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Karen Gillan Will Battle Karen Gillan With Aaron Paul in DUAL

Karen Gillan, Aaron Paul, Beulah Koale and Martha Kelly will star in Dual, the tale of a woman who finds herself battling herself in a court-mandated duel to the death. Written and to be directed by Riley Stearns (Faults, The...

KINGSGLAIVE: FINAL FANTASY XV Dub Hits Aus & NZ Cinemas 27 August

Square-Enix have gone all out with the latest Final Fantasy game primed for release later this year. To increase the hype and keep the particular world of XV fresh in everyone's heads they have released a number of products such...

THE 9TH LIFE OF LOUIS DRAX Trailer Arrives And, Seriously, Can We Have The Alex Aja Conversation Now?

It was all the way back in January of 2015 that the first image of 50 Shades star Jamie Dornan in Alexandre Aja's The 9th Life Of Louis Drax arrived online. And if you - like many film fans -...

A New Final Fantasy Movie Arrives With KINGSGLAIVE, Watch The Trailer Now!

Square Enix once again moves from computer screens to theaters and televisions with the upcoming Final Fantasy XV film Kingsglaive coming soon from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The magical kingdom of Lucis is home to the hallowed Crystal, but the...

Review: EYE IN THE SKY, Complex, Darkly Funny, But...

Tsotsi and Rendition director Gavin Hood has set himself a difficult task on multiple levels with his latest effort, Eye In The Sky. He is, first of all, tackling fabulously thorny and morally complex material as he weighs the question...

Review: TRIPLE 9, An Accomplished Potboiler

"The monster has gone digital," warns Woody Harrelson in a fashion that only Mr. Harrelson can. As a bedraggled detective cleaning up the mess of a bank manager whose vault was just not only breached in a daylight heist, but...

John Hillcoat Packs A Ton Of Names And Even More Firepower Into The Trailer For TRIPLE 9

We've been enormous fans of The Proposition and The Road director John Hillcoat and judging by the sheer volume of high end talent starring in his upcoming heist thriller Triple 9, we're not the only ones. Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck,...

Toronto 2015 Review: EYE IN THE SKY, A Complex And Darkly Funny Look At The War On Terror

Tsotsi and Rendition director Gavin Hood has set himself a difficult task on multiple levels with his latest effort, Eye In The Sky. He is, first of all, tackling fabulously thorny and morally complex material as he weighs the question...

50 SHADES Star Jamie Dornan Keeps His Pants On In First Shot From Aja's THE 9TH LIFE OF LOUIS DRAX

It's going to be a big year for Ireland's Jamie Dornan ... Already turning heads and winning acclaim for his dark turn on Irish / UK television thriller The Fall he will, of course, be front and center very soon...

THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK at Jason Reitman's Live Read

George Lucas' refusal to let sleeping dogs lie has confused the essence of Star Wars since the film's 20th anniversary in 1997, when Lucas re-released the trilogy with his first installment of effects revisionism. Now, one can't even watch...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks BNAT16, Scott's EXODUS and Rock's TOP FIVE

Special on-location report from Austin's famed Drafthouse movie theatre, home once again to the lunacy that is Butt-Numb-a-Thon. Almost 30 hours in that place, watching 13 features and other flicks, it made for a hell of a day, and a...

Opening: EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS, A Barrage Of Biblical Bombast

Meeting, but rarely exceeding, expectations, Ridley Scott's grand retelling of Moses and the Hebrews' flight from Egypt is strong on visuals and A-list presence, but slight on narrative and characterisation. Christian Bale and Joel Egerton both put in fine performances...

Blu-Ray Review: KINGDOM OF HEAVEN Ultimate Edition - A Primer for EXODUS

A decade before Ridley Scott brought Exodus: Gods and Kings to the big screen, he tackled another epic about religion, faith and pragmatism. Kingdom of Heaven was Scott's film about the Crusades, a rousing, rambunctious film that tried to...

Review: EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS Is Lost In The Wilderness

Meeting, but rarely exceeding, expectations, Ridley Scott's grand retelling of Moses and the Hebrews' flight from Egypt is strong on visuals and A-list presence, but slight on narrative and characterisation. Christian Bale and Joel Egerton both put in fine performances...

It's White Moses Versus White Pharoah Saving A Bunch Of White Guys From The Other Bunch Of White Guys, None Of Whom Should Actually Be White.

Oh, Ridley Scott, you're wacky. Also, Joel Edgerton: Bald is not a good look for you....

Review: HELLION, The Devastating Sounds Of A Family Falling Apart

Dark, brooding, and testy, Jacob is a typical 13-year-old boy. He dreams of motocross racing. He looks after his younger brother. And he ignores his alcoholic father, who is prone to outbursts of anger as he struggles to raise his...

Review: Do We Need NEED FOR SPEED?

I like Aaron Paul. I've met the guy a couple times over the last few months, and he seems like a mensch. He was at Sundance for Hellion, and came across as a genuine, down-to-Earth guy who was more...

Sundance Speed Dating with... HELLION Writer/Director Kat Candler

Austin-based filmmaker Kat Candler's got a sweet spot for kids. (That sounds creepy, but I assure you it's not.) Many of her films, including her first feature Jumping Off Bridges, deal in the emotional space of children and what it...

Destroy All Monsters: Breaking Lost And The Infancy Of Series Finales

Spoilers for Breaking Bad. The Lost haters came out in dull, predictable force within moments of the final image of Breaking Bad's last episode, which unmistakably mirrored one of the last images of Lost's torturously criticized finale. Granted, the...

Aaron Paul Has The NEED FOR SPEED. Now In Teaser Trailer Form

With Breaking Bad just about over what is one Mr. Jesse Pinkman to do? Well, if we can dream in operatic post-technicolor, he gets outta Dodge alive, and in one of them fancy suped up cars...I honestly had no clue...