Monday, April 30, 2012

Poster and Stills from Ron Howard's 'Rush'

Here's the rundown:

  • Set against the 1970's golden age of Formula 1 racing, "Rush" portrays the fast-paced and exhilarating true story of two of the greatest rivalries the sport has ever witnessed – that of James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and Niki Lauda (Daniel Brühl) and their illustrious Formula 1 racing teams, McLaren and Ferrari. A privileged, charismatic and handsome English playboy, Hunt could not be more different from his reserved and methodical opponent, Austrian born Lauda. "Rush" follows their personal lives both on and off the track and charts their rivalry from its inception in Formula 3. Here they competed viciously against each other until Lauda's business acumen and surgeon like precision behind the wheel propelled him all the way to Formula 1; eventually landing him the number one spot at Ferrari. However it was not long before rambunctious golden boy Hunt fought his way into Formula 1, and into the hearts of a nation, dramatically seizing the championship from Lauda and proving to the critics, and more importantly himself, that there was real substance beneath the stylish exterior. 

Some shots from Howard's Twitter feed:

And the production announcement poster.


New Poster for 'High School'

Way more confident than previous efforts.

Even if the stoner-slash-idiocy genre doesn't do much for you, you got to admit, this movie looks like a good time.


New Production Still from 'Ender's Game'

From the production blog. Director Gavin Hood crosses off completed shots.


Breaking! New Japanese Poster for 'Brave' Introduces New Characters/Plot Elements? Hmm...

New poster is okay. Getting busier, more elements, way too saturated (I toned it down quite a bit if you can believe that).

Very nice. But, who's this behind the rock wearing Johnny Depp's Tonto crow-hat?

I don't remember seeing a witch (no offense, and excuse me if I'm judging a book by its cover, but that's what she looks like) in trailers. I think I'd remember. New plot element?

Really, though, the rendition is a bit goofy for Pixar. Maybe that's the gag: This is the goofy witch of the west, or something. They could be dipping their toe into some slapstick plotlines. Prefer to think (hope) that's not the case. Makes me shiver.

Anyway...interesting. But! That's not all! Who/what, pray tell, is this?

Did Goofy Witch conjure up the sparkly spirit of a wolf or perhaps a bear? (Can you tell Pixar is in bed with Disney)? You'd think I'd remember seeing that in a trailer.

So exciting! Will Princess Merida be able to (INSERT: unknown storyline) with the aid of (INSERT: name of wolf/bear spirit) summoned by Goofy Witch? Rest assured, I'll keep watching the web for any further clues and will pass them on to you instantly. Stay tuned!


New 'Snow White and the Huntsman' Poster for Charlize Theron

There's been a bunch in the last few days. This one is pretty good.


Poster/Trailer for 'Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story'

Played Tribeca. Currently playing NY and LA. This from NYT:
  • Early in Raymond De Felitta’s documentary of the 1960s-era South, “Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story,” a couple of tales are quickly told about black men who were shot or beaten for their transgressions against whites: one for inadvertently brushing his mop against a woman’s foot, another for touching someone’s car. The anecdotes lay down the law as it stood shortly before the time Booker Wright, a black waiter, made the fateful decision to explain to a documentary crew for NBC News not only what he served white customers but also how he felt about their varied treatment of him.
  • A Film Settles Accounts From the ’60s (April 21, 2012) He was beaten for his brave, conscientious honesty, and his own business (the Booker’s Place of the title) was torched.
From LAT:
  • A powerful, personal portrait of history's unfolding and its effect on the future, the documentary "Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story" is in equal measure a look at two families, the ongoing legacy of America's recent past and an essay on one man's moment of transformative courage. Director Raymond De Felitta (his last fiction feature was"City Island") does a noteworthy job of allowing those separate topics to feel distinct and give each equal consideration. 


Poster for The Frankenstein Brothers' 'A Beer Tale'

Don't jump to conclusions. Flick was good enough to get a distributor (opens July 4)...okay that doesn't mean anything in and of itself. However, the plot...okay, that doesn't matter either. Check it yourself if you want but, trust me, it's interchangeable.

Something, though, about this poster catches my eye, tells me this is one to watch for. It may only be good as a rental (with a six pack) but it's got something going on. I'm thinking the director/star, Lee Roy Kunz (left) and Cru Ennis (right, pictured on the poster), are the real deal. Something in the eyes. Along with writer Kane Kunz, these guys might be the next-gen comedy kids.

We'll know more when a trailer rolls out.


Samuel L. Jackson to Donald Trump: Golf with Bill Clinton? Yeah, Just Last the Bahamas

Photo: Peter Yang for The New York Times

I love this from the NYT Magazine profile on Samuel L. Jackson:
  • Jackson has never been ashamed of his work — “I entertained an enormous amount of people,” he said; “besides, everyone wants to be a movie star” — nor of the money that has afforded him a mansion in a gated and guarded community on a hilltop in Beverly Hills and the free time to play golf with celebrities like his buddy Donald Trump. One day, Jackson told me, Trump said to him, “My friend Bill might play with us next week, Sam.” Jackson said, “Bill who?” Trump said, “Clinton.” Jackson said, “Oh, yeah, I played with Bill last week in the Bahamas.” 
It's a good read.


Sunday, April 29, 2012

New 'Prometheus' Trailer


The Short Films of David Lynch

'Six Men Getting Sick'

'The Alphabet'

'The Grandmother'

'The Amputee'

'The Cowboy and the Frenchman'

(Starts at 1:06:15)

'Lumière: Premonitions Following an Evil Deed' 

(Starts at 1:35:30)


Saturday, April 28, 2012

New Poster for 'Chernobyl Diaries'

Whereas the first poster enticed us with the tagline "Experience the fallout" this one warns us to "Prepare for the fallout".

Not sure how the 'blood smear' element fits or whether it belongs, but new poster works well otherwise.

Campaign is going well but I still don't think this one has clicked into place yet.


Friday, April 27, 2012

Still from 'The Expendables 2'

Really, Sly looks good for a guy his age. This is not average for 65. It ain't average for 25. That car is only, like, 12 years old and look at it.


'This Is 40' Trailer -- ApatowApatowApatowApatowApatow

Same actors, same look, same settings, same writer/director/producer. These comedies are starting to look like episodes in a TV series. A good series, but still.

Honestly, I can't go to the theater for (something like) this. It looks fine -- polished, properly shot, script hits all the right marks, people say stuff, etc., but it doesn't have that gotta-see-in-a-theater feel. Maybe it's because it's got regular people in regular situations. I want regular people in extraordinary situations. I want big -- movie theater big. Enough with the spying on your neighbors for 90 minutes.

I'll catch this on...TV -- it won't feel like spying and it won't seem like 90 minutes (or 120 minutes with commercials). It'll just be a TV show. The Judd Apatow Show.


Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' -- No Further Marketing Needed

This still, by itself, may be all the marketing Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' needs. Movie is set to open in time for the prestige X-Mas to New Year's frame 2012 and, by that time, this shot will have been seen and talked about by just about everyone. It'll be that "incredible picture of a tiger and a boy in a boat out in the middle of the ocean from that movie I want to see."

All they need to do is add the title and some boilerplate and they've got the poster. They don't even need a trailer. This picture does the job. By December, everybody will know about 'Life of Pi' and the movie will open huge -- because of this still.


(New) Extended 'Prometheus' Making-Of Featurette

Of course, by now, you know about the featurette we got yesterday. Here's a new edit, about 2 minutes more footage.



Tim Burton and 'Dark Shadows' Crew re: Vampire Lore


Thursday, April 26, 2012

Red Band Trailer for 'Hick'

The kind of flick that doesn't catch on in theaters but might do okay as a rental/stream.

'Hick' reminds me of 'Thelma & Louise'. Both flicks have similar elements: cars, dusty out-west road-trip action, an older woman who offers guidance to a younger woman, women who have run-ins with dangerous men, guns. But, T&L had Ridley Scott's uber-cool direction and a very sharp script by Callie Khouri.

'Hick' is directed by Derick Martini who did garner good reviews for 'Lymelife' but that's his only other effort. His camera feels self-conscious and blocking is odd. Often, there's too much negative space in the frame. The actors don't seem comfortable, like there was bad energy on set.

The screenplay is a first effort at adaptation by Andrea Portes from her novel of the same title. This can be a bad thing. Novelists often are very poor screenwriters especially when adapting their own work. Dialogue ends up being long-winded and roundabout yet very on-the-nose (yes, at the same time), and too many beats from the novel get transferred to the movie making for scenes that are oh so precious and leave you squirming in your seat.

Using all-caps text to inform us we're seeing something that's 'INNOCENT' or 'HONEST' or 'BRUTAL' or 'CONTROVERSIAL' is fairly weak. With such technique, the only thing missing is exclamation points. Calling Martini an 'acclaimed filmmaker' strikes me as sleight of hand.

This gives me the feeling someone is hiding something. If the movie turns out to be entertaining, they got a raw deal from the guys that put this trailer together. On the other hand, if the direction and writing was poor and the movie is that bad, the guys that put this trailer together did an excellent job.

Waiting to see which is the case.


Gobs of ' The Expendables 2' Character Posters

Impawards has more


Watch the Tribeca Awards 2012 Live

Streams tonight at 7.



New Gotta-See 'Prometheus' Featurette

You know, I ain't no fanboy, but the stuff we're getting from 'Prometheus' is better, by itself, than most movies. Really, I've watched entire competently made (sci-fi, action, whatever) movies and walked out feeling less entertained than I do after 2-minute 'Prometheus' promo vids.

New footage, way cool escape pod punch out sequence, and comments from Ridley (I feel I can call him Ridley).

Enjoy. Shucks, watch it twice (you know you will)


Trailer for 'Hope Springs'

Works when it shouldn't. Poster and stuff


Poster for 'Hope Springs'

This type material (and poster) usually sends chills up my spine but we may have an exception here. Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep as a couple whose marriage is getting a bit rocky -- that works. Steve Carell and Elisabeth Shue in supporting roles -- nice touch.

Somehow, the imagery avoids that situational silliness found in movies like this. Far be it for me to say, but Streep is good. I know -- obvious -- but can you imagine what this poster and still would look like with another actor?

Director David Frankel (The Devil Wears Prada, Marley and Me, The Big Year) has a way with this kind of character piece.  He instills back and forth exchanges with a comedic thread and tension.

Should do well both at the box office and as a rental/TV night.

Even the tagline is good: Sometimes to keep the magic, you need to learn a few tricks.


New Poster and Character Posters for 'The Five-Year Engagement'

I like this. Good. Simple. Gets the point across. Makes damn sure we know it's got something to do with 'Bridesmaids'.

And some character posters that sidestep boilerplate by just this much.


Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Clip from 'What to Expect When You're Expecting'


Clips from 'Lovely Molly' and 'Path to Madness' Parts 1 & 2

Haven't liked the trailers or posters but these clips are pretty good.

Opens May 18


New Clip from 'Moonrise Kingdom'

I saw this a few days ago but it just became available on YouTube. More clips here

It's a safe bet the windmill in background was supposed to be visible between the two when they met/stopped. Wonder how many times Anderson tried for it before settling.


Pixar's 'Brave' First Movie to Showcase Dolby Atmos Total Surround Sound

From Pixar's blog:
  • Atmos is more than just the biggest leap in theatre sound since Dolby Surround 7.1 was introduced with Toy Story 3 in 2010. “This is, I think, the biggest breakthrough in sound that has happened in my career,” Transformers: Dark of the Moon sound man Erik Aadahl told The Hollywood Reporter.
  • With speakers 'positioned around the theater and overhead' for near-complete immersion in sound, the system is "capable of transmitting up to 128 simultaneous and lossless audio channels, and renders from 5.1 up to 64 discrete speaker feeds."
10-15 theaters showing 'Brave' will test the new setup.

Here's a video from Dolby.

About Dolby Atmos from Dolby Laboratories on Vimeo.


International Trailer for 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation'

Better than what we got yesterday.

Like I said, not my cup of tea but they did a good job. I'll get the Blu-ray.


John Cusack talks 'The Raven'

Lots of making-of footage, some finished footage. Probably worth 4 minutes.


Clip from 'Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale'


Bored? 'The Avengers' Silly Q&A with Chris Evans, Clark Gregg, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, and Scarlett Johansson


Poster/Trailer for 'Imaginaerum' (by Nightwish)


Talking Heads Clip from Jason Statham's 'Safe'

No punches, no guns. Just talk. Really.


Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Old Trailer for 'Nobody Else But You'

I like this better than the new trailer.

If you didn't see it, here's the poster and clips from reviews.


Pin-Up Poster for 'Nobody Else But You'

Apple has a new hi-def trailer. Worth checking out if you like cerebral and elusive.

Flick is odd but getting sizzling reviews. These from the movie's site:

"A neo-noir thriller that combines mystery, noir, sex and more than a little French eccentricity and joie de vivre. Overall, the film is a strange delight, with a great soundtrack to match." - Shelagh Rowan-Legg, Twitch 

"Subversive with an offbeat sense of humor. A Gallic twist on a Coen brothers film." - Boyd van Hoeij, Variety

"Risqué, tart, quirky comedy. There’s much to enjoy in this stylishly shot movie." - Susannah Straughan, Sound on Sight 

"Delightfully frothy and darkly humorous. Combines the legacy of Marilyn Monroe and pulp crime fiction to deliver a playful, quirky comedy." - Sara Hemrajani, The Film Pilgrim 

"Conjures a distinct Lynchian vibe...deceptively clever!" - David O'Connell, 20/20 Filmsight 

"One of the most purely enjoyable films of recent years...Raymond Chandler done with the spirit of Chaplin. Perfectly balancing sex appeal, humour and emotional depth, Sophie Quinton proves herself as a performer of considerable skill and range." - Michael Ewins, FlickFeast 

"A deeply fun and highly engrossing frothy thriller." - Craig Skinner, HeyUGuys

Not lightweight praise.

Poster, on the other hand, is anything but cerebral and elusive. The quote used here, "...perhaps the closest thing to 'Fargo' to come along in a while" gets my attention.

This would make a good rental. This goes on my list.


Trailer for the Must-See 'Lawless'

With Tom Hardy, Guy Pearce, Gary Oldman, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska, and Shia LaBeouf. Wow.

Icing on the cake -- directed by John Hillcoat (The Proposition, The Road).

Starts slow, almost seems like a made for TV flick, but grows on you and ends strong.


'Iron Sky' Fires Warning Shots

'Iron Sky' opened in Finland, landing 1st, taking $623,673 on 88 screens (PSA $7,087).

Is that good? As a comparison let's look at 'The Hunger Games' numbers. THG opened in Finland March 23, also landing 1st, taking $541,202 on 76 screens (PSA $7,121).

'Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol' opened #1, taking $414,249 on 87 screens (PSA $4,761).

But wait. It's a Finnish movie. Of course it will do well in Finland. Show us numbers that count. Okay -- in Germany 'Iron Sky' opened at #8 with $1.3m on 162 screens (PSA $8,230). That week, THG was #1 in its 3rd frame with $3.2m on 637 screens (PSA $5,085), while 'Mirror Mirror' opened at #6 with $1.4m on 407 screens (PSA $3,639).

According to the director's blog 'Iron Sky' has made $6.5m so far. 'Iron Sky' played SXSW, but the wide US release date has not been set.

'Iron Sky' ain't doing bad for a little movie made with crowd-sourced funds.


Clip from 'Headhunters' (Hodejegerne)

Might be a bit graphic this early in the morning.


Nicely Styled Clip from 'The Raven'

'The Raven' may turn out to be the cinephile's guilty pleasure. A cut above, so to speak (sorry). This clip, at least, is finely crafted.


Trailer for 'The Road'

Could not find this on YouTube but it's available at the movie's site. If you missed it, here's the poster


Poster/Trailer for Yam Laranas' 'The Road'

Previous trailers were very mechanical but the new one at Apple is sweet.

Picture rolls out in the US May 11. Getting great comments. Looks like a good time.

Poster is unique. It's rare I'd call a one sheet 'disturbing' but this qualifies.


Very Disney-y Trailer for Pixar's 'Brave' Tries Way Too Hard

We're getting the hard sell. Not nearly as charming as teasers. Very brass tacks marketing. Keep this up and they'll start losing box office.


New Clip and a Location Tour from 'Moonrise Kingdom'


Robot-Mech Wasps, Replicants, and Other Reveals in New 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Trailer

Don't go for this type stuff but...yes. Nicely turned.


Monday, April 23, 2012

Short Film: 'Outer Space' From Cassini and Voyager Footage

Outer Space from Sander van den Berg on Vimeo.


Poster for 'Chernobyl Diaries'

This I like. I actually smiled when I saw this.


Poster for 'House at the End of the Street'


Wow Poster/Trailer for 'Chicago Rot'

Harsh, weird, edgy even by genre standards.

Hard to find info on the project, but here's a bit:
  • Chicago Rot is the brainchild of Brant McCrea, Dorian Weinzimmer, Jeremy Vranich, Ryan Berena, and Sam Fell. All five were part of the 2009 inaugural graduating class of Flashpoint, the school for digital arts and media studies, which opened downtown in 2007. Rather than following the film student's stereotypical path straight to Los Angeles or New York, however, they're committed to proving Chicago can rival its coastal competitors as a hub for successful artists. Only fitting, then, that their first feature-length project should be what Weinzimmer calls "a personal love letter to the city - a dark love letter."


Poster and Trailer for 'Area 407'

Trailer rolled out a few days ago and I ignored it. Too hokey. But, this poster makes no bones about the movie's tone and it's pretty good.

So, given that they got exactly what they were going for I have little choice but to post the trailer, hokey though it may be.


Still (and Poster) from 'Sinister' Have That 'Feel'

Courtesy of Comingsoon we got a look at some posters shown at CinemaCon. The one for 'Sinister' caught my eye.

There's depth here. Well done graphics hint at a story that's more complex than usual for movies like this.

The face on the wall is perhaps a bit cliché (scary, but we've seen this kind of thing in gobs of movies and graphic novels). However, the fact it's formed by 'ink drips' coming out of the girl's hand sets this element apart and gives it weight.

You have to wonder about the girl. Who is she? What role does she play? Why does something that looks so wicked come from her? It's rare a horror movie poster intimates such subtleties of story.

And, look closely at the lower right corner. There's a reel of film unspooled on the floor which syncs visually with the image on the wall, as if the ink that forms the evil entity's face flows into the film (or vice versa). ...Nice touch, thematic.

The tagline: "Once you see him, nothing can save you" is kind of ho-hum yet stops you. There's something there. What does that mean? It's good.

Someone was conscientious about designing this poster. That the movie is by the makers of 'Paranormal Activity' and 'Insidious' can't be ignored, either.

Check out this still.

That's Ethan Hawke as a novelist, Ellison, watching footage of a family being murdered. There's something about this image that works better than you'd expect. Could be the unflattering glasses -- there's an unusual move for a director. Takes confidence to make your protagonist look like that. Hawke's expression works for me. Look at his eyes. I also like the projector -- it's so old-fashioned it catches your attention. Something about it fits well here. Framing is also very nice, with good focal points in the left and right thirds and nothing in the middle -- dynamic, properly done. Also like the glass with ice cubes. The fact Ellison thought to set the glass on the film can, using it as a coaster so as to protect the wooden table, says a tiny bit about the character. Nice visual touches -- stuff another director would never have thought to include.

I know -- fairly indefinite commentary, but it's hard to nail down what's so good about the still. However, something about it says 'good movie'.

Flick is directed by Scott Derrickson, who's pretty hot right now. He wrote, along with Paul Harris Boardman, the upcoming 'Devil's Knot' to be directed by Atom Egoyan, a fine visual poet, which will star Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth, about the killing of three kids as part of a satanic ritual.

Derrickson is also writing, again with Boardman, the remake of 'Poltergeist'.

As a director his work is respectable: The Day The Earth Stood Still, and The Exorcism of Emily Rose. Up next he's helming the cool-sounding 'Goliath', an action flick, and 'Two Eyes Staring', a horror movie about a girl's friendship with the ghost of her mother's twin (nice, loaded with potential).

'Sinister' made its debut at this year's SXSW. Here's a couple clips from a review by Jeremy Kirk:

  • ...opening shot sets the tone for the rest of the film, shows you something you've seen a variation on before, but here it's different. It's creepier.
  • Sinister has some truly terrifying images. The storyline Cargill & Derickson have conceived here allows for all manner of images to be shown, the stand-out being Mr. Boogie, probably the most classically sinister creation the film has to offer. Played by Nicholas King, he's as foreboding a villain as a film like Sinister can muster. Every time the creature is on screen you instantly feel uncomfortable. But scary as Mr. Boogie is, it's the sight of families being brutally murdered that sticks with you long after the film is over. 
  • Sinister throws in enough surprises to keep the pace going. A cameo by Vincent D'Onofrio still remains creepy even with its attempt at humor working, as well. The film builds until the penultimate moment when everything comes together - maybe not as smoothly as it should, but, at least, the film doesn't fall into ridiculous exposition where it easily could have - and you're left with that feeling. It's a feeling that, at first, tells you you didn't like Sinister. Some horror is meant to make you upset, though. The best of adult horror leaves you upset when the credits roll. Sinister is solid, adult horror. It isn't the most fun time you'll have at the theater, but it does its job exceedingly well. In a world of bland, PG-13 slashers and common ghost stories, it's a welcomed discomfort.

Kirk talks a lot about the 'feeling' of 'Sinister'. I'd agree having only seen the poster and one still. There's something about this movie... I'll be seeing this one.


New Posters for 'To Rome With Love' and 'Sinister' Roll Out at CinemaCon

Comingsoon has shots of posters for Resident Evil, 47 Ronin, This is 40, and a couple others but they're pretty standard or simply announcement placeholders. But, the new one for 'To Rome With Love' is a nice improvement over the first one, and the 'Sinister' one sheet is pretty interesting.


Saturday, April 21, 2012

'Jack and Diane' Poster/Clip/Still

With Juno Temple and Riley Keough, directed by Bradley Rust Gray. Playing Tribeca.

Here's the rundown:
  • Jack and Diane, two teenage girls, meet in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously. Diane's charming innocence quickly begins to open Jack's tough skinned heart. But, when Jack discovers that Diane is leaving the country in a week she tries to push her away. Diane must struggle to keep their love alive while hiding the secret that her newly awakened sexual desire is giving her werewolf-like visions


Friday, April 20, 2012

'Freaky Deaky' Poster/Trailer

From the Elmore Leonard novel. Directed by Charles Matthau (Walter's son). With Crispin Glover, Michael Jai White, Christian Slater, and Andy Dick

Love the posters. Great stuff. Very 70s

Plays at Tribeca Sunday 4/22

Here's a trailer


Fire Up the Red Band Trailer for 'High School'

WARNING: Trailer has depictions of drug use and shows (human) breasts.


Zooey Deschanel Celebrates National High Five Day

From Zooey's blog


Another Very Properly Photographed Clip from 'Moonrise Kingdom' -- Record Player

Love how frenetic characters and events are captured by Anderson with such a disciplined camera. Framing and blocking are just so, and the camera stays still, which provides a solid palette for things to unfold and allows the viewer to more easily appreciate the quirks of both behavior and dialogue.

In fact, except for judicious and flawless dolly shots the camera doesn't move. Pans and (god forbid) zooms are not used. The actors comes to us, we don't follow them around. Even cuts don't seem to exist. They're there, but don't seem to be.

Anderson's highly polished non-technique gives these clips breath of life and makes you forget you're watching a movie.


Trailer/Clip for 'Cheerful Weather for the Wedding'

I know...that title. But, looks well done. Based on the novel by Julia Strachey. Directed by Donald Rice. With Felicity Jones (Hysteria, Like Crazy).

I'm betting Strachey's novel is a good read. Of it Virginia Woolf wrote: 'I think it astonishingly good - complete and sharp and individual.'

Here's the rundown (from Wikipedia):
  • Today is Dolly's (Felicity Jones) wedding day, and her family is arriving at the manor house with all the cheerfulness, chaos and petty grievances that bubble to the surface at such gatherings. Trouble soon appears with the arrival of Joseph (Luke Treadaway), Dolly's lover from the previous summer, who throws her feelings into turmoil. To her mother's (Elizabeth McGovern) exasperation, his presence threatens to upset the design she had for her daughter's future. Dolly, for her part, just can't decide whether to run away with Joseph or start a new life in Argentina with her husband to be.
If you're in the mood for an English period piece, and who isn't now and then, looks like this has the goods.


Trailer/Poster/Still for Nicholas McCarthy's 'The Pact'

Looks very good. With that 70s christsploitation energy and 'Paranormal Activity' vibe, but without the found-footage anti-technique. McCarthy is one to watch.


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