11 Sep 2015
A Very Realistic Approach on Climbing in "Everest"
Portraying accurately how climbing on the highest mountain on Earth looks like, the movie Everest is a realistic approach on an extreme experience for the making of which the Icelandic director Baltasar Kormakur (2 Guns, 2013) did his best to make it follow the events in 1996, when eight people escalating the Everest died in a snowstorm. The movie isn't just brilliant in terms of the visual, it is also star-studded, having names such as Jake Gyllenhaal, Keira Knightley, and Robin Wright on the top of the list. The film will be available in cinemas in two weeks' time.



Take a look at a one-minute clip to see the atmosphere in the movie:




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7 Sep 2015
Patriotism, Passion, and Play in Pawn Sacrifice
The so-called "Match of the Century" was an extraordinary chess competition held in Iceland between the chess grand-master Boris Spassky Liev Schreiber, who needed to maintain the quarter of a century Soviet domination of the World Chess Championship, and the chess prodigy Bobby Fischer Tobey Maguire, who had to fight with his own paranoia during the championship. Directed by Edward Zwick (Love & Other Drugs, 2010), Pawn Sacrifice will be screened in cinemas beginning with September 16.



Check out a clip that shows Bobby Fischer's problem with conspiracy theories and patriotism:


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5 Sep 2015
Turkish Horror Defies Ghastly in Baskin
Baskin is director Can Evrenol's first feature film, a Turkish supernatural-horror movie in which a group of cops unsuspectingly bump into a satanical cult that dwells in the deep forest. Madness, violence, blood and beyond beastly images of men make Baskin a phenomenon to be observed, at least for catching a grip of the true story behind the terror. The movie will be screened this year at TIFF on September 11.



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31 Aug 2015
Folklore and Horror in The Witch
Directed by Robert Eggers, The Witch uses the tales of the New England folklore very present in the lives of the God-fearing people from 1630, to recreate a plot which leaves room only for horror. Eggers made his debut in a film that shows the decay of a family leaving at the edge of a possible damned forest, with no one else other than themselves to turn to. Starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Ineson, the movie will have its theatrical debut next year, after it will first be screened at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.



Take a look at the unnerving trailer:




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31 Aug 2015
Listening to Somebody Else's Mind Can Turn Deadly
Director and writer Khalil Sullins comes with a bold vision concerning the aspects of human brain and its vulnerability of being easily influenced in his first feature film, Listening, coming September 11. Thomas Stroppel, Artie Ahr (Immigrant, 2013), Amber Marie Bollinger (The Activist, 2014), and Christine Haeberman (The Caterpillar's Kimono, 2013) are all young students that conduct an experiment which will irrevocably change their lives.



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14 Aug 2015
The Hunt For Communists and Personal Life in Trumbo
Daniel Trumbo, the screenwriter who will later win an Oscar, was persecuted during the '40's by the American authorities for his unwillingness to cooperate against the communist activity that came across governmental interests. In the movie, Trumbo is played by Bryan Cranston (Godzilla, 2014), while Elle Fanning plays his sister, Nikola Trumbo. Other names in the cast include that of Helen Mirren and Diane Lane. The movie, directed by Jay Roach (The Campaign, 2012), will be available in theaters in November.



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13 Aug 2015
James Dean's Biopic is Called "Life"
The iconic James Dean, whose successful life ended when he was just 24, is now portrayed in the movie Life (I) by actor Dane DeHaan, known for movies such as The Amazing Spider-Man 2, 2014, and Lincoln , 2012. The movie follows the photographer-model relationship that forms between Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) and James Dean, who was a rising star among Hollywood actors. The movie, directed by Anton Corbijn
(A Most Wanted Man, 2014), will be out in theaters by the end of the year.



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10 Aug 2015
A Polar Bear Defies the Norm in Order To Save His World
A polar bear named Norm (Rob Schneider- voice) and his three friends visit New York in a trial to convince people not to move to the North Pole and thus to destroy the environment. But little he knows about the new puppet role he assumes working for a company that exploits him and works against his initial cause. His adventures will show him many aspects of reality he knew nothing about. In the movie there are also the voices of Heather Graham, Bill Nighy, and Ken Jeong. The Trevor Wall-directed film will be out January 15 next year.



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7 Aug 2015
Vin Diesel Becomes an Immortal Witch Hunter
In a modern world were people are unaware of the existence of witches, a brave and immortal witch hunter names Kaulder (Vin Diesel) keeps them far away from destroying the human race. Directed by Breck Eisner (Sahara, 2005, and The Crazies , 2010), the movie will hit cinemas on October 23, perfectly on time to prepare everyone for Halloween.



Here's an interview in which Diesel answers some fan questions:


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5 Aug 2015
Thawing Something You Found in The Sea Can Turn Deadly
A new old school horror movie comes from director and writer Alec Gillis, for whom Harbinger Down is his first feature film. Lance Henriksen is Graff, the captain of the fishing ship where terror will soon come out in the form of killing mutant insects, Camille Balsamo is Sadie, and Matt Winston (Wish I Was Here , 2014) is Stephen. Students board on captain Graff's ship for an experiment, but they find something in the sea that goes beyond anything they expected. The movie will be available in cinemas in two days.



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4 Aug 2015
The Disturbance of Falling Out of Love
Falling out of love comes brutally and unexpected for two young lovers, Mel Clark (Taissa Farmiga) and Dan Mercer (Ben Rosenfield) that have been together for six years. Written and directed by Hannah Fidell (A Teacher, 2013), the romance-drama movie includes in its cast other names such as Joshua Leonard (If I Stay, 2014) and Lindsay Burdge. The film will be out in theaters on August 18.



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31 Jul 2015
"Mommy" Comes Back Home as Someone Else
Freudian fears of the childhood come together in this magnificent thriller that searches to disclosure the true identity of a mother that seems to have become "someone else". Elias (Elias Schwarz) and Lucas (Lucas Schwarz) are the twins that live with their mother (Susanne Wuest) somewhere in the countryside, with no one else beside them. When the mother returns home after a cosmetic surgical intervention with her face covered in bandages, the brothers suddenly see bizarre changes in her behavior which lead them to believe she is actually someone else. The movie will be out August 14.



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