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Frightfest 2015: ‘Jeruzalem’ Review

30 August 2015 9:44 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Danielle Jadelyn, Yael Grobglas, Yon Tumarkin, Tom Graziani, Fares Hananya, Steven Hilder | Written and Directed by Doron Paz, Yoav Paz

Falling firmly in the goofy camp of horror gimmicks is Jeruzalem, an Israel-set shocker that uses the holy city as its canvas and Google Glass as its brush. We’ve seen Pov films before (Rec 2, Enter the Void), but don’t just get to see and hear young American Sarah’s get-away vacation of a lifetime – we get to see the Facebook profiles of everyone she meets, too. Including augmented reality will almost definitely date the film, but it also gives the benefit of lightning-fast exposition; we learn key characters’ names as soon as they appear onscreen along with a snapshot of their personality. It does take something away from the natural character development you might otherwise expect, though a film like Jeruzalem likely wouldn’t have a lot »

- Mark Allen

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20 Best Sound On Sight Podcast Episodes

23 August 2015 12:36 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

A while back, when we released the 400th episode of the Sound On Sight podcast, a few close friends and longtime listeners requested we compile a list of our favorite shows we recorded over the years. Now that the podcast has officially come to an end, I decided to finally set aside some time in my schedule and give them what they want. Initially, I set out to pick ten, but after 500 recordings and 8 long years, it was simply too hard to choose so few, so I opted for 20 instead. In selecting these episodes, I tried to show the wide range of genres we covered over the years, including Spaghetti Westerns, Italian Horror, Southern Gothic, underground cult, family friendly, foreign language and even Hollywood classics. We’ve been blessed with several guest hosts and interviews with many filmmakers including genre legends George A. Romero and John Landis, to name a few. »

- Ricky

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Alchemy Sedates Hadzihalilovic’s “Evolution” in Pre-Fest Tiff Pick-Up

13 August 2015 2:40 PM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

We’re already gearing up for some Tiff presales with this one coming from the delicious Vanguard programme offerings. Deadline reports that Lucile Hadzihalilovic‘s long awaited sophomore film has been picked well in advance of it’s September world premiere date. Not known for picking up films with subtitles, Alchemy landed Evolution –  a pic that has been on our most anticipated radar for a while now. More than a decade since her boarding school misadventures of Innocence announced a new French talent was among us (she did co-write Enter the Void), we’re thinking that the distrib co. might have gotten an early look due to their pick-up of Noe’s 2015 Cannes selected Love.

Gist: Written by Hadzihalilovic, Alanté Kavaïté and Geoff Cox, this is about 10-year-old Nicolas (Max Brebant) who lives with his mother on a remote island, in a village inhabited solely by women and young boys. »

- Eric Lavallee

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Janis Joplin, Arcade Fire, Aretha Docs Lead Toronto Film Fest

11 August 2015 10:06 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

High-profile music documentaries on Janis Joplin, Arcade Fire, Aretha Franklin and Sharon Jones will be included as part of this year's Toronto International Film Festival, which commences September 10th. 

Janis: Little Girl Blue, directed by Academy Award-nominated Amy Berg (Deliver Us From Evil), will make its North American premiere at the fest. The film chronicles Joplin's "short, turbulent, epic existence," with Chan Marshall (Cat Power) reading the rock legend's personal letters.  

The Arcade Fire documentary, The Reflektor Tapes, will make its world premiere at the fest. Director Kahlil Joseph followed »

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Paz de la Huerta Files Lawsuit, Claiming 'Nurse 3D' Ended Her Career

21 July 2015 9:45 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

My familiarity with Paz de la Huerta is limited. I've seen only the first season of "Boardwalk Empire", never seen Enter the Void and I don't remember her in Choke or Deception. However, I am familiar with her name and her name seemed to be everywhere around the time promotion for Nurse 3D began around the end of 2013. A blood-soaked and naked De La Huerta was featured in the marketing for a film in which she played a nurse that exacted murderous revenge on adulterous men. The film looked awful and I can't even remember if there was a press screening here in Seattle, but I do remember it quickly being panned by most that saw it or accepted merely as an exploitation flick by those that endorsed it. Well, as far as De La Huerta is concerned, it ended her career. readmore postid="141892" In a story at TMZ they »

- Brad Brevet

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Paz de la Huerta sues director of sex horror Nurse 3D for ruining her career

21 July 2015 9:20 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Boardwalk Empire actor claims she made up to $2m a year prior to the release of $10m film but has struggled since

The actor Paz de la Huerta, best known for Gaspar Noé’s “psychedelic melodrama” Enter the Void and the TV series Boardwalk Empire, is suing the makers of trashy horror film Nurse 3D for $55m, claiming the 2014 box office turkey destroyed her career, according to TMZ.

De la Huerta played a murderous nurse who delights in killing off cheating men in the low budget sexploitation flick. The $10m film achieved just a limited release in cinemas, earning only $5,000, and was swiftly released via video on demand. Now its star claims the film ruined her Hollywood career, claiming she made up to $2m a year prior to its release but has struggled since.

Related: Film review: Enter the Void

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- Ben Child

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Paz de la Huerta sues director of sex horror Nurse 3D for ruining her career

21 July 2015 9:20 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Boardwalk Empire actor claims she made up to $2m a year prior to the release of $10m film but has struggled since

The actor Paz de la Huerta, best known for Gaspar Noé’s “psychedelic melodrama” Enter the Void and the TV series Boardwalk Empire, is suing the makers of trashy horror film Nurse 3D for $55m, claiming the 2014 box office turkey destroyed her career, according to TMZ.

De la Huerta played a murderous nurse who delights in killing off cheating men in the low budget sexploitation flick. The $10m film achieved just a limited release in cinemas, earning only $5,000, and was swiftly released via video on demand. Now its star claims the film ruined her Hollywood career, claiming she made up to $2m a year prior to its release but has struggled since.

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- Ben Child

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New poster for Gaspar Noe’s Love

7 July 2015 11:38 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Last week we got a very Nsfw first trailer for filmmaker Gaspar Noe’s (Irreversible, Enter the Void) new film Love [watch it here], and now a new poster has arrived online, which you can see here…

“In Love, Murphy wakes up next to his young wife and 2-year-old child. He listens to his voicemail: Electra’s mother, sick with worry, wants to know whether he has heard from her daughter. Electra’s been missing for a long time. She’s afraid something really bad has happened to her. Over the course of a long rainy day, Murphy finds himself alone in his apartment, reminiscing about the greatest love affair of his life, his two years with Electra. A burning passion full of promises, games, excesses and mistakes…”

Love is currently without a UK or Us release date, but opens in France next week.

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- Gary Collinson

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July’s Late Nite Grindhouse is Angst -7/10 & 7/11

4 July 2015 9:01 AM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

After last month’s celebration of five years of Late Nite Grindhouse, we are proud to bring a film that has rarely been seen on the big screen in the states. A film that I feel is just as disturbing, if not more, as Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer in regards to depicting a psychopathic killer. The film I’m talking about is 1983’s Angst.

Angst is a film that has had a notoriously troubled past. It was banned from ever being shown theatrically in the 80’s and had been claimed to be lost. The film was released on VHS in Europe and became a “video nasty” of sorts. Only poor generation copies would appear in hardcore horror collections. Gaspar Noé, director of Irreversible and Enter the Void, has stated that the two films that have influenced his filmmaking were 2001: A Space Odyssey and Angst. For fans of Noé’s, »

- Andy Triefenbach

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What’s new on Hulu July 2015

30 June 2015 12:02 PM, PDT | ChannelGuideMag | See recent ChannelGuideMag news »

Here are the streaming movies and shows that are new on Hulu July 2015, including Season 3 of the Hulu original series East Los High (pictured below). Available July 1 After the Wedding (2006) Alone with Her (2006) Annie Hall (1977) Antiviral (2012) As Luck Would Have It (2011) Bandits (2001) The Baxter (2005) Black Power Mixtape (2011) Buck (2011) Burke and Hare (2010) Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010) Chronicles of an Escape (Cronica de una fuga) (2006) Crawlspace (2013) The Countess (2009) Dans Paris (2006) Enter the Void (2009) Entrance (2012) Errors of the Human Body (2012) The Escapist (2008) Falling … Continue reading →

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- Jeff Pfeiffer

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Very Nsfw first trailer for Gaspar Noe’s Love

29 June 2015 12:29 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Following its premiere at Cannes last month, the first trailer has now arrived online for Love, the latest offering from controversial filmmaker Gaspar Noe (Irreversible, Enter the Void). Warning, it’s very Nsfw and contains nudity. And bodily fluids.

 

“In Love, Murphy wakes up next to his young wife and 2-year-old child. He listens to his voicemail: Electra’s mother, sick with worry, wants to know whether he has heard from her daughter. Electra’s been missing for a long time. She’s afraid something really bad has happened to her. Over the course of a long rainy day, Murphy finds himself alone in his apartment, reminiscing about the greatest love affair of his life, his two years with Electra. A burning passion full of promises, games, excesses and mistakes…”

Love is currently without a UK or Us release date, but we’ll keep you posted.

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- Gary Collinson

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Watch the steamy, Nsfw trailer for Gaspar Noé’s ‘Love’

29 June 2015 10:53 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Gaspar Noé’s Love, which premiered in the Midnight screening section at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, looks like it could make the Blue is the Warmest Color sex scene seem pretty tame in comparison.

This English trailer for the controversial title, his first feature since 2009’s Enter the Void, is a highly Nsfw, steamy, sexy, and intensely erotic first look full of sex and romance. Here’s the full synopsis:

A sexual melodrama about a boy and a girl and another girl. It’s a love story, which celebrates sex in a joyous way.

Love was shot in 3D, stars Noé, Aomi Muyock, Klara Kristin, and Karl Glusman. Love has a French release date for July 15 and has been picked up for American distribution, but no date has been set. Watch the trailer below:

Love

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- Brian Welk

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Watch: 'Love' is Graphic Sex for Gaspar Noé in Nsfw Trailer

29 June 2015 8:07 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Cannes: Gaspar Noé on Shooting Sex in 'Love' and Why He Loves His Bad Reviews Marking his first feature film since 2009's "Enter the Void," "Love" finds writer-director Gaspar Noé taking intimacy to a graphic third dimension. Starring Karl Glusman and Aomi Muyock, the drama centers on an American in Paris as he falls in love and experiments with drugs and a sexual threesome. Noé debuted the 3D film at the Cannes Film Festival in May to all sorts of wide-ranging reactions, with Indiewire claiming it featured some of "the most hardcore onscreen sex ever to screen at the festival." Alchemy picked up the film for U.S. distribution but has not yet set a release date. "Love" opens in France on July 15. Watch the explicit trailer above. Read More: Cannes: Gaspar Noé Calls 3D 'Childish,' Wants 12-Year-Olds to See 'Love' »

- Zack Sharf

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The Films That Changed My Life: ‘The Overnight’ Director Patrick Brice

17 June 2015 9:04 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

You can sense an urge toward new genre territory in writer/director Patrick Brice’s “The Overnight,” as the film takes its sex comedy roots and tucks moments of surrealism and a gentle sweetness inside. The story of a newly relocated couple (Adam Scott and Taylor Schilling) in Los Angeles who are invited for a night of pizza, wine, and possibly more by the free-spirited Kurt and Charlotte (Jason Schwartzman and Judith Godrèche), it puts pathos under shock gags and unlikely visual draws for its nighttime sequences. A spa visit by Schilling especially stands out, and when we met up with Brice recently in La to talk about the film, he told us two main touchstones for that scene: Gaspar Noe’s “Enter The Void” and the opening scene of “Belly”. (“Basically a creative use of blacklight--not trying to hide the fact that it's blacklight, and letting people's eyes and faces get crazy and psychedelic, »

- Charlie Schmidlin

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Round-Up: Blu-ray Release Details / Cover Art for Savage Weekend, Angst, The Mutilator

15 June 2015 9:46 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

In this morning's round-up, we have details on not one, not two, but three slasher films. Savage Weekend, Angst, and The Mutilator are set to be released on Blu-ray between late summer and early fall.

Savage Weekend: From Kino Lorber: "Coming September 29th! On Blu-ray and DVD! From a Brand New 2015 HD Master!

Savage Weekend (1979) Starring Christopher Allport, David Gale, Caitlin O'Heaney, Jeff Pomerantz, William Sanderson and Yancy Butler. Written and Directed by David Paulsen.

Blu-ray, packaging, and extras all produced by Walt Olsen (Scorpion Releasing). Another one of his recommendations!

Special Features:

On camera interview with star William Sanderson On camera interview with star Caitlin O'Heaney On camera interview with star Jeff Pomeranz Original Theatrical Trailer"

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Angst: Gerald Kargl's Angst will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on August 18th.

Blu-ray.com reports that "Independent U.S. distributors Cult Epics will release on »

- Tamika Jones

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Why Gaspar Noé’s ‘Love’ Fails To Break The Curse Of Sex On Screen

26 May 2015 11:37 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

One of the most hotly anticipated films of Cannes this year was Gaspar Noé's "Love," It’s only the fourth feature in seventeen years from the enfant terrible behind “Irreversible” and “Enter The Void,” and insofar as it's a 3D drama revolving around unsimulated sex, the film had the potential to be his most controversial picture yet at its midnight bow on the Croisette. And yet, as with so many instances of "serious" filmmakers tackling matters below the belt, the effort proved to be less of a mind-blowing, all-night marathon, and more of an underwhelming, unsatisfying quickie behind some garbage bins.  The new film by the director (who’s no stranger to for-real on-screen fucking, having featured such in various forms in both “Enter The Void” and his short in art-porn anthology “Destricted”) is in many ways a conventional romantic Bildungsroman, as American-in-Paris Murphy (Karl Glusman) gets a phone »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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Cannes 2015. Day 10

26 May 2015 9:36 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Trying to capture global trends in contemporary filmmaking by drawing thematic connections between films at the same festival has long been a hackneyed technique that little understands the variable pathways it takes for a film to get made and eventually programmed alongside another. Once one knows more of the tortuous route most filmmakers follow to finish their work and get it shown, the tendrils of affinity or dissonance snaking between theatres and screenings at a festival feel less like a glimpse of the zeitgeist and more the electric charge of coincidence—or fate.Such was the case in Cannes this year, where two films seemed to meet in a sensual, overlapping dream of flesh, caresses and orgasms. The first dream was formalist extremist Gaspar Noé's follow-up his untoppable Enter the Void (2009), a new provocation de jour: a 3D sex film. Or, to be more precise, a 3D relationship drama »

- Daniel Kasman

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Cannes: Gaspar Noé on Shooting Sex in 'Love' and Why He Loves His Bad Reviews

23 May 2015 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Cannes: Gaspar Noé Calls 3D 'Childish,' Wants 12-Year-Olds to See 'Love' Six years after shocking the Cannes Film Festival with "Enter the Void," French-Argentine director Gaspar Noé returned this week to the event to premiere his latest and most audacious effort, "Love." The 3D, sexually explicit love story has been generating buzz ever since it was announced as a late addition to the festival's midnight section, followed by the release of its graphic, Nsfw posters. The film delivers on that tease and then some by featuring the most hardcore onscreen sex ever to screen at Cannes (and lots of it; the film runs well over two hours). Indiewire caught up with Noé a few days after its premiere to discuss the project, why he shot in 3D, and what he makes of his critics. Anticipation was high going into the midnight screening, largely because of »

- Nigel M Smith

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Crucial, Rare Home Invasion Film Angst Comes to Blu

21 May 2015 8:45 PM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

In truly huge news for film fans, Cult Epics—the boutique label who brought Jörg Buttgereit’s Nekromantik films to U.S. blu—has announced an August Blu-ray and DVDate, as well as summer theatrical bookings for Gerald Kargl’s crucial, Austrian home invasion classic Angst. The 1983 film, often cited by Irreversible and Enter the Void‘s Gaspar Noé as a tremendous influence (he’s…

The post Crucial, Rare Home Invasion Film Angst Comes to Blu appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »

- Samuel Zimmerman

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Oz deal for Cannes' first 3D porn film

21 May 2015 3:45 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

The first 3D porn movie ever screened in official selection at the Cannes Film Festival has been sold to nearly 40 markets including Australia.

Gaspar Noé.s Love stars Karl Glusman as a young American reminiscing over an intense affair he had in Paris with Electra (Aomi Muyock). Her suggestion of a threesome with Omi (Klara Kristin) ultimately unravels their relationship.

.Its sexually explicit content, which might pose a problem in a handful of territories such as the Us, does not appeared to have deterred buyers,. Screen Daily drily reported.

Some reviewers rated the film as less scandalous and daring than the Argentinian-born French director.s previous efforts such as Irreversible (2002) and Enter The Void (2009).

.Even though one critic labelled Love the director.s tamest film, it hardly is that, considering the numerous, extremely graphic sex scenes in which nothing is left to the imagination,. Deadline.com.s Pete Hammond wrote. »

- Don Groves

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