Pinkband Trailer: Wetlands

Pinkband Trailer:  Wetlands

The very graphic trailer for Wetlands, a German comedy about a girl discovering her body and experimenting with extreme personal hygiene which is also a romantic and family drama.

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Trailer: Leviathan

Trailer:  Leviathan

Vndrey Zvyagintsev (The Return, Elena) makes beautiful, stark, bluntly visualized films of uncommon sophistication and emotion. His latest looks fantastic.

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Trailer: Autómata

Trailer:  Autómata

Euro-Robot science fiction flick, Autómata gets a trailer. With Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith, Dylan McDermott and Robert Forster

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Fantasia Review: The Hundred Year Old Man Who…

Fantasia Review:  The Hundred Year Old Man Who…

This expensive Swedish take on Forrest Gump is a smarter, wittier and the main character, instead of being gentle and dim, is a ne’er-do-well with taste for vodka and explosives.

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Mamoru Oshii and The Sky Crawlers

Mamoru Oshii and The Sky Crawlers

Iconic master of animation, Mamoru Oshii discusses his 2008 existential science fiction movie about the lives of clones, and war for entertainment. This is coupled with Kurt’s original review of the film.

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Trailer: When Marnie Was There

Trailer:  When Marnie Was There

A teasing (if familiar) look one of the upcoming features from Studio Ghibli

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Friday One Sheet: Tokyo Collage!

Friday One Sheet:  Tokyo Collage!

Sion Sono’s upcoming Tokyo Tribe gets a big colourful and dense piece of key art.

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Trailer: Jackpot

Trailer:  Jackpot

I managed to catch this Norwegian dark comedy two years ago at the Fantasia film festival (and I quite liked it). A cheeky disorganzied-crime adaptation of a Jo Nesbø (Headhunters) story that is derivative of all things Tarantino and Coen, but that’s all right. It is nothing deep, but it is a lot of fun. Terrified and bloody, Oscar Svendsen awakes...

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A very Magnificent Red Band Trailer for Snowpiercer

Snowpiercer, Bong Joon-Ho’s post-apocalyptic ‘society on a train’ action movie based on the French Graphic Novel (“Transperceneige”) has been released in pretty much every market except for USA/Canada at this point. There is even a uber-complete Blu-Ray in France if you have 40 Euros to spare. It is getting a proper (un-cut,...

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Teaser: [Rec]4

And speaking of one of the better found footage franchises, the presumably final entry into the Spanish [Rec] series of films has abandoned the Found Footage conceit altogether as it circles back to the protagonist of the first film, TV reporter Ángela Vidal, who is dragged into quarantine on an oil-rig. The director duo of the first two films split up with...

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