Steven Soderbergh‘s return from semi-retirement continues full-steam-ahead. Soderbergh’s latest is Unsane, a thriller shot entirely on iPhones. In anticipation of the film, we’re running an Unsane contest, giving you the chance to with an Unsane poster signed by Soderbergh himself. Details below!
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Steven Soderbergh‘s iPhone-shot thriller Unsane is going to put Claire Foy through hell. The actress stars as a woman committed to an insane asylum, fighting to convince everyone around her she’s not insane. In a new Unsane clip, Foy’s character attempts to leave the asylum, with miserable results.
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Indie horror master Larry Fessenden made a name for himself directing a series of truly independent horror films, and now he’s set to return to filmmaking with the Frankenstein-inspired film Depraved. It will be Fessenden’s first feature film since 2013’s Beneath. More on the new Larry Fessenden movie below.
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After a brief stint in semi-retirement, Steven Soderbergh is back in action. Next up from the director is the mysterious horror movie Unsane, starring Claire Foy. Two new first look images from the film have been released ahead of the film’s premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival.
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Posted on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 by Angie Han
Chloë Grace Moretz is no stranger to (onscreen) life-or-death situations. She’s played a superhero, a vampire, and a telekinetic outsider with a furious grudge. But she’s never been in one quite like this.
Directed by R.J. Cutler (The September Issue) and based on the novel by Gayle Forman, If I Stay stars Moretz as a bright, talented teen who falls into a coma after a car accident kills the rest of her family. She’s faced with a choice — wake up an orphan and get about the hard work of moving on, or let go and die with her loved ones. Jamie Blackley plays her punk rock boyfriend, who may just give her something to live for.
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Posted on Tuesday, July 12th, 2011 by Angie Han
Vera Farmiga first broke into Hollywood during the late ’90s, but it probably wasn’t until her acclaimed turn in The Departed that she truly caught the public’s attention. Since then, she’s developed a reputation (well deserved, IMO) as one of the strongest actresses working today.
And soon, we might be praising her work behind the camera as well. Farmiga is making her directorial debut with Higher Ground, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Based on a memoir by Carolyn Briggs, Higher Ground stars Farmiga as a woman struggling with her faith over the decades. Watch the trailer after the jump. Read More »
David R. Ellis, who directed the second and fourth Final Destination films and Snakes on a Plane, at one point was campaigning to have his new film released with the working title intact: Untitled 3D Shark Thriller. That was, he said, because “The title says everything you need to know: ‘We’ve got sharks.’ ‘It’s in 3D.’ and, ‘It’s a thriller.‘”
But Shark Night 3D works pretty well, too. Defiantly horning in on the Jaws + boobs + 3D gore territory of last year’s Piranha (that being super-sacred territory) this one puts a bunch of homogeneously attractive kids on an island, then lets you watch them be torn to bits by sharks. My favorite kind of movie. Check out the trailer after the break. Read More »
After her exemplary performances in Down to the Bone, The Departed and Up in the Air, we all knew that Vera Farmiga was a talented actress. But with Higher Ground, she proves she’s an excellent director as well. Farmiga directed and stars in the story of one woman’s battle with faith from the 1950s through 1990s. Spanning several eras and featuring excellent supporting performances by John Hawkes, Joshua Leonard and others, Farmiga maintains great narrative propulsion by combining humor and debates about faith with a simple story and round characters. Read More »