WD Storge have uncovered some super classified documents from the likes of Stranger Things, Game of Thrones and Jurassic World, which you can discover here.
Artsploitation has called upon the dark forces to release Argentinian genre maven Gonzalo Calzada’s latest scripture-based gore fest, Luciferina. Calzada (Resurrection, The Clairvoyant’s Prayer) directs a visually explosive film where religion, innocence, repressed sexuality and evil build to a boil and spectacularly collide. He has screened the film at festivals around the world, including FrightFest London, Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival, Fantaspoa and Cinepolcalypse, where Luciferina took home the award for Best Sexorcism Scene.
From acclaimed filmmaker Dylan Avery – director of the renowned 911 documentary Loose Change – comes the most confronting and powerful film of the year, Black & Blue. Black & Blue, premiering exclusively on Amazon digital (Prime and instant) on November 1st, tackles the confronting topic of police brutality, racial issues and social justice in America. Featuring Method Man, Charlie Murphy, and Flavor Flav, Black & Blue is a documentary about police brutality that follows a DJ beat up by off duty DEA agents, a man arrested for filming a police officer, and many others as they fight for justice for their loved ones.
Seven Years of Night is an intense, noirish mystery thriller set, like In Dreams (Neil Jordan, 1999) Jindabyne (Ray Lawrence, 2006) and Lost River (Ryan Gosling, 2014), around a small town and a dam with a ghost town sunk beneath its waters. After a drunken Hyun-soo (Ryu Seung-ryong) accidentally hits a young girl with his car, her monstrous father Young-je (Jang Dong-gun) seeks a vengeance that will involve Hyun-soo’s son (Go Kyoung-pyo). Directed and co-adapted by Choo Chang-min (Masquerade, 2012) from a novel by Jung Yoo-jung, this highly accomplished tale of two (or three) errant fathers deftly confounds chronology to weave together an intricate narrative mosaic of guilt, revenge and legacy. It dives deep into the dark waters of patriarchy before opening its floodgates. Elegantly shot and confidently told, it exposes different generations struggling to resurface from suffocatingly toxic masculinity.
Christmas is under siege from a horde of evil elves in Jamaal Buden’s frighteningly fun Elves, on VOD and DVD this December!
Super spy goes super fly in this first trailer for SPIES IN DISGUISE, from the studio that brought you Ice Age, Ferdinand and Rio. When events take an unexpected turn, super spy Lance (Will Smith) and scientist Walter (Tom Holland) have to rely on each other in a whole new way…
If your life was wrongfully taken away from you, what would you do to get it back? Charlie Hunnam (Sons on Anarchy & King Arthur: Legend of the Sword) joins forces with Emmy Award winner Rami Malek (MR. ROBOT & Bohemian Rhapsody) in this heart wrenching tale of love, loyalty, and redemption.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is written, produced and directed by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, with Megan Ellison, Sue Naegle and Robert Graf serving as producers. The cast includes Tyne Daly, James Franco, Brendan Gleeson, Bill Heck, Grainger Hines, Zoe Kazan, Harry Melling, Liam Neeson, Tim Blake Nelson, Jonjo O’Neill, Chelcie Ross, Saul Rubinek, Tom Waits, Clancy Brown, Jefferson Mays, Stephen Root, Willie Watson. The film received the Best Screenplay award at the Venice Film Festival.
Award-winning Hitchockian suspense thriller Number 37, filmed in Cape Town, releases in select theaters throughout November and On Demand November 20 from Dark Star Pictures. In a gritty homage to perennial Alfred Hitchcock favorite Rear Window, director Nospiho Dumia’s film focuses on the residents of a block of apartments in the down-and-out Cape Flats neighborhood–which, with its petty thugs, crooked cops, violent loan sharks, and troubled pastors, soon reveals itself to be a very different place from Rear Window’s Greenwich Village of 1954.
The London Palestine Film Festival will be running from the 16th until the 18th of November in cinemas across London, showcasing over 30 films in 6 venues across London as well as numerous Q&As, a book launch and a film masterclass.
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