If Captain America: Civil War didn’t give you enough Paul Rudd for the summer, Netflix has the remedy. The streaming service picked up the indie comedy The Fundamentals of Caring from the Sundance Film Festival, and now it’s debuting exclusively on Netflix next weekend. Show More Summary
Rob Burnett’s sophomore feature helming effort, The Fundamentals Of Caring, was the closing night film at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Based on the novel by Jonathan Evision, it stars Paul Rudd, Craig Roberts, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Ehle, Megan Ferguson and Frederick Weller. Show More Summary
Todd Solondz is back to check in on Welcome to Dollhouse‘s Dawn Wiener, now played by Greta Gerwig in the writer/director’s newest film, Wiener-Dog. The semi-sequel premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, where it was reviewed positively by critics. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, the Sundance Film Festival invited audiences to an experience unlike any other in its history: a seven-and-a-half-hour documentary on O.J. Simpson made by ESPN’s heralded “30 for 30” documentary arm. At a festivalShow More Summary
After playing the Sundance and SXSW film festivals, IFC Midnight acquired U.S. rights to Ritual, Darling and Pod director Mickey Keating’s survival horror with Carnage Park (read our review…and another), which is based on a shocking true story. Show More Summary
Sundance Film Festival 2016 documentary winner Weiner topped the weekend's new Specialty releases, and boasts the highest per theater average debut among non-fiction releases this year. The Sundance Selects release grossed $85,525 from five New York and Los Angeles locations this weekend. Show More Summary
In 2012, Magnus Walker burst onto the stage with Urban Outlaw, a short film which documented his obsession with Porsche and customising 911s. It was shown at the Sundance film festival and exposed Walker’s previously private yet extensive collection of impeccably restored and outrageously modified Porsche 911s to the world. Show More Summary
The scariest maze in America has been documented in Rich Fox’s The Blackout Experiments(read our review), which had its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The Blackout Experiments begins when, “A group of friends discover the dark underworld of the ultra-scary, psychosexual horror experience called Blackout. But what starts as a thrill ride through the unknown […]
"I'm so glad that it's finally acceptable for women to talk about success." Sony Classics has unveiled the trailer for an indie drama titled Equity, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year. It's a film written and...Show More Summary
How one politician, seemingly set on doing good, couldn't get it together. Political scandals bring the clandestine misdeeds of powerful figures into stark relief, offering us a sneak peek at the private realities behind often highly curated public lives. Show More Summary
Mickey Keating's CARNAGE PARK premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival to pretty decent reviews (including a 6/10 from our very own Chris Bumbray), but like always the festival flick hasn't gotten to the viewing public yet. Show More Summary
When Obvious Child premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, it heralded the beginnings of three extremely promising film careers. Jenny Slate, though she’d spent one season as a Saturday Night Live cast member, was still mostly known as a live performer in New York City. Show More Summary
One film I was very disappointed to miss at this year’s Sundance Film Festival was Little Men, the new drama by Ira Sachs. The drama might not sound all that exciting on paper — it concerns two young friends, Jake (Theo Taplitz) andShow More Summary
Ten years ago junk scientist Al Gore released his award-winning movie “An Inconvenient Truth” at the Sundance Film Festival. Gore... The post What’s Not to Love? Trump Taps Global Warming Critic to Draft Energy Policy appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The Iranian horror film Under the Shadow is going to get an English-language remake, even though it just made its debut appearance earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival (check out our review). The London-based Wigwam Films and XYZ Films, who are handling the North American sales for the film, have announced that they […]
Babak Anvari's feature directorial debut, the Farsi-language horror film UNDER THE SHADOW, just made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival back in January. Less than four months later, London-based Wigwam Films, who produced...Show More Summary
This film is not for the ticklish, nor for the faint at heart! This week, Magnolia Pictures released the trailer for its new documentary Tickled, which received rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival. Related: Documentary About Whitney Houston's Life Is In The Works The movie stars New Zealand journalist David Farrier who has a penchant for investigating [...]
A new trailer for Swiss Army Man, often described as the ‘Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie’, has just been released giving a look at what set so many tongues a wagging at last year’s Sundance Film Festival. The movie follows Pa… Read The post Here’s the Trailer for the Daniel Radcliffe Farting Corpse Bromance Movie – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Swiss Army Man became an instant sensation at the Sundance Film Festival thanks to the film's offbeat dark humor, and the new red band trailer hints at some of the breakout gross-out movie's more infamous sequences, from Daniel Radcliffe's farting corpse to the dead man's compass-like erection. "I think your...
This June, you’ll be able to see Dan Radcliffe as a dead corpse in one of the most talked-about independent films at the Sundance Film Festival. The film’s Facebook page posted photos of new posters for the film, as well as a new trailer! Warning: The trailer (and poster) are R-Rated, featuring Dan Radcliffe as...read more!