Riding a wave of good festival showings and positive reviews, the horror film We Are Still Here begins to hit theaters and VOD this weekend. Ted Geoghegan made the film as his directorial debut, and the story follows a couple as they attempt to put a traumatic loss behind them by moving to a nice house out in the New England countryside. But the house has secrets, and it hungers. There’s clearly a vein of humor that runs through this one, alongside inspiration from Lovecraft and some other weird fiction. Check out the new We Are Still Here trailer below. Read More »
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Mark Duplass can play sensitive and affable, but he’s also able to tap into an undercurrent of weird and off-kilter sensibility. Both sets of skills seem to be on display in Creep, from writer/director Patrick Brice, who also co-stars. Brice plays a cash-stapped guy who answers an ad offering to pay $1000 for a day’s worth of filming. His temp employer, played by Duplass, seems to have a legit project in mind, but at the end of the day things start to get weird. Really weird. Check out the Creep trailer below. Read More »
The noir Black Coal, Thin Ice won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 2014, but the US still hasn’t had a chance to see writer/director Yi’nao Diao’s highly praised film. The story follows two an ex-cop who digs back into an old and unsolved murder case when a new killing is discovered that uses the same specific methodology as the old. Linking them is a woman whose connection to the murders is at first uncertain.
Lead performers Wang Xuebing, Liao Fan, and Gwei Lun were signed out for their work in the film, and Black Coal, Thin Ice has been called a multi-layered story that transcends genre.
See the Black Coal, Thin Ice trailer out of the UK below. Read More »
Here’s the first trailer for Bridge of Spies, the film that brings director Steven Spielberg and star Tom Hanks together with writers Joel and Ethan Coen and Matt Charman to tell the story of an American attorney who was on the forefront of a Cold War conflict involving the exchange of political prisoners in the early 1960s.
CIA pilot Francis Gary Powers was shot down over the Soviet Union in 1960, and the United States long denied that his mission was related to intelligence-gathering. He was convicted of espionage in the Soviet Union and sentenced to ten years in prison. In 1962, he returned to the US thanks to a spy-swap deal between the US and Soviets.
That deal is the center of this film, but this first Bridge of Spies trailer says that the film is really about fighting for values, especially when people and governments alike have been stirred into a frightened and paranoid furor. Can Tom Hanks stand fast and represent ideals of fairness and freedom in the face of fear? Read More »
The first trailer for the new Steven Spielberg film Bridge of Spies will be out tomorrow, so you don’t have long to wait before seeing the first footage of Tom Hanks as James Donovan, the Brooklyn lawyer who negotiated the release of a US pilot in Berlin during the cold war. This is a film co-written by the Coen Brothers, by the way, just in case you needed one more reason to be interested.
In the meantime, check out the first Bridge of Spies poster, which finds a very serious Tom Hanks caught between the US and Soviet flags. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, June 4th, 2015 by Angie Han
We never know quite what’s going to happen when Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell team up, but it’s usually safe to assume we’re in for something hilariously bizarre. The pair’s newest collaboration is the Lifetime movie A Deadly Adoption.
Based on the cheesy tagline (“The birth of a plan gone wrong”), it sounds like everything you’d expect a Will Ferrell Kristen Wiig Lifetime movie to be. Get all the details, and see the first billboard, after the jump. Read More »
This weekend Melissa McCarthy enters secret agent territory as the unlikely hero Susan Cooper in the action comedy Spy. And while the trailers seem to indicate that she’s probably not the best woman for the job, she did get us thinking about the best spies in the business.
There have been plenty of spies on the big screen, from James Bond to Jason Bourne, and I decided to count down the Top 15 Best Movie Spies that we’ve seen throughout the years. However, you won’t find the likes of real-life spies whose life stories have been adapted for film. Instead, this is a collection of fictional spies from the movies. So with that out of the way, let’s count down the Top 15 Movies spies after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, June 1st, 2015 by Angie Han
Fox is making plans for more 24. But in a (kinda, sorta, not really) shocking plot twist, the new 24 might not center around Jack Bauer.
The studio is reportedly developing a 24 spinoff that’ll revolve around a new male lead. Kiefer Sutherland would appear as a guest star. More details on the possible 24 spinoff after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, June 1st, 2015 by Angie Han
In Spy, Jason Statham plays a parody version of the over-the-top badasses he plays in most of his other films. But now it sounds like he’s ready to return to playing it straight.
Statham confirms he’s still set to star in Viva La Madness, the sequel to 2004’s Layer Cake, for which he’s also a producer. In fact, he says it’s aiming to shoot in 2016. Get his Layer Cake sequel update after the jump. Read More »