Mel Gibson And Vince Vaughn Embark on “Shotgun Safari” With “Dragged Across Concrete”

Thanks to good friend and filmmaker Anderson Cowan, I've been fixated on S. Craig Zahler's filmmaking for the past year. Bone Tomahawk and Brawl In Cell Block 99 are absolute classics, and one hopes Dragged Across Concrete Will reach similar heights. Details on the film, as well as the trailer, are below! Dragged Across Concrete … Continue reading Mel Gibson And Vince Vaughn Embark on “Shotgun Safari” With “Dragged Across Concrete”

‘Combat Obscura’ Documentary Takes A Bird’s Eye Look At Afghan War

The documentary Combat Osbscura takes viewers into life in the Marine Corps from a distinct point of view. Eighteen-year-old Miles Lagoze, a recent high school graduate, enlisted in the Maries and served as his unit's official videographer during his deployment to Afghanistan. Running at 70 minutes, the documentary had its premiere at 2018 True / … Continue reading ‘Combat Obscura’ Documentary Takes A Bird’s Eye Look At Afghan War

Jessica Rothe On Summer Camp Vibe Of ‘Happy Death Day 2U’ And ‘Valley Girl’ Experience

Jessica Rothe's latest film Happy Death Day 2U should clean up at the box office in its first week of release. In the post she talks about the "summer camp" aspect of that film and she also gives us the 411 on her upcoming Valley Girl remake! Here's what Jessica Rothe had to say about … Continue reading Jessica Rothe On Summer Camp Vibe Of ‘Happy Death Day 2U’ And ‘Valley Girl’ Experience

Elle Fanning Takes On Ellie Goulding’s “Lights’ In Latest ‘Teen Spirit’ Trailer

As witnessed in The Neon Demon and a slew of other films, Elle Fanning is always up for an artistic challenge. Can she convince us that she's a budding pop star in Teen Spirit? Check out the trailer and judge for yourself!   Teen Spirit centers on Violet (Elle Fanning), a reserved teenager who leaves … Continue reading Elle Fanning Takes On Ellie Goulding’s “Lights’ In Latest ‘Teen Spirit’ Trailer

Flick City: Jessica Rothe Finds Comfort In ‘The Princess Bride’ And ‘The Sound Of Music’

  Jessica Rothe returns to Happy Death Day 2U as Tree Gelbman, the young woman who has a literally repetitive relationship with the Grim Reaper. Horror films aside, Rothe briefly talked about movies she loves (The Princess Bride, The Sound of Music), as well as her binge watching tendencies with Friends, in our latest installment … Continue reading Flick City: Jessica Rothe Finds Comfort In ‘The Princess Bride’ And ‘The Sound Of Music’

Mads Mikkelsen Recounts Beautiful And Emotional ‘Arctic’ Journey

Shot in Iceland over 19 days, Arctic is a film that's definitely worth catching if you dig survivalist dramas. In this post .I included audio of Mads Mikkelsen's reflection on shooting the end scene (which is a total knockout) and why he immediately said "yes" to the project. Arctic centers on Overgård, a man who … Continue reading Mads Mikkelsen Recounts Beautiful And Emotional ‘Arctic’ Journey

Director Nicolas Pesce Talks Split Screen, Visually Immersive World Of ‘Piercing’

Director Nicolas Pesce's (The Eyes of My Mother) mines the immersive worlds of Brian De Palma and Alfred Hitchcock (throw in a dash of giallo cinema as well) with Piercing. The narrative, based on a Ryû Murakami novel centers on a guy (Christopher Abbott) who decides to commit the perfect murder.Mia Wasikowska is the escort … Continue reading Director Nicolas Pesce Talks Split Screen, Visually Immersive World Of ‘Piercing’

John Rhys-Davies Confronts The Undead In ‘Soldier of War’ Trailer

John Rhys-Davis, a revered character actor best known for his work in The Lord of the Rings films and two Indiana Jones flicks, is part of another fantastical plot (of an undead origin) with Soldier of War. Trailer is below! After the entrance to a military bunker hidden since World War II is discovered, an … Continue reading John Rhys-Davies Confronts The Undead In ‘Soldier of War’ Trailer

Sam Elliott Faces Mortality In ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot’ Trailer

Sam Elliott is getting a ton of coverage thanks to his Oscar nominated performance in A Star Is Born. That's perfect timing for the February release of his next film The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot. Check out the trailer below, and though I'll be posting a full review later, I'll give … Continue reading Sam Elliott Faces Mortality In ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot’ Trailer

New Zealand Thriller ‘The Changeover’ Weaves Its Cinematic Spell In February

Here's the interesting thing about The Changeover, a New Zealand set thriller which, at the time of posting, has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The lead actress, Erana James, is an up and comer whose career should gain more momentum with its February 22nd release in theaters and On Demand. It was released back … Continue reading New Zealand Thriller ‘The Changeover’ Weaves Its Cinematic Spell In February