3 items from 2010
Shock horror! Japanese director Takashi Shimizu's ('Ju-on', 'The Grudge') horror-thriller 'The Shock Labyrinth 3D' is finally arriving on DVD here in the UK! It hit Japanese screens over a year ago but UK distributors Artificial Eye have scored the rights and are eyeing a January 24 release date. Yuya Yagira, Ai Maeda, Suzuki Matsuo, Shoichiro Masumoto, Ryo Katsuji, Misako Renbutsu and Erina Mizuno all star and the DVD itself will come in both 2D and 3D versions along with 2 pairs of (potentially cheap and useless) 3D glasses. 'Shock Labyrinth follows a group of teenagers dealing with the disappearance of one of them, Yuki, at an amusement park s ghost house. On a rainy day 10 years later, Yuki inexplicably returns. However, no sooner is she united with her former friends than she collapses, and the group rushes Yuki to a nearby hospital. But after checking in, they »
Along with the list of films playing in-competition, the Venice Film Festival has announced which films are playing out-of-competition this year. The movies include Ben Affleck’s The Town, Casey Affleck’s Joaquin Phoenix documentary I’m Still Here, Martin Scorsese’s Elia Kazan documentary A Letter to Elia, John Turturro’s Passione, Julie Taymor’s The Tempest as the closing night film, and Robert Rodriguez’ Machete as the opening night film. It’s an eclectic bunch of flicks and they’re just a small sampling of the movies playing out-of-competition. Hit the jump to check out the full list.
The 67th Venice Film Festival will run from September 1 – 11th.
Casey Affleck – I’M Still Here
USA, 108′ (documentary)
Marco Bellocchio – Sorelle Mai
- Matt Goldberg
Shochiku has released a new full trailer for Surely Someday, the directorial debut of 27-year-old actor Shun Oguri. The script was written by Shogo Muto (Crows Zero) with some input from Oguri based on some of his own high school experiences.
Plot: Drawing influence from the street musicians of Miyagi, high school students Takumi (Keisuke Koide), Kyohei (Ryo Katsuji), Shuuto (Go Ayano), Kazuo (Ryohei Suzuki), and Yuuki (Tsuyoshi Muro) form a band and spend all their free time practicing for their school’s upcoming festival. However, when the festival is abruptly canceled, they come up a dimwitted strategy to fake a bomb threat to force the principal to change his mind. Surprisingly, their plan seems to work at first, but when a real bomb goes off, the group are forced to take responsibility for the explosion and are kicked out of school. Three years later, further details of the incident »
3 items from 2010
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