Sunset review – Ambiguous, Dark and Beautiful | Zurich Film Festival

Sunset tells the story of Írisz Leiter (Juli Jakab), an orphan who returns to her residence in Budapest, we first meet her in a hat shop once owned by her long-lost parents and she is not greeted whole heartedly at all. The name 'Leiter' is something of a curse, that when uttered only breeds trouble. Directed by László…

Harry Tarre’s ‘CAPTIAN INFINITY’ Rumoured To Be In Active Development, Robert Zemeckis & Ryan Gosling Set To Produce. (EXCLUSIVE)

Back at the end of 2016, ‘Captain Infinity’, a screenplay by Harry Tarre was added to The Black List’s scripts. The story for the screenplay goes as follows: “When his comic book obsessed five-year-old brother is diagnosed with cancer, Oscar Ruiz attempts to shield him from the truth by convincing him that his “treatment” is…

“The Little Stranger” – An Internal Psychological Chiller of the Mind and House 

The Little Stranger is Lenny Abrahamson’s follow up the Oscar winning ‘Room’, it is a story of great depth and subtly. The great depths of thought that went into Sarah Waters’ novel and this adaptation is immense, the story is a drama with a ghost-like quality that is paced slowly yet it never bores.  The entire…

“Mandy” – The Insane, Violent, and Tragic Ballad of Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage is a true enigma of a human being. He is endlessly lampooned, idolized, studied, quoted, and ironically loved to the point where it is no longer ironic. Montages of the actor "losing his shit" or just straight freaking out onscreen have garnered over a million views, and there was even an episode of…

Potential Plot Details & Development Status For Warner Bros’ ‘Supergirl’ Film. (EXCLUSIVE)

With this week’s news consisting of the disappointing news that Henry Cavill may be departing the DCEU as Clark Kent/Superman, its uplifting to see that Warner Bros are seemingly not forgetting about the Supers and that the ‘Supergirl’ film is in active development with Oren Uziel currently developing the script (per Deadline). Despite what people…

Todd Stashwick Talks ‘12 Monkeys’, ‘Kim Possible’, ‘Suicide Squad 2 & More. (EXCLUSIVE)

I got the chance to sit down with Todd Stashwick, who you may have seen in many various projects such as ‘12 Monkeys’ and ‘Gotham’. But you’ll soon see the iconic actor in the upcoming live-action ‘Kim Possible’ film in 2019 as the iconic Dr Drakken which we discuss below in this interview. Not only…

“The Predator” – A Wild, Flawed, Problematic Ride

The very first film in the Predator franchise, 1987's Predator was more of a thriller than a full on action flick. A team of commandos stuck in the jungle are hunted by an alien warrior that kills for sport, and that alien stays out of sight for the majority of the film, building up suspense…

“Peppermint” – Racially Charged Fear-Mongering For the Suburban Middle Class

Let’s get right to it. Peppermint is an incredibly irresponsible piece of racist fear-mongering. Irresponsible might even be too soft of a description; the timing of this film is a bit too perfect to be an accident. There’s something inherently malicious about the release of a movie that features two-dimensional, irredeemable, unsympathetic latinx characters as…

Thandie Newton Potentially Set To Make Her Directorial Debut Titled ‘One Crazy Summer’ – January 2019 Start Date Eyed & Forest Whitaker Set To Produce. (EXCLUSIVE)

What may seem like an eternity back but back in 2013, the Daily Mail (via Indiewire) sat down with Thandie Newton (‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’, ‘Westworld’) and said to the outlet the following: “I’m writing my first movie script which will go into production very soon and I’m so excited. I can’t say the…

“American Animals” – A True-crime Experimental Blast

American Animals is an incredibly smart take on perception and what it means to truthfully recount and tell a story as it happened. In this fact-based experimental film we follow four young college students who plan to steal a collection of incredibly rare books. Bart Layton, coming off of his acclaim from his documentary ‘The Imposter’ brings us an in-depth take on a…