It’s refreshing to see a trailer where you aren’t getting bombarded with the whole entire plot. That’s why we’re intrigued by I Think We’re Alone now. The film revolves around a mysterious act which makes one lone survivor very happy. This looks to be an intriguing film with black comedy elements. What do you think? I Think We’re Alone Now has no official release date. Continue reading I Think We’re Alone Now – Brand New Trailer!
Sometimes the must ridiculous and amazing stories are inspired by true events. That’s exactly what Museo is. The film revolves around a group of criminals in 1985 who look to extract 140 pieces from the Museum of Anthropology. Starring Gael Garcia Bernal, this looks to be an enthralling and fun crime drama. What do you think? Museo has no official UK release date! Continue reading Museo – Trailer!
Who doesn’t like their pizza with a side of blood? That’s what you are going to get with Slice. The movie revolves around two pizza delivery people who have to catch the culprits behind a cryptic crime spree. Starring Zazie Beats (Deadpool 2), Chance the Rapper, and Joe Kreery (Strangers Things,) this looks to be a great…he he…slice of cinema. What do you think? Slice … Continue reading Slice – Brand New Trailer!
The dark heart of cinema doesn’t get as thrilling as this. Directed by Matthew Holness as a debut feature, Possum revolves around a disgraced children’s puppeteer who heads back to his childhood home of Fallmarsh with the intent on destroy the titular hideous puppet. Only his return means that he has to confront horrors of his past. Certainly looks to be a dark and chilling … Continue reading Possum – Trailer
There are different iterations of horror movies out there. You have your supernatural creeper, your jump scare peeper, and your blood and guts jeeper. (That all worked, right?) From the disgusting to the unnerving, horror is a varied and superior genre that calls on hoards and hoards of fan to delve into its dark heart – devouring it with nary a drop split. Screening at … Continue reading St. Agatha – Review
Puppets may be more associated with the kid friendly, family adventure section of the entertainment world, but they also go very well with cheeky humour as well. From stage show Avenue-Q, to series Mongrels and the occasional in-jokes of The Muppets and Fraggle Rock, the small, cute and cuddly creatures work greatly when juxtaposed with dark humour. So when Brian Henson (and The Jim Henson … Continue reading The Happytime Murders – Review