Julius Avery’s Overlord – fatigue-green pulp torn from Wolfenstein video video games and sinister sci-fi abominations – delivers *nearly* precisely what the phrases “WWII Nazi Zombie Film” dare to indicate. Sunglasses of The Factor, Re-Animator, and numerous hardcore horror influences mystify sledgehammer-heavy “grunts and grit” army war. No sacrificing “one …

Wrinkled and faded, the face of a girl stares into the digicam as she lay useless on her pillow, her younger daughter flippantly observing from a chair within the nook. That is the introductory shot of director Richard Shepard’s The Perfection. An instantaneous glimpse into the twisted and demanding tale …

It’s a joyous, beautiful movie that smashes cynicism with a sledgehammer into a million pieces.  The post Fantastic Fest 2018 – One Cut Of The Dead Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Out of pills and out of money, Annie goes to extremes to get into the Neberdine study, before she revisits her worst trauma. The post Maniac Season 1 Episode 2 Recap appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Rom-coms are again in a large method. Loopy Wealthy Asians, To The entire Boys I’ve Liked Earlier than and Set It Up have all garnered buzz and reward this yr. Becoming a member of the rom-com revival is The New Romantic, a movie that performed at SXSW and can discovering its option to theaters …

Al White’s directorial debut is an attractive adventure into the darkish chambers of grief accompanied via a security web of melodic steering. No stranger to the song business, White is often referred to as the lead singer of UK indie band Ghostlight, who impressingly supplies the rating and soundtrack to …

“Tell me what it felt like… to be famous!” HBO has debuted the full-length trailer for their feature film My Dinner with Hervé, starring the immensely taelnted Peter Dinklage as the famous French dwarf actor Herve Villechaize, who many will recognize from either The Man with the Golden Gun (as Scaramanga’s little henchman Nick Nack) or “Fantasy Island” (as Tattoo). The story is about an evening in Los Angeles in which struggling journalist Danny Tate, as played by Jamie Dornan, is sent to meet and interview Herve. This really happened and, as the story goes, it was “an encounter that will have life-changing consequences for both.” You can get a glimpse of that in this trailer. The cast includes Andy Garcia, Mireille Enos, Oona Chaplin, Helena Mattsson, and Harriet Walter. This really looks quite good, I’m pretty excited to watch once it’s out. Dinklage really seems to be giving his all playing Herve in this great role. Check it out. Here’s …

“Galveston,” the upcoming Mélanie Laurent -directed feature which received mention in our Fall Movie Preview, has now released a second trailer. Pulled from the Toronto International Film Festival rather last minute last week — the stars co…