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God would forgive anyone who can’t stomach Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn‘s deeply flawed, sometimes repugnant, but utterly fascinating, “Too Old To Die Young.” A 10-episode, 13-hour TV streaming experience for Amazon Prime—hypnotic a…

If there was an actual sports-like competition between the collective streaming companies and traditional media, filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn would be streaming’s #1 fan, complete with the oversized foam finger and face paint. In the lead up to the r…

We’ll make this short and sweet. First, we know most of you are anxiously awaiting “Too Old to Die Young,” the new series from writer-director Nicolas Winding Refn. From the looks of the trailer and marketing materials, it would appear that Refn is fir…

On the surface, you may be hard-pressed to see how a 10-episode Amazon streaming series about a crooked cop and the seedy criminal underbelly might be related to Donald Trump and his rise to the presidency. However, for writer-director Nicolas Winding …

Ask any horror fan worth their salt about underrated classics of the 1960s, and one film that’s sure to come up is “Witchfinder General.” Co-produced by Roger Corman’s American Independent Pictures, the 1968 film, based on Ronald Bassett’s novel of the…

Nicolas Winding Refn’s choice to screen the fourth and fifth episodes of his new TV series “Too Old To Die Young” for audiences at the Cannes Film Festival, packaged under the title “North of Hollywood, West of Hell” may strike some as strange. Excerpt…

There is a multitude of reasons why Nicolas Winding Refn will never be compared to someone like Aaron Sorkin or Quentin Tarantino. Honestly, you probably couldn’t find three more disparate filmmakers. And perhaps the most striking difference between Re…

There is a multitude of reasons why Nicolas Winding Refn will never be compared to someone like Aaron Sorkin or Quentin Tarantino. Honestly, you probably couldn’t find three more disparate filmmakers. And perhaps the most striking difference between Re…

Amazon and Netflix aren’t anticipated to have any feature films at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, but that isn’t preventing at least one of them from having a presence. Deadline is reporting that Amazon is ready to send Nicolas Winding Refn over to …