Like any other kind of artist, filmmakers often struggle to come to terms with just what in the hell it is they’re doing. A life of creating fantasies (and, some might argue, of telling lies) can be a strange and unsettling one that sometimes inspires a session of cinematic self-examination. Here are a few accounts of what happens when Hollywood gazes into its own abyss.
This weekend’s releases are all about getting old or coming home: Disney gives us yet another Pirates (mis)adventure, Woody Allen deals with mortality through lovers in Paris, Iraq War veterans find a different war at home, and a wandering musician returns home to face the music.
Adrien Brody bends space-time whilst trapped in a morgue drawer in this trippy psychlogical thriller, now available on Netflix Instant.
The sci-fi horror film Splice isn’t afraid to go to extremes. Here are the five moments where it really went there.
This week’s new releases on DVD and Blu-Ray disc include the Karate Kid remake, the Nightmare on Elm Street remake, and two original gross-out horrors: Splice and The Human Centipede.
This week’s new DVD/Blu-Ray releases are headlined by Robin Hood, but there’s some other good stuff in there too.
Adrien Brody, Topher Grace and Danny Trejo vs. Predators – does this franchise reboot get the job done?
Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley create life in the new sci-fi horror flick Splice. That turns out to be not such a good idea.