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THE LOST KING Review: Sally Hawkins Shines in Unfocused Romantic Fantasy

Stephen Frears directed the film, now in theaters.

TORI AND LOKITA Review: The Dardennes' Strongest Film in Years

Pablo Schils, Joely Mbundu, and Alban Ukaj star in a brutal and emotionally bare film, directed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne.

WALK UP Review: Hong Sang-soo Expands His Multiverse

Kwon Haehyo, Park Miso and Lee Hyeyoung star in a monochromatic movie by Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo.

Blu-ray Review: INLAND EMPIRE, Lynch's Abstract Masterpiece Comes to Criterion

I have to keep reminding myself that Inland Empire is, in fact, Lynch's most recent feature film. Since 2006, Lynch has directed music videos short films, and of course another season of his ground-breaking television series Twin Peaks. But no...

Berlinale 2023 Review: GOLDA, Biopic Becomes War Drama

Helen Mirren and Liev Schreiber star; Guy Nattiv directed.

Berlinale 2023 Review: WHEN WILL IT BE AGAIN LIKE IT NEVER WAS BEFORE, A Family Saga on the Edge

Camile Loup Moltzen, Laura Tonke, Devid Streisow star in Sonja Heiss eccentric tragicomic family coming-of-age that defies normalcy.

BLACKBERRY Trailer: Jay Baruchel And Glenn Howerton Star in Matt Johnson's Latest

‘BlackBerry’ tells the story of Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie, the two men that charted the course of the spectacular rise and catastrophic demise of the world’s first smartphone.   Matt Johnson's BlackBerry is coming exclusively to theaters on May...

Berlinale 2023 Review: #MANHOLE, From Claustrophobic Horror to Social Satire

Nakajima Yuto stars in director Kazuyoshi Kumakiri's genre-bending psychological thriller.

COUNTRY GOLD Reviewed: The Poetry of Has-Beens

Mickey Reece, prolific indie filmmaker, is no stranger to tackling stories of famous musicians (according to my partner, Reece's film Alien is a far superior look at the life of Elvis than the recent Baz Lurhmann film). After his previous...

Berlinale 2023 Review: IN WATER Dazzles

Shin Seokho, Kim Seungyun, and Ha Seongguk star in director Hong Sang-soo's latest contemplation on creativity and art.

ABERRANCE: Raven Banner Boards Worldwide Sales For Mongolian Horror Flick

Over the weekend Raven Banner announced that they have boarded worldwide sales for the Mongolian horror flick Aberrance. The announcement and studio trailer can be found below.   An estranged couple takes a retreat in the woods. Foreboding neighbors, frivolous...

Crowdfund This: HIDARI, Because You Need a Chainsaw Wielding Samurai in Your Life

Stop what you're doing and watch this pilot film for a stop motion animated project out of Japan, a samurai sandalpunk project called Hidari.    Hidari popped up on our radars yesterday and we're so smitten with the piece alone that...

SLASHER: RIPPER Trailer: We're in Store For A Gruesome Series

The next season of the Slasher franchise, Slasher: Ripper, premieres in the U.S. on Shudder and AMC+ on April 6th. Here in Canada we will get to watch the weekly series roll out on co-producer Hollywood Suite's platform.    The official...

Berlinale 2023 Review: 20,000 SPECIES OF BEES, Coming of Identity, Told With Deep Empathy

Sofía Otero, Patricia López Arnaiz, Ane Gabarain, Itziar Lazkano, Martxelo Rubio and Miguel Garcés star in Spanish director Estibaliz Urresola Solaguren's feature debut.

Berlinale 2023 Review: MUSIC Turns Oedipal Story Into Transcendental Experience

Directed by Angela Schanelec, Aliocha Schneider, Agathe Bonitzer, Marisha Triantafyllidou, Argyris Xafisc and Wolfgang Michael star in the German-language film.

THE WRATH OF BECKY Teaser Trailer: Lulu Wilson Returns as One Deadly, Pissed Off Teenager

Two years after she escaped a violent attack on her family, Becky attempts to rebuild her life in the care of an older woman - a kindred spirit named Elena. But when a group known as the “Noble Men” break...

THE MAGIC FLUTE Review: A Strange Jumble of Commercialized Mozart and Dead Poets Society

Directed by Florian Sigl, the new dramatic adaptation for the big screen stars F. Murray Abraham, Iwan Rheon and Jeanne Goursaud.

I LIKE MOVIES Review: Cinephilia is Lovingly Skewered in Whip-Smart Coming of Age Comedy

We talk perhaps a bit too much about films that are 'love letters to cinema', a term adorned too widely. Instead, maybe what we need a more odes to the cinephile. I count myself among that group, but then perhaps...

LAST HURRAH FOR CHIVALRY Blu-ray Review: Heroic Brotherhood, Clashing Swords

Directed by John Woo in 1979. Criterion's new disc looks properly awesome.

GODLESS: THE EASTFIELD EXORCISM: First Look at The Poster and Trailer

Okay, now we know why our friends at XYZ Films grabbed Australian horror flick Godless: The Eastfield Exorcism ahead of its world premiere at Overlook later this month.    The trailer and poster were released by the North American distributor...