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‘Hardcore Henry’ One-Sheet is Extremely Hardcore!

I loved Ilya Naishuller’s first-person actioneer Hardcore Henry, which is “filled to the brim with holy shit moments.” STX won the film after a heated bidding war out of the Toronto International Film Festival, and will now release it in theaters on April 8th. This afternoon the official poster was dropped out of a plane […]

‘The Girl In The Photographs’: Release Set For Pic Exec-Produced By Wes Craven

After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, and playing Screamfest in Los Angeles, Vertical Entertainment announced an Apfril 1st VOD and limited theatrical release of Nick Simon’s The Girl In The Photographs, which pegs Wes Craven as an executive producer. It’s a shame that this is one of Craven’s last films as it’s terrible. […]

‘Lance Carter’ Art Prepares For Ghostly Sex

New EFM sales art has appeared for the upcoming supernatural drama Lace Crater, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. The teaser, also below, explains how a young woman is experiencing frightening changes after having sex with a ghost. “An awkward twentysomething begins to undergo some strange physical changes after a weekend tryst — […]

Watch ‘The Chickening,’ a Poultry-Infused Reworking Of ‘The Shining’!

It’s rare for a short film to play in the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness program, which is why it’s was a huge deal that those who attended last September witnessed Davy Force and Nick DenBoer’s fucking bonkers Canadian short “The Chickening.” The Shining gets a digital remix in this poultry-infused reworking of Stanley […]

The Toronto Film Festival Will Host a Live-Reading of ‘Space Jam’ During All-Star Weekend

Ok. This is a little weird. Amid all the (awesome) festivities of NBA All-Star Weekend, the Toronto International Film Festival is doing their best to get all eyes on…Space Jam? Not the actual movie, mind you, but a live reading of the script, presumably with athletes and celebrities, though no one has been named yet. […]

Newswire: A live reading of Space Jam is a thing that is actually happening

Believe it or not, the Toronto International Film Festival will be hosting a live reading of DGA-award-winning director Joe Pytka’s Space Jam next month. Has a partially animated, basketball-themed action-comedy full of absurd sightShow More Summary

Netflix Acquires “FEBRUARY” Director’s Next Horror Offering

2 weeks agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

Debuting at Toronto International Film Festival and quickly becoming one of the most buzzed-about festival titles of 2015, FEBRUARY is slated to scare audiences later this year from A24 Pictures (who, with THE WITCH and GREEN ROOM on their slate, are killing it in 2016). But what was even more of a sure thing following […]

Five Tales Scorch the Screen with Southbound

3 weeks agoGenres / Horror : 28DLA

The first trailer for the horror thriller Southbound has been released. This film had its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. A film anthology, Southbound features five interlocking terrorific tales. Set to release in early February, the film's first trailer shows several characters on a desolate road. Show More Summary

‘High-Rise’ Poster Jumps Off a Ledge

Welcome to the high life… StudioCanal is taking a leap of faith with this teaser one-sheet for Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise, which had its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival to luke-warm buzz (read our review). Being released here in the States through Magnet, High-Rise starsMagnet Releasing released this fun teaser trailer for Ben […]

Movie Review: Michael Moore wants to make America great again with Where To Invade Next

When Michael Moore’s latest documentary was announced as part of the Toronto International Film Festival lineup a few months ago, only its title, Where To Invade Next, was provided—no synopsis or log line. Many people reflexively cringed, imagining some sort of bellicose rant about American foreign policy, particularly in the Middle East. Show More Summary

‘Spotlight’ Producers Steve Golin & Nicole Rocklin On Making A Serious Oscar Contender – AwardsLine

With advance word of well-received showings in Venice and Telluride, the audience for Spotlight at the Toronto International Film Festival was in full anticipation mode. After seeing director Tom McCarthy's extraordinary handling ofShow More Summary

‘High Rise’ Trailer: Tom Hiddleston Teases Luxury Living in a Most Ominous Way

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year, Ben Wheatley‘s adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s 1975 novel High-Rise was finally picked up by Magnolia Pictures for release via their niche distribution arm Magnet Releasing. Show More Summary

‘High-Rise’ Trailer Tours the Tower

Magnet Releasing released this fun teaser trailer for Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise, which had its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival to luke-warm buzz (read our review). The High-Rise teaser gives us a taste of star Tom Hiddleston (The Avengers, Crimson Peak), but is mostly a tour of the tour of terror that also […]

Michael Moore’s ‘Where to Invade Next’ Wide Release Pushed Back for Nationwide Tour

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Not too long ago, we saw the first trailer for Michael Moore‘s Toronto International Film Festival selected documentary, Where to Invade Next. The film was originally set for an Oscar qualifying release on December 23rd, and would have opened in theaters everywhere on January 15th. Show More Summary

Magnet Acquires Ben Wheatley’s ‘High-Rise’ Thriller!

Magnet Releasing stands tall in the bidding for Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise, which had its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival to luke-warm buzz (read our review). The company has acquired U.S. rights and will release in 2016. Further details are forthcoming. From the director of Kill List, Sightseers and A Field in England, […]

‘I Saw the Light’ Trailer: Give a Rousing Welcome to Tom Hiddleston as Hank Williams

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, the biopic I Saw the Light about country singer Hank Williams was supposed to be released Thanksgiving weekend. But back in October, the movie was pushed backShow More Summary

Another Failed Exhibition at TIFF: “Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen”

3 months agoArts : Art Fag City

It’s hard to count all the ways the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) exhibition “Andy Warhol: Stars of the Silver Screen” fails. Lame gallery space, obvious exhibition design, poor exhibition maintenance all contribute to a terrible viewing experience. Show More Summary

‘Sherpa’ Doc Director Jennifer Peedom On Filming Through Everest Tragedy & Giving The Sherpas A Voice

While Universal's Everest might be commanding more headlines, Jennfier Peedom's documentary Sherpa, which made its North American debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in September, always sought to tell a story about the famed mountain that rarely sees the light of day. Show More Summary

Aussie Indie Film Downriver Will Reach U.S. Audiences

3 months agoLGBT / Gay : Out Traveler G.P.S.

After receiving rave reviews at Toronto Internation Film Festival, the Aussie film Downriver finally snags a distributor. read more

BROOKLYN: Saoirse Ronan Discusses Her Latest Role In John Crowley’s Beautiful New Film

3 months agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Alamo Drafthouse Kalamazoo creative manager James Sanford spoke with the actress at the Toronto International Film Festival this year. Read more...

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