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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 04.10.17] Sweden horror thriller

Based on Kim W. Andersson's internationally acclaimed graphic novel, director Daniel di Grado's Alena premiered in late 2015 at Sitges before making a short festival run that ended late last year. [Continue reading]

Jason Widgington [Celluloid 04.07.17] Canada scifi horror thriller

It's a typical boring night on patrol for small-town police officer Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) until a man covered in blood (Evan Stern) stumbles out of the woods directly in front of him. Rushing him to the nearly abandoned local hospital may seem like a good idea, but the hospital is quickly surrounded by a group of white-cloaked and -hooded figures wielding kniv... [Continue reading (1 comment)]

John Connor [Celluloid 04.06.17] action crime

TN Distribution has acquired North American rights to the action/thriller BLACK ROSE, starring international action star Alexander Nevsky (Showdown in Manila). [Continue reading]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 04.05.17] scifi action thriller adventure

Shane Abbess is back with a pulpy new space opera called The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume 1. Rochefort loved the film out of Fantastic Fest last year and the first trailer looks like a ton of fun. [Continue reading (2 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 04.04.17] action comedy

Looks like Bruce Willis is pretty keen on writer/directors Robb and Mark Cullen. The trio previously worked together on the Kevin Smith directed action comedy Cop Out which was written by the Cullen's and now Willis is working with the pair again, this time with Mark behind the camera. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Cathode Ray Mission 04.04.17]

Love him or hate him, one can't deny the fact that Jason Blum has developed a winning formula for his movies and, arguably, beat Roger Corman at his own game: make lots of little movies for cheap and mathematically, one or two of them are bound to make up for any lost revenue from the rest. It's a formula that has made Blum rich and more importantly, powerful in the w... [Continue reading]

Christopher Webster [Contests 04.04.17] scifi horror

It's time for another awesome Alien give-away courtesy of Titan Books! [Continue reading]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 03.31.17] horror thriller

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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.30.17] post apocalyptic thriller


Ann is the survivor of an outbreak which has turned most of the population into zombies and as Here Alone moves forward, we get our first glimpse at those zombies when she travels to a nearby house in search of food. From the get-go, it's clear zombies are the least important thing about this movie. We only see a glimpse of them moving quickly through a field, their... [Continue reading (2 comments)]

John Connor [Celluloid 03.30.17] thriller

Verticle Entertainment have released the first trailer for the sundance hit thriller, Berlin Syndrome. [Continue reading]

John Connor [Celluloid 03.29.17] horror

Brady Hall's upcoming 7 Witches has been generating some buzz as a finely crafted film in the vein of A24’s The Witch only with its roots planted firmly in true events that occurred off the rugged coast of Maine. [Continue reading]



Christopher Webster [Celluloid 03.29.17]

2017 promises to be a hell of a year for Stephen King fans. Among the projects up is another adaptation of IT, directed by Andrés Muschietti and written by Chase Palmer, Cary Fukunaga and Gary Dauberman. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 03.29.17] scifi adventure

STXfilms have released a BIG new trailer for VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS, Luc Besson's highly anticipated return to science fiction. [Continue reading (5 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.28.17] Austria scifi


Set in Europe in the near future, Clemens Schick stars as Vincent, a corporate drone schilling for the biggest business in the land: insurance companies. You see, in Hitz's future, death has been commoditized. Death insurance isn't simply something you buy to ensure your family is taken care of, it's a necessity if you plan to stay dead. If you die without insurance... [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.28.17] drama fantasy

The images from David Lowery's A Ghost Story are sort of ridiculous. Some feature star Rooney Mara looking morose, after all the movie centers on her dealing with the loss of her husband played by Casey Affleck, while others feature a white sheet with black eyes. My initial gut reaction is to laugh but now that I've seen the trailer, I'm not so sure. [Continue reading (3 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.27.17] comedy drama


It may also be the most innovative movie I've seen in some time. [Continue reading]

Simon Read [Celluloid 03.27.17] United Kingdom horror comedy

Prevenge is the feature directorial debut from Alice Lowe. It follows her character, Ruth, a heavily pregnant widow suffering through a psychotic breakdown as a result of the death of her husband from a climbing accident. Ruth believes that her unborn child is speaking directly to her from inside the womb, telling her to do terrible things, to track down the other cli... [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.22.17] Poland musical horror comedy drama


The very concept of director Agnieszka Smoczynska's feature film debut The Lure is this perfect mesh of material specifically designed for someone who, like me, loves a good fairy tale, a dash of horror and cheesy 80s dance music. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.22.17] horror

In many circles, "Death Note" is kind of a big deal. The manga which appeared to become a nearly instant sensation has spawned a number of Japanese movies, series and more cosplay than you can shake a stick at. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

John Connor [Celluloid 03.21.17] cyberpunk animation dystopic

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John Connor [Cathode Ray Mission 03.20.17] thriller crime

I had my reservations about Fargo becoming a TV show at FX, but I've been a fan since the first season. [Continue reading]

John Connor [Celluloid 03.20.17] post apocalyptic horror action fantasy western adventure

There's a part of me that still can't believe this movie is actually happening. Do we really live in a time when Stephen King's massive Dark Tower series could become its own cinematic universe? For me, this is would be the ultimate antidote to comic book universes which have dominated for the last decade. [Continue reading (5 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.16.17] Canada comedy

Robert Cuffley's wrestling comedy Chokeslam (review) had a great festival run after premiering last year at the Calgary Film Festival and with the movie's Canadian release around the corner, a newly minted trailer has been released. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.16.17] Canada scifi fantasy adventure

For a few years now writer/director Benjamin Ross Hayden has been dabbling in an interesting subgenre of filmmaking which mixes mysticism, fantasy, technology and the apocalyptic. His debut film Agophobia was a 30-minute blend of tech and fantasy and his feature film debut The Northlander appears to be working with similar themes even if the setting is slightly differ... [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.15.17] Russia scifi

Russian director Nikita Argunov is making a big splash with his feature film debut Koma. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 03.15.17] post apocalyptic scifi thriller

In the new sci-fi thriller Atomica, a young safety inspector is forced to fly out to a remote nuclear power plant isolated in the desert to bring it back online. Once inside the facility, mysterious clues and strange behaviors cause her to have doubts about the sanity, and perhaps identities, of the two employees onsite. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.15.17] scifi action

Though I'm generally not a fan of the concept of remakes, I understand the business of Hollywood loves the concept of a built-in audience and moreover, once in a while remakes, reboots and other rehashes of familiar properties turn out OK but something about the news that Warner Brothers is talking about going back to The Matrix just sits wrong with me. [Continue reading (5 comments)]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 03.14.17] horror podcast

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John Connor [Celluloid 03.13.17] action thriller noir crime

Edgar Wright is back with a high octane crime thriller called Baby Driver and it looks great. The film just played SXSW to great acclaim so why not drop a trailer too! [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 03.10.17] Netherlands thriller western


Pearce is the leader of a group of Dutch ex-patriots and religious zealots who left the motherland and settled in the United States, following a calling to create a new branch of Christianity which is pure and free of the corruption. We first meet him in the opening scenes of Brimstone as he arrives as the new pastor for a small community where Liz (Dakota Fanning) ... [Continue reading]

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