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Exclusive: First 10 Minutes of ‘The Calling’ News

Exclusive: First 10 Minutes of ‘The Calling’

We have an exclusive clip of the first 10 minutes of The Calling, the new serial killer thriller starring Susan Sarandon and Topher Grace. Sarandon plays Hazel Micallef, a detective in a quiet town who comes across a chain of gruesome murders with spiritual undertones. This is the first feature film from Jason Stone, who Read More
‘Listen Up Philip’ Trailer Reveals Jason Schwartzman’s Alienating Author News

‘Listen Up Philip’ Trailer Reveals Jason Schwartzman’s Alienating Author

Writer/Director Alex Ross Perry‘s follow-up to his micro-budget feature The Color Wheel, Listen Up Philip now has released a new trailer ahead of its upcoming appearances on the fall film festival circuit. Strong reviews of the film and Perry’s previous work helped make Listen Up Philip one of Way Too Indie’s choices for our Essential Read More
J.C. Chandor’s ‘A Most Violent Year’ Gets Year-End Release Date News

J.C. Chandor’s ‘A Most Violent Year’ Gets Year-End Release Date

J.C. Chandor‘s first two films, Margin Call and All Is Lost couldn’t have been more different — the first was a talky, smart depiction of Wall Street’s collapse and the second a quiet, small-scale tale of one man’s survival. For his third film, A Most Violent Year, Chandor is taking a look at the lives Read More
Amy Adams v. Christolph Waltz in Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ Trailer News

Amy Adams v. Christolph Waltz in Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ Trailer

It’s been two years since Tim Burton brought us Frankenweenie and Dark Shadows. One of which was a lovely dark children’s story, and the other a sad and uninspiring take on a gothic soap opera. After these, and the so-bad-why-is-it-getting-a-sequel-? Alice in Wonderland, it’s an incredible relief to see something rather, well, normal coming from Tim Read More
TIFF 2014: From What is Before Film Festival

TIFF 2014: From What is Before

Every time something gets written about Lav Diaz, an explanation of the director’s unusual, tough filmography feels necessary. When it comes to length, Diaz is one of the most maximal directors around. It says something when Diaz’s last film, the 4 hour Norte, the End of History, is one of his shortest works. From What Read More
Criterion Collection Announces December 2014 Releases News

Criterion Collection Announces December 2014 Releases

With the box-set and wishlist fodder that is typically released by the Criterion Collection each November, December tends to be lighter on must-have items. In 2013, Criterion changed that up a bit with the Martin Scorsese World Cinema box and the critically acclaimed Nashville, Altman’s first Criterion release in over 400 spine numbers. Will we Read More
TIFF 2014: Goodbye to Language 3D Film Festival

TIFF 2014: Goodbye to Language 3D

Like the film’s 70 minute runtime, I’ll be brief. Jean-Luc Godard tackles three dimensions in his latest film, a complete sensory assault that, like his other recent works, can only be attributed to the legendary filmmaker. Narrative and characters don’t truly matter here; something one character explicitly states at one point. There are two couples Read More
Giveaway: ‘We Are The Best!’ on Blu-ray News

Giveaway: ‘We Are The Best!’ on Blu-ray

The coming-of-age punk story We Are The Best! arrives on Blu-ray and DVD September 23rd so we’ve teamed up with Magnolia Pictures to give two of our newsletter subscribers a chance to win a Blu-ray. Writer and producer Lukas Moodysson presents a story centered on three young misfits growing up in early ’80s Stockholm. Two Read More
New York Film Festival Trailer Debuts Footage from ‘Inherent Vice’ News

New York Film Festival Trailer Debuts Footage from ‘Inherent Vice’

The New York Film Festival made a splash earlier this year when it was that they would hold the premieres of both David Fincher’s Gone Girl and Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice. Beyond those films, the festival will also feature some favorites from Sundance, Cannes & Toronto including Whiplash, Two Days, One Night, Mr. Turner, Read More