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Following the critical acclaim it received out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, RLJE Films has now released the first trailer for “Mandy,” the vehement Nicolas Cage-led thriller from Italian-born director Panos Cosmatos. Amidst his ge…

There’s no predicting which indie films will turn into hits, but there are a few small-time projects that have rocketed actors into stardom. Often the actors help push these projects themselves: “Monster” brought mainstream attention to producer/lead C…

Once every few years Nicolas Cage refreshes his mystique with a performance that radiates energy like a city on fire. Nearly a decade since Cage’s last such turn (in Werner Herzog’s “Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans“), he goes way o…

We’ve seen many movies depict the presence of the KKK in southern states, even in the organization’s later years when the group was shunned and went further underground. A socially conscious movie like “Burden” must be commended…

Politics might not seem like a funny thing to laugh at right now, but believe us when we say you’ll want to let your guard down for “The Death Of Stalin.” The latest from Armando Ianucci (“Veep,” “The Thick Of It&#82…

Netflix has been playing a coy game with the upcoming fourth season of Charlie Brooker‘s anxiety-inducing “Black Mirror,” releasing trailer after trailer and posters for each episode and yet hiding the release date. The holiday flavor…

With each season of “Black Mirror,” Charlie Brooker‘s anthology show has only grown more ambitious, attracting bigger names and bigger budgets. Now, with a new home on Netflix, the series which takes a skewed look at the future can attempt …