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  1. Last year there was two cult-based hits at Sundance; Martha Marcy May Marlene and Sound of My Voice. The latter has taken a while to get to the screens (probably because of the fact M4 got there earlier) but in April it will finally get a wider theatrical release. The film also stars Brit Marling who received rave reviews for her performance in Another Earth last year. Synopsis: Peter and Lorna, a young Silver Lake couple, delve into the underworld of a cult that meets in the San Fernando valley. At the center of the group is an enigmatic young woman named Maggie who never leaves her basement chamber. The members follow Maggie blindly—growing her food, obsessively sanitizing the house, giving her their own blood for transfusions. But why? We follow Peter and Lorna as they smuggle hidden cameras into Maggie’s basement bent on exposing her as a charlatan and freeing the members from her spell. First 12-minutes
  2. Although we have already had two films about Ip Man I am interested in what Wong Kar Wai brings to the table. The film stars Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi and fight choreography by Yuen Woo-ping but a release date is not forthcoming (as is the way with all of Kar Wai's films). The above teasers are both focused on the same fight but they do show different footage. In truth the teasers have a Matrix Revolutions vibe but I'm sure the rest of the film will be anything but.
  3. Guess who's back old chum! Not sure if any of the villains are actually still alive to lend their elderly vocal cords to the project. Still, there's a 97% chance it'll be better than whatever grimfest Zack Snyder sharts out.
  4. http://variety.com/2015/film/news/joseph-gordon-levitt-fraggle-rock-1201456256/ Sparse details, but Joseph Gordon Levitt is to produce and star in a live action Fraggle Rock movie. It sort of feels like the kind of thing which may not happen in the end.
  5. Peter Strickland made the excellent revenge thriller, Katalin Varga (my review), with his own money and he is now back with a new film; Berberian Sound Studio. Synopsis: A sound engineer's work for an Italian horror studio becomes a terrifying case of life imitating art. The film stars Toby Jones and has been getting good reviews since its showing at the EIFF. It is released on August 31st (no doubt a home release will follow shortly).
  6. Just watched this and loved it. I think it deserves it's own thread. It's a thriller that reminds me a lot of The Terminator. The soundtrack is brilliant, pure 80s driving synth tracks. Dan Steven's is an ex-soldier who visits the family of a deceased squad mate. That's the set up, pretty minimal, but the rest is best left unsaid. These tracks above pretty much tells you the mood of the film. I'd avoid watching a trailer.
  7. Shamelessly nicked from the How Did This Get Made? podcast. No matter how reviled a film is, somebody, somewhere loves it. So let's share glowing 5 star reviews from Amazon (or elsewhere) of absolute stinkers. To start us off - RoboCop 3 You all remember that national confusion, right? People wandering the street in the daze and video rental shops ablaze. It got so bad John Major nearly declared martial law! "Better muscial score" = Basil Poledouris' amazing soundtrack from the first film played on a kazoo. Admittedly that's still probably better than the music in RoboCop 2.
  8. I just caught up on episode one of this, and it made for an interesting half-hour. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b054cbnp It's a three-part series where Kermode looks at the way movies get made. Episode one, which is still on iPlayer, is about Development Hell. Episode 2: Getting to the Screen is broadcast tomorrow...
  9. I know it's inane and historically inaccurate but the Uk version of this is superb. Basically semi famous British stand up comedians get pissed and regale you with their inebriated version of famous tales of yore whilst reenactment of the tales are carried out. I've laughed out loud every week as some of them get in right states and the drunk intereptation of events can be genuinely funny. Worth a viewing and a thread of its own IMO. It's on Comedy central btw and no doubt all episodes can be caught up on if you have Sky.
  10. This is gathering a lot of hype for awards season. Had never heard of the story before seeing it and tried googling to see if it was a true story. Bad idea. Avoid doing that if you don't want anything spoiled by headlines. Lesson learned I guess. Only watch this trailer if you aren't sold on my description below... Steve Carrell is unrecognisable as billionaire philanthropist John Du Pont, weirdo loner heir to the Du Pont family fortune. At the start of the film he is recently obsessed by a dedication to make America great by sporting excellence. He does this by hiring Olympic gold medal winning wrestling brothers, the Schultz, to train a crack wrestling team at the Du Pont Foxcatcher training ground. I didn't really know anything going in other than the brief spoiler headline, so was really impressed by the level of acting here from all involved. Rufallo and Tatum are good as the brothers, Carrell is creepy as all hell.
  11. Haven't seen that trailer myself but do yourself a favour and watch the documentary. You will once again be reminded of how small minded and pathetic we truly are. Good times!
  12. I love the Muppets, in fact I love everything the Henson company did up until the mid-'90s and then things started to go wrong, especially for the Muppets. Muppets' Christmas Carol is the last great film the studio made but they have been making an effort to return to their roots of late with a Dark Crystal sequel and Fragglerock film in development. The first big release we will see is a brand new Muppet movie and for once it isn't based on a classic piece of literature. Written by Jason Segel (also starring) and Nicholas Stoller the film seems to be going back to the old style Muppet movies. Synopsis: On vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world’s biggest Muppet fan, and his friends Gary (Jason Segel) and Mary (Amy Adams) from Smalltown, USA, discover the nefarious plan of oilman Tex Richman (Chris Cooper) to raze the Muppet Theater and drill for the oil recently discovered beneath the Muppets’ former stomping grounds. To stage The Greatest Muppet Telethon Ever and raise the <ccc style="font-size: inherit; background-color: yellow; " title="">£6.34</ccc> million needed to save the theater, Walter, Mary and Gary help Kermit reunite the Muppets, who have all gone their separate ways: Fozzie now performs with a Reno casino tribute band called the Moopets, Miss Piggy is a plus-size fashion editor at Vogue Paris, Animal is in a Santa Barbara clinic for anger management, and Gonzo is a high-powered plumbing magnate. With secret, signature, celebrity cameos, “The Muppets” hits the big screen Nov. 23, 2011. I'm not even sure half the footage in the teaser even appears in the film considering it seems to be about a fake romantic comedy called Green with Envy (it even gets its own fake film poster) that doesn't sound like it could possibly fit in with the general synopsis for the Muppets movie.
  13. Gondry is back in quirky territory with his adaptation of Boris Vian's 1947 novel Froth on the Daydream. Synopsis: A woman suffers from an unusual illness caused by a flower growing in her lungs. The film stars Audrey Tautou, Romain Duris, Omar Sy, Jamel Debbouze and Gad Elmaleh (the names might not be overly familiar but that is a pretty impressive French cast). Today a bunch of photos were released too:
  14. Synopsis: “Frozen Ground” follows Alaskan detective Glenn Flothe (Cage) as he sets out to end the murderous rampage of Robert Hansen (Cusack), a serial killer who has gone unnoticed for 13 years. As the bodies of street girls start to add up in Anchorage, fear strikes a chord with the public. Risking his life, Detective Flothe goes on a personal manhunt to find the killer before the next body surfaces. When a seventeen year old escapee reveals key information about the case, Flothe is finally able to trail the killer. But will he catch him in time to save the next victim? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AO50H7kJ_kw Looks like a direct to DVD movie but I can't deny there is some appeal in seeing Vanessa Hudgens as a stripper.
  15. Despite it being Vemsie's most anticipated film of 2012 we don't appear to have a dedicated Gravity thread, until now. It is a project that has gone through some big casting changes with Angelina Jolie and Robert Downey Jr originally signed-on to star then Marion Cottilard and Natalie Portman were tested and passed on the role. Now we have Sandra Bullock (an undeserving Oscar winner but if Cuaron can get a good performance out of Clive Owen I have faith he can do similar here) in the lead role with George Clooney playing the only other support. There is still very little known about the film and no photos or footage leaked but I have collected together most of the major snippets. Synopsis: From the synopsis and a recent Clooney interview it almost sounds as if the two leads are just floating in space for the majority of the film (like Open Water in space) which seems pretty ambitious. In the same interview he also compared it to 2001: A Space Odyssey. From /Film: And a hyped Guillermo del Toro gushes about the technology: At <ccc style="font-size: inherit; background-color: yellow; " title="$80">£50.53</ccc>m this sounds like a very expensive art house film and with Emmanuel Lubezki (Children of Men, The Tree of Life, A New World etc.) on cinematography duty it is guaranteed to look beautiful. It will also be in 3D (surprise surprise) which may well suit its setting, the only reservation is that it is being converted in post-production. There are so many unknowns about the film but on paper I think Vemsie was right to single it out as one of the films to watch next year.
  16. Saw this today....can't believe Ashens has his own movie... Directed by Riyad Barmania. Its got Warwick Davis in it too and apparently its quite good! Anyone seen it?
  17. I saw this at the London Film Festival and it seems its finally about to hit the cinemas. Story of a few kids trying to get the the legendary Stone Roses concert. I genuinely loved it. Not sure if that was pure nostalgia though or whether people not familiar with the time and the music will enjoy it as much. When I saw it though the whole cinema was singing along to I Am the Resurrection at the end. I think its one of the best British Films I've seen in recent years. So would love you know other people's views when its finally out.
  18. Synopsis: A biography of Formula 1 champion driver Niki Lauda and the 1976 crash that almost claimed his life. Mere weeks after the accident, he got behind the wheel to challenge his rival, James Hunt. The film stars Chris Hemsworth (Hunt) and Daniel Brühl (Lauda) whilst it has lots of beautiful women with Olivia Wilde, Natalie Dormer and Alexandra Maria Lara all co-starring. It could be a really interesting story with the big reservation coming from the fact Ron Howard is directing. Below is a behind the scenes featurette (sadly you don't get to see if Hemsworth and Brühl have nailed their performances): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-xqy-ksqvs
  19. This actually looks quite interesting, although so have many other found-footage movies I suppose...
  20. Synopsis: After the disastrous food storm in the first film, Flint and his friends are forced to leave the town. Flint accepts the invitation from his idol Chester V to join The Live Corp Company, which has been tasked to clean the island, and where the best inventors in the world create technologies for the betterment of mankind. When Flint discovers that his machine still operates and now creates mutant food beasts like living pickles, hungry tacodiles, shrimpanzees and apple pie-thons, he and his friends must return to save the world. The first film was one of the best animated family films in recent years and this looks just as ridiculous.
  21. Synopsis: Two teenage boys encounter a fugitive and form a pact to help him evade the bounty hunters on his trailer and to reunite him with his true love. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK-knP1hQVM Starring Matthew McConaughey (continuing his recent return to form), Reese Witherspoon and Michael Shannon, Mud, received strong festival buzz last year and Nichols has proved to be a director worthy of attention. This should definitely be one to watch.
  22. Synopsis: Eleanor (Saoirse Ronan) is a precocious girl with a bent for storytelling. A natural introvert, her idea of a good time is to put pen to paper and reflect on her inner life. Her “sister” Clara (Gemma Arterton) is the complete opposite: extroverted and sexual, she struts around in stilettos and skin-tight garb, attracting hungry male gazes wherever she goes. Both carry secrets from deep in their shared past — all 200 years of it — which bubbles to the surface as Jordan wends his way through the twists and turns of the plot. It turns out that Clara was involved in a passionate love affair during the Napoleonic Wars, while at the same time Eleanor was abandoned as a child. In the present, both seek to preserve their secret from their unsuspecting new companions. Eleanor falls for a sweet young waiter (Caleb Landry Jones), while Clara settles on a homey, unsuspecting man (Daniel Mays) who has just come into an inheritance: the Byzantium Hotel, which has seen better days. The fun begins as Eleanor and Clara shack up in the hotel, feeding off their victims while attempting to stay one step ahead of their pursuers, who are hot on the duo’s trail after Clara rather violently disposes of a particularly seedy pickup. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euSWwU_JbOU Looks better than most recent vampire films.
  23. We seem to be seeing a resurgence in elaborate credit sequences (start and end lately). I've written in the Iron Man 3 thread about how much I liked the end credits of that film. In case you haven't seem them (be aware it contains some spoilers for the film). Art of the Title is a great resource for reading about the design process for credit sequences, and they have a really good article up on this particular credit sequence at the moment (including footage of concepts that weren't used). http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/iron-man-3/ Share your favourite (and least favourite credit sequences) here.
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