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Haunting U.S. Trailer For Austrian Psychological Horror Film ‘Goodnight Mommy’

After a festival tour including Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, New Directors/New Films and more, the Austrian horror feature Goodnight Mommy will finally be hitting U.S. theaters this fall. Coming from writing and directing duo Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz, the story follows two nine-year-old twins Lukas and Elias (Lukas and Elias Schwarz) that have a […]


U.S. Trailer For Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s ‘The Young and Prodigious Spivet,’ Getting Dumped By the Weinsteins

It’s not uncommon for a smaller distributor to be a bit behind on releasing press materials for a film, but when there’s radio silence the week of release, our eyebrows are raised. After picking up Jean-Pierre Jeunet‘s The Young and Prodigious Spivet at Cannes well over two years ago, we noticed earlier this week that The Weinstein […]


First Trailer For Hannah Fidell’s SXSW Drama ‘6 Years’ With Taissa Farmiga and Ben Rosenfield

“The euphoria and anguish of first love has been captured in countless films, but few do it with the level of raw authenticity and intimacy as found in Hannah Fidell‘s latest feature,” we said in our review. “6 Years, which seemingly takes place over the course of only a few weeks, tracks a climactic point in the […]

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Previews for Festival Entries from Andrzej Zulawski, Marco Bellocchio, and Tobias Lindholm

Barring premieres that might be left for the full NYFF lineup and whatever Oscar-friendly titles will make their “surprise” premiere at Telluride, we have a fairly comprehensive picture of what’s left, cinematically speaking, for the next several months. But because it’s easy for things to get lost in the shuffle, as you’ll notice merely by […]

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Trailer for Rick Alverson’s ‘Entertainment’ Gives Neil Hamburger a Heart and Soul

Following the Tim & Eric deconstruction that was The Comedy, one of 2012’s most horrifying films, Rick Alverson has turned his talents toward Gregg Turkington and his infamous, genius Neil Hamburger, the world’s worst comic with a knack for jokes that stun even the hardest-shelled. Forget whatever comfort the presence of stars such as John […]


Johnny Depp Owns Boston In New Trailer For ‘Black Mass’

With a set of premieres revealed for Toronto International Film Festival and Venice Film Festival, even if you can’t make it there, one will be able to see Black Mass sooner than most festival titles. The Johnny Depp-led biopic surrounding the dangerous Irish, Boston-based mobster Whitey Bulger will arrive in September and today brings yet another new trailer. […]


First Trailer For Cary Fukunaga’s ‘Beasts of No Nation’ Starring Idris Elba

Although he launched the series with a touch of brilliance, we imagine Cary Fukunaga isn’t too upset he departed the second season of True Detective, instead turning his attention to putting the finishing touches on his next film, Beasts of No Nation. Led by Idris Elba, Uzodinma Iweala‘s story, adapted by Fukunaga, centers on a young boy, […]


First Trailer For TIFF Drama ‘Room’ Starring Brie Larson

After taking on the creative process with the Michael Fassbender-led Frank, director Lenny Abrahamson‘s follow-up heads down a darker turn with Room. Based on the best-selling novel by Emma Donoghue, Brie Larson (21 Jump Street, Short Term 12) stars as a woman held captive with her child, inspired by the disturbing true story of Elisabeth Fritzl, an Austrian woman who […]


First Trailer for ‘Eadweard’ Ushers in the Dawn of Cinema

While it looks like that planned Gary Oldman-directed, Benedict Cumberbatch-led biopic on cinema pioneer Eadweard Muybridge never came to fruition, another one will make it to screens. As directed by Kyle Rideout, co-scripted by producer Josh Epstein, and based on the play Studies in Motion: The Hauntings of Eadweard Muybridge, the story of Eadweard focuses on the 1874 […]


New Trailer for Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Acclaimed ‘Cemetery of Splendor’

Notwithstanding the busy, Competition-focused schedules that forced our contributors to miss it, few Cannes titles pique interest quite like Apichatpong Weerasethakul‘s Cemetery of Splendour. (Blame an Un Certain Regard placement that baffled most festival attendees.) The Thai filmmaker (who prefers you not break your neck over pronunciation and instead call him “Joe”) returned after his […]

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