Waves, Trey Edward Shults' follow-up to his acclaimed debut Krisha and mainstream breakthrough It Comes at Night, has finally dropped a trailer. The film, a journey through a South Florida family's healing after a loss, has already been acclaimed following screenings at Telluride and will also play at Toronto. Peter Debruge of Variety noted that... Continue Reading →
The 2019 iteration of the Toronto International Film Festival just added to their already stacked schedule of premieres, with titles including The Aeronauts - director Tom Harper's hot-air-balloon adventure with Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.
Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe are alone, together, in the terrifying sophomore feature from The Witch's Robert Eggers - and the first trailer has just arrived online.
A full length trailer for Good Omens, Amazon's big-budget adaptation of the fantasy bestseller of the same name, has arrived.
We've finally been blessed with a trailer for the latest from French cinema's enfant incroyable, Claire Denis (Beau Travail, White Material). Sexy, disturbing and mind-bending, High Life was met with cheers, boos and walkouts upon its premiere at TIFF last year. The film doesn't yet have a UK release date, but we'll get the chance to... Continue Reading →
Whether you're cautiously optimistic or dead against, the new Hellboy movie is coming and the proof is finally here. Directed by Neil Marshall, the horror hero behind Dog Soldiers and The Descent, Hellboy will be punching, shooting and quipping his way to UK cinemas on April 12, 2019. It remains to be seen whether fans... Continue Reading →
With the announcement today that it would be acquiring the lost Australian thriller Wake in Fright, Drafthouse Films has cemented (in my opinion) its claim to be one of the most interesting, fearless and passionate distribution outfits working today. The 1971 film from First Blood director Ted Kotcheff, as championed by Martin Scorsese at Cannes... Continue Reading →
Some great news from the New York Times yesterday. According a reliable source (is there any other kind?) the Coen brothers' follow-up to this True Grit in 2010 will be something entirely different; a profile of the New York folk scene in the 1960s. They're allegedly working from a book called The Mayor of Macdougal... Continue Reading →
Readers of Sight and Sound who look forward to each new issue may have noticed an interesting covermount attached to April's issue: a sampler of Tinderstick's forthcoming release, collecting their soundtracks to the French filmmaker Claire Denis' ouevre. I've always made time for Denis' films, particularly 35 Shots of Rum and last year's White Material.... Continue Reading →