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THE DAUGHTER: Director Simon Stone Discusses Techniques, Trials And Triumphs

Simon Stone's The Daughter is an interesting debut drama about a small community united by a somewhat brooding lumber mill owner played by Geoffrey Rush. The real focus of the film falls on two families both united by this slowly liquidating timber...

Review: THE HOMESMAN Takes Tommy Lee Jones Out To Pasture

Hollywood's most high-falutin' varmint must be Tommy Lee Jones. As difficult and humorless as he's perceived to be (and sometimes said to actually be), he's gone and built a career on imbuing a certain curmudgeonly ease into whatever films he...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks HUNGER GAMES, HOMESMAN, Mike Nichols and Much More!

There was another lag in getting video feeds for the last couple weeks, so here for your viewing pleasure are three Twitchvisions to gorge on!This week we look back at the career of EGOT winner Mike Nichols, as well as...

I, FRANKENSTEIN Opens Big ... In Russia

By now you have may have heard that I, Frankenstein, the only new wide release opening this past weekend in the U.S., died an ignoble death at the box office. Its estimated earnings totaled just $8.3 million, leaving it in...

Review: I, FRANKENSTEIN Makes An Apocalyptic Battle Look Like a Rainbow of Fireworks

Oooh, death looks so pretty! Demons drool, gargoyles rule! Stuart Beattie, who made his directorial debut with 2010's Tomorrow, When the War Began, delivers what amounts to a simplistic, spiritual sequel to that film, even though he has stepped over...

ScreenAnarchy's Favorite Frankensteins -- And The Monsters They Created

The imminent theatrical release in North America of I, Frankenstein on Friday, January 24, gives us an excuse to express our collective love for the mad scientist known as Frankenstein -- and the monsters he created. As the title of...

Check A Trio Of Posters For I, FRANKENSTEIN

Am I expecting great things from the Stuart Beattie directed adaptation of the I, Frankenstein comic books? I'm not expecting much of anything, honestly, beyond a possibly better-than-the-movie-deserves performance from Aaron Eckhart - who has a history of delivering those...

Check The Trailer And Stills For Unique Australian Literary Adaptation THE TURNING

Author Tim Winton's collection of stories The Turning is being lovingly adapted into this haunting, ethereal showcase of Australian darkness and fury. This impressively bold film is part of the Melbourne International Film Festival, and is the very exciting world...