Tag: dutch

Possibly The Most Low Risk, Low Reward Heist Film Ever In Dutch Comedy HALLO BUNGALOW

It would appear the protagonists of Anne de Clercq's upcoming Dutch comedy Hallo Bungalow believe in managing expectations. Having grown up in the trailer park - technically a vacation bungalow complex, but it's the local equivalent - where they now...

THE WINDMILL: Check The First Images From The Dutch Horror Film

It was all the way back in 2013 when we first caught wind of Nick Jongerius' horror film The Windmill. Back then the film was still known as The Windmill Massacre and existed only as a proof of concept but...

PASSAGE: Watch Victor Ponten's Short Film Now

It was just last week that we ran the teaser for Victor Ponten's short crime film Passage and we return now with your first chance to see the complete film. Coming from the same production team behind Jim Taihuttu's acclaimed...

BROKER Trailer: When Your Business Is Selling Organs, Life Looks Like This

It's Monday morning in North America, which is when most everybody grumbles about going back to work and the daily grind. But if you live in The Netherlands, and happen to be an organ broker, there are no weekends, and...

Exclusive Clip: THE RESURRECTION OF A BASTARD Goes "All The Way"

He's a bastard! But there is much more to The Resurrection of a Bastard than its title might suggest. To start, we have an exclusive clip that gives a sample of just one of the flavors in the mix. The...

Now On Blu-ray: BLACK OUT Continues To Sparkle Like A Dirty Diamond

Arne Toonen's Black Out holds up as a darkly comic crime movie. And I'm not saying that just because I'm quoted on the back cover of the new Region A Blu-ray from Doppelganger Releasing. In the blitzkrieg of films I...

Exclusive: BLACK OUT Coming Soon, America. Watch Trailer To Learn Why That's A Good Thing.

The U.S. will soon experience a black out, and that's a very good thing. Arne Toonen's Black Out is a darkly comic Dutch film that quickly asserts its own personality in a smart and jolting manner. Here's the official synopsis:...

Fantastic Fest 2013 Review: WOLF Roars Out Of The Gate With Criminal Self-Assurance

Boom! Without giving away the timing or context, at a certain point Wolf explodes into shards of glass that then recombine to reveal a wider, wilder landscape. Up to that moment, Jim Taihuttu's film was speeding on a straight narrative...

Fantastic Fest 2013 Review: THE RESURRECTION OF A BASTARD, Amidst Bursts Of Violence And Dark Humor

Sneaky and disquieting, The Resurrection of a Bastard is far more complex and layered than its title might suggest. Bursts of violence and darkly funny moments are framed within the world created by Guido van Driel. The source material is...