While millions of shoppers brave the cold and crowds looking for deals on Black Friday, others are stuck in front of a computer, rapidly searching for deals online. If that sounds like you, hopefully your refresh finger is quick, as Mondo has some very cool offerings going up on Friday.
There’s everyone’s favorite Spider-Man villain Venom by Randy Ortiz, a new take on Halloween by Jock, the underrated Sightseers by Olly Moss, the gruesome The Fly by Drew Millward, a gorgeous Lost Boys portrait by Jason Edmiston and even a new Watchmen poster (previously seen in Superhero Bits) by Kevin Tong. Yup, Friday is gonna be fun. Check out all the images below. Read More »
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Just under two months away from the kickoff of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and the second batch of films has been announced. Wednesday’s reveal of the competition narrative and documentaries has now been followed by the Spotlight, New Frontier and Park City at Midnight movies, which is where you’ll find most of the weird and genre stuff that’s playing at the fest from January 17-27.
Among the highlights are, the world premiere of the anthology film S-VHS (the sequel to V/H/S); Jeff Nichols‘ follow-up to Take Shelter, Mud; Ben Wheatley‘s follow-up to Kill List, Sightseers; James Franco interpreting gay S&M footage cut from Crusing in Interior. Leather Bar; Sarah Polley‘s documentary Stories We Tell; and the exorcism comedy Hell Baby starring Rob Corddry, Leslie Bibb, Paul Scheer, Rob Huebel.
Read about all the films after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 by Angie Han
Edgar Wright hasn’t directed a feature since 2010’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped bringing us films over the past couple of years. He exec produced last year’s Attack the Block, which proved to be one of the most enjoyable gems from last year’s crop of summer entertainments. Now he’s followed up by executive producing another promising picture, from Kill List director Ben Wheatley.
The new trailer for Sightseers starts out looking like a run-of-the-mill road trip dramedy, as a sweet, ordinary couple (Steve Oram and Alice Lowe) sets out to explore the English countryside. After the pair have a chance encounter with an irate local, however, the tone veers into something far darker — and funnier. Watch the video after the jump.
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If you’d like to see Ben Affleck with a stunning Seventies beard, Chris Hemsworth and Martin Freeman each surrounded by a bunch of dwarves or the first image from Ben Wheatley‘s follow-up to Kill List, this post is for you. After the jump, see new images from Ben Affleck’s Argo, Rupert Sanders‘ Snow White and the Huntsman, Peter Jackson‘s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and Ben Wheatley’s Sightseers. Read More »
Ben Wheatley‘s second film, Kill List, is becoming quite a conversation piece as it makes the rounds of a couple festivals. The film is described as a blend of domestic drama, hired-killer thriller and mystical horror that works in a surprising and sometimes very visceral manner. (Check out trailers here and here.) The director (who also did Down Terrace) is using the Kill List momentum to set up a few other projects. One of them, Sightseers, is a dark comedy that will be exec produced by Edgar Wright. Read More »