Kino Lorber virtual theatrical exhibition initiative Kino Marquee expands with Brazilian thriller Bacurau ‘release’

Kino Lorber’s virtual theatrical exhibition initiative “Kino Marquee” has expanded to include 150 arthouse theaters set to screen the Cannes-winning Brazilian thriller Bacurau. Alamo Drafthouse and Laemmle Theaters have signed on to screen Bacurau through many of their locations. A virtual Q&A with filmmakers and cast hosted by BAM will also be available on Wednesday, …
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Win one of three copies of David Lynch and Werner Herzog’s psychological thriller My Son, My Son What Have Ye Done on DVD

This week saw the release of the psychological thriller My Son, My Son What Have Ye Done, featuring the first-ever collaboration between legendary filmmakers David Lynch and Werner Herzog, and a top-notch cast, including Academy Award Nominees Michael Shannon, Chloë Sevigny and Willem Dafoe. In celebration of the release, FilmFetish is giving away three copies …
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Werner Herzog and David Lynch collaborate on a psychological thriller – and we have photos

Absurda, Industrial Entertainment and First Look Studios present My Son, My Son What Have Ye Done, the first collaboration between legendary filmmakers David Lynch and Werner Herzog. Academy Award Nominees Michael Shannon, Chloë Sevigny, and Willem Dafoe headline this psychological thriller, written and directed by Herzog, produced by Lynch, and featuring Grace Zabriskie, Udo Kier …
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Holly DVD review

Shot on location in Cambodia, including many scenes in actual brothels in the notorious red light district of Phnom Penh, Holly succeeds in its efforts to stir sufficient emotion to make the viewer ask questions about the inhuman, and sometime brutal world of sex-trafficking. The issue has become a hot topic in the past few …
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Rob Zombie’s new Halloween trailer online

Rob Zombie (Devil’s Rejects) directs a remake of the classic horror film Halloween. Not sure what to expect, but with Zombie at the helm, I know we’re in for some ride for sure. The story remains the same. After murdering his older sister, Michael Myers is committed for 15 years to a mental institution. Now …
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