When you drink orange juice, do you love a bit of pulp in the liquid, even if that stuff gets stuck between your teeth or leads to a necessary wipe on the mouth? Nicolas Cage’s latest film Looking Glass oozes sleaze from the get go, and while some viewers may become disenchanted with this lurid noir, others will eagerly sink their teeth into another memorable Cage vehicle.
The tagline for the new horror film The Campus is “Morgan’s going to die tonight . . . a lot.” That’s the perfect summary for this J. Horton directed indie flick that, though intentionally tongue-in-cheek by design, hits the mark.
I mentioned on the recent episode of CinemAddicts that I am sick of romantic comedies set in New York City. That being said, having Holly Hunter and Tony Shalhoub as your leads has changed my mind (at least for now), as I’m looking forward to checking out Breakable You. Trailer and plot details below!
There’s just too many movies to wade through on a daily basis to truly get excited over a movie, but the trailer for You Were Never Really Here has me pumped. The trailer is below, as well as five reasons why this movie should be on your radar.
People love to talk about the power of a perfect pop song, but what about punk? Director Brian Taylor (Crank) has infused his storyteller with no-nonsense adrenalized filmmaking, and while that aesthetic (like punk) has its detractors, the fans willing to enjoy the refreshingly hellish train ride known as Mom and Dad are in for a treat.
Screen Media Films has bought the North American rights to Josie, a thriller headlined by Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones), Dylan McDermott (The Practice) and Jack Kilmer (The Stanford Prison Experiment). Details on the picture (and why I’m excited about the project) below!
Liam Neeson has worked in over 70 films, and four of those pictures have been with director Jaume Collet-Serra. The pair previously had hits with Unknown, Non-Stop, and Run All Night and now they are riding that streak via the train driven narrative The Commuter.