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Director Nicolas Winding Refn (The Neon Demon) has teamed up with screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, best known for their extensive work on the James Bond franchise, for his Tokyo-set thriller, The Avenging Silence. Refn will again follow a man of few words with his next film. Show More Summary
Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon was a nice return to form after the disappointing Only God Forgives, but it sounds like his next film will be a direct attempt to cater to fans of his phenomenally stylish 2011 thriller Drive. For cool people who like cool stuff, that’s pretty good news all on its own. Show More Summary
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Last year, director Nicolas Winding Refn released a horror film called The Neon Demon starring Elle Fanning and Christina Hendricks. To provide greater insight into the sounds that inspired the movie, Refn has announced a new vinyl compilation called The Wicked Die Young. Show More Summary
Nicolas Winding Refn's go-to maestro turned beauty into pop for The Neon Demon.
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The Neon Demon isn’t the worst film ever made, but it is terrible because one can see promise squandered. By promise, however, I don’t mean the director, the super-slick Nicolas Winding Refn, whose male gaze is so overpowering it’s a… Continue reading ?
We haven’t heard a whole lot about horror film The Bringing, other than that Nicolas Winding Refn almost directed it a few years ago and that Ant-Man scene-stealer Michael Peña will star in it, but now Deadline is reporting that Columbia Pictures and parent company Sony Pictures Entertainment have dropped the project. Show More Summary
With divisive The Neon Demon hitting DVD and Blu-ray on Halloween in the UK, the outspoken director took to the stage at The Prince Charles Cinema in London for a special event. Sandwiched between two movies Bond writers, Purvis and Wade, led a conversation around the auteurs work. While they were tightlipped around their upcoming collaboration […]
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European filmmakers seem to favor theme and concept over actual execution which may be one reason why American audiences appear so resistant to the overseas offerings. For example, Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn had a fairly interesting idea about exploring female villains, inspired by the real life doings of mass murderer Countess Elizabeth Báthory. He […]
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Today, The Weeknd has shared his somehow already MTV EMA-nominated video for his new single with Daft Punk, “Starboy”. The thing is slick and moody in a late-period Nicolas Winding Refn kind of way. The clip follows Abel Tesfaye’s “former” persona—the shy, mysterious, drug-addled... Continue reading
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“Polarizing is the greatest achievement in any art form, even in cinema” exclaims Nicolas Winding Refn, the always controversial Danish filmmaker who brought us such niche gems as Drive and Only God Forgives. His latest foray into the cinematic world is a film called The Neon Demon, a highly divisive project about a girl named […]
"THE NEON DEMON was Refn going buck nuts with the Giallo inspired audio/visual aesthetics while double dipping his sack in the Lynch coffee mug when it came to his characters and the use of symbolism.""The Arrow reviews The Neon Demon" Read More...