Nicole Kidman plays a detective with a tragic past in Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer. The movie focuses on two events in the cop’s life. In the past, she goes undercover with a gang. In the present, now hardened, she is faced with an unexplained murder. Premieres 12/2018.
Writer/director Jim Cummings’ feature-length adaptation of his award-winning short film. Thunder Road is a dark comedy about a police officer who struggles to cope with everyday life after his mother’s death and losing custody of his daughter. Drops 10/30/18 on iTunes.
We Are Dorothy has a great gift for horror movie buffs. This limited-edition set consists of 31 business cards for some of the most popular horror and thriller movie characters, including Freddy Krueger, Hannibal Lecter, Norman Bates, and of course Patrick Bateman.
Wisecrack’s Garyx Wormuloid breaks down the themes explored by the Marvel mega movie Avengers: Infinity War. It’s about the perils of power unchecked – making decisions that decide the fate of billions of lives, while no one dares tell you about your weird get up.
The latest look at the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse packs more laughs and action. More importantly, it seemingly reveals the rest of the alternate versions of Spider-Man that will team up with Peter Parker and Miles Morales. Premieres 12/14/18.
Director Peter Jackson and his team colorized footage of World War I from the BBC and Imperial War Museums’ archives to create They Shall Not Grow Old. The film weaves footage together to show the day-to-day life of soldiers during the great war. Premieres 10/16/18.
(PG-13: Language) We’ve seen Superbad at least a dozen times, and it doesn’t get old. The Cosmonaut Variety Hour provides his take on why he thinks the 2007 film is the greatest teen comedy of all time. It’s a great coming-of-age story disguised as a horny teen sex comedy.
CineFix presents its picks for the best movie soundtracks. There are soundtracks that seem like scores, familiar ones that evoke nostalgia, anachronistic soundtracks, ones that introduce us to new genres or artists, soundtracks that inspired the movie itself, and more.
Nearly a decade after the events of X-Men: Apocalypse, Professor X’s team of mutants are sent on a mission in space. There Jean Grey is struck by a “mysterious cosmic force.” She is unable to control this unspeakable power, driving the team – and the world – into chaos.
In 1992, then teenager Sandy Tan and her friends made what may have been the first indie film in Singapore. But their director made off with all the footage. They talk about the effect the film and its disappearance had on their life in this critically-acclaimed documentary.
With a reverse dolly or reverse zoom the viewer backs away from its subject instead of moving towards it. Jim Casey of The Solomon Society put together this great edit of reverse shots set appropriately to Say Lou Lou’s cover of Tame Impala’s Feels Like We Only Go Backwards.
(PG-13: Language) Matthew McConaughey returns to comedy with the help of Harmony Korine (Spring Breakers). The actor plays Moondog, “a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules.” Also starring Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher and Zac Efron. Premieres 3/22/19.
Described by critics as “Shaun of the Dead meets La La Land“, Anna and the Apocalypse is based on Zombie Musical, a short film by Ryan McHenry. It’s about a group of high schoolers slashing and singing their way through a zombie apocalypse. Premieres 12/2018.