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Watch: LUNAR teaser trailer Trailer

Watch: LUNAR teaser trailer

LUNAR is bound to be the best indie sci-fi trailer you see today. Tyson Wade Johnston’s short film is set in the year 2057 in Los Angeles, where all convicts are removed from Earth and sentenced to the LUNAR penitentiaries in space. An outlaw attempts to be the first to escape the corrupt system and Read More
2013 LA Film Festival Coverage Introduction Film Festival

2013 LA Film Festival Coverage Introduction

I’m very excited to attend the 2013 LA Film Festival as this year’s festival has a very solid line up with several specific films I’ve been dying to see. Upon analyzing the lineup, it seems most of the big films are the “popular kids” from more prestigious festivals like Cannes, Toronto and particularly, Sundance. Not Read More
Giveaway: The Purge Exclusive T-Shirt News

Giveaway: The Purge Exclusive T-Shirt

Way Too Indie will be giving away an exclusive The Purge T-Shirt to one lucky reader courtesy of Universal Pictures. The Purge stars Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey as a family whose home is invaded during a period called the Purge where all crime is deemed legal. The mission is to survive the night by Read More
Watch: Short Term 12 trailer Trailer

Watch: Short Term 12 trailer

Destin Cretton, writer/director of I Am Not a Hipster, is back with his next film, Short Term 12. The film stars Brie Larson (Scott Pilgrim vs. The World) as Grace; a girl in her 20’s who works at a facility for at-risk teens. Working at the center with her boyfriend, the film follows her as Read More
Stoker on Blu-ray & DVD June 18th News

Stoker on Blu-ray & DVD June 18th

Ever since Park Chan-wook’s breakthrough hit Oldboy premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004, he has exploded onto everyone’s radar as a director to follow. His latest film, Stoker, is the director’s first film in English and stars some big-named American celebrities; Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, and Matthew Goode, just to name a few. Read More
Watch: Two clips from Blue Is The Warmest Color Trailer

Watch: Two clips from Blue Is The Warmest Color

Hot off the heels of its huge Palme d’Or win at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, two clips from Blue Is The Warmest Color have emerged. This three-hour lesbian romance story is an adaptation of a graphic novel by Julie Maroh generated a lot of buzz before winning Cannes’ top prize, as the film features Read More
2013 Cannes Film Festival Winners Awards

2013 Cannes Film Festival Winners

Being that Steven Spielberg was the president of the Jury for the 66th Cannes Film Festival everyone who I talked to seemed to think that the Palme d’Or would be given to an American film, with Inside Llewyn Davis having the best chances to win. There was certainly a solid American presence at this year’s Read More
Cannes Day #9: Nothing Bad Can Happen Film Festival

Cannes Day #9: Nothing Bad Can Happen

Cannes rules to live by or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the Cannes Film Festival Learn to live and thrive on coffee; but ask for it American style unless you take actually handle the strong bitterness of espresso. Trains are an unreliable means of transportation; they are often late or sometimes may Read More
Cannes Day #8: Nebraska & Only Lovers Left Alive Film Festival

Cannes Day #8: Nebraska & Only Lovers Left Alive

Nebraska There is not a whole lot that goes on in Nebraska, similar to the small towns that are featured in it, but this is a road trip/family bonding film that is extremely entertaining. Nebraska is not perfect, but it may end up being the year’s best road trip film. Payne keeps the camera rolling Read More