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Vigilante Diaries: Anchor Bay Announces Theatrical, Digital And Home Video Dates

7 hours ago

Anchor Bay Entertainment will be releasing Christian Sesma's action flick Vigilante Diaries in cinemas and iTunes on June 24th. The release will be quickly followed up by the Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand release on July 5th. Based off the popular web series on Chill.com, the film features an all-star ensemble cast led by Paul Sloan (I Am Wrath, The Night Crew), Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (The A-Team, Ufc Light Heavyweight Champ), action icon Michael Jai White (The Dark Knight, Black Dynamite), Jason Mewes (Clerks, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back) and Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill).  The film is directed by Christian Sesma (Shoot the Hero) from a script written by Christian Sesma and Paul Sloan. Vigilante Diaries revolves around a team of black-ops...

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Seattle 2016 Preview: Twitch Picks 10 From A Mighty Program

15 hours ago

Seattleites are blessed with one of the world's largest and best attended film festivals and it's time to turn our attention to the PacNW. Yes it's Siff time again and although the festival officially kicked off last Thursday, don't you fret, because it runs until Sunday, June 12! Yes that's over three weeks and four weekends of films. Yikes! There are hundreds of the best films from the indie and international calendar on show at Siff and we've covered many in the past. But we've limited ourselves to a mere 10 (okay, 11) films from this year's festival to shout out. Are you headed to Siff? What are you excited for?...

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Refn Completes Horror Remake Trilogy With Giallo Film What Have You Done To Solange?

16 hours ago

With the confirmation of Maniac Cop moving forward and the addition of Witchfinder General Danish filmmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn has added the final piece to a trio of horror film remakes.   Deadline reports that Refn has added the 1972 Giallo flick What Have You Done To Solange? to his production slate and will set the tale in Los Angeles.    He will work with Solange's original producer Fulvio Lucisano who also released all of Refn's films in Italy. Lucisano also produced the 1965 film Planet of the Vampires which Refn screened a restoration of at Cannes this year. Much like Refn working with his UK distributor Rupert Preston on Witchfinder Refn is recognizing Lucisano's loyalty throughout his career. Loosely based on the Edgar Wallace...

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Out Now On Blu-ray: A Letter To Momo Looks Neat And Crisp

23 May 2016 2:00 AM, PDT

To say that we're fans of Okiura Hiroyuki is an understatement, to say we wish he'd make more films even more so. While his hands have been all over some of anime's best known classics, and his career includes working with Oshii Mamoru and the late, lamented Kon Satoshi, he himself has only directed two films so far: 1999's sublime Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade and the more recent (2011) A Letter To Momo. And while these films have both been released West of the Atlantic on Blu-ray, here in Europe we've had to wait a good deal longer to see these appear in English-friendly editions. Jin-roh could at least be gotten on DVD, but A Letter To Momo was conspicuously missing. Scottish distributor Anime Limited...

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Review: Pawan Kumar's U Turn Will Keep You Guessing Until The Last Minute

22 May 2016 7:00 PM, PDT

Indian director Pawan Kumar is one of the most interesting and uncomprimising talents in South Asia today. His last film, Lucia, was the first crowd funded feature to appear from India and its trippy story about the effects of a hallucinogenic drug on an insomniac projectionist was the kind of story that India has been grasping at for years but failing to reach. So much of Indian cinema, both mainstream and independent, seems locked into very well defined categories, but Kumar is willing to forgo big bucks in order to make the films he wants to make. His latest project, U-Turn, is exactly that, a film that constantly challenges and defies categorization in the service of telling its own story. U-Turn is the story of...

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