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Review: BULLET TRAIN, Tarantinoesque Thrills Mix With John Wickian Action to Middling, Modest Results

With a generic title like Bullet Train, it’s fair to assume that all or mostly all of the action in film called Bullet Train will either unfold on a said bullet train (Shinkansen) or a bullet train will play a...

Check Out The Dolby Poster For BULLET TRAIN

In Bullet Train, Brad Pitt stars as Ladybug, an unlucky assassin determined to do his job peacefully after one too many gigs gone off the rails. Fate, however, may have other plans, as Ladybug's latest mission puts him on a...

Friday One Sheet: BULLET TRAIN

I am highlighting the key art for this Hollywood-Japan blockbuster starring Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, and Sanada Hiroyuki because I am not entirely sure if the design house, BLT Communications, was aiming for a Japanese train safety card aesthetic or simply phoning...

Third Window Films Gives ScreenAnarchy A Peek Into A Great 2013. Tsukamoto, Miike, Kurosawa, Nakamura, & More!

Our good friends at one of the world's finest DVD distribution labels, Third Window Films, have given us an early look at their 2013 schedule, and it looks awesome!Several of these titles are films we've already previewed for TWF in...

Fantasia 2010: GOLDEN SLUMBER Review

[Our thanks to Lauren Baggett for the following.]Well into the final reel of Golden Slumber, the climax was interrupted by an automated voice (bilingual: this is Quebec, after all) warning us that a fire alarm had been pulled, and that...

Fantasia 2010: GOLDEN SLUMBER Review

[Our thanks to Joshua Chaplinsky for the following review which is being bumped up to the top of the page to coincide with its Fantasia screening today.]Golden Slumber fills my eyes, but what exactly is it I'm seeing? A man-on-the-run...

NYAFF 2010: GOLDEN SLUMBER Review

Golden Slumber fills my eyes, but what exactly is it I'm seeing? A man-on-the-run conspiracy thriller, mixing JFK and The Bourne Identity? Or a treatise on friendship lost, the repairing of bonds, and finding one's way "back home"? The film...