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WHITE GOD took home the Un Certain Regard prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, meaning it was the best movie with an innovative and strange approach. After watching the trailer, we can definitely confirm that it looks strange. In a country where mixed-breed dogs are restricted, a girl’s father abandons her pet and leaves it […]

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Dir. Ana Lily Amirpour’s A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is gearing up for a European film festivals. The latest Farsi-language French-subtitled trailer is above. In case you too are beautifully lost, here’s its campy description from Sundance: Strange things are afoot in Bad City. The Iranian ghost town, home to prostitutes, junkies, pimps and other sordid souls, […]

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Unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con, here’s the first trailer for director George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road, 25 years in the making. So long, Mel Gibson. Hello, Tom Hardy. Also steel, speed, vicious confrontations (while speeding) and sprawling, sandy dystopian landscapes. (Apparently, filming for the films had to be moved to Nambia because the Australian desert started blooming after […]

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Courtesy of Strand Releasing, Bruno Frozani and Helene Cattet’s film The Strange Color Of Your Body’s Tears is “homage to the masters of classic Italian Giallo horror” is coming to the US. Dan returns home to find his wife is missing. With no signs of struggle or break-in and with no help from the police, Dan’s search for answers […]

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Not long after Jarmusch’s genre-redefining Only Lovers Left Alive confirmed that vampires are cooler than you, the new Greek film Norway by Yiannis Veslemes is here to tell us vampires also have more fun. Veslemes’ film follows a dancing vampire named Zanno as he parties and murders his way through a crazy night in 1984 Athens. Norway “could be […]

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The documentary A Brony Tale is about men who like My Little Pony, which is an imaginative quirky cartoon for kids with some nice stuff in it. In the documentary, Ashleigh Ball, the voice of Applejack and Rainbow Dash on the 4th generation installment of Hasbro’s My Little Pony, goes to a brony convention and faces her very […]

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The Creeping Garden documentary follows artists, fringe scientists and mycologists who study the mysterious plasmodial slime mold — a non-animal, non-vegetable, non-fungi organisms that appears to be making intelligent decisions. Scored by Sonic Youth’s Jim O’Rourke (who scored Werner Herzog’s Grizzly Man), it’s finally nearing completion. The slime mould is being used to explore biological-inspired design, emergence theory, unconventional computing and robot controllers, much […]

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Directed by Syrian-born Riad Sattouf, Jacky in the Kingdom of Women is a Cinderella story like no other. The kingdom is ruled by a female tyrant and policed by female soldiers while the men are viciously repressed. It’s “part North Korea, part tribal Afghanistan” with the genders reversed. Enter Jacky, the prettiest boy in the village. He’s in love […]

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Camera, a new film by James Leong, looks like a stylized yet plausible view of the near future. It’s 2030 in Hong Kong, and Ming has an eye implant that allows him to record everything he sees. Twitch premiered the trailer today. Ming is a surveillance expert with an obsession: he wants to film everything that […]

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The Soviet national ice hockey team placed in every International Ice Hockey Federation tournament they competed in, won almost every world championship and Olympic tournament between 1954 and 1991, and are generally acknowledged as THE dominant hockey team that ever was. What did it take to be the best? Not fucking up. Ever. Not when […]

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