Month: April 2016

CELL (2016) — Based on Stephen King’s Novel [Trailer]

When was the last time you watched a zombie movie? In fact, there are many come out in recent times. This one has been in production for a long time. Although it is based on horror master Stephen King’s best-selling CELL, this has not attracted much attention so far, probably for the reason of its […]

The Girl on the Train (2016) – Watch the Trailer

The ‘The Girl on the Train’ movie trailer, starring Emily Blunt, has just hit the web and has quickly created a buzz with its intriguing plot that promises an engaging narration with a lot more mystery and thrill. The film adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ best-selling 2015 thriller will be released in theaters on October 7, […]

Ambiancé – The 720 Hours Long Film

Swedish artist, photographer, and filmmaker Anders Weberg, in a record-breaking feat, has recently released the trailer of what is going to be the world’s longest film to date. With a running time of 720 hours or 30 days, the film titled “Ambiancé” is projected for release on December 31, 2020. Working full-time for the last […]

Lionsgate Teams Up With Steam To Stream Movies

Valve Corporation and Lionsgate, a premier next-generation global content leader, have formed a ground-breaking partnership under which Lionsgate has become one of the first major studios to license films to Valve’s popular Steam digital distribution platform, the two companies announced today. The deal reflects Lionsgate’s commitment to monetize its content across an expanding array of […]

4:44 Last Day On Earth (2011) – An Apocalyptic Drama

Written and Directed by Abel Ferrara, this 2011-released film 4:44 Last Day on Earth is an apocalyptic drama. It talks about a day in the life of a loving couple who among all other human beings on the planet are waiting for their fate as a result of the environmental catastrophe which will hit the earth […]

Studio Ghibli Back In Action With ‘The Red Turtle’ (Trailer)

Studio Ghibli, the eminent Japanese animation film studio is back to produce films with The Red Turtle (La tortue rouge to be released in Sep 2016). The film, set to be premiered at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, is directed by Dutch filmmaker Michael Dudok de Wit and written by French screenwriter Pascale Ferran. This is […]

Parallels (2015) – Promises More, Delivers Less

Director and screenwriter Christopher Leone’s PARALLELS is a science-fiction adventure film that shows a parallel or alternate Earth that can be traveled through mysterious gateways. It follows the lives of estranged brother and sister, Ronan and Beatrix, who met at their home when their father dropped both of them a message to meet him. When […]

Radhika Apte’s ‘Phobia’ Promises Thrill

Filmmaker Pavan Kripalani’s ‘Phobia’ seems to be an interesting psychological thriller. The film, as the name suggests, revolves around some kind of phobia or the fear of something, at least this is what we can sense from the trailer and teasers released recently. Radhika Apte, known for her critically applauded off-beat films (such as ‘Badlapur’, […]

Look Who’s Back (German Blockbuster)

Based on author Timur Vermes’s bestselling novel Er ist wieder da, translated by Jamie Bulloch, Look Who’s Back is a mockumentary based on German dictator Adolf Hitler. With a catchy and comic storyline, this film has been a great box office success in Germany. The plot of the film imagines Hitler returning to the modern […]

Veerappan – Official Trailer Reaction

One of India’s ace filmmakers Ram Gopal Varma, better known as RGV, is back to Hindi cinema with his latest offering Veerappan. The trailer of the film is out lately and has so far received a great response. As the name is well known in this part of the world, the film revolves around one […]

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