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'2001: A Space Odyssey' Gets a Gorgeous Trailer for UK Re-Release

1 hour ago | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

We're waiting patiently for the arrival of Interstellar, the latest film from director Christopher Nolan (Inception, The Dark Knight trilogy), and we can't wait to see the film's IMAX footage, which clocks in at over an hour. Nolan recently compared the film to Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, and audiences in the United Kingdom will get a chance to compare them perfectly on the big screen since the 1968 film is getting re-released in theaters. And to promote the film's return to the big screen, a gorgeous new trailer has arrived that will have you wanting to see this film again now. Watch it! Here's the trailer for the United Kingdom re-release of 2001: A Space Odyssey from BFI: 2001: A Space Odyssey is written and directed by the late iconic filmmaker Stanley Kubrick (The Shining, A Clockwork Orange, Dr. Strangelove, Lolita, Barry Lyndon, Eyes Wide Shut). Now the philosophically ambitious, »

- Ethan Anderton

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Watch: 'The Simpsons' Halloween Tribute To Stanley Kubrick Riffs On 'Eyes Wide Shut,' 'Full Metal Jacket,' 'Barry Lyndon' & '2001'

2 hours ago | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

For a show that has been around long enough to see some of its audience grow up, get a college degree and get married, we'll give credit where it's due: "The Simpsons" can still pull out a gem from time to time. For the show's 25th "Treehouse Of Horror" episode, the segment "A Clockwork Yellow" featured a pretty clever and extended riff on Stanley Kubrick's oeuvre. The story finds Moe leading a gang of droogs comprised of Homer, Carl and Lenny into an "Eyes Wide Shut"-like party, and from there "Full Metal Jacket," "Barry Lyndon," "2001: A Space Odyssey," and obviously "A Clockwork Orange" get playfully ribbed. It's executed with a clear affection for Kubrick's films. And of course, as long time fans know, "The Simpsons" previously played on Kubrick's "The Shining" with "The Shinning" from "Treehouse Of Horror V." Not to mention the number of nods to Kubrick. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Watch: 'The Simpsons' Goes Full Kubrick in Latest "Treehouse of Horror" Episode

12 hours ago | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

The Simpsons has paid tribute to Stanley Kubrick more than once in the past, and most famously in its "Treehouse of Horror" episode from way back in 1994 when the show sent its loveable family to become caretakers at Mr. Burns' mansion. Groundskeeper Willie discovered that Bart had the Shinning, Homer went crazy from no TV and no beer, and the rest was TV history. Now, 20years later, The Simpsons revisisted Kubrick for another "Treehouse of Horror," only this time they didn't limit themselves to just one of the director's movies. They created an entire segment called "A Clockwork Yellow" that transformed Homer, Moe, Lenny and Carl into the main gang from A Clockwork Orange and thrust them into a story that plays out like a...

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- Peter Hall

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Watch: 'The Simpons' Do Kubrick

17 hours ago | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

During last night's "Treehouse of Horror" episode of "The Simpsons" the long-running animated show yet again paid tribute to Stanley Kubrick, though this time they went all out. While I didn't seem to notice any references to Lolita, Fear and Desire or The Killing it's easy to spot references to Eyes Wide Shut and A Clockwork Orange as the main inspiration along with asides to Full Metal Jacket, Barry Lyndon and a great use of an iPhone standing in as the monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey as Homer goes ape. Give it a watch below. »

- Brad Brevet

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'Buffy’s' Nicholas Brendon apologizes for arrest, says he’s going to rehab

18 hours ago | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Buffy’s” Nicholas Brendon apologizes for arrest, says he’s going to rehab Brendon says in a Facebook post his arrest was the result of mixing prescription painkiller with alcohol. "The result was embarrassing and unacceptable,” he explains. "I intend to seek appropriate treatment and therapy for my medical ailments as well as my emotional demons.” “The Walking Dead” holds up in Week 2 with Peyton Manning as a competition About 15.143 million watched last night’s episode. Henry Rollins goes from History channel to “He Never Died” horror-comedy miniseries The punk rocker, who currently host H2’s “10 Things  You Didn’t Know About,” has singed on to star in a miniseries based on the 2014 film “He Never Died,” which he also stars in. Click Read Full Post For More DirecTV’s “Full Circle” Season 2 cast includes Calista Flockhart, Eric McCormack, Kate Burton, Terry O’Quinn Also joining Season 2 are Chris Bauer, »

- Norman Weiss

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‘Treehouse of Horror’ Unites Modern-Day Simpsons With Their 1980s Counterparts

19 October 2014 8:39 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

“The Simpsons” is a venerable television institution, and one of its most beloved franchises turned 25 this year. “Treehouse of Horror Xxv” featured a nod to “A Clockwork Orange,” a trip to hell and a fun look back at how America's favorite family began. It was another strong installment with a memorable mashup across time in what has already been a strong season for Fox's long-running animated comedy. “The Simpsons” kicked off the season with the highly-anticipated death of a minor character, while Springfield and all of its denizens appeared in the premiere crossover event of the year on “Family »

- Jason Hughes

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The Definitive Scary Scenes from Non-Horror Movies: 30-21

17 October 2014 6:01 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

30. No Country for Old Men (2007)

Scene: Coin Flip

Video: http://youtu.be/0iAezyDzj0M

There was a brief period of time from 2006-2009 when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences made some more daring, but wholly deserved choices for Best Picture. It began in 2006, when Martin Scorsese finally won for The Departed which, while not his best and not nearly as dark as, say, Taxi Driver or Raging Bull, still leaned that direction. Three years later, they handed the Oscar to The Hurt Locker over the blockbuster Avatar, rewarding quality over audience love. But in between the two it was given to No Country for Old Men, an incredibly dark neo-Western based on the Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name. It’s still one of the Coen Brothers’ best films, an incredible cat-and-mouse journey through West Texas in the 1980′s. The film stars Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones, »

- Joshua Gaul

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The Noteworthy: Bill Morrison at MoMA, Cinema Technique, Viff by Bordwell & Thompson

15 October 2014 5:12 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Edited by Adam Cook

Above: if you are fortunate enough to be in the vicinity of MoMA between now and November 21st, you may want to consider visiting their Bill Morrison exhibition. David Ehrlich of The Playlist interviews Mia Hansen-Løve about her new film Eden, as well as her next project.  In a web exclusive piece for Sight & Sound, Michael Pattison writes on experimental films from the London Film Festival and 25Fps in Zagreb:

"All art is by its very nature experimental. In the face of an increasingly standardised narrative cinema, one defining feature of the experimental mode might be miscellany. Festival programmes celebrating ‘experimental cinema’ subsequently accommodate everything from the impenetrably personal to the familiarly abstract.

More than most, when housed together, such works demand an omnivorously receptive sensibility: preferences are fine, but one’s sustained appreciation of this genre seemingly depends upon how long one is able to keep an open mind. »

- Notebook

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles review: A shell-shocking cowa-blunder

13 October 2014 1:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Director: Jonathan Liebesman; Screenwriters: Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Evan Daugherty; Starring: Megan Fox, Will Arnett, William Fichtner, Whoopi Goldberg; Running time: 101 mins; Certificate: 12A

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is vastly superior to any of its producer Michael Bay's Transformers movies. But that's like saying having the latest U2 album automatically downloaded onto your iTunes without consent is preferable to Bono kicking down your front door, strapping you into a straight jacket and forcing you to listen to his band's latest offering while slapping you around the face with The Edge's beanie hat every time you nod off.

There's little to keep one awake during this latest effort to transform those pizza-loving turtles into big screen icons, as this uninspired production is clearly led by marketing imperatives rather than storytelling ones. It should have been renamed Tmnt: The Secret of the Snooze.

At least moments of outrage form some kind of engagement, »

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Which is the greatest British film in history? No one seems to be in agreement

11 October 2014 5:32 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Best British movies of all time? (Image: a young Michael Caine in 'Get Carter') Ten years ago, Get Carter, starring Michael Caine as a dangerous-looking London gangster (see photo above), was selected as the United Kingdom's very best movie of all time according to 25 British film critics polled by Total Film magazine. To say that Mike Hodges' 1971 thriller was a surprising choice would be an understatement. I mean, not a David Lean epic or an early Alfred Hitchcock thriller? What a difference ten years make. On Total Film's 2014 list, published last May, Get Carter was no. 44 among the magazine's Top 50 best British movies of all time. How could that be? Well, first of all, people would be very naive if they took such lists seriously, whether we're talking Total Film, the British Film Institute, or, to keep things British, Sight & Sound magazine. Second, whereas Total Film's 2004 list was the result of a 25-critic consensus, »

- Andre Soares

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Breaking the Fourth Wall: A Supercut

6 October 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

A lot of people see cinema as a way to capture reality. Quite frankly, I do not see it that way. It is an artificial medium, and everyone watching knows it. The capturing reality mindset is needed for some pictures, but it is not a hard and fast rule. I think filmmakers embracing film's artificiality can make for very interesting products. One of my favorite ways to highlight that is by directly breaking the fourth wall, a storytelling technique that addresses the audience in very a direct way. It can make them complicit in a nefarious plot. It can accuse them. It can bring them in on a joke. It is a very fun device to use, and, for the most part, it works when it's used. Below is a pretty fun supercut of breaking the fourth wall in movies. Here, though, breaking the fourth wall is translated as looking directly at the lens. »

- Mike Shutt

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Exclusive: Clip from Thriller Free Fall Makes Elevators Horrifying

3 October 2014 11:13 AM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

From the producers of “Halloween” and “Final Destination” comes the latest action thriller “Free Fall.” The film stars Sarah Butler (“I Spit on Your Grave,” “The Demented,” “Treachery”), D.B. Sweeney (“Taken 2,” “Fire in the Sky,” the upcoming “To Appomattox” miniseries), Ian Gomez (“Cougar Town,” “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”) and Malcolm McDowell (“A Clockwork Orange,” “The Artist”). The film will make its way to Blu-ray and DVD Oct. 28. Also, speaking of “Halloween,” “Free Fall” is the directorial debut of one of the “Halloween” franchise producers, Malek Akkad. “Free Fall” is a horrifying journey through the corporate world and promises to do for elevators what Alfred Hitchcock’s amazing thriller  [ Read More ]

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- monique

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Ioncinephile of the Month: Zachary Wigon (The Heart Machine)

2 October 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Ioncinema.com’s Ioncinephile of the Month feature focuses on an emerging filmmaker from the world of cinema. This October, we put the spotlight on an indie personality who moonlights as a film critic/writer for the likes of The Village Voice and Filmmaker Magazine and who saw his feature film debut land in 2014 SXSW Film Festival’s Narrative Feature competition. Toplined by John Gallagher Jr. (Short Term 12) and Kate Lyn Sheil (Listen Up Philip) with supporting players in the shape of David Call (Gabriel), Katie Paxton and Louisa Krause (Bluebird), The Heart Machine (October 24th limited release/VOD FilmBuff) is according to the glowing remarks made in the trades with Variety calling it “thoroughly modern without being ostentatious” and THR dissecting it as “a thoughtful, emotionally tricky debut”. This month we profile Zachary Wigon — be sure to check out his top ten films of all time.

Eric Lavallee: During your childhood… »

- Eric Lavallee

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Voltage's Nicolas Chartier reveals top ten tips

29 September 2014 4:30 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Hurt Locker producer gives ten tips for producing award-winning films at the right budget.

Voltage Pictures president Nicolas Chartier, producer of The Hurt Locker and executive producer of Dallas Buyers Club, used his keynote speech at the Zurich Summit to offer ten tips for ‘producing award-winning films at the right budget’.

The tongue-in-cheek speech, which went down a storm, included plenty of sage advice.

Chartier agreed to share the speech with Screen and below is the near-entire transcript…

‘Good morning. So yesterday on the plane I was reading Hope For Film, the biography of Ted Hope who for those who don’t know him, was one of the founders of Good Machine, a great independent company which produced Crouching Tiger, Ice Storm, In the Bedroom, Brothers McMullen and many other independent films.

He wrote, I quote: “To make art, survive independently, and make a living that is tied to modest financial gain, you have to »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Twisted Illustrations from the New Edition of ‘A Clockwork Orange’

25 September 2014 9:22 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Folio’s Society’s new edition of Anthony BurgessA Clockwork Orange has a fresh look. The new edition comes in a gorgeous hardback that includes the once-omitted 21st chapter, as well as an expanded glossary of “Nadsat” researched from Burgess’s handwritten notes and letters to his editors. See some of the art work below as well as a video of Jones discussing his approach to this weighty project.

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- Ricky

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Redeemer Review [Fantastic Fest 2014]

23 September 2014 1:24 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

I’m writing this review at the expense of having actor/badass extraordinaire Marko Zaror hunt me down and beat my face into a bloody pulp, as he could do with both hands and feet tied behind his back, but something about Redeemer just doesn’t resonate with the B-Movie action nut that lives inside me, feeding off beef jerky and the tears of my foes. Redeemer is full-throttle action, I won’t argue that, but it feels a tad-bit undercooked, packing a whole host of ruthless butt-kicking into a movie that doesn’t cue proper plotting to support such bloodshed. Opening up with a cheeky homage to A Clockwork Orange and a synth-pop remix of Johnny Cash’s “God’s Gonna Cut You Down,” the action sequences grow tiresome after slowly devolving into a superhero-like film where the main character can do no wrong, as Zaror throws around goons like lifeless mannequins. »

- Matt Donato

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Toronto Film Review: ‘Tokyo Tribe’

7 September 2014 5:11 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

, meaning there’s plenty of pinku-style nudity and threatened rape, martial-arts action and the occasional blood geyser. If that sounds like fun, it is, although the latest from the culty maker of “Suicide Club,” “Love Exposure” and last year’s Tiff Midnight Madness audience-award winner, “Why Don’t You Play in Hell?,” is so insistently over-the-top from the start that the results are just fairly amusing when they ought to be exhilarating. Already in release in Japan, “Tokyo Tribe” should sell in other Asian markets where hip-hop has made strong pop-culture inroads. Elsewhere, it will have campy appeal as a niche home-format item.

Sadistic, cannibalistic yakuza boss Lord Buppa (the almost unbearably hammy Riki Takeuchi, a Takashi Miike veteran) keeps the various individual gangs dominating Tokyo districts at war with each other, while biding time until the day he’ll exterminate them all. That day has arrived, just as his »

- Dennis Harvey

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Video of the Day: Kubrick’s Poetry

2 September 2014 5:36 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Marc Müller put together this amazing tribute to the late, great Stanley Kubrick. The Montage features clips from The Killing, Paths of Glory, Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide Shut. I’m not sure why he left out the other Kubrick films, but that doesn’t change the fact that this compilation is fantastic. Watch below.

Featured music (in order of appearance):

Johann Strauss II – The Blue Danube

Georg Friedrich Händel – Sarabande

Ludwig Van Beethoven – Symphony #9

Gioachino Rossini – The Thieving Magpie

György Ligeti – Musica Ricercata II

 

Kubrick’s Poetry from Marc Müller on Vimeo.

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- Ricky

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In a Nutshell: The Unleashed

2 September 2014 2:46 PM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

"Are the dead taunting the living or is the living taunting the dead?" And so begins another night of formulaic horror. If you head over to IMDb you'll discover that Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange) lends his name to The Unleashed, an unwanted visitor from 2011 directed by Manuel H. Da Silva. Keep your excitement contained however, Malcolm provides a brief voiceover at the start of the movie and that's it. The film descends so fast from this point forward, you'll be forgiven for thinking Da Silva had a dance with the devil in the pale moonlight. The Unleashed sets its stall out early on, in fact, the film nosedives as soon as we reach present day. Supernatural chaos escalates when a troubled woman with a dark past dabbles with the infamous Ouija board. As far as concepts go, that's as deep as it gets. Starring Trisha Echeverria (American Pie Presents The Naked Mile »

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In a Nutshell: The Unleashed

2 September 2014 2:46 PM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

"Are the dead taunting the living or is the living taunting the dead?" And so begins another night of formulaic horror. If you head over to IMDb you'll discover that Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange) lends his name to The Unleashed, an unwanted visitor from 2011 directed by Manuel H. Da Silva. Keep your excitement contained however, Malcolm provides a brief voiceover at the start of the movie and that's it. The film descends so fast from this point forward, you'll be forgiven for thinking Da Silva had a dance with the devil in the pale moonlight. The Unleashed sets its stall out early on, in fact, the film nosedives as soon as we reach present day. Supernatural chaos escalates when a troubled woman with a dark past dabbles with the infamous Ouija board. As far as concepts go, that's as deep as it gets. Starring Trisha Echeverria (American Pie Presents The Naked Mile »

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