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agentorange [Celluloid 10.31.14] horror comedy

Cabin in the Woods is one of my favourite films of the last few years (review) and many horror fans agree. Part of what makes Drew Goddard's film so special is how deeply it penetrates (gross, sorry) the history of horror and pay homage to some of our favorite films, tropes and monsters. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.31.14] Spain horror

For a while we've been glancing some tidbits from Rafa Martínez's directorial debut Sweet Home. From the images and the fact that this is produced by Carlos Fernández who is best known for producing the [REC] franchise, one could assume what was in store with Sweet Home but the trailer clears up any misconceptions. [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.31.14] horror

Stuck for ideas on a spooktacularly scary movie to spin this Halloween weekend? Well, here's a short list of some new titles to give your brains a kickstart. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.31.14] Germany thriller drama

When families want children and biology doesn't co-operate, they turn to adoption but in the case of I Am Here, the desperate woman takes matters into her own hands to terrible ends. [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.31.14] horror

Epic Pictures Group announced they will bring a new Halloween themed horror anthology to fans by next year. Conceptualized by Soulmate director Axelle Carolyn, the anthology brings together eleven directors, working together as "The October Society," including her husband Neil Marshall, director of The Descent, Doomsday and pretty much everyone's favourite Game of Thr... [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.30.14] horror

It's a common conceit for a movies about Hollywood: bright eyed, naïve woman moves to Hollywood, works a job waiting tables and going on auditions before either giving up on her dream or "making it." Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer's new film Starry Eyes looks at the dark side of the Hollywood dream. [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.30.14] horror

Bookmark this post and tune in tonight at 9:45pm PST / 12:45am EST to watch a live Q&A with the original filmmakers and cast of the most successful Horror Franchise of all time. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Cathode Ray Mission 10.30.14] scifi

I haven't been kind on SyFy's upcoming "12 Monkeys" TV show. I fully admit part of the hesitancy is the fact that this looks like a long play on a pretty great movie but having recently seen the possibilities of how well a TV show based on a good movie can turn out (I'm speaking specifically of the terrific "Fargo"), I admit to having softened a little on the upcoming... [Continue reading (2 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.30.14] United Kingdom scifi thriller

It was only a matter of time before writer Alex Garland made the leap to directing. With writing credits that include 28 Days Later, Sunshine and Dredd (review), we know what Garland is capable of in the story department (though his scripts often suffer from third actor problems) and from the looks of this trailer for his directorial debut Ex Machina, he’s got a... [Continue reading (3 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.29.14] fantasy adventure

While Asylum Films has made a name for itself ripping off big budget scifi and action movies and producing tons of schlock for SyFy, Arrowstorm Entertainment has survived with fantasy titles that have been mostly crowd funded. For some reason, I can't sit through Snakes on a Train but give me The Crown and the Dragon (trailer), the fist of Arrowstorm's movies I watche... [Continue reading (1 comment)]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.29.14] New Zealand horror comedy

I missed that this existed until now, but a clip from What We Did in the Shadows has dropped and it's simply hilarious. The film premiered at Sundance earlier this year to great reviews, so I can't wait to check this out. [Continue reading (1 comment)]



agentorange [DVD News 10.29.14] scifi horror thriller adventure

The Nightbreed: Director's Cut has been a long time coming for fans who have swapped stories about Clive Barker's desired version of the film for years. Trust Scream! Factory to finally give it to us and on Blu-ray no less. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.29.14] scifi action

We haven't talked much about the upcoming Terminator: Genisys for a number of reasons but mostly because between the terrible title and the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning, there hasn't been much to say. Now that we have a first look at some of the key players and a synopsis of sorts, it's worth reiterating that this new Terminator movie is looking about ... [Continue reading (7 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.28.14] horror

Full admission: I didn't make it through ABC's of Death. I hit a wall at "J," turned it off and never looked back. I vaguely remember a scene here and there but none of the shorts I managed to get through were memorable enough to stick with me. Actually, the entire experience was rather painful and I clearly remember wishing it to be over soon and realizing I wasn't e... [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.28.14] Canada post apocalyptic horror

QE readers may remember Canadian filmmaker Marc Roussel from his twisted time travel short film Remote (reviewed here). Well, the director has a mysterious new short film out just in time for Halloween called The Last Halloween and he's seen fit to share the whole thing with us all! [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.28.14] horror fantasy

Adam Green's (Frozen) highly anticipated dark fantasy film Digging Up the Marrow has found a home at Image Entertainment. Starring, written and directed by Adam Green and inspired by the artwork of artist Alex Pardee, the film stars Ray Wise (Twin Peaks, X-Men First Class), Will Barratt (Frozen), and a roster full of horror genre favorites and iconic artists all appea... [Continue reading]

quietearth [Celluloid 10.28.14] scifi action webseries

You guys heard of this thing called Reddit? Zowie! Adi Shankhar who is a producer behind a bunch of violent flicks like Dredd and The Grey just dropped his new Judge Dredd animated serious on youtube. Enjoy. [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.27.14] apocalyptic scifi horror


THE DESCENT by Jeff Long is one of my favorite horror novels. Part horror, part grand adventure, and thoroughly imaginative and penetrating, it’s an amazing read. [Continue reading (2 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.27.14] Iran drama vampires arthouse

I was both excited and a bit put off when I first heard about Ana Lily Amirpour's A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. The idea of a movie described as an "Iranian Vampire Western" was awesome but the black and white clips floating around suggested that this might be a distant, artsy and largely uninteresting drama. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Film Festival 10.27.14]

For a few years now, a chorus of individuals, myself included, have been calling the Whistler Film Festival the "Sundance of the North." The festival has always featured an impressive line-up of Canadian titles and the Borsos Competition for Best Canadian Feature has always attracted a high calibre of Canadian film but this year's Canadian features line-up features no... [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.26.14] Poland scifi

On Friday afternoon, as part of BFI's celebration of science fiction "SciFi: Days of Fear and Wonder," Platige Image premiered the newest short from Oscar nominated director Tomek Bagiński (Fallen Art, The Cathedral, The Kinematograph). [Continue reading (3 comments)]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.24.14] horror

The directors behind the 26 short films in ABCs OF DEATH 2 have undertaken an epic project to determine "The Greatest Movie Deaths of All Time" -- using no accepted scientific method and zero statistical analysis the filmmakers have each selected their favorite scene, arriving at a definitive list of shocking, tragic, funny and frightening deaths for the Halloween sea... [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.23.14] Australia scifi horror action thriller adventure

It's been seven years since Shane Abbess impressed audiences with his his stylish, low-budget purgatory actioner Gabriel (review), but after some false starts on a few projects (including being attached to direct Source Code, which eventually went to Duncan Jones), the Australian director is back in good form with Infini a scifi thriller with a great atmosphere remini... [Continue reading (3 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.23.14] horror

Who doesn't love a good werewolf movie, especially one that relies entirely on practical effects? If you don't, you might as well move on but if that sentence excited you, get ready to have your hair blown back by the kick ass trailer for Late Phases. [Continue reading (2 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Cathode Ray Mission 10.23.14] Canada horror

In the year since we first posted about the Canadian trans-media anthology project Darknet, a lot has happened though surprisingly, very little of it to do with the project itself. Mostly, darknet has entered the general consciousness thanks to the latest season of "House of Lies." Now that people know, or think they know, what really goes on on darknet, it'll be inte... [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.23.14] horror

We've already seen a bit of footage from the teaser trailer and behind the scenes of Insidious: Chapter 3 and you can't really blame the studio for pushing this just in time for Halloween even tough the movie isn't due until next summer. [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.23.14] scifi action thriller adventure comic

When someone leaked the new Avengers: Age of Ultron Teaser, Marvel did the smart thing a released the offical, high-def trailer assap. Here is it, and it looks explosive. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.22.14] scifi action adventure video game

I don't know from video games, but I know fans of the Halo series have been dreaming of a feature film for many, many years. While the news that Ridley Scott would produce a "digital series" was likely enticing, I don't think anyone expected Halo:Nightfall to look as big budget and glossy as this! [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 10.22.14] United Kingdom horror

We had already seen a quick and not very informative preview of Hammer film's upcoming The Woman in Black: Angel of Death and with the movie's release slated for early 2015, the time has come for a good look at the trailer and not surprisingly, it's looking adequately creepy.

Directed by Tom Harper, the movie is based on a story written by Susan Hill, the woman re... [Continue reading]

agentorange [Celluloid 10.22.14] horror

No doubt timed to capitalize on the Halloween season, Focus Features continues to tease the next Insidious chapter with a sneak preview video of tomorrow's trailer which will premier on the Insidous Facebook page. [Continue reading]

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