Daniel Lee’s weapon-filled martial arts spectacular was nominated for best action choreography and sound design at the Hong Kong film awards. Now own it in all its blood-splattered 1080p, 7.1 glory.
It’s been over 20 years since Gordon Gekko first got greedy in Wall Street. After years in prison for his wrongdoing, he’s back to try and warn the financial sector about its impending doom.
Christopher Nolan’s mysterious, mind-bending picture about stealing secrets from the subconscious as people dream gets a little clearer in this latest theatrical trailer. Opens July 16th.
Whether or not these are images of Tron Legacy’s evil villain and henchmen, or just some cool Tron fan art, we’re digging these guys’ bad-ass light-up black outfits and killer frisbees.
If you ever get a phone call and the person on the other end of the line says to you “Get Out of There!” you pretty much know that death awaits you with big pointy teeth if you don’t comply.
At Sundance, folks either loved or hated Michael Winterbottom’s The Killer Inside Me, with Casey Affleck as Lou Ford, a sociopathic murderer who covers up his tracks the best he can as a sheriff.
We’re all familiar with the Tony Stark and Pepper Potts scene shown in one of the trailers for Iron Man 2. But according to the guys at College Humor, it took a billion takes to get that scene right.
Terry Gilliam’s inimitable visual style is all over this quirky film which also happens to feature the final on-screen performance of Heath Ledger. If you missed it in the theater, grab it on Blu-ray.
Gregoire Sivan’s short film gives us a really bad case of crabs. Sit back and enjoy his monster movie tribute in which the world is attacked by gigantic crustaceans. Extra points for the dubbing.
Street Fighter Legacy is an independently-produced short film by actor/filmmaker Joey Ansah, who, like the rest of us, is sick of the lame adaptations of the franchise. See the complete film online on May 6.
Anton Corbijn’s The American stars George Clooney as a hitman on his last assignment, but like all hitmen movies, things go awry; people are on the hunt for him and he falls in love.
Arthur C. Clarke’s classic science fiction novel may have had several false-starts as a studio motion picture, but this fan-made Rama film by Philip Mahoney and Aaron Ross will tide us over for now.
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