This may just be a parody trailer, but it's not going to be long before someone creates a horror film about a hobbyist's quadcopter becoming self-aware and murdering its human masters. Introducing The Drone.Read More
When I was 14, I was too busy revising Shakespeare and algebra for my exams. Nathan Ambrosioni isn't your average 14 year old, as he has been busy directing a frighteningly good looking horror film that will be shown at the Cannes film festival.Read More
On the surface of it, ReCURSION starts off like any other romantic comedy: a best man trying to find a ring left behind. That is where all comparisons to the genre end, and take a deep dive into the world of science fiction.Read More
Lee Daniels, the man who brought us the Oscar nominated Precious in 2009, and 2004’s The Woodsman, released the theatrical trailer for political biopic The Butler earlier this month. Due to hit UK cinemas in August, this epic excavation into recent US political history reportedly cost a 25-million-dollar budget. Was this great financial effort to produce a damning and revelatory revision of history, or just ‘business as usual’, politically and industrially speaking?
UK filmmakers Sneaky Zebra have unveiled their new project: a short film focused on the character of Luke Cage (otherwise known as Power Man) and how he breaks out of his unjust imprisonment, bringing unwanted attention to himself in the process from certain high-up interested parties.
Kevin Smith has changed his mind about using Kickstarter to fund Clerks III, saying that doing so would be unfair to struggling film makers.
Unlike Zach Braff, Smith has decided to use the capital and influence he already has rather than use funding from the public.
Kevin Smith announced on Monday that he has completed a draft of Clerks III.
When he began the script in March, he said that the final film in the Clerks series would be the best film he'd ever make.
Star Trek: Into Darkness is a well-executed and thoughtfully written follow up to the 2009 film, with excellent performances and incredible action scenes; sadly, it fizzles out somewhat in the last 20 minutes.
IBM have made a short movie out of single carbon monoxide molecules, titled 'A Boy And His Atom.' It has been verified by Guinness World Records™ as The World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Film.
Does Iron Man 3 make up for the disappointment of the second movie? We take a look at the latest exploits of the “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.”
Zach Braff, most famously known for his role as JD from Scrubs, has launched a Kickstarter project to seek funding for his next movie, titled Wish I Was Here. After writing, directing and starring in cult classic Garden State, Braff is looking to follow-up the success and creative freedom of this by turning to the crowdfunding platform.
My impression from the posters, trailer, and the producers (who also did Paranormal Activity and Insidious) was that this was probably a demon possession film. It's not; instead, aliens.
From Park Chan-wook, the director of Oldboy, comes a new and incredibly disturbing piece of film-making. Stoker follows a young woman's relationship with her uncle after the death of her father, but it's not as benign a plot as it sounds.
I don't read reviews of films that I'm going to write about, so I had little idea what to expect from Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. I saw that Jeremy Renner was in it, and given his acting calibre I was vaguely optimistic. I shouldn't have been.
Kibwe Tavares, whose previous short film Robots of Brixton won an award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, has released a new trailer for his latest film: Jonah.
Steven Soderbergh's latest and possibly last film is a fantastically written thriller, focusing on a woman with clinical depression and the consequences of the drugs that her psychiatrist recommends. Except it's not quite that simple.
When I first sat down to watch Flight, I was anticipating a disaster movie. I got one, but not quite in the manner I expected.
I'm going to clarify straight away: this is a film about addiction. This is a film about alcoholism and drug abuse and the incredible damage it can do to a person and their relationships and their life in general. Denzel Washington, playing main character Captain "Whip" Whittaker, absolutely excels in this role, and I would recommend you see it just for his performance.
Pages of the original script of Raiders of the Lost Ark have been released by a film trivia page on Tumblr called Cinephilia & Beyond. On it are Harrison Ford's adjustments to his lines and his development of the character of Indiana Jones.
H. P. Lovecraft fans may still have an opportunity to see the novella At The Mountains of Madness on the big screen. Guillermo del Toro, who was rumoured to be making it back in 2010, has said that he still hopes to venture "once more into the dark abyss."
Put simply, Life of Pi is a beautiful film. Beautifully shot, beautiful colours, beautiful scenery, and particularly breathtaking animal shots. If you've seen Ang Lee's other films, especially Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Brokeback Mountain, you'll recognise his style.