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I love a film that keeps all of their cards close to their chest and then explodes leading up to release. Thus far, we've seen an clip that revealed nothing, along with a handful of stills featuring Martha Marcy May Marlene star Elizabeth Olsen. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Olsen, praised for her performance in Martha Marcy May Marlene, stars in this creepy looking thriller directed by Chris Kentis & Laura Lau. The Open Road release opens March 9.
Devin catches up on some 2011 reviews! First up: Sean Durkin's low key and very scary cult movie.
Elizabeth Olsen, Hugh Dancy, and John Hawkes star in Sean Durkin's directorial debut about a young woman who escapes a cult. [...]
Well, with movies like MELANCHOLIA and MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE...specifically the female turns yielded in such...why not keep with the psychological terror?!? Screen Daily is reporting that HARRY POTTER director David Yates is lining...Show More Summary
Rumpus columnist Nicholas Rombes explores the “Occupy zeitgeist” in 2011 cinema over at Filmmaker. Rombes reveals how films such as Drive, Meek’s Cutoff, Martha Marcy May Marlene, and Tree of Life, while seemingly “far removed” from the movement, “speak to Occupy anxieties of this past year.”“…It’s possible that films like Tree of Life somehow capture [...]
GET CAPTIVATED BY ELIZABETH OLSEN IN THE GRIPPING PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLERMARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENEFeaturing the Award Winning Short Film “Mary Last Seen”Only On Blu-ray and DVD February 21From 2011 Sundance Film Festival “Best Director”...Show More Summary
Sundance Film Festival hit and indie awards contender MARTH MARCY MAY MARLENE is coming to your home on Blu-ray and DVD later this winter, giving those of us who weren't lucky enough to check it out in the theater a chance to see what all the buzz is about. Show More Summary
Open Road Films and Liddell Entertainment recently set March 9, 2012 as the national release date for Silent House (review), the horror thriller starring talented newcomer Elizabeth Olsen (Martha Marcy May Marlene) and co-directed by filmmaking duo Chris Kentis and Laura Lau, who left audiences terrified with the hit film Open Water. Show More Summary
This year has given us films that have taken us to slightly darker places from living with sex addiction (Shame) to life within a cult (Martha Marcy May Marlene, Sound of My Voice) to struggling with personal and sexual identity (The Beaver, Pariah), just to name a few. Show More Summary
10. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II 9. 13 Assassins 8. Martha Marcy May Marlene 7. Drive 6. Cabin in the Woods 5. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 4. Tucker & Dale versus Evil 3. Brave 2....
Elizabeth Olsen leaves a studio after taping an appearance on Live! with Kelly on Monday (December 5) in New York City. The 22-year-old actress chatted about her film Martha Marcy May Marlene, growing up with six siblings, and being a working student! PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Elizabeth Olsen “I think for me its more about [...]
Launched at Sundance Film Festival 2011, Martha Marcy May Marlene has garnered cultic interest for both its star, Elizabeth Olsen, and its young producer/director/writer, Sean Durkin.
Elizabeth Olsen poses on the red carpet of IFP’s Gotham Independent Film Awards held at Cipriani Wall Street on Monday night (November 28) in New York City. The 22-year-old Martha Marcy May Marlene actress, in a Valentino dress and Kwiat jewels, was joined at the awards show by Young Adult’s Charlize Theron and her co-star Patton [...]
Martha Marcy May Marlene is a film about a young woman trying desperately (and unsuccessfully) to recover from her traumatic stint as a member of a rural cult, sexual concubine of its charismatic spiritual leader. It is one of those “art-house” movies that ended with surprisingly little warning. Show More Summary
Following her older twin sisters as she makes a name for herself in show business, Elizabeth Olsen is featured in the December 2011 issue of Marie Claire. The "Martha Marcy May Marlene" actress donned a variety of Chanel ensembles for...Show More Summary
This week, David , Devindra , and Adam discuss the sad business of Brett Ratner's Oscar-hosting gig, unabashedly praise Alexander Payne's The Descendants, ponder the bizarre world of Cars, and get excited for new episodes of Arrested Development. Show More Summary
When reminiscing on the past, she’ll most likely remember 2011 as her break-out year, and Elizabeth Olsen recently opened up about what it's been like. The “Martha Marcy May Marlene” star told MTV News, “This year has been such a learning experience. Show More Summary
Despite its flaws, this should be seen by everyone as a cautionary tale of what could happen to an unsuspecting victim by a sinister cult leader bent on recruiting followers for whatever nefarious purposes he or she has in mind. Think of it as a cautionary tale.