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The first trailer for the Jennifer Lawrence’s sexy spy thriller Red Sparrow is here. Think: Black Widow’s origin story but with a bit of Le Femme Nikita for good measure. Red Sparrow is directed by Francis Lawrence, director of several Hunger Games movies, as well as a string of quite good, quite underrated films (Constantine, I Am Legend […]
In Stephen King’s work, the hiearchy of cruelty is as follows: 1: Bullies, 2: Parents, 3: Creatures of horror. Sometimes the top two will switch, depending on the character (Beverly’s father) or the story (The Body), but the third one never reaches the top. For King, it is always people who embody badness. Not necessary […]
On September 28, The Heights theater will be showing Dr. Strangelove, the first film in their fall program, The Stanley Kubrick Experience. Though never prolific–releasing only 16 films in a nearly fifty year career–Stanley Kubrick was nonetheless known as a meticulous filmmaker whose every picture–heck, every frame!–is a cinematic masterpiece. This obsessive filmmaker lived in near isolation […]
The reboot of Hellboy is in early development stages, and what we know so far is that the film will be directed by Neil Marshall, and will star David Harbour in the title role. We also know that Ed Skrein (of Deadpool), who was recently cast in the part of Major Daimio, will no longer be […]
Is Win It All the next great gaming movie of its time? We think so. It is a Netflix original that was released earlier this year. Though this movie didn’t make the silver screen, it is grabbing the attention of many due to its realistic look at the game of poker. The movie stars Jake Johnson (New […]
Oscar winners Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem play a couple in Darren Aronofsky’s forthcoming thriller mother! No need to mention that J-Law is only 26 and Bardem is 48, because Aronofksy is back! After his disappointing turn at the helm of 2014’s Noah, Aronofsky is back in Pi, Requiem for a Dream, and Black Swan territory […]
Derf Backderf’s graphic novel comes to the big-screen.
After 20 years, Nolan remains an artist on the ascendance.
A young violent man goes to assassin school.