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Finding the Fab Four by Anne-Katrin Titze

17 September 2016 5:35 PM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Paul Shaffer in the spotlight on the Beatles: "I was so enthralled with Jackie Wilson already and The Four Seasons that this was a new sound, brand new." Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

I must confess, before I go on with this feature, that when I was 12, my girlfriends were obsessed with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, and George Harrison, so much so that when they played Beatles, I was Yoko Ono.

Paul Shaffer and the Rock and Roll Forever Foundation founder and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band member, Steven Van Zandt, hosted the rock 'n' roll New York premiere of Ron Howard's The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years, written by Mark Monroe. Whoopi Goldberg, Julie Taymor, Paul Rudd, Bobby Cannavale, Bob Gruen, Vincent Pastore, Max Weinberg, Tony Sirico, Maureen Van Zandt, and many other guests attended.

Favorite Beatle for Alessandro Nivola: "My »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Eddie Redmayne Joins ‘The Last Days of Night,’ ‘Mary Magdalene’ Adds Tahar Rahim, and More

27 July 2016 10:13 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

With a notch on his wizarding wand now complete, the Oscar-winning Eddie Redmayne is now gearing up to star in Morten Tyldum‘s adaptation of the historical thriller The Last Days of Night. According to Deadline, it concerns the battle between the mammoths of the industrial era Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse as they try to quite literally electrify America. Despite this premise, Redmayne will play neither of the two titans, instead starring as Paul Cravath, a now-famed lawyer that made the dispute his first career-making case. The script is penned by The Imitation Game scribe Graham Moore, which marks a re-team between director, writer, and production company Black Bear Pictures. 

This production has a funny case of meta-reality, as the Weinstein Company are also suiting up to make a Edison v. Westinghouse pic that stars Benedict Cumberbatch and potentially Jake Gyllenhaal. This is not the first time in recent »

- Mike Mazzanti

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‘Neon Demon’s’ Alessandro Nivola Joins Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘You Were Never Really Here’

25 July 2016 11:16 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Alessandro Nivola is set to join Joaquin Phoenix in Lynne Ramsay’s “You Were Never Really Here.” He has also nabbed a co-starring role opposite Juno Temple in Liz Garcia’s “One Percent More Humid.”

Based on the Jonathan Ames novel, the story follows Albert Votto (Nivola), a New York politician who finds himself at the center of a sinister web of organized crime. Ramsay will write and direct the film, which Amazon Studios is financing and distributing, and Page 114 is producing.

Nivola plays Gerald McCann in “One Percent More Humid,” a literature professor who has an affair with a grieving student (Temple). Julia Garner and Olivia Luccardi are also set to star.

Garcia is writing and directing, as well as producing, along with Joshua Harto.

Nivola was recently nominated for a Tony Award for his performance opposite Bradley Cooper in “The Elephant Man” on Broadway. Upcoming films include Barry Levinson »

- Justin Kroll

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‘The Neon Demon’ Review: “A Beautiful Nightmare”

10 July 2016 4:23 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Nicolas Winding Refn returns with The Neon Demon, his most beautiful film to date. The Neon Demon review

The Neon Demon is the latest feature film to be directed by Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn. The director has made a name for both himself and actor Ryan Gosling with previous films Drive and Only God Forgives. This time he’s working without Gosling, instead switching to a female lead in the form of Elle Fanning. Our story tells of young girl Jessie (Fanning) as she arrives in Los Angeles aspiring to be a model. An instant success, she soon has to deal with the envy and dark desires of those around her. The film screened at Cannes earlier this year and was received with a bizarre mixture of boos and cheers. The Neon Demon it seems is a true marmite movie, you either love it or hate it. So where does Thn sit? »

- Kat Hughes

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Movie Review – The Neon Demon (2016)

7 July 2016 3:08 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Neon Demon, 2016.

Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn.

Starring Elle Fanning, Jena Malone, Bella Heathcote, Abbey Lee, Karl Glusman, Alessandro Nivola, Christina Hendricks, Desmond Harrington and Keanu Reeves.


When aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has.

Style over substance – the go-to phrase poured over Nicolas Winding Refn’s most recent works as the director showcased his grandiose artistic endeavours while perhaps never giving his written work quite so much love and affection. With The Neon Demon however those fears can be laid to rest, as this is his richest and most compelling work since Bronson. From the mesmerising opening moments, as colours twinkle and cascade across the credits, you are summoned into his new whirlwind of lucid images and blushing textures that hypnotises you and never let’s go, »

- Scott J. Davis

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Jurassic Park 4: the versions that never were

27 June 2016 5:15 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »




Since life finds a way, Jurassic Park 4 was eventually made under the title Jurassic World. But many ideas floated around beforehand...

Although Jurassic Park III made less money than The Lost World: Jurassic Park - which itself had made less money than the original Jurassic Park - there was never much doubt that Universal wanted another dino-stuffed movie from Steven Spielberg's Michael Crichton-inspired film franchise. The problem was working out exactly how to do this, after the sequels had failed to live up to the financial success and audience adoration of the first film.

Eventually, we got the box office-smashing Jurassic World and Chris Pratt in a natty waistcoat. But before that, tonnes of ideas came and went as Universal attempted to nail down the best way to resurrect the series without the help of ancient mosquituoes...

Early ideas stage

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Film Review: Beauty Becomes Beastly in Uneven ‘The Neon Demon’

26 June 2016 5:56 PM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – “The Neon Demon” is definitely worth seeing, if only to create an understanding as to what you think beauty is, but the film suffers in its last quarter by taking a turn towards horror. This mix of decisions by director Nicolas Winding Refn (“Drive”) is audacious and maddening.

Rating: 3.0/5.0

Elle Fanning is the lead actor, a young girl running away to Los Angeles to become “famous” in the world of modeling. As Refn in an interview with HollywoodChicago.com described it, “an archetype.” Her wide-eyed innocence, in the midst of the competitive bitch-ery, is the highlight of the film. I also liked that she never really was confident with her fast rise, and the palpable embarrassment of her youthful naiveté among women in bra/panties who have to walk in front of people is starkly realized. Refn is definitely on to something, until for some creative reason he decides »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Nicolas Winding Refn would like to direct a Batgirl movie

26 June 2016 1:05 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It looks like Nicolas Winding Refn is keen to go from female-led horror to female-led superheroes, with The Neon Demon director revealing to Business Insider that he’d like to direct a Batgirl movie.

“God, I would love to make [a superhero movie], it would probably be great fun,” said Refn. “I just don’t know when it’s going to happen. I very much enjoy my freedom, creatively, but I also would love to make one of those big Hollywood films that costs a lot of money and has a lot of people running around with cell phones and all that insanity. What ones are left? You know the one I want to do? I want to make Batgirl. Let’s get Warner working on it.”

Would you like to see Nicolas Winding Refn directing a Batgirl movie as part of the DC Extended Universe? Let us know in the comments below… »

- Gary Collinson

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Review: 'The Neon Demon' offers sleek and sexy scares with a satirical twist

23 June 2016 6:45 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

There are, in every generation of filmmakers, certain archetypes that repeat themselves over and over. For example, every generation has its playful prankster, the talented visual artists who are delighted by their own ability to take beautiful pictures of horrible things. I’ll be the first to admit that I am drawn to filmmakers who use cinema as a way of pushing buttons, and I am a fan of the outrageous and the extreme. When I saw De Palma, the new documentary about Brian De Palma and his filmography, it sent me scrambling to watch a number of his older films again. They are so familiar at this point, so well-worn, that it surprised me to see how new they still feel when I took a step back. The next day, I went to a screening of the latest film from Nicolas Winding Refn, and the back-to-back timing of the two films made me laugh. »

- Drew McWeeny

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‘Horror Chase’ clip from Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon

23 June 2016 12:08 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Coinciding with its Us release tomorrow, a new clip has arrived online from writer-director Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon, entitled ‘Horror Chase’; watch it below…

See Also: Read our review of The Neon Demon here

The Neon Demon sees Elle Fanning (Maleficent) as an “aspiring model who moves to Los Angeles, where her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has.”

The Neon Demon will be released in the States on June 24th and on July 8th in the UK , and sees Fanning joined in the cast by Jena Malone (Inherent Vice), Bella Heathcote (Dark Shadows), Desmond Harrington (Wrong Turn), Alessandro Nivola (Selma), Christina Hendricks (Drive), Abbey Lee (Mad Max: Fury Road) and Keanu Reeves (John Wick).

Via Joblo »

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Interview: Elle Fanning, Nicolas Winding Refn on ‘The Neon Demon’

22 June 2016 8:14 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – The contemplation of beauty gets a little more truth in a new film by Nicolas Winding Refn (“Drive”) entitled “The Neon Demon.” It features Elle Fanning as Jesse, a naive girl who wants to break into the world of modeling, and does so in an unexpected way. The symbolic film has both strange drama and touches of horror.

Director Nicholas Winding Refn has been a known cinema force since his breakthrough with “Drive” in 2011. The Danish born filmmaker began his career in his native Denmark with the film (and subsequent trilogy) “Pusher” (1996). He built his reputation film-by-film, as the John Turturro starring “Fear X” (2003) next got him noticed. The Sundance Film Festival gave praise to “Bronson” (2008), nominating the film for the Grand Jury Prize. The breakthrough film “Drive” came three years later, and garnered two Oscar nominations. “The Neon Demon” is Refn’s tenth feature film.

Elle Fanning and »

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“The Neon Demon” is the next stylish effort from Nicolas Winding Refn

22 June 2016 6:39 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

I still remember when I first saw Drive, Nicolas Winding Refn’s masterpiece of an action drama. It was such a wonderfully stylized and confident film, it just blew me away. Refn had never done that before, so he was officially a filmmaker I needed to see keep up this new lease on cinematic life, as it were. This week, he unleashes The Neon Demon on the world, a stylish effort that has divided audiences since its debut at the Cannes Film Festival. I fall somewhere right in the middle on it, but it’s well worth discussing, that’s for sure, so that’s what we’ll be doing today. The movie is kind of a horror flick, but at the same time a satire/thriller/all of the above sort of endeavor. Jesse (Elle Fanning) is the next big thing in the Los Angeles modeling world, lusted after by both men and women, »

- Joey Magidson

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The Neon Demon Review

20 June 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

My, what a treat it’d be to spend even five nanoseconds in the mind of Nicolas Winding Refn. Neon strobes, vile torture, cannibalistic corpse-kissing nymphos – Refn’s style blends sinister sleaze with posh, club-centric pop artistry that glows a vibrant, sadistic hue. We all knew The Neon Demon would submerge Los Angeles’ modeling scene in a dead-sexy taste of dog-eat-dog warfare, but with such little storytelling? Even for Refn? Don’t get me wrong, he’s the master of style over substance – and that’s coming from an Only God Forgives apologist – yet his latest piece of work comes off as egotistically narrow-minded.

If you need to be reminded how important that whole “substance” thing is, here’s a perfect example.

Elle Fanning stars as Refn’s muse, a not-quite-legal midwestern beauty with dreams of becoming runway model royalty. As soon as she arrives in town, Fanning’s supple »

- Matt Donato

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The Neon Demon Movie Review

20 June 2016 4:50 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

The Neon Demon Amazon Studios & Broad Green Pictures Reviewed by: Tami Smith, Guest Reviewer for Shockya Grade: B- Director: Nicolas Winding Refn Written by: Nicolas Winding Refn, Mary Laws, Polly Stenham Cast: Elle Fanning, Jena Malone, Desmond Harrington, Alessandro Nivola, Bella Heathcote, Karl Glusman, Keanu Reeves Release Date: June 24th, 2016 When sixteen-year old pretty Jesse (Elle Fanning) arrives in Los Angeles her aim is to break into the fashion industry. Little does she know that in this “dog-eat-dog” world a model is “finished” by the time she turns twenty-one. The competition is fierce but Jesse manages to charm many including: Dean (Karl Glusman), her new best friend and  [ Read More ]

The post The Neon Demon Movie Review appeared first on Shockya.com. »

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Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon gets a new TV spot

18 June 2016 6:20 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With less than a week to go until its U.S. release, a new TV spot has debuted for Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon, entitled ‘Carve’; watch it below…

See Also: Read our review of The Neon Demon here

The Neon Demon sees Elle Fanning (Maleficent) as an “aspiring model who moves to Los Angeles, where her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has.”

The Neon Demon will be released in the States on June 24th and on July 8th in the UK , and sees Fanning joined in the cast by Jena Malone (Inherent Vice), Bella Heathcote (Dark Shadows), Desmond Harrington (Wrong Turn), Alessandro Nivola (Selma), Christina Hendricks (Drive), Abbey Lee (Mad Max: Fury Road) and Keanu Reeves (John Wick).


- Amie Cranswick

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Horror Highlights: Idle Hands Shirt & Sticker, The Twilight Zone Sdcc 2016 Figures, The Neon Demon Poster

17 June 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Kick evil’s butt with this Idle Hands shirt and sticker from Cavity Colors. You know the drill, these items are limited and are available for only 72 hours. Also in today’s Horror Highlights: even more Sdcc 2016 The Twilight Zone figures from Bif Bang Pow! and Entertainment Earth, and a new poster for Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon.

Images and Release Details for Cavity Colors’ Idle Hands Shirt and Sticker: From Cavity Colors: “Idle hands are the devils playground…

Available For 72 Hours Only!

Also available on: Girls Shirts / Tank Tops / Baseball Tees

Quantities / sizes are limited, so don’t miss out!

Style: Unisex T-shirt- click size chart below for measurements.

Printed on our ultra soft Black 100% cotton T-shirts.

Includes printed size tag / logo

Art By: Devon Whitehead

Shipping: Pre-order – Ships In Late June / Early July.

$ 25.00

Sticker: Limited Edition Of Only 125 Stickers.

Style: High quality Die-Cut vinyl sticker.

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- Tamika Jones

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The Neon Demon or Another Reason to Hate Top Models and Danish-Born Directors

14 June 2016 6:46 PM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

The Danish-born director, Nicolas Winding Refn, has helmed a few popular movies such as Drive (2011), Bronson (2008), and the Pusher trilogy. This success has been only slightly marred by a handful of far-less-favored works including Fear X (2003) and Only God Forgives (2013) starring Ryan Gosling.

Ironically, that latter disaster supplied grist for one of the best scenes in the documentary, My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, which was helmed by Refn's wife, the talented but put-upon Liz Corfixen. Near the end of her engaging feature on her self-absorbed spouse, Refn, lying on his bed after the Cannes opening of Only God Forgives, mutters, "Why do critics have to be so cruel?" Then he reads aloud off his cell phone this Hollywood Elsewhere critique by Jeffrey Wells:

"Movies really don't get much worse... It's a shit macho fantasy -- hyperviolent, ethically repulsive, sad, nonsensical, deathly dull, snail-paced, idiotic, possibly woman-hating, visually suffocating, pretentious... [T]his is a defecation by an over-praised, over-indulged director who thinks anything he craps out is worthy of your time. I felt violated, shat upon, sedated, narcotized, appalled and bored stiff."

What I found so fascinating here, besides Refn's reaction to such verbiage ("That's how you know when you made great cinema. When half love and half hate it."), was that Mr. Wells will be able to reuse his review word for word for The Neon Demon.

This tale focuses upon a sixteen-year-old virgin, Jesse (Elle Fanning), who arrives in Los Angeles to begin a modeling career. Her first job is to lie on a couch with her neck supposedly slit and the fake blood streaming everywhere. The photographer is the young, kind-hearted Dean (Karl Glusman, who exposed his erection throughout Gaspar Noé's equally dull Love (2015)). The chap instantly falls in love with her.

Please don't ask why a nice guy would have a young woman pose with her body mutilated, other than it is a striking visual to open a film with. Anyway, Jesse has no time for love. Admitting herself talentless except for being pretty, she has only one item on her bucket list: to be a top model. Seemingly, she will succeed because when this young woman enters a room, everyone stares. Men. Women. Goats. Chimpanzees.

The very next day she's hired by a modeling agency. Twenty-four hours later she's posing for a top brooding photographer (Desmond Harrington), who after spotting her, has everyone leave the studio, orders Jesse to strip, then rubs metallic paint all over her body. Hopefully, it's not lead-based.

Soon every blonde model in L.A. with an Olive-Oyl physique hates her for stealing their jobs, and to top it off, the manager (Keanu Reeves) of the cruddy motel she's staying in is a rapist with a Lolita fixation. Uh-oh. Can there be more? Poorly directed party scenes, stray wildcats and eyeballs, cannibalism, a vile depiction of a horny lesbian, necrophilia in a mortuary, and a dastardly over-the-top performance by Alessandro Nivola as a shallow fashion designer just scrape the top layer of the slime that slithers about as The Neon Demon.

Mr. Refn has noted his goal was to make a satire about the modeling industry and America's facile addiction to externals. He also wanted to explore the 16-year-old girl that resides within himself. As if that weren't enough inspiration, he's spouted, "One morning I woke and realized I was both surrounded and dominated by women. Strangely, a sudden urge was planted in me to make a horror film about vicious beauty."

Now if Mr. Refn had an iota of wit (visual or otherwise) or if he respected women (his wife says he just wants her around as a housewife) or if his half-baked ideas spent ten more minutes in the oven, this offering could have been a gas. Paul Morrisey, John Waters, or even Greg Araki might have shaped this hodgepodge into a tongue-in-cheek funfest. But if Refn is aiming for intentional laughs, he fails. He seems to have been treading more into David Lynch territory but was swallowed up by the quicksand of his own dullardry. More Blue Polyester than Blue Velvet.

That Refn had no idea what he was creating with Demon was not a new occurrence for this vanquished auteur. He has said of a previous effort, "I've spent three years on this movie, and I don't really know what it's about." Then after the filming and the editing of Only God Forgives was completed, he observed to his wife," I wasted six months of our lives." Happily, for us, with his latest, our wasted time clocks in at one hour and 57 minutes. It just feels like six months.

(The Neon Demon, which had its world premiere at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival to several boos, opens in theaters on June 24th.) - Brandon Judell

Mr. Judell has written on film for The Village Voice, indieWire.com, the New York Daily News, Soho Style, and The Advocate, and is anthologized in Cynthia Fuchs's Spike Lee Interviews (University Press of Mississippi) and John Preston's A Member of the Family (Dutton). He is also a member of the performance/writing group FlashPoint.


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Win Passes to See The Neon Demon

14 June 2016 1:55 PM, PDT | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

Enter here for your chance to win passes to an advance screening of the new film from writer/director Nicolas Winding Refn, The Neon Demon, starring Elle Fanning, Jena Malone, Bella Heathcote, Abbey Lee, Karl Glusman, Christina Hendricks, and Keanu Reeves.

For your chance to receive two (2) complimentary passes to see the new film The Neon Demon at the Mjr Troy Theater in Troy, Michigan on Tuesday, June 21st at 7:00Pm, just look for the “Enter the Contest” box further down on this page. But hurry because the contest ends at 10:00pm on Sunday, June 19th!

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The Neon Demon: When aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will use any means necessary to get what she has in The Neon Demon, the new horror thriller from Nicolas Winding Refn. The Neon Demon stars Elle Fanning (Maleficent, Super 8), Jena Malone (Inherent Vice, The Hunger Games series), Bella Heathcote (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Dark Shadows), Abbey Lee (Gods of Egypt, Max Max: Fury Road), Karl Glusman (Love, Stonewall), Keanu Reeves (John Wick, The Matrix series), Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Drive), Desmond Harrington (Dexter, The Dark Knight Rises), Alessandro Nivola (A Most Violent Year, American Hustle), and Charles Baker (Breaking Bad, Wild). Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn (Bronson, Valhalla Rising, Drive, Only God Forgives). (Broad Green Pictures) This film has been rated R.

The Neon Demon opens in theaters on Friday, June 10, 2016!

For more information on The Neon Demon visit: Official Site

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"The Neon Demon" Red Band Trailer

14 June 2016 8:36 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

From RedBand.Ca take another look @ restricted 'red band' footage supporting "Neon Demon", the upcoming American-Danish horror thriller, directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, starring Elle Fanning:

"...'Jesse' (Fanning), an aspiring model, moves to Los Angeles, where she is recruited by a fashion mogul (Alessandro Nivola) as his muse.

"Upon entering the city's modeling industry, she finds her vitality and youth are devoured...

"...by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will use any means to get what she has..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Neon Demon"...


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Movie Review – The Neon Demon (2016)

7 June 2016 3:45 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Neon Demon, 2016.

Directed by Nicolas Winding-Refn.

Starring Elle Fanning, Jena Malone, Bella Heathcote, Desmond Harrington, Alessandro Nivola, Christina Hendricks, Abbey Lee and Keanu Reeves.


When aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will take any means necessary to get what she has.

In a hidey-hole of the cinematic universe lies a select group of filmmakers that dare to reimagine what it means to make movies and what it takes to watch them. Nicolas Winding Refn is such a filmmaker. His movies are like light beams from another world, and when casted against the silver screen, we see the cold, colorful inner space of his dreams and his visions. In Pusher, we saw the nightmarish reality of the Danish underworld, in Bronson we saw the livid, explosive personality of a man who could not exist outside of prison, »

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