Thursday 31 May 2018

Woman Walks Ahead Trailer #1 (2018)

US Release Date: June 29, 2018
Starring: Jessica Chastain, Ciarán Hinds, Sam Rockwell
Directed By: Susanna White

Synopsis: Catherine Weldon, a portrait painter from 1890s Brooklyn, travels to Dakota to paint a portrait of Sitting Bull and becomes embroiled in the Lakota peoples' struggle over the rights to their land.

UNCLE DREW | New UK Trailer Starring Tiffany Haddish & Nick Kroll

It's time to go really old-school with the hilarious new UK trailer for UNCLE DREW, starring Shaquille O'Neal, Tiffany Haddish and Nick Kroll!

After draining his life savings to enter a team in the Rucker Classic street ball tournament in Harlem, Dax (Lil Rel Howery) is dealt a series of unfortunate setbacks, including losing his team to his longtime rival (Nick Kroll). Desperate to win the tournament and the cash prize, Dax stumbles upon the man, the myth, the legend UNCLE DREW (NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving) and convinces him to return to the court one more time. The two men embark on a road trip to round up Drew's old basketball squad (Shaquille O’Neal, Chris Webber, Reggie Miller, Nate Robinson, and Lisa Leslie) and prove that a group of seniors can still win the big one.

UNCLE DREW is in cinemas July 6.

PEPPERMINT Official Teaser Trailer (2018) Jennifer Garner, Action Movie

A woman lands in a coma after a gang of thugs guns down her husband and daughter. Years later, she embarks on a mission to punish everyone she holds responsible including shady lawyers and corrupt cops.
Initial release: September 7, 2018

Wednesday 30 May 2018

Interview with Asif Akbar - Director of Astro

Astro, the new sci-fi film from Asif Akbar, was never going to be the next ‘Star Wars’ but what it is, the filmmaker explains in this exclusive interview, is a sci-film that emphasizes social issues and personal identities with touches of fantasy in its own unique way.

You’ve made a captivating movie – and one from a genre that’s very hot right now. Did the success of all the recent sci-fi films make Astro easier to make?

I like a lot of the recent sci-fi films and each one of them of their own uniqueness to them, it helps the genre to evolve with every new film that presents something innovative to the audience through their story, it keeps the audience's minds open for the next, so yes it doesn't hurt. People have always been fascinated with science-fiction for many decades now and I think a story like Astro could've been told 50 years ago just as same as it can be told today or another 50 years from now, that's the most fascinating part of telling a sci-fi story.

Nowadays a lot more films end up becoming categorised as sci-f with being so much more visual effects heavy and there's all sorts of technology and innovative ideas within our society now that you could implement the sci-fi genre within a lot of the wide range genre's of action, thriller, horror, drama, etc. The sci-fi genre is much more wide ranged now more than ever and I think it's become timeless, because what we love as story tellers in particular about the genre is that in sci-fi there can be no boundaries when it comes to creative imagination with our stories.

My intention with Astro was to keep the style very traditional sci-fi, but with real human characters with emotions, relationships and an everyday setting that most people in our society could relate with today. At the same time it has the root of fantasy embeded into it that fascinates most people to question if there could be extraterrestrial life and if there really is alien life then how would that effect us or our world.

This is very different to, say, Star Wars though isn’t it?

I love the Star Wars films as most of us sci-fi fans do and my intention to make Astro was never to really be the next Star Wars or even try to compare the two. The wonderful thing about sci-fi is that it allows the genre of a story to be very wide ranged. There are many different categories to the genre and Star Wars is in one category and Astro is in another. Astro extrapolates from a lot of the real life science and beliefs amongst our society, the story can emphasize on social issues and personal identities with some touches of fantasy.

Where did you get the idea from, storywise?

Ever since I was very young, the thought of extraterrestrial life and exploring what could be out there in outer space has always fascinated me. I use to think that would only last through my child hood, but as I grow older I realise that my fascination with the idea of other planets inhabiting life like earth has growing more than ever everyday. I've been doing serious research on this for over 15 years now and one day it just hit me, I asked myself “why don't I just make my next movie on a story that would fascinate me.” I amped up my research and went to work on brain storming,  there are thousands of real life stories of people claiming to be abducted by aliens, aliens being dangerous to humans, beliefs of “if the aliens ever came here they would eat us all” and all kinds of other claims that could sound crazier to most. In most alien movies you see the humans being the victims of aliens, but rarely do you ever see the alien being the victim. So I asked myself “what if humans were the abductors the aliens were the abductee victims?” That was the root of the story to evolve from.

And you had worked with your wife, actress Courtney Akbar, before?

Yes, Courtney has worked by my side on many productions over the years as a production manager  and she understands the film business very well all around. She has developed acting from an earlier age  being trained and involved in various productions throughout her childhood and teenage years, but Astro was her debut as being one of the lead characters in a feature film with an ensemble cast. She didn't know or expect to be playing Laura Lee Adams in Astro until the script was already finished and it just happened that she fit the role perfectly, so after Gary and her met, it instantly displayed the perfect bond between a father and daughter relationship, that's when we all knew the two of them would be very believable in the strong chemistry we needed to come across in those roles. It's always wonderful to be able to work with your best friend and partner in life.

When did you come up with the idea of Gary Daniels playing the ‘everyman’ hero?

Well, Gary is well known to be an action hero for decades now and he's been seen playing almost all the types of 'bad ass' action movie star characters you could think of when it comes to being very hard edged, but to my knowledge I have not seen him play a character like Jack in Astro. He is playing a devoted single father of a teenage girl, the character is not only very hard edged, he's also emotionally anchored in a life for the everyman.  When I imagined the character of “Jack” I wanted to have a familiar hard edged action hero playing the role with the contrast of having the every day average Joe heart. I was easily able to imagine Gary in the role when the script was being developed, especially also because I have known him from several years before and we had discussed working together in the past, but the opportunity didn't come to full fruition until two years ago with Astro. I sent the script to him personally when it was ready, we met for lunch soon after he finished reading, we worked everything out, started production a couple months later, then it all became history from there.

How hard was it for the cast to be working opposite… well, nothing,… being that I imagine a lot of those special effects went in later?

All the actors we were blessed to have were very professional and talented. Some of the new actors adapted very well to it all and had much supervision on set from so many long time veteran experienced professionals we were blessed to have with us on the team. The film has a blend of many practical special effects with practical fire burns, explosions and blank firing, so a lot of the action you see on screen was more than half real. We tried not be so much visual effects heavy, but it's challenging to tell a modern sci-fi story without any visual effects now days, so we had to have the CGI we did have.

Was it important to you that the characters here be grounded and realistic even if the movie has a far-out storyline?

Yes, it was very important that the characters feel relatable to the every day real person, because I've always imagined to express the feeling of the audience imagining this potentially happening in real life during our lifetime. I've seen some statistics that show 70% of the world's population today believe that there's extraterrestrial life out there. Everyday we see news about new space expeditions that are private and governmental, new technologies, more and more mystery's of our universe are being explored now more than ever. It's a very timely topic within our society world-wide

Was it hard to cast the alien role?

Not at all, Luke Crosby is another very close friend of mine that I've known since he was 12 years old, I've seen him grow up into his acting career from his childhood, we work together a lot. He is very talented all around in acting as well as being a multiple degreed black belt martial artist. I wanted the alien to have very much the same human emotions as we see with our human characters and not just be some actor in makeup. Luke is a very well trained actor to be able to carry the challenging emotional scenes of portraying the human emotions with his expressions rather than words and I knew Luke could pull it off. So, that was another role that I had already cast in my head while writing the script.

Ever dreamt of going to space yourself?

I don't like flying and not a fan of heights, but I'm sure like most people I have definitely dreamt countless times since my childhood to now of flying into outer space and exploring the universe. Space has always fascinated me and that's why I love sci-fi films myself. I would lie if I said going to space isn't on my bucket list of things to do in a lifetime.

Think you’ll accomplish that in your lifetime?

That would literally be another dream come true in my lifetime. I could only keep wishing to the shooting stars and see what happens. Never say never.

ASTRO is on DVD June 5. 

Tuesday 29 May 2018

Psychological Thriller INHERITANCE Unlocks Dark Family Secrets on Digital HD June 15th

Los Angeles, CA - Portola Pictures has announced the June 15th Digital HD release of Tyler Savage's Inheritance.  Savage directed from his own script, putting a chilling twist on the universal feeling of being trapped by your family history, for better or worse.  Following the world premiere at Dances with Films, Inheritance has received high marks at festivals around the country.  Dread Central raved, "Savage uses the dark essences of an even more gloomy past to highlight this modern-day ghost story."

Tyler Savage makes his feature film debut alongside executive producer Nicholas Gonda (Tree of Life), cinematographer Drew Daniels (Krisha, It Comes At Night) and producers J.P. Castel (Krisha), Dash Hawkins (Party Crashers), and Chase Joliet (It Comes at Night), who also leads the cast.  Inheritance will be available to rent or own on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video June 15th.

Joliet is joined onscreen by Sara Montez ("Pitch"), Tim Abell (Sniper: Special Ops), Kate Norby (The Devil's Rejects), Dale Dickey (Hell or High Water, "True Blood"), Krisha Fairchild (Krisha) and Drew Powell ("Gotham").  The film was shot on location along the California coast and LA-based indie pop band Mini Mansions provided the score.

Ryan Bowman has just inherited a $2.5 million beach house on the central California coast from his biological father, a man he's never known and thought long dead. Arriving in the charming town with his pregnant fiancée, Ryan's curiosity about his father soon leads him into an introspective investigation. As a looming family presence tightens its grip on him, Ryan pushes away his adoptive family and expectant fiancé. When he finally discovers the horrifying truth about his birth parents, he might be too late to stop himself from repeating a similar pattern...

Inheritance Trailer from Tyler Savage on Vimeo.

ANT-MAN 2 "Unleashed" Trailer (NEW 2018)

Scott Lang is grappling with the consequences of his choices as both a superhero and a father. Approached by Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym, Lang must once again don the Ant-Man suit and fight alongside the Wasp. The urgent mission soon leads to secret revelations from the past as the dynamic duo finds itself in an epic battle against a powerful new enemy.

Monday 28 May 2018

CRAZY RICH ASIANS - Official Trailer 1

CRAZY RICH ASIANS follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) as she accompanies her longtime boyfriend, Nick Young (Henry Golding), to his best friend’s wedding in Singapore. Excited about visiting Asia for the first time but nervous about meeting Nick’s family, Rachel is unprepared to learn that Nick has neglected to mention a few key details about his life. It turns out that he is not only the scion of one of the country’s wealthiest families but also one of its most sought-after bachelors. Being on Nick’s arm puts a target on Rachel’s back, with jealous socialites and, worse, Nick’s own disapproving mother (Michelle Yeoh) taking aim. And it soon becomes clear that while money can’t buy love, it can definitely complicate things.

Directed by Jon M. Chu (“Now You See Me 2”) and based on the acclaimed worldwide bestseller by Kevin Kwan, the film features an international cast of stars, led by Constance Wu (“Fresh Off the Boat”); Henry Golding, making his feature film debut; Gemma Chan (“Humans”); Lisa Lu (“2012”); and Awkwafina (upcoming “Ocean’s 8,” “Neighbors 2”); with Ken Jeong (the “Hangover” films”) and Michelle Yeoh (“Star Trek: Discovery,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”). The large starring ensemble also includes Sonoya Mizuno (“La La Land”), Chris Pang (“Marco Polo”), Jimmy O. Yang (“Silicon Valley”), comedian Ronny Chieng (“The Daily Show”), Remi Hii (“Marco Polo”), Nico Santos (“Superstore”) and Jing Lusi (“Stan Lee’s Lucky Man”).

In Theatres August 2018

SHARKNADO 6 Official Trailer (2018) Sci-Fi, Action, Comedy Movie HD

Sharknado is a series of American disaster horror comedy science-fiction films released by Syfy starting in 2013. The sixth film will conclude the series in 2018. It has since been expanded into video games and comics, including a spin-off film, Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness, that was released in 2015.

The series stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid as Fin and April Shepard, respectively; a husband and wife who continue to encounter "sharknadoes", tornadoes filled with sharks, wherever they go.

The Last Sharknado: It's About Time is set to be released on August 19, 2018.

Tara Reid, Ian Ziering and Cassie Scerbo are set to return, and the film will feature time travel, Nazis, dinosaurs, knights, and Noah's ark.

On March 28, 2018, Syfy confirmed the film will be the final installment of the franchise.

On May 25, the film's title was revealed by a released teaser trailer. (Below)

The Last Sharknado - It's about time : Fin must unlock the time-traveling power of the Sharknados in order to save the world. 

Interview with Glenda Morgan Brown

From playing Angel’s mother on the hit Buffy spin-off to playing victim to the deadly Rachel Alig in new horror flick At Granny’s House, there’s no denying Glenda Morgan Brown’s versatility.

Congratulations on all the success you’ve had with At Granny’s House. How long have you been on that train for? When did it begin filming?

Thank you so much!  I shot for two weeks back in June, 2014, and the film premiered October 30th, 2015 (Hallowe’en weekend, appropriately!)

Is the film that’s currently on VOD the one you set out to do? Is it the full vision come to life?

That’s more a question for Les (Mahoney, the writer/director/star).  As far as my little corner of the world, I would say I’m very pleased with the finished product, especially considering the whole production was done on such a shoestring budget.

How long of a shoot was it?

Altogether, I believe it was just three weeks.

Compared to some of your other roles, how did this compare?

I have had some larger leads in theatre, but Marion, aka “Granny”, is definitely the biggest role I’ve had in either film or television.

Are you at grandmother in real life or did you have to improvise a little there?

I actually am a grandmother to the most beautiful, talented, adorable little girl in the whole world!  Biased, you say?  Pshaw!   Her name is Fiona Iris (Iris is my mum’s name).

What have you seen filmwise lately that you’ve really enjoyed?

Ironically, I don’t see that many movies (I’m a TV gal at heart), but my husband and I both enjoyed THE POST, WONDER WOMAN, and THE SHAPE OF WATER—we thought that one was absolutely magical!

Saturday 26 May 2018

All Summers End Official Trailer (2018) Tye Sheridan, Teen Movie HD

Conrad Stevens (Tye Sheridan, Ready Player One), an innocent teenage boy, pulls a summer prank that has disastrous consequences for his girlfriend (Kaitlyn Dever, "Last Man Standing") Racked with guilt, Conrad tries everything to make up for his prank, except tell the truth.

Friday 25 May 2018


Los Angeles, CA – (May 25, 2018) – Dark Star Pictures has acquired North American rights to Steve Mitchell's King Cohen, the true story of writer, producer, director, creator and all-around maverick, Larry Cohen. 

Dark Star is planning a July 7th theatrical roll-out followed by an August 14th VOD release. Dark Star Pictures President Michael Repsch negotiated the deal with Bill Straus of Bridge Entertainment.

"Larry Cohen is one of a kind – a true film auteur. Steve Mitchell has brilliantly captured his essence and passion in this very entertaining and also informative film. We're ecstatic to bring this work to North American audiences" says Michael Repsch, President of Dark Star Pictures.

"We couldn't be more delighted to have Dark Star Pictures unleash KING COHEN on North America," says producer Matt Verboys. "They completely get Larry Cohen's indelible impact on cinema and are perfectly suited to get this film in front of enthusiastic viewers!"

King Cohen had its US premiere at Fantastic Fest in 2017, was an official selection at DOC NYC 2017, and has since screened around the world, in Austria, Ireland, Amsterdam and more, ensnaring raves.

Cohen, best known for resourceful low-budget horror and thriller films that combine social commentary with prerequisite scares and welcome humor, is responsible for celluloid classics including Black Caesar, It's Alive, Q: The Winged Serpent, and The Stuff.  He was also a major player in the Blaxploitation films of the 1970s, as well as a prominent Hollywood screenwriter (Phone Booth).

Mitchell's film features interviews with such industry luminaries as Martin Scorsese, J.J Abrams, Joe Dante, Mick Garris, John Landis, Fred Williamson as well as Cohen himself. Cohen's remarkable one-of-a-kind career, from 60's TV series creator (Branded, The Invaders), to 70's and 80's independent film icon and beyond, is chronicled with freewheeling and insightful verve.

Winner of the 2017 Fantasia Fest Best Documentary Feature Audience Award, King Cohen hails from Rondo Award-winning writer/director Steve Mitchell, whose film and television credits include co-writing the beloved cult horror/comedy Chopping Mall.

King Cohen is a La-La Land Entertainment production, in association with Big And Tall Pictures and Off The Cliff Productions. It is directed and produced by Steve Mitchell and produced by Matt Verboys and Dan McKeon.

Synopsis: Buckle up for KING COHEN, the true story of writer, producer, director, creator and all-around maverick, Larry Cohen (Black Caesar, It's Alive, Q: The Winged Serpent, The Stuff). Told through compelling live interviews, stills and film/TV clips, the people who helped fulfill his vision, and industry icons such as Martin Scorsese, J.J. Abrams, John Landis, Michael Moriarty, Fred Williamson, Yaphet Kotto and many more, including Larry himself, bring one-of-a-kind insight into the work, process and legacy of a true American film auteur. Few can boast of a career as remarkable or prolific, spanning more than 50 years of entertaining audiences worldwide. 

Thursday 24 May 2018

ESCAPE PLAN 2 - In cinemas and on Digital HD from 20th July

Strap yourself in for the second instalment of the explosive and electrifying action franchise, as the on-screen forces of Sylvester Stallone (Creed, The Expendables) and Dave Bautista (Blade Runner 2049, Guardians of the Galaxy) combine in Escape Plan 2, available in cinemas and on Digital HD from 20th July 2018, courtesy of Signature Entertainment.

Years after Ray Breslin (three-time ACADEMY AWARD© nominee and GOLDEN GLOBE© winner Sylvester Stallone) fought his way out of the escape-proof prison called "The Tomb," he's organised a new top-notch, for-hire security force that includes some of the best in the business. But when one of Breslin's team goes missing – inside a computerised techno-terror battle-maze known as HADES, where human combatants brawl like beasts – Breslin goes back into the secret lock-up to save his friend. To attempt this near impossible mission, he enlists his old friend Trent Derosa (Dave Bautista) and the returning surveillance expert Hush (Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson), to help him return from the gauntlet with both his friend and his life.

Following on from the success of the first film in 2013, Escape Plan 2 aims to build on the story and characters that connected so well with action movie fans the first time around, elevating them to a whole new white knuckle ride into the dystopian land of the dead. With some of the action genre's biggest hitters coming together, Escape Plan 2 promises audiences one hell of a ride.

JURАSSІC WΟRLD 2 "Furious Indoraptor" Trailer (2018) Chris Pratt Movie HD

Four years after the Jurassic World theme park was closed down, Owen and Claire return to Isla Nubar to save the dinosaurs when they learn that a once dormant volcano on the island is active and is threatening to extinguish all life there. Along the way, Owen sets out to find Blue, his lead raptor, and discovers a conspiracy that could disrupt the natural order of the entire planet. Life has found a way, again.

Release Date: 6 June 2018 (UK)

Stars: Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt, Jeff Goldblum

Wednesday 23 May 2018

Competition: Win Eastern Boys on Blu-ray

Eastern Boys is out on DVD and Blu-ray on 28th May 2018. And to celebrate we have a great competition for you and 3 copie on Blu-ray to give away.

From Robin Campillo, director of 120BPM and writer of Palm D or winner The Class comes his highly acclaimed debut feature film EASTERN BOYS.

At his own risk, Daniel solicits Marek, one of the Eastern European boys that hangs around the Gare du Nord in Paris, he invites Marek to his home but when the doorbell rings and it isn’t Marek standing there, Daniel realises he has fallen into a trap.  Intense and seductive, it's essential viewing.

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Tuesday 22 May 2018

Flying The Nest - UK Trailer and Artwork - In Vue Cinemas 6th July

Winter can be a harsh and unrelenting season; especially for a newborn Plover. But Ploey is no ordinary chick. FLYING THE NEST is the heart-warming tale of how far a little bird will go to be reunited with his true love, available exclusively at Vue nationwide from 6th July, 2018 courtesy of Signature Entertainment.

After an attack by the formidable falcon Shadow, the numbers in a flock of Plover are vastly depleted whilst migrating back to their homeland. However, when all hope seems to be lost, beauty emerges in the form of an energetic newborn chick, Ploey. Quickly learning the ways of the flock, Ploey lives life to its fullest and meets Ploverina, a female chick with whom he immediately falls in love. A twist of fate leaves Ploey alone and unable to fly, as his flock departs across the ocean for winter. Isolated and afraid, he is forced to embark on a journey where he must use his cunning, and rely on the help of newly-found friends to make it through the winter and see his true love once more...

Join Ploey on his adventure through paradise valley, as he learns the importance of friendship and the value of having faith in your own abilities. FLYING THE NEST is an uplifting journey that’s guaranteed to give families visiting Vue cinemas the perfect start to the summer!

UK TRAILER: - STUDIO 54 will be released in the UK & Ireland on 15 June

STUDIO 54 was the epicentre of ’70s hedonism—a monumental magnet for beautiful stars, casual sex, and mounds of cocaine, a den of excess that defined its own rules and enshrined the ostracized, queer, and fabulous. Matt Tyrnauer (Valentino: The Last Emperor) chronicles the rise and fall of this nightclub’s founders: two best friends from Brooklyn, Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell, who conquered New York City only to have it crumble before their eyes.

With rare footage, a parade of colourful patrons and staff, and brutally honest interviews with Schrager himself, Studio 54 is a riveting study in contradictions. Inside the palatial theatre-turned-disco, the crowd revelled in an atmosphere of total acceptance, whether drag queen, octogenarian, waiter, or celebrity. Yet outside, a frenzied, excluded mob yearned to be noticed by the doorman and ushered into the sanctum of pulsating love. Schrager and Rubell’s glittering creation sprang from carefree naiveté and unbridled ambition—yet those same instincts managed to destroy it. This bracing story reveals how even the most culturally potent and transformative phenomena can be vulnerable and fleeting.

Sci-Fi Legend Neil Johnson’s 14th Feature Film announced; Tracey Birdsall to star

Neil Johnson will direct EVOLUTION WAR, a “Terminator”-esque science fiction film headlined by award-winning actress Tracey Birdsall.

Birdsall is fresh from the award-winning Sony release “Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter” and newly-released rom-com “Who’s Jenna…?”. In EVOLUTION WAR,  she  plays Angel-D, a hero of the great machine war who returns to Earth to discover a terrible plague has wiped out humanity.

The film reunites Birdsall & Johnson, who have collaborated together on several films, including the upcoming “The Time War”.

Currently shooting, EVOLUTION WAR is described as a mix of “Terminator” and “Pacific Rim”, a science fiction film which sees the hero forced to build an army of robots to battle an army of mysterious creatures that are taking over the surface of the Earth.

The film also features Marilyn Ghiglioti (“Clerks’’), Brooke Lewis (‘’Starship: Rising’’), and Tony Gibbons (who voiced Hoagland in Johnson’s ‘’Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter’’).

EVOLUTION WAR is expected to release late Summer

Monday 21 May 2018

Interview with Steeve Leonard and Caroline Labreche - Directors of Radius

Ahead of Horror Channel’s UK TV premiere screening of RADIUS, directors Steeve Leonard and Caroline Labreche talk last minute casting, corpses and making the FrightFest audience cry…

Horror Channel is broadcasting the UK TV premiere of RADIUS. Are you a fan of the channel?

Steeve: We unfortunately don’t have Horror Channel in Quebec, but from what I’ve seen from you guys, it looks awesome. I would’ve loved growing up with that on my TV!

The film has a highly original premise. Where did the inspiration come from?

Steeve: It was a long process, 4 years I think… At first we wanted to do something like Oldboy, with a man and a woman who realize they share a dark past; that’s where the serial killer aspect came to mind. We didn’t write much based on that alone. Then later, when the radius of death idea came to us, we decided to merge these two ideas and see if we could intertwine them together.

The film carries us into deep emotional waters as well as being a cleverly-spun Sci-fi thriller. What is the underlying message you want people to take from the film?

Caroline: We always wanted people to exit the movie and start asking themselves: “if your memory is erased, are you still guilty for your past crimes, can you be convicted if you truly don’t remember”? And we, as the writers, still don’t have a clear answer for this. Liam’s redemption (or at the very least, his punishment) was always something along the lines of what we have now. Our idea was that upon learning and absorbing the fact that he used to be utter scum, the good half of Liam would turn out to be stronger, and it would make him do the right thing. But again, does he truly deserve to die, now that his good half is aware and repentant? Hmm…discuss!

What were the biggest challenges you faced making the film?

Steeve: As with any film, big or small, the answer is: time and money. I’m sure Ryan Johnson (Star Wars) would say the same thing.

Is it true that the lead actor, Diego Klattenhoff, was only cast four days before shooting started?

Caroline: Yep! So was Charlotte Sullivan (Jane). Sometimes casting just happens that way. Getting the right actors on board is a combination of timing, budget, schedule, personality, marketability, etc… And sometimes getting all of these things to click takes a while. We got our leads late in the process, but we got exactly what we needed: talented actors who took the material and made it their own. We love the work they did.

There’s a funny production story about you trying to make a corpse out of a sack of potatoes. We’d like to know more!

Steeve: There’s a scene in the movie where (SPOILERS Diego has to dump a wrapped up body in a pond, and, we didn’t have the necessary dummy to wrap up. Anyway, the props department had to work fast, so they told us they’d make a dummy out of 50 pound sacks of potatoes. We said okay, and they built the thing — wrapped it up in a tarp and everything, and it looked like a human body. So… on the day, we get Diego on the boat and the crew hands him this wobbly, 200 pound body, and then we get the camera ready — we had a drone above him, too, and we were pretty excited about that.

So anyway, we get ready and then we tell him to drop this thing in the water on the count of three, and we were gonna do this thing where, as soon as the body starts to sink, we’d fly the drone upwards really fast, creating this cool dizzying shot. So we countdown: 1…2…3… he dumps it in and… It. Does. Not. Sink.  And then it hits all of us at the same time: oh… yeah… potatoes float. I felt my soul step outside my body and slap me in the back of the head for being such a moron. Anyway, we tried to punch holes in the tarp to make it sink. We tried it again but it never really worked. So we had to move on without that shot. I made it work in the edit, but that cool dizzying shot never got made.

When the film received its European Premiere at FrightFest last year it got a tremendous reception from both critics and the audience. What are your abiding memories of the event?

Steeve: Obviously, the UK showings were a great treat for us. Everybody was nice and very supportive of the film. But I think the two major moments Caro and I will take away are, firstly, the moment we walked into the theatre and saw the Imax-sized screen the film was going to be shown on. At that moment, we felt very small, very undeserving, very nervous. It was like: “oh crap, how will the film look and feel on such a huge screen”? But when it started, it was also very cool, very epic to see. The second moment was at the end of the movie, when Liam pulls the trigger: I turned around and looked at the audience, and I saw a bunch of guys wiping the corners of their eyes. I turned to Caro and said: “I can’t believe it, we made English people cry! This is working!” It was a good feeling!

How did you start your filmmaking career together?

Steeve: Caro and I have been making films ever since we enrolled in film school. We’ve always worked together. Caro has done some side projects without me — she’s actually shooting another movie this fall. One day I fear that she’ll finally realize that I serve no purpose whatsoever in our directing duo, hahaha!

How would you describe the chemistry / working relationship between you?

Steeve: On set, Caro usually deals with the technical side of things, while I go and talk to the actors. Then we meet up and discuss everything, make some adjustments, and that’s about it. We do a take or two, then try some variants that either me or her have in mind.

Caroline: we also like to be extra prepared. We discuss and over-analyse everything in advance, we storyboard as much as possible — we always have a shot list on hand. When we get on set, we usually have an answer for every situation.

Steeve: and we never argue on set. We keep that for home, hahaha!

Finally, what’s next?

Caroline: We’re currently working on another sci-fi thriller, this time with horror undertones.  We can’t say much right now, as we’re getting ready to shop the script all over town.  We also have a robot sci-fi film and a slasher film with a neat twist in the works.

Radius is broadcast on Fri 25 May, 9.00pm, Horror Channel

Sunday 20 May 2018

Racer and the Jailbird - Official UK Trailer [HD] - in cinemas & on demand July 13

A high octane romantic thriller starring Matthias Schoenaerts and Adèle Exarchopoulos, from the director of BULLHEAD and the writer of RUSE & BONE.

When Gino meets Bénédicte, it’s love at first sight, passionate, unconditional, fiery. She is working in the family business, and she also drives cars on circuits. Gino is that kind of normal guy, cool, handsome... but he hides a secret. That kind of secret that can endanger your life and the lives of those around you. Gino and Bénédicte will have to fight against fate, reason and their own weaknesses to save their love.

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RELEASE DATE: July 13 2018
DIRECTOR: Michaël R. Roskam
STARRING: Matthias Schoenaerts, Adèle Exarchopoulos


It’s time to get small and live large, as Matt Damon stars in the hilarious and original comedy, DOWNSIZING. To celebrate the digital, DVD and Blu-ray™ release coming up on May 28th, we are giving you the chance to win a copy of the action on Blu-ray™!

When scientists find a way to shrink humans to five inches tall, Paul Safranek (Academy Award winner** Matt Damon) and his wife Audrey (Kristen Wiig) decide to ditch their stressed out lives in order to get small and live large in a luxurious downsized community. Filled with life-changing adventures and endless possibilities, Leisureland offers more than riches, as Paul discovers a whole new world and realises that we are meant for something bigger.

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Shock and Awe - Official Trailer (2018) Woody Harrelson, James Marsden Movie

Shock and Awe is an American drama film directed by Rob Reiner and written by Joey Hartstone. The film stars Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, James Marsden, Milla Jovovich, and Jessica Biel.

The film had its world premiere at the Zurich Film Festival on September 30, 2017. It is scheduled to be released on July 13, 2018, by Vertical Entertainment.

The film is about journalists investigating the assertions by the Bush Administration concerning Saddam Hussein’s alleged possession of weapons of mass destruction as an excuse for the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Friday 18 May 2018

Astro - Poster and Synopsis

This June, be careful what you search for.

From director Asif Akbar comes the "compelling"* new sci-fi thriller Astro, starring Gary Daniels (The Expendables, Hunt to Kill), Dominique Swain (Alpha Dog), Marshal Hilton (Primal Rage) and Michael Pare (The Shelter), arriving on DVD June 5 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

A billionaire's private space exploration program returns to Earth with an abducted extraterrestrial from a newly discovered alien planet in a unique new film that "kickstarts an original sci-fi franchise"*.

Louis Mandylor (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Max Wasa, Omi Vaidya, Luke G. Crosby, Orson Chaplin, Gianni Capaldi, Spice Williams-Crosby, Courtney Akbar, Christopher Showerman ("Supergirl") and Randy Wayne (Hellraiser : Judgment) also star.

From Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Astro on DVD June 5.


Thursday 17 May 2018

SKATE KITCHEN opens in cinemas nationwide on 28 September 2018

SKATE KITCHEN, directed by Crystal Moselle, will be released in the UK on 28 September following its upcoming UK premiere at Sundance Film Festival: London on 2 June. Its World premiere was at Sundance Film Festival Utah in January.

This is the narrative debut for Crystal Moselle following her Sundance-winning documentary, The Wolfpack (2015). The film stars the members of a real-life all-girl skate crew based in New York, who caught Crystal Moselle's attention on social media and inspired the film. Rachelle Vinberg is the lead as Camille, along with fellow newcomers from the crew: Kabrina Adams, Nina Moran, Ardelia Lovelace, Jules Lorenzo and Brenn Lorenzo.   Established names rounding out the cast are Jaden Smith (The Pursuit of Happyness, The Karate Kid) and Elizabeth Rodriguez (Orange is The New Black).

Introverted 18-year-old skateboarder Camille lives on Long Island with her mother. Though, to her mother's relief, Camille promises to hang up her board following an injury, the pull to skate proves too strong. She discovers an all-girl subculture of skaters called The Skate Kitchen on Instagram, and she sets out into the city to join them. The rebellious and sexually fluid girls quickly adopt the more naive Camille, featuring her in their stunt videos. For the first time, she feels acceptance and support from other girls. However, she soon learns to her cost, the complexity of their friendship when she befriends a boy from a rival group of skaters.

Wednesday 16 May 2018

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP Trailer # 2 (NEW 2018) Ant-Man 2 Superhero Movie HD

Set between the events of Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, Scott Lang, now under house arrest after the events of Civil War, tries to balance his home life as a father with his responsibilities as Ant-Man, when Hope van Dyne and Hank Pym present him with a new mission to bring to light secrets from their past, teaming up with Van Dyne as the new Wasp.

UK release date: June 29, 2018

Tuesday 15 May 2018

First trailer for feature adaptation of Richard Laskowski’s REGIONRAT

CANNES : A new trailer for the forthcoming Regionrat, the highly anticipated film adaptation of Richard Laskowski’s coming-of-age novel, has been released. Starring Connor Williams, of the upcoming Valley Girl, the film tells the story of a young man who returns to his depressed hometown to finish his final year of school.

Prolific Pictures are representing the film at Cannes.

Regionrat is a darkly comedic coming-of- age drama about Ray, academic misfit and slacker extraordinaire, who tries to keep his head down to finish his last year of high school, but can’t catch a break. Ray lives in the Region, an industrial wasteland in Northwestern Indiana. The residents there are known as “regionrats,” because they’ll eat anything and are hard to kill. Ray is hard to kill, but the Region will try. He’s Ferris Bueller on a losing streak, learning lessons he didn’t need to learn, the hard way. In the end, Ray finds his way out, but he’ll go through hell to get there.

Javier Reyna directs Regionrat, also starring Natassia Halabi and Nova Gaver, which is due for release later this year.

Monday 14 May 2018

DEADPOOL 2 "Justin Bieber" Trailer

Deadpool forms a team of mutants called the X-Force to protect young mutant Russell from the time-traveling soldier Cable.

After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry’s hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best Lover.

Deadpool 2 is scheduled to be released in the United States on May 18, 2018. A sequel, Deadpool 3, is in development.

Revenge - Movie Review

Jen (fearlessly embodied by Matilda Lutz, Rings) is enjoying a romantic getaway with her wealthy boyfriend which is suddenly disrupted when his sleazy friends arrive for an unannounced hunting trip. Tension mounts in the house until the situation abruptly--and viciously--intensifies, culminating in a shocking act that leaves Jen left for dead. Unfortunately for her assailants, Jen survives and reemerges with a relentless, wrathful intent: revenge. A white-knuckle tale of transgression and transformation, REVENGE gloriously blurs the lines of vengeance and survival while simultaneously delivering a ferocious dissection of gender and genre.


Chris Stuckmann reviews Revenge, starring Matilda Lutz, Kevin Janssens, Vincent Colombe, Guillaume Bouchède. Directed by Coralie Fargeat.

DEADPOOL 2 "Beating Avengers Infinity War" Trailer (NEW 2018) Superhero Movie HD

Wisecracking mercenary Deadpool joins forces with three mutants -- Bedlam, Shatterstar and Domino -- to protect a boy from the all-powerful Cable.

Exclusive Interview with George Russell - The Director of Troll Inc.

This May, you won’t find a more newsworthy, valid and significant film than Troll Inc., a powerful chronicle on the world’s most famous internet troll.

Director George Russell‘s spellbinding expose on Andrew ‘Weev’ Auernheimer will be available on VOD May 22.

From innocent meme culture to malicious propaganda, the avant-garde has moved online and they have an agenda. Emerging from deep within underground computer programming culture, internet trolls are disenfranchised and using the click-bait obsessed mass media to propel their performance art into the mainstream. Whether mischievously entertaining the masses, influencing presidential elections, or manipulating journalists and corporations, trolls are either saving us or driving our culture off of a cliff.

Prosecuted as a whistleblower by the Federal Government, Troll Inc. follows the world’s most famous Internet troll, Andrew Auernheimer, and his merry band of provocateurs as they take on corporate America, the media, and political-correctness.

Hung on a meticulously framed, no-holds-barred interview with Auernheimer that took three, six-hour days, and at which the only sustenance served was plenty of high-definition rope, the film features case studies of his most notorious, just-barely illegal actions, like that time he revealed a gaping security hole in the iPad’s partnership with AT&T and when he erased all books with homosexual content from Amazon dot anything-but-calm.

After viewing Troll. Inc., its hard not to wonder if the grand scale of these invasions into our privacy and passions, by virtue of their regularity and overwhelming scope, didn’t somehow numb us to the very notion of privacy and normalizing this new Internet “fake news” attack culture, paving the way for the Kremlin to master the art of the troll and undermining our democracy right under our noses and in our own virtual backyards.

We spoke to Mr. Russell ahead of the VOD release.

Where and when did the idea to make TROLL INC. come from? What was the motivation?

I was reviewing books for and was assigned Parmey Olson’s We Are Anonymous: Inside the Hacker World of Lulzsec, Anonymous and The Global Cyber Insurgency. Some guy named “weev” was mentioned in the book repeatedly and sounded intriguing. I was supposed to go to Afghanistan and shoot a documentary on an Army unit, but they were reassigned and the film fell apart so I’d been looking around for a topic for another film.

Is this a world you yourself were familiar with before the movie?

Prior to making the film I’d never heard of Internet trolling or knew anything about it. When this started it was back in 2012. At that time you had to be involved in Internet subculture to actually know anything about trolling. LulzSec was the beginning of that culture exploding into the mainstream as they combined trolling with hacking and used memetic imagery in their stunts, and they were regularly featured on television news. Even at that time 4chan still was relatively underground and most people would have no idea what you were talking about if you mentioned that site.

I imagine your knowledge of the world greatly increased as the film kicked in?

Yes, I became immersed in the culture and in all of its significance and absurdity. It may have been the last proper subculture in the US, as in a culture that is unknowable to an outsider. It had its own language, imagery, myths, beliefs and initiation rituals. It combined elements of art, music, computer know-how and an underlying sense of alienation from the mainstream. All components of a new birth of culture. Now, memetic imagery is mainstream and sold on t-shirts at the mall. The same thing happened to the punk movement. It’s hard to imagine but people once thought punk rockers foretold the end of civilization. Maybe they were right but were just wrong about the timeline.

What kind of research did you do into this world?

When I started on the film it was December 2012, moving into 2013. It was a lifetime ago in terms of how fast culture and world events are moving. There wasn’t much research to be done beyond jumping into the world and seeing what I could find out. I got on IRC, I hung out on 4chan, I read Gabriella Coleman’s work and an advanced copy of Wendy Phillip’s This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things. It took me back to my adolescence of dialing into BBS’s and hanging out with friends who would phone phreak (steal telephone service). It surprised me that trolling came out of computer programming culture. The first actual, verified, Internet troll was a woman computer programmer in the 1990s who operated on Usenet under the moniker Netochka Nezvanova (the name of Dostoevsky's first novel). She was part of what would have been called early Gen X, the whole cyberpunk thing. It was her and her boyfriend sharing an account, actually. But, the point is she would go into discussion forums on Usenet (the largest online discussion group at the time) and mess around with all these earnest academics and computer programmers. They weren’t used to someone arguing in bad faith and purposefully disrupting a discussion so they had no idea what to do with her. I actually tracked her down. She works as a software engineer and sales person at a music production software company. She wouldn’t agree to go on camera but if you look hard enough on the web there is an interview with her by some European documentary filmmaker from way back in the late 90s or thereabouts. It’s a trip.

And into Andrew, himself, did you research him before you tracked him down?

Beyond what was in Parmy Olson’s book and what was available on the web, no. There was a New York Times Magazine article by Mattathias Schwartz that many people referenced, and actually Schwartz made him famous with that article by portraying him as an absolute bad ass. That article turned up in the FBI information I got through a freedom of information act request. So, wherever Schwartz is nowadays, he is the one responsible for Andrew Auernheimer.

And how did you track him down?

Andrew is one of the few, possibly the only, Internet trolls who is open and public about it. Most people remain anonymous because they have normal jobs and families, stuff like that. At the time Andrew was on Twitter and you could just tweet at him and he’d usually respond. This was right before his federal court case. He said we should talk after the case was decided. Sometime in 2013 he was found guilty and at that point he agreed to be part of the film. We shot the interviews with him during the time he was still free but waiting around for sentencing.

Did he have any requirements when he agreed to do the movie?

No requirements. He’s a savvy guy when it comes to the media. He embodies the saying that no publicity is bad publicity. He truly doesn’t care what people say about him.

What is the motivation of the film for you?

The initial motivation was the need to make a film and having a subject present itself that other people were not trying to approach. You’d be surprised how much competition there is in the documentary world for good subjects. Then, the novelty of discovering this hidden culture that had arisen and flourished all of its own accord away from the prying eyes of commercialism became the draw for me. It was the creativity of the human spirit in all its modern beauty and trashiness, humor and depravity on full display. Then, to discover most of these troll practitioners were usually hyper-intelligent misfit computer programmers made it all the more interesting. The legal stuff was a necessary part of the story but not something that I found appealing. People are prosecuted all the time frivolously and Andrew found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time, having pissed off the wrong people. What made this story different was that he was the embodiment of this troll culture that we’ll never see again in its original state, but that is now permanently part of our world.

Saturday 12 May 2018

IBIZA Official Trailer (2018) Gillian Jacobs, Netflix Movie HD

Ibiza is an upcoming American romantic comedy film, directed by Alex Richanbach, from a screenplay by Lauryn Kahn.

The film is scheduled to be released on May 25, 2018, by Netflix.

A young American woman and her two best friends seek out a hot DJ in Spain.

Gillian Jacobs as Harper
Vanessa Bayer as Nikki
Phoebe Robinson as Leah
Richard Madden as Leo
Augustus Prew as Miles
Anthony Welsh as Peter
Michelle Noh as Julie
Humphrey Ker as James

Breaking In - Movie Review

Shaun Russell takes her son and daughter on a weekend getaway to her late father's secluded, high-tech vacation home in the countryside. The family soon gets an unwelcome surprise when four men break into the house to find hidden money. After managing to escape, Shaun must now figure out a way to turn the tables on the desperate thieves and save her captive children.


Chris Stuckmann reviews Breaking In

Friday 11 May 2018

Ideal Home - Trailer and Poster

In cinemas and on Digital HD from 6th July, 2018

Comedy superstars Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, The Trip) and Paul Rudd (I Love You, Man, Ant-Man) star as a bickering couple who have to deal with a serious reality check, when a long lost grandson shows up looking for his family, in the hilarious Ideal Home, available in cinemas and on Digital HD from 6th July 2018, courtesy of Signature Entertainment.

Flamboyant TV chef Erasmus Brumble (Coogan) along with his director and long-term partner Paul (Rudd), are happy going through life playing as hard as they work. But suddenly they have to decide whether to grow-up or continue down their well-trodden path, when Erasmus’s estranged grandson, Bill (played by Jack Gore), unexpectedly turns up at their door, after his father is taken away to serve time in prison.

Having another mouth to feed can always come with its strains, but the couple’s fears that they are not yet cut out to be devoted parents become apparent very quickly, with their lavish social lifestyle (and an extensive erotic film collection) getting in the way of their duties as responsible guardians. As unsuited as this small family may initially seem, the loving bond they eventually form is threatened to be broken when Bill’s father warns he’ll take him away upon his release from jail.

The kings of comedy come together for this year’s must-see film hilarity, when Ideal Home hits cinemas!

Theatrical and Digital HD release date: 6th July 2018
Running time: 91 mins

First ever horror film festival 'Fractured Visions' unveils poster and dates (29 - 30 Sept)


Fractured Visions Film Festival is headed up by filmmaker Phil Escott (Cruel Summer) and genre academic Dr. Mikel J. Koven (La Dolce Morte), and is a celebration of all things horror. The festival was designed to help spotlight both emerging talent within the horror genre and those who have helped build it. Over two days, Fractured Visions will be showing eight new feature films and two classics along with ten new short films. The goal is to source the best in today's independent horror cinema. The festival will be offering awards in a number of categories, and the line-up of judges includes filmmakers, distributors and sales agents. The winning filmmakers will then be provided with an offer of world sales representation and UK distribution.

Co-Festival Director Phil Escottt commented:
‘The main goal of the festival is to help filmmakers avoid the sharks that are circling the UK film industry. Having been through it myself and having experienced both the good and the bad that the industry offers new filmmakers, we’re trying to help as many filmmakers as we can avoid the pitfalls that await many newcomers to the industry - especially within the horror genre. We also want to bring the best of the genre to the big screen for fans to experience films that would otherwise be destined for DVD shelves or VOD release because they have not been backed by a studio.’

The Poster
The idea behind the poster was simple: a hand-drawn EC comics homage that harks back to the golden age of horror and comic imagery. To bring this to life, the festival commissioned artist Martin Walker. Martin Walker, grew up on a steady diet of Hammer Horror classics and 80s juggernauts like The Lost Boys, Friday the 13th and Creepshow, all of which helped to firmly cement his love of the horror genre at a young age. His favourite comics are Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing, The Ultimates and Batman. He defines his style of painting as, ‘never quite as good as envisioned.’

Festival Submissions
Submissions are open now. If you’ve created a gut-crunching feature, a throat-ripping short or an eye-opening documentary that will set the horror world on fire – Fractured Visions want to see it. The festival will be taking place at the Tramshed Cinema, where everyone will be welcome to kick back, grab a beer and enjoy the films in luxury, thanks to the Tramshed’s beautiful seating.

Submission Deadlines
Regular Deadline: 31 May 2018
Late Deadline: 31 July 2018
Extended Deadline: 10 August 2018
Submissions are accepted directly via or through the partner Film Freeway


The Rape of Recy Taylor - Poster and Trailer

Recy Taylor, a 24-year-old black mother and sharecropper, was gang raped by six white boys in 1944 Alabama. Common in Jim Crow South, few women spoke up in fear for their lives. Not Recy Taylor, who bravely identified her rapists. The NAACP sent its chief rape investigator Rosa Parks, who rallied support and triggered an unprecedented outcry for justice.

The film exposes a legacy of physical abuse of black women and reveals Rosa Parks’ intimate role in Recy Taylor’s story. An attempted rape against Parks was but one inspiration for her ongoing work to find justice for countless women like Taylor. The 1955 bus boycott was an end result, not a beginning.

More and more women are now speaking up after rape. Our film tells the story of black women who spoke up when danger was greatest; it was their noble efforts to take back their bodies that led to the Montgomery Bus Boycott and movements that followed. The 2017 Global March by Women is linked to their courage. From sexual aggression on ‘40s southern streets to today’s college campuses and to the threatened right to choose, it is control of women’s bodies that powered the movement in Recy Taylor’s day and fuels our outrage today.

My Friend Dahmer - New UK Poster and Trailer

Marc Meyers's MY FRIEND DAHMER is the haunting, sad, funny, true story of Jeffrey Dahmer in high school, based on Derf Backderf's critically acclaimed 2012 graphic novel of the same name and Meyers's own 2014 Black List script.

 Jeffrey Dahmer murdered seventeen men and boys in the Midwest United States between 1978 and 1991 before being captured and incarcerated. This is the story before that story.

Jeff Dahmer (Ross Lynch, Disney Channel's 'Austin & Ally') is an awkward teenager who collects roadkill. It's the end of his junior year and he's practically invisible. His family life (Anne Heche as Joyce Dahmer) is coming undone. He fixates on a neighborhood jogger (Vincent Kartheiser, 'Mad Men') who routinely passes by his house. By the start of senior year, he acts out, throwing epileptic-like fits in the halls. His goofball antics win over a group of band-nerds who form The Dahmer Fan Club headed by Backderf (Alex Wolff, Nickelodeon's 'The Naked Brothers Band'). This camaraderie can't mask his growing depravity as approaching graduation Jeff spirals further out of control

UK & Ireland Release date: 1st June
Certificate TBC / Running time 107 Minutes

Thursday 10 May 2018

The Predator | Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX

From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black's explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe's most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a young boy accidentally triggers their return to Earth, only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and a disgruntled science teacher can prevent the end of the human race.

In Theaters September 14, 2018

Directed by: Shane Black

Written by: Fred Dekker & Shane Black

Cast: Boyd Holbrook, Trevante Rhodes, Jacob Tremblay, Keegan-Michael Key, Olivia Munn, Sterling K. Brown, Alfie Allen, Thomas Jane, Augusto Aguilera, Jake Busey, Yvonne Strahovski

Deadpool 2 | With Apologies to David Beckham

After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry’s hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best Lover.

In Theaters May 18, 2018

40th Anniversary Screening of Grease at Cannes Film Festival

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. 10/05/18 — Paramount Pictures announced today that it will host a special screening of the enduringly popular cultural phenomenon GREASE at this year’s Cannes Film Festival to celebrate the film’s 40th anniversary.  John Travolta and director Randal Kleiser will take part in the Cinéma de la Plage event on May 16th when fans will have the chance to relive the unforgettable moments, sensational soundtrack and classic love story at a spectacular outdoor screening of the newly restored film on the beach..

In anticipation of the film’s anniversary, GREASE was restored to its original vibrancy with the highest quality sound, picture resolution and color.  The original negative was scanned and received extensive clean up and color correction using previously unavailable digital restoration tools.  In addition, the audio was enhanced from a six-track mix created for an original 70mm release, giving the music more clarity.

“GREASE remains one of the most popular films in Paramount’s historic library and we are delighted to be presenting this spectacular restored version in celebration of its 40th anniversary,” said Bob Buchi, President, Worldwide Home Media Distribution, Paramount Pictures.  “This iconic, feel-good celebration made an indelible impact on popular culture and continues to delight new fans 40 years after its original release.”

A new 40th anniversary edition of the fully restored film was recently released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and Digital.