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John Connor [Celluloid 08.30.16] horror thriller

Terror Films has set a release date for the dark erotic thriller Goddess of Love from Canadian director Jon Knautz (Jack Brooks Monster Slayer). The film will be available October 7th on Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, VUDU, Xbox, PlayStation and iTunes. [Continue reading]

John Connor [Celluloid 08.29.16] horror

Based on the original V/H/S short by David Bruckner, about a group of revelers who try to take advantage of a girl only to discover themselves at her mercy, Siren takes that idea to feature length. [Continue reading]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 08.29.16] cyberpunk scifi thriller western

HBO's Beleaguered adaptation of Michael Crichton's Westworld hits small screens on October 2 and the latest extended trailer is making everyone pretty excited. [Continue reading (3 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.26.16] horror thriller drama

We've been following the rising star of writer/director A.D. Calvo for some time; he showed great promise and has continued to deliver an interesting array of horror films and his latest looks like another success. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.25.16] Canada thriller

Director Nathan Morlando made a bit of a splash a couple of years ago with his feature film debut Edwin Boyd, a period heist movie I wasn't particularly impressed with but which suggested Morlando showed potential given the right material and with his sophomore feature, it seems he may have found his stride. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.25.16] Canada scifi dystopic

Here's something that plays into the current obsession with technology: Darwin. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.25.16] horror thriller

The complaint that trailers generally reveal too much about a movie is a valid one and it seems with horror movies, that complaint is true more often than not. The first trailer for The Disappointments Room is a great example of a well cut trailer, offering up a great premise, a couple of different character motivations as to why what's happening is happening and then... [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.25.16] horror comedy

There's always a fine balance to be achieved when mixing genres successfully and horror comedy is one of those pairings that more often than not ends in failure but sometimes, when the balance is right, you get something that looks kind of like The Fiancé: a ridiculous premise that perfectly lends itself to a bit of schlock and man, it looks like a ton of fun. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.24.16] thriller drama

With so many films being released every week, it's hard to be noticed among the throngs, particularly so when your movie doesn't star a widely recognizable face. First time director Chad L. Scheifele has found a way to cut through the noise by tackling controversial subject matter. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.24.16] horror

If you thought we were done with videos that kill people, we were totally wrong. It's been over a decade since Hideo Nakata's The Ring 2 was released and that appears to be long enough for the stink to wear off the franchise because another entry is coming. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.23.16] Denmark horror thriller drama


His fiancé is worried, his boss knows something is up and when Michael takes some money from some shady characters, it looks as though the life he carefully constructed during his sobriety is about to fall apart. It's at this crucial moment that we first meet Michael and The Unraveling follows him as his life careens to rock bottom. [Continue reading]



Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.22.16] animation

Not at all simply satisfied with the resounding success of Godzilla Resurgence (trailer) which opened in Japan earlier this year, Toho is taking the world's favourite monster into unknown territory: the animated feature. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.22.16] scifi

British director Neil Johnson is a favourite around these parts. His sci-fi and horror extravaganzas may not have the biggest budgets or glossiest effects but they're a heck of a lot of fun and from the sounds of it, he's back at it. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Simon Read [Celluloid 08.19.16]

Having recently returned from the Transylvania IFF, where his new short film Saint Frankenstein picked up the Best Film Award in the Shadows Shorts Competition, writer/director Scooter McCrae agreed to field a few questions for Quiet Earth. [Continue reading (3 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.18.16] Russia drama

Teen stories often share similar DNA. They'e either romances or comedies or tales of kids acting out and the later usually include booze, drugs and sex or some combination of the three. That's not the case Kirill Serebrennikov's The Student. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.17.16] Switzerland documentary

I love a good documentary but I have a real soft spot for unconventional ones. Documentaries that either capture something strange and/or unique or those which are unconventional. Nikolaus Geyrhalter's Homo Sapiens appears to be right up my alley. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.16.16] thriller

Though it asked more questions than it answered, the teaser trailer for Denis Villeneuve's Arrival was more than enough to get my attention. Heck, the mention of Villeneuve's name was enough to get me on board with the project but for those who need more, we've got more for you. [Continue reading (2 comments)]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 08.13.16] post apocalyptic zombies scifi horror action

Written by Chad Law and directed by William Kaufman (Sinners and Saints), Daylight's End is a new post-apocalyptic actioner that evokes classics like The Omega Man and Assault on Precinct 13 as well as newer fare like The Colony. [Continue reading (2 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.12.16] thriller

Like many outside Sweden, I first saw Joel Kinnaman sometime in 2010 when Easy Money made its way across the international waters into North America. In it, Kinnaman plays JW, a good kid attending an elite school who finds himself bending the law to fit in with the right crowd. It was a great performance that spanned over three movies but by the time the third came ar... [Continue reading]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 08.12.16] scifi action adventure

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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 08.11.16] Brazil post apocalyptic scifi horror

Spotted this simply stunning post-apocalyptic trailer over at ScreenAnarchy this morning. A striking, ash-covered world that looks like it's been built from the ground up, the film boasts some pretty incredible production design. With so much emphasis on verisimilitude these days it feels like we haven't seen this kind of world building in the PA film in a long time. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.11.16] thriller mystery

Sometimes don't you just wish you could hit reset on your life? Walk away from everything, take on a new name, a new identity and start a brand new life? What would happen if your new life came into close proximity to your old life? That's the conceit at the centre of Joshua Marston's Complete Unknown. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.11.16] Iran horror thriller

One of the movies which garnered a lot of attention coming out of Sundance was Babak Anvari's Under the Shadow which is being toted by many as one of the best horror movies of the year and if this trailer is any indication, we may be in for a real treat. [Continue reading]

John Connor [Celluloid 08.10.16] horror

Steven DeGennaro’s Found Footage 3D will have its world premiere at the Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival in Chicago in August. The horror film is at once a hilarious meta commentary on the absurdity of the found footage genre while also taking it to a new and seemingly terrifying place. [Continue reading]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.09.16] thriller

I'm liking this recent trend of horror movies in which kids try to pass one over on an unsuspecting victim only to end up victims themselves. Such is the case with Don't Breathe (trailer) which opens later this month and Kasra Farahani's The Waiting. [Continue reading (1 comment)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.09.16] scifi

A Denis Villeneuve movie is always a bit of an event but of late, he's really been knocking them out of the ballpark and while we hold our bated breaths for his vision for the Blade Runner sequel, he's gone ahead and dropped a sci-fi movie about an alien invasion. [Continue reading (2 comments)]

John Connor [Celluloid 08.09.16] post apocalyptic zombies horror

UPDATE: The full trailer has landed! Find it below!]

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter has received an official Japanese teaser trailer. The fifth and supposedly final chapter in the series hits theaters January 27, 2017. [Continue reading]

Christopher Webster [Celluloid 08.09.16] horror

Easily one of my most anticipated horror films in the coming year is The Belko Experiment, written by James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Slither) and directed by Greg McLaean (Wolf Creek). The film concerns the employees of Belko Industries who are are one day ordered to kill each other or be killed themselves. [Continue reading]

John Connor [Celluloid 08.08.16] post apocalyptic zombies horror

With a full trailer set to hit next week, a short teaser has emerged for the final chapter of Paul WS Anderson's (Event Horizon) Resident Evil saga. [Continue reading (3 comments)]

Marina Antunes [Celluloid 08.05.16] horror comedy

Here's a bit of wackiness to kick off your weekend: the batshit crazy trailer for Danny Perez's Antibirth. [Continue reading]

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