If you’re going to hire a screenwriter to go big, Terry Russio is a fine pick for the job. The co-writer behind Gore Verbinski’s massive Pirates of the Caribbean movies is leading the charge for the writers room handling Godzilla vs....Show More Summary
A Cure For Wellness hails from a remarkable craftsman. Director Gore Verbinski‘s latest has more to offer than beautiful and grotesque imagery. He’s continually heightening, in big and small ways, the film’s unholy atmosphere, as the camera moves smoothly from one creepy room to the next. Show More Summary
A long, strange, R-rated thriller with no major movie stars, A Cure For Wellness was never going to be a runaway blockbuster success story. But it’s still disheartening that Gore Verbinski’s crazed genre whatsit flopped so hard over the President’s Day weekend. Show More Summary
We spoke to director Gore Verbinski about his return to horror with 'A Cure for Wellness,' and what pulses under his new movie’s strange surface.
20th Century Fox has released a new batch of clips, images and posters for the mystery thriller "A Cure for Wellness". Directed by Gore Verbinski ("The Ring", "Pirates of... For more, visit our blog !
On A CURE FOR WELLNESS’ Cursed Filming Location: The Beelitz Sanatorium in Brandenburg, Germany. Read more...
Gore Verbinski is a talented director who landed in movie jail with his bloated The Lone Ranger for Disney. But he hasn’t fared much better by shifting from Westerns to the horror genre with the intriguingly titled A Cure for Wellness, which at 146 minutes takes itself way too seriously while also taking its time. Show More Summary
Spoilers ahead for A Cure for Wellness.Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness is chock-full of nightmarish imagery, but some of it looks so real, you might well wonder, How the hell did they do that? Three scenes in particular got under our skin, probably because they tap into some of ... More »
The Ring and Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness is now in theaters everywhere. Fox is doping up audiences with the trailer and poster made entirely out of pills. It’s pretty cool. Trace reviewed the film and called it a “feast for the eyes.” In the film, “An ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve […]
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You'll get that when you see it! Read the full article on AICN Stumbling into A CURE FOR WELLNESS, as I did, was a trippy situation, mind you, however you stumble into Gore Verbinski’s most successful bit of mind fuckery yet… it will...Show More Summary
Capone says style wins over substance in Gore Verbinski's epic gothic horror outing, A CURE FOR WELLNESS Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. While director Gore Verbinski has true gifts for immersive production...Show More Summary
At some point during “A Cure for Wellness,” a lavish and interminable new thriller from writer-director Gore Verbinski, I found myself wondering which movie it would pair best with on a double bill. Maybe “Crimson Peak” or “Shutter Island,” two similarly gorgeous-looking auteur forays into the...
The subject of Gore Verbinski’s “A Cure for Wellness” is the toxic effect of having too much money, and it’s a fitting sign of the movie’s obliviousness that it looks fulsomely expensive from beginning to end. It drips with gaudy display...Show More Summary
Director Gore Verbinski refuses to be defined by a single genre. He may be best known for the first three parts of the Pirates of the Caribbean action-adventure franchise, but his credits also include the surprisingly complex animated film Rango, bleak comedy The Weather Man, and crime caper The Mexican. Verbinski’s first massive hit, however,... Read more »
Gore Verbinski, director of the movie A Cure for Wellness, and I had a chat about how some pharmaceutical, health and fitness companies are able to prey on some sort of innate human need to "fix" things that may not even be broken in the first place.
The Bioshock movie died a slow, and upsetting death, and it's something most fans still remember to this very day. But why exactly did Rapture fail to get off the cinematic ground? Gore Verbinski knows, and he has shared that knowledge inside.
In the vein of the classic slow burn horror films of the late 1960s and early 1970s, Gore Verbinski’s (The Ring, the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films) A Cure for Wellness is a curious beast. Running at a rather lengthy 146 minutes, the film stands out among the recent slew of horror films that 2017 […]
In an earlier life, years before he became a big-time filmmaker, Gore Verbinski played guitar in a string of Los Angeles punk bands, banging out in-your-face songs with titles like “Hate You,” “Choke on It” and “I Wanna Die Like Elvis Did.” Alas, rock stardom wasn’t to be, and eventually Verbinski...
When we got the chance to speak with Dane DeHaan about Gore Verbinski's A Cure For Wellness, we were eager to hear the horror stories behind the horror.