Tag: trailer

FOUNDATION Trailer: Asimov's Seminal Sci-Fi Series Comes to Apple TV+

Denis Villeneuve's Dune has some serious competition, it seems. Apple recently unveiled a teaser video for their lavish adaptation of Isaac Asimov's golden age sci-fi book series Foundation and it looks, simply, outstanding. The video, which is part trailer, part...

The Universe Is A Very Strange Place In Manuel Arija's ULTRAINNOCENCE

It's been a little while since we've heard from Spanish oddball auteur Manuel Arija but - yes, oh, yes - it's been worth the wait. Arija has been quiet since first making waves here and on the international festival circuit...

SPINDRIFT'S HAUNTED WEST Trailer: Spaghetti Western and Music Doc Blur

Psychedelic western band Spindrift recently toured the famous ghost towns and haunted locations of the American frontier, documenting their wild travels in a new poyte-tinged documentary inspired by their favourite film sub genre, the Spaghetti Western. Their high concept...

BLOOD MACHINES Hits Shudder May 21, Original Score Available Now!

It's been a long time coming, kids, but Seth Ickerman's cosmic opera Blood Machines is almost here! Not only has a brand new trailer arrived confirming their May 21 release date on Shudder but the original score from Carpenter Brut...

KING'S GAMBIT Trailer: AHS Star Blake Webb Leads Indie Urban Fantasy

King's Gambit is an new urban fantasy indie starring Blake Webb of American Horror Story (AHS)  fame who plays a Herald, keeper of a mystical journal that can shape and alter world events. The film comes from the mind of...

AMERICAN TERRORIST Trailer: Brothers Torn Apart in 9/11 Thriller

American Terrorist is a thought-provoking new indie from director Charles Kopelson and writer John Buffalo Mailer. It takes place in the aftermath of the September 11th bombings and asks hard questions about how best to cope in the wake of...

STRAY DOLLS: Sonejuhi Sinha's Crime Thriller Debuts in April

In Sonejuhi Sinha's taut and topical debut crime thriller Stray Dolls, a young Indian immigrant is pulled into a whirlwind of criminal activity by her persuasive roommate. The film, which was nominated for the Best Narrative Feature award at the...

Now in Theaters: THE WHISTLERS Does The Heist Thing A Little Differently

Romanian director Corneliu Porumboiu makes strange genre movies. His peculiar cinema turns off most people, but gets a small minority VERY excited. If you happen to be in a room of cinephiles, and the subject of his earlier film, Police,...

Friday One Sheet: DISAPPEARANCE AT CLIFTON HILL

Like many things when capturing attention, it is all about the eyes. The key art for this Canadian neo-noir re-imagines the tacky urban theme park slash tourist trap, the eponymous Clifton Hill, that is barnacled to Niagara Falls, as a...

Revenge Tale THE PAPER STORE Toplines Global Digital's 2020 Slate

Distributor Global Digital Releasing is known for finding award-winning indie and festival fare that would otherwise go under-the-radar and make it available to the many.  Some of their award winning titles include Lorcan Finnegan’s Without Name, Dain Said’s Interchange and Gareth...

VEROTIKA Trailer: Danzig's Horror Debut Looks Wild

The first trailer for legendary rocker Glenn Danzig's directorial debut, Verotika has landed ahead of the film's release in February and it looks as mad as you hoped. Based on his own hit comics (also called Verotika), the film has...

EXTRACURRICULAR Trailer: American Psychos in High School

Samuel Goldwyn Films is set to release Ray Xue's horror/thriller Extracurricular on VOD platforms January 17, 2020. This marks Xue's first feature since 2012, when he directed the mystery drama Transcendent at the age of 18, while still in school....

VFW Trailer: Stephen Lang Fights Mutant Punks

RLJE Films & Voltage Pics have debuted the trailer for the bold new action/horror film VFW, which stars Stephen Lang (Don't Breathe) as a war veteran who, along with his veteran brethren, must defend their local VFW against a deranged...

Kimo Samboel Introduces THE QUEEN OF BLACK MAGIC

Well, hello there, Asian horror fans, have we got a little something for you ... If a film titled The Queen Of Black Magic isn't enough to get your attention on it's own, how about this: Kimo Stamboel - who...

THE LEGEND OF BARON TO'A: It's Like Chow Meets Waititi In All-Islander Wrestling Smackdown!

Yep, it puts a lot of weight on Kiel McNaughton's upcoming action-comedy The Legend Of Baron To'a to start off by comparing it to the work of Stephen Chow and Taika Waititi, but hey ... when you take a cast...

SPUTNIK: Fabulously Creepy Trailer For Egor Abramenko's SciFi Horror Delights

Hands up, everyone who delights in the squirming unease delivered by Ridley Scott's iconic scifi horror Alien. That's pretty much all of us, yeah? And while I hesitate to make assumptions I'm quite certain that Russian director Egor Abramenko's hand...

THE MADNESS WITHIN New Art, Trailer and Release Date

Busted Knuckle Productions is one step closer to releasing its latest production, The Madness Within. Very much a thriller, The Madness Within was written and directed by Hunter G. Williams as a rumination on addiction. Some official release art has...

PORTALS Trailer: Latest Anthology from the V/H/S Crew Has a Cosmic Twist

The first trailer and poster have premiere for the latest genre-bending scifi/horror anthology by the creators of the V/H/S series called Portals. Created by Chris White, segments are set around a series of worldwide blackouts -- after which millions of...

RELEASE Trailer: Edward Varnie's Domestic Violence Indie Releases October 4

Global Digital Releasing has acquired worldwide rights to Edward Varnie's domestic violence drama, Release. The harrowing film centers around a young woman trapped in an abusive marriage who is rescued by her estranged sister. Forced to reconnect with the family...

THE PLATFORM Trailer: Stunning Design Meets Searing Political Commentary in this Spanish Dystopian Thiller

With brilliant production design that recalls the the Brutalist feel of Stuart Gordon's Fortress, and an ingenious, claustrophobic premise reminiscent of Vincenzo Natali's Cube, The Platform looks to join the pantheon of smart science fiction allegories. The film by Galder...