11 items from 2017
A new English-language trailer has arrived online for the upcoming horror Inside, a remake of the French shocker À l’intérieur. Directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas, the film stars Rachel Nichols and Laura Harring; check it out below…
Pregnant and depressed, a young widow tries to rebuild her life following the fateful car accident where she lost her husband and partially lost her hearing. Now, about to go into labor, she’s living in a remote house in the suburbs when, one Christmas night, she receives an unexpected visit from another woman with a devastating objective: to rip the child she’s carrying from inside her. But a mother’s fury when it comes to protecting her child should never be underestimated. Rachel Nichols and Laura Harring play the two main roles in this brutal and bloody hand-to-hand combat.” »
- Gary Collinson
With screenplay by Jaume Balagueró ([Rec]) and director Miguel Ángel Vivas’ usual collaborator Manu Díez, the Inside remake stars Rachel Nichols (The Loop, Tokarev, Fantastic Four) and Laura Harring (Mulholland Drive, Inland Empire, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Punisher), who are both featured in these new images. The film is set to premiere at the upcoming FrightFest in London, although Bloody reader Fabien […] »
- Brad Miska
Twin Peaks Recap is a weekly column by Keith Uhlich covering David Lynch and Mark Frost's limited, 18-episode continuation of the Twin Peaks television series.It's worth quoting the latest (perhaps the last?) gnomic pronouncements from Margaret "The Log Lady" Lanterman (the late Catherine E. Coulson), speaking via phone to Deputy Sheriff Tommy "Hawk" Hill (Michael Horse), in full: "Hawk—electricity is humming. You hear it in the mountains and rivers. You see it dance among the seas and stars. And glowing around the moon. But in these days, the glow is dying. What will be in the darkness that remains? The Truman brothers are both true men. They are your brothers. And the others, the good ones, who have been with you. Now the circle is almost complete. Watch and listen to the dream of time and space. It all comes out now, flowing like a river. That which is and is not. »
With screenplay by Jaume Balagueró ([Rec]) and director Miguel Ángel Vivas’ usual collaborator Manu Díez, the Inside remake stars Rachel Nichols (The Loop, Tokarev, Fantastic Four) and Laura Harring (Mulholland Drive, Inland Empire, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Punisher), who are both featured in these new images. The film is set to premiere […] »
- Brad Miska
Re-released to coincide with the new Twin Peaks series, it’s apt that Mulholland Drive was originally conceived as a TV pilot. Perhaps it’s for the best it ended up in (relatively) short form. The film, weighing in at 2.5 hours, is an epic mind-bender on its own terms, and there’s barely a wasted frame.
It begins with a car accident on Mulholland Drive. A woman, who will become known as Rita (Laura Harring), survives with a knock to the head. She stumbles away and hides in an empty house. The house belongs to Aunt Ruth, whose niece Betty (Naomi Watts) arrives the next day. She’s come to L.A. with the dream of an acting career. Rita and Betty become friends. But Rita can’t remember anything – not even her real name »
- Rupert Harvey
Recently voted as the best film of the 21st Century in a BBC Culture poll, David Lynch’s neo-noir classic Mulholland Drive (2001) is being re-released on Blu-ray and DVD 22nd May 2017, with a brand new director-approved restoration. To celebrate we have 3 copies on Blu-ray to giveaway.
Beautiful, bizarre and strangely addictive, the film begins as a botched hit results in the meeting of brunette amnesiac Rita (Laura Harring) and blonde would-be Hollywood actress Betty (Naomi Watts). Taking the viewer on a memorable neo-noir trip through Hollywood’s dark underbelly, Lynch dispenses with a conventional narrative in favour of a hallucinogenic assault on the senses that will stay with you long after the credits roll.
With Twin Peaks making a return this year, now is a good time to immerse yourself in the past works of Lynch and there is no better place to start than this masterpiece of cinema.
- Roobla Team
You can’t go wrong with The Criterion Collection’s edition of David Lynch‘s Mulholland Dr., but if you want to see a newly restored edition, you’ll have to head the U.K. this spring. Ahead of Twin Peaks arriving in May, Studiocanal will be re-releasing the 21st century’s greatest film (at least according to critics) in theaters and they’ve debuted a new trailer.
This new preview is a perfectly dreamy, unsettling look at Lynch’s masterful creation, highlighting some of the film’s most iconic elements as the tone transitions from one of hope to utter darkness. We imagine this new restoration will eventually hit the in the U.S., but in the meantime, check out the trailer and poster below and explore how the film manipulated our expectations here.
Beautiful, bizarre and strangely addictive, the film begins as a botched hit which results in »
- Leonard Pearce
StudioCanal UK has released the brand new (and shiny) trailer for the restoration of David Lynch’s “Mulholland Drive.” Last August, the BBC conducted a poll of more than 177 film critics around the world to determine which were the best films of the 21st century, and Lynch’s iconic 2001 film topped the list. Now, 16 years after its premiere, the mystery/thriller has gotten a 4K restoration under the supervision of Lynch himself, and it’s ready to hit UK theaters.
Read More: David Lynch Revisited: Why We Need His Genius Now More Than Ever — Critics Debate
The surrealistic film follows a woman (Laura Harring) who becomes amnesic after a car accident on Los Angeles’ Mulholland Drive and an aspiring actress (Naomi Watts). The two embark on a search for clues throughout the city, where dreams and reality intertwine.
- Yoselin Acevedo
The new season of “Twin Peaks” awaits, and many David Lynch fans might be diving into the director’s back catalog to prepare. But devotees in the U.K. are getting an extra treat as a new, 4K restoration of “Mulholland Drive” is hitting the big screen.
The director’s 2001 masterpiece starring Naomi Watts, Justin Theroux, and Laura Harring is a haunting, nightmarish journey into the dark side of Los Angeles, with Lynch at the height of his storytelling powers.
- Kevin Jagernauth
Author: Jon Lyus
While the two worlds chant out the names of David Lynch and Twin Peaks in heady expectation of the cult series’ revival we’re also diving deep into the murky waters of pure Lynchian nightmare fuel. Last year Lynch’s 2001 masterpiece Mulholland Drive was voted the greatest film of the 21st Century, and with good reason. In anticipation of the beautiful new 4K restoration of the film hitting UK cinemas on the 14th of April we’re proud to debut the new trailer today.
Mulholland Drive is a timeless classic. Conceived as a TV series by David Lynch the film is the perfect millennial enigma. Elements of fragmented identity, worlds shrinking and expanding under a spotlight, the pull and clasp of fame – these are all in the mix here. As we have become ever so much more used to »
- Jon Lyus
The movie, previously titled “The Loner,” premiered at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival. It’s a neo-noir thriller set in opium underworld of the Tehrangeles section of Los Angeles, which serves at the center for former Iranian nationals and their descendants.
After two decades under a ruthless Iranian mobster, played by Sayyad, Safai’s character leaves the underworld to follow his American Dream of becoming a “real estate man” but after a chance encounter involving a high-stakes poker game, he is brought back into the life he left behind and accused of stealing from his former boss. »
- Dave McNary
11 items from 2017
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