The big lovable ugly dopey radioactive breathing lizard is back in all his rubber suited (CG this go round) glory. Not much to go on regarding plot, at least based on the trailer, but rest assured, it'll be thin enough to setup an excuse for Godzilla to tear shit up while shouting that iconic shrilly scream of his.
It's a bit ambiguous, a little weird, but as it's a Nicholas Winding Refn film, it's also absolutely gorgeous. Check it out below:
We're surprised it didn't happen sooner.
With overwhelmingly positive impressions and reviews following it's Toronto International Film Festival debut last year, it was only a matter of time before Joe Begos' latest creation found its way into distribution and soon, into our grubby little hands.
'The Mind's Eye' (a sort of homage to David Cronenberg's telepathic classic, 'Scanners') follows a pair of telepaths (Zack and Rachel) that after having been detained under the guise of public safety, are forced to break free and put their heads together in order to stop those looking to exploit their abilities.
Starring Graham Skipper, Larry Fessenden, John Speredakos, and Lauren Ashley Carter - Expect 'The Mind's Eye' to rattle the heads of horror fans across North America when it drops later this year! In the meantime, check out the interview our podcast team conducted, with Begos himself.
From the press-release:
Newport Beach, CA - Bad Theology Pictures is excited to announce the world premiere of Thomas Torrey'sFare. The tense thriller will screen for the first time at the 17th Newport Beach Film Festival, at 8:30 pm on April 26th at Island Cinemas.
Fare stars writer-director Thomas Torrey, Katherine Drew, J.R. Adduci and Pat Dortch. Filmed entirely inside a moving car over three days, Torrey's debut feature follows a cab driver whose chance encounter with a passenger spirals into a night of darkness. Fare explores the darkest depths of love, betrayal and the fight for a committed relationship.
Newport Beach Film Festival World Premiere:
8:30 pm, April 26, 2016
Island Cinemas - Screen 5
999 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Tickets here : http://www.newportbeachfilmfest.com/event/fare
Perfectly normal human bodily functions and behavior, can sometimes make us feel uncomfortable, depending on the context in which they are discussed or used. What say you then, if the context is that of a budding friendship between a hopeless strandee and his newly discovered corpse? Not sure where I'm going with this, but do yourself a favor, watch the trailer for "Swiss Army Man", and find out why farts and dead friends are little cause for discomfort when you're too busy finding your smile, and a way back home.
"A hopeless man stranded in the wilderness befriends a dead body and together they go on a surreal journey to get home."
From the press-release:
Check out a clip from the film, as well as the trailer, below
FINALLY! The feature length version of the horror movie short, gets it's first trailer and we, get our first look at what should be a terrifying experience. Fingers crossed that the original premise translates well to a full running time, though with the original creator at the helm, we have high hopes. Check it out below, and watch the original short film underneath it.
With women playing bigger and bigger roles in the film-industry, specifically horror, its important we have events that dedicate focus to their achievements and contributions. One such lady who's contributions have already begun to make quite the splash, will have her latest work showcased at the "Days of the Dead" horror convention taking place in L.A. April 2nd; Patricia Chica's horror-comedy short, 'A Tricky Treat' will surely have audiences both gasping and laughing in their seats. Check out the details (and trailer) below, and be sure to keep an eye out for our review!
From the Press-Release:
Looks like pre-orders for the much anticipated documentary begin May 16th this year, with an estimated shipping date of June 27th. From the official Facebook account:
So hang tight, we're almost there. With the extra work being done to add more material to the project, the wait will be more than worth it!