Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, and Steve Carell Glower in New Foxcatcher Poster

Foxcatcher(PCM) Oscar buzz has been building behind director Bennet Miller’s biographical drama, Foxcatcher, ever since the film premiered in France at 2014’s Cannes Festival, winning Miller the best director award.

With critics raving about the stars’ performances, Foxcatcher already has a certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes of 91% from critics.

Todd McCarthy of Hollywood Reporter calls the film “A superbly modulated study of a twisted mind with a career-changing performance by Steve Carell” and Justin Chang in his review for Variety agrees, writing: “Steve Carell, Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum give superb performances in Bennett Miller’s powerfully disturbing … read more...

Here’s the Final Trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1!

HungerGamesMockingjayPart1(PCM) “If we burn, you burn with us!” yells a defiant Katniss Everdeen to President Snow in the latest and final trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, released by Lionsgate on Wednesday afternoon, a little over three weeks from the film’s nationwide release.

The new trailer, clocking in at just over a minute, is action-packed, depicting the utter desolation and destruction of District 12, the cruelty of the Capitol, and the resilience of Panem’s citizens.

Watch the full trailer after the official synopsis and visit TheHungerGamesExplorer.com as well as the official Hunger Games Facebook for more … read more...

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice’s Zach Snyder, Amy Adams, and Ben Affleck Celebrate Save the Bats Week

BATMANvSUPERMAN(PCM) Warner Bros. has teamed up with the Organization for Bat Conservation to celebrate National Save the Bats week! Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, and Zach Snyder all appear in the video, explaining why it’s crucial that we take action to save the bats of North America.

Eating millions of bugs every night, bats are a crucial component to maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Aside from keeping the bug and insect population at a sustainable level, when bats consume copious amounts of critters, farmers use less pesticides on their crops, resulting in less pollution running into the ground and groundwater.

Recently, bats … read more...

The First Iranian Vampire Western: ‘A Girl Walks Alone at Night’

AGirlWalksAloneAtNight(PCM) Ana Lily Amirpour’s suspenseful romance-horror, A Girl Walks Alone at Night, has critics praising the debut director’s aesthetic and story, offering up a fresh take on a classic horror genre.

Shot in black and white, everything from the characters, the look, a modern soundtrack of persian rock and euro-pop make this a truly modern Iranian film. A mythical mash-up of genre and culture, it’s different than any Iranian film you’ve ever seen … the first Iranian Vampire Western.

A Girl Walks Alone at Night is a love story between two tortured souls in an Iranian Ghost town called … read more...

Sophie Fillières’ Dramedy ‘If You Don’t, I Will’ Opens in NY December 17

If-You-Don’t-I-Will-2014-dvd(PCM) Writer-director Sophie Fillières’ If You Don’t, I Will, the Official Selection of the Berlin Int’l Film Festival, the San Francisco Int’l Film Festival, the Sydney Int’l Film Festival, and the Jerusalem Film Festival, premieres to public U.S. audiences in New York on December 17, 2014.

If You Don’t, I Will follows Pomme and Pierre, a couple who have been together for a long time. Passion and spontaneity have given way to predictability and cold shoulders. But there’s a lingering optimism, a hope they can return to the couple they used to be, attending chic art openings and sharing a … read more...

‘Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Welles’ Opens in NY and LA Dec. 12

Magician(PCM) Academy Award-winning writer-director-editor Chuck Workman brings iconic Citizen Kane director Orson Welles to life through audio recordings, rare archive footage, and interviews in his documentary, Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Welles.

Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter gave Magician a great review after its premiere the 2014 Telluride Film Festival, praising Workman’s deep pulls of international archival footage and other rare primary sources to give his audience a somewhat new and full portrait of Orson Welles.

“An in-depth study of Orson Welles’ singular life and career would run the length of a miniseries, but Chuck Workman … read more...

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