The very unusual thriller Berberian Sound Studio is in theaters and on VOD now. So anyone who wants to see Toby Jones lose it a little, while trying to work on the sound mix for an exploitative Italian thriller, can do so now. It’s might not be exactly the movie you expect it to be, but give this one a few minutes to chip away at your sense of comfort and stability and the film’s slow burn will stick with you.
We’re happy to debut the excellent alternate poster you’ll find below. Read More »
Berberian Sound Studio started doing the festival rounds last year, but IFC is going to release it in the US this summer. Toby Jones plays a movie sound designer working on an Italian horror film, and the film follows his increasingly problematic mental state. Comparisons have been made to Roman Polanski’s work, and it’s easy to see some Coppola (The Conversation) and De Palma (Blow-Out) in there, too, along with the spirit of precisely the sort of films that Jones’ character is working on.
IFC has just released a US trailer, and it’s quite a nice piece of work. It does a good job getting across the idea that the film is rather quiet and a little bit strange, but it also stands as a great assembly of footage in its own right. Take a look below. Read More »