Included in the Toronto line-up is Brandon (son of David) Cronenberg’s Antiviral, which made its North American Premiere at the fest. Brad (aka Mr.
Reviewed by Mike Ferraro
More than competently executed, The Possession is sort of a tough one to tackle. Visually, it’s great. The direction is assured and the performances are all pretty top notch.
It’s been well over a decade, but director Ed Sanchez has finally created another worthwhile film with Lovely Molly.
Kill List is the kind of film whose full impact doesn’t hit you until after you have had a chance to reel your mind in from the incredibly intense ending.
Starting on July 13, Rodrigo Cortes’ Red Lights began its theatrical run and has continued to expand over the last few weeks, with more locations to come.
Director Vernon Sewell made over 30 movies in his career, and Burke & Hare ‘72 was the last film he ever directed. Take that however you will, because Burke & Hare is not a good movie.
Earlier this morning I received an extremely cool package from the good folks at Lionsgate. What was inside was brand new Nurse 3D art with a letter that says it’s a limited edition collectible with only 100 in print.
“Today we are ending the apocalypse” -Idris Elba in Pacific Rim.
Walt Disney Pictures has released a Comic-Con exclusive poster for Frankenweenie, Tim Burton’s latest animated feature in which a young Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, onl