little dash of...

China's THE WANDERING EARTH Just Became the Year's Biggest Global Hit

In just nine days, Chinese sci-fi film The Wandering Earth has made $420 million at the Chinese box office alone and will soon become the second film to reach three billion yuan within ten days of being released. This also...

MEGA TIME SQUAD Clip: Push the Button

Desperate and on the run, a young man doesn't know what to do. Then he gets some unexpected advice from an unlikely source: himself. But he's not quite "himself." In our exclusive clip from Mega Time Squad, John (Anton Tennet)...

Review: BIRDS OF PASSAGE, How the Drug Trade Changes People

Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra have made a beautiful film about Wayuu culture and the drug trade.

Now on Blu-ray: ONE CUT OF THE DEAD Is A Rapturous Experience You Can Now Share With Friends At Home

2018's surprise genre fest hit, One Cut of the Dead, is now available on Blu-ray thanks to the UK/Japan-based Asian film specialists at Third Window Films, and if any film was ever worthy of a blind buy, this is it....

LEAVING AFGHANISTAN: Watch The Trailer For Russian War Time Action Flick

Bratstvo (Brotherhood) is an upcoming war time film from Pavel Lungin (Tsar, Queen of Spades). Elsewhere in the world we will find on the international market as the rather blunt Leaving Afghanistan.    A trailer has been released for Lungin's...

CRISTINA: Chris Alexander to Direct Possession Flick This Spring

Canadian director, writer and composer Chris Alexander, a long time standard of the horror scene here at home and abroad, will direct a new possession flick called Cristina in the Spring. The project is backed by Vancouver based outfit IndustryWorks...

We Are The Weirdos 2019: The Final Girls UK Film Collective Announces Short Film Tour Dates

If you live in the UK and are looking for more ways to support female filmmakers, especially female genre filmmakers, then you need to check out We Are The Weirdos, a film program created by the feminist film collective The...