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The Man Without Fear is finally getting the chance to wash away the stink of early 2000s Ben Affleck with the first full trailer for the new Netflix original series Daredevil. It looks pretty awesome. It gives us our first real look at Boardwalk Empire star Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock: A blind defense lawyer […]

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Paul Thomas Anderson returns with his first comedy since Punch Drunk Love. The filmmaker behind There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights has adapted Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice and it looks great. The trailer comes off like The Big Lebowski if it was made in the ’70s. When private eye Doc Sportello’s ex-old lady suddenly out of […]

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Last year, Fuel Entertainment and Xbox Entertainment Studios gained permission excavate millions of Atari games and consoles buried in a landfill in Alamogordo, New Mexico since the early 80’s. The forthcoming documentary Atari: Game Over will trace the history predating this unlikely dig, beginning with the game E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial — a game so bad, it’s often attributed with bringing down the entire […]

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The new trailer for Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow is here. Click above to watch. Tom Cruise is a soldier with a robo-suit battling aliens in the future. Then he dies. Then he wakes up earlier that day. Then he goes to battle aliens. Then he dies. Then he wakes up earlier that day. Yes, I know. Groundhog […]

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“The old sent us to die and we hated them.” The new documentary Matt Wolf examines a most transient of identities. Teenage is comprised of archival footage of adolescent groups through the decades — flappers, punks, etc. — and anonymous narrations of once-teenagers. “We didn’t always exist.”  How did the youth (aged roughly 16-24) became labeled and recognized […]

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It was the first successful “internet addiction” manslaughter defense: An infant starved to death in South Korea, because her parents neglected her to play Prius Online at internet cafes. The fantasy multi-player game’s “rich and immersive emotional experiences” had more to offer. Valerie Veatch’s documentary Love Child  사이버 사랑 explores the increasingly immersive technological environments of South Korea — “the world’s most wired nation” — virtual, […]

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Here’s the first trailer for Jeff Barnaby’s Rhymes for Young Ghouls — “gritty,” “harrowing,” “explosive” and one of Canada’s Top Ten films of 2013, according to TIFF. We were previously charmed with teenage dealer Aila’s monologue about her highly-specialized blunt business. The trailer gives a bit more context. Set on an Aboriginal reservation in 1970s Canada, the film is about a 15-year-old girl […]

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Sabine Lidl’s documentary Nan Goldin – I Remember Your Face premiered at the Zurich Film Festival this year and the trailer is perfect. It’s a portrait of the legendary photographer who documented her friends, drug use and drug abuse, love and domestic violence, wild times and loss, gay culture and the gays whom she kept constantly falling in love with. Shot […]

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Did you think I’d miss that Fight Club-y split-second slit shot? C’mon, Lars von Trier. Update: YouTube took it down. Vimeo above. Tsk-tsk. After teasing with orgasm face character posters and pre-treatises of this film-thing he allegedly invented called Digressionism, von Trier dropped the Nymphomaniac trailer today. Unlike those almost abstract vignettes of debauchery, this is a very non-experimental trailer, pounding you […]

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Have you been waiting for the new Spike Jonze film Her too? Exciting news: The film will premiere at this year’s 51st New York Film Festival (Sep 27 – Oct 13) at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, at the closing night gala. In the not so distant future, Theodore (Phoenix), a lonely writer purchases a newly developed operating […]

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