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High-Rise. Director: Ben Wheatley Writer: Amy Jump, based on the novel by J.G. Ballard Actors: Tom Hiddleston, Luke Evans, Elizabeth Moss, Sienna Miller, Jeremy Irons. Ben Wheatley is one of best genre directors. His movie Kill List is still regarded as one of the best horror movies of the new century and

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There are filmmaking partnerships between director and actor that make for great cinema like Scorcese and DiCaprio, or Carpenter and Russell, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. Ok, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea. When a director and actor have the kind of symbiotic relationship that makes

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For a filmmaker, taking on a horror film with the purpose of making it feel different than from what that genre typically, often lazily, trudges out for public consumption is an admirable thought. Clearly, that was what Oz Perkins, son of horror legend Anthony Perkins (Psycho), had in mind when

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Whereas BERBERIAN is a study of ones own reality breaking down, DUKE OF BURGUNDY explores the ups and down of a rather unique relationship.

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Mondo’s commitment to vinyl soundtrack releases this year has been impressive, immersive and quite eclectic. Rather than lingering within a specific genre, Mondo has created a sort of round robin of releases, with fans and collectors never knowing what’s coming next. In a year that started with The Deadly Spawn and most

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Fantastic Fest 2012 selection, Cockneys Vs. Zombies makes its way to Blu-ray, just in time for Fantastic Fest 2013! From Shout! Factory

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Shout Factory’s release of Tower Block is available on Blu-ray now, and it’s worth your time.

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A trailer for I Declare War has arrived online from Drafthouse Films.The Fantastic Fest Award Winner is directed by Jason Lapeyre and Robert Wilson. Keep reading to check it out.

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Fantastic Fest has announced that the world premiere of Machete Kills will be the opening night film for this years fest. Keep reading for more information.

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Manborg stars Matthew Kennedy as a nameless soldier in the Earth’s fight against Count Draculon and his invading Nazi armies from Hell. Read our review.

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Fuck Up
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Who among us hasn’t wished that they could go back to childhood so that they could redo adulthood all over again? Whether they are big or little, all of us have regrets about some things we have done in our lives. If we’re lucky, we at least have help along

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Hail brings us to the brink and beyond with Daniel P. Jones’ amazing performance.

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When the earthquake hits, the gore never truly lets up, with people being crushed by giant slabs of concrete, hands being ripped off, and faces being splattered by speeding cars. Had this trend continued, sliding in a bit of humor as the group seeks to survive the night, then the film might be more than just an exercise in pushing every button possible.

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The Final Member
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In the pseudo-Puritanical society that is today’s America, uttering the words “penis documentary” is quite sufficient to produce the titters and snickers that generally stem from slight embarrassment, bemusement, and puzzlement that such a thing could be possibly made in earnestness. After all, how enthralling could a documentary about a

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Errors of the Human Body
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The subgenre of the medical thriller has become fairly constrictive lately. Sitting down for a medical thriller generally prepares you for one of two things: a chop-a-thon with a Josef Mengele-like villain or a “playing God” ethical dilemma. Errors of the Human Body has none of the former, some of

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Lee's Adventure
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Boy meets girl. Boy loses girl. Boy dedicates his life to getting girl back. It’s been done before, but wacky Chinese sci-fi Lee’s Adventure proves that the trope is still open to exciting new twists. A visually stunning and ambitious festival selection, Lee’s Adventure is The Matrix meets What Dreams

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