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New Trailer For Lone Scherfig’s ‘The Kindness Of Strangers’

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A brand new trailer for Lone Scherfig’s upcoming The Kindness Of Strangers, which stars the likes of Zoe Kazan, Andrea Riseborough, Tahar Rahim, Caleb Landry Jones, Jay Baruchel, Bill Nighy, and David Dencik, has dropped online through eOne.

The film premiered at the Berlin Film Festival earlier this year, where it was the opening film, to largely positive reviews, and lands in cinemas later this year.

The film focusses on Kazan’s Clara, a married mother of two from Buffalo, who wakes her two young sons early one morning. She’s seen leaving the family home and heading for a parked car outside with little-to-no belongings, and it is immediately obvious that the young woman is leaving her house, and breaking away from her sleeping husband, policeman Richard (Esben Smed), who has been abusive and physical during the recent months and years of their relationship. Clara Heads to Manhattan,
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Fantasia 2019: ‘Critters Attack!’ Review

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Stars: Jack Fulton, Jaeden Noel, Ava Preston, Dee Wallace, Tashiana Washington | Written by Scott Lobdell | Directed by Bobby Miller

All Drea (Tashiana Washington) wants is to get into a good college, but for now, she’s stuck making deliveries for a local sushi restaurant. One night, after her little brother Phillip (Jaeden Noel) witnesses meteors plummeting to Earth, one of her co-workers is attacked by hungry alien furballs with sharp teeth and big appetites. Yes, the rolling, ravenous critters are back, and soon Drea, Phillip, and two kids she’s babysitting (Ava Preston and Jack Fulton) are running for their lives. They’re also trying to protect an injured friendly alien they come across along the way, but every place they flee to becomes the site of a critter massacre.

I’m not going to lie, I went into Critters Attack! with a mix of trepidation and excitement. On the
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Dee Wallace stars in clip from Critters Attack!

Ahead of its home entertainment release later this month, Warner Bros. has revealed a clip from the upcoming reboot of the cult sci-fi comedy horror franchise Critters Attack! featuring Dee Wallace, star of the original 1986 film; watch it here…

See Also: The Critters are back in first trailer for Critters Attack!

Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), who starred in the original Critters as Helen Brown, will sink her teeth into the franchise for a second time in the mysterious role of Aunt Dee. Inspired by the film series from the ’80s and ’90s, Critters follows 20-year-old Drea (Tashiana Washington), who reluctantly takes a job babysitting for a professor of a college she hopes to attend. Struggling to entertain the professor’s children Trissy (Ava Preston) and Jake (Jack Fulton), along with her own little brother Phillip (Jaeden Noel), Drea takes them on a hike, unaware that mysterious alien critters
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The Critters are back in first trailer for Critters Attack!

After rumours last month that the project had been shot in secret, Warner Bros. has now unveiled the first trailer for Critters Attack!, a new instalment in the cult sci-fi comedy horror series which sees original star Dee Wallace returning to the franchise in a new role alongside Tashiana Washington, Ava Preston, Jack Fulton, and Jaeden Noel. Directed by Bobby Miller, the movie is set for a home entertainment release this July; watch it here…

See Also: First poster and trailer for TV series Critters: A New Binge

Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), who starred in the original Critters as Helen Brown, will sink her teeth into the franchise for a second time in the mysterious role of Aunt Dee. Inspired by the film series from the ’80s and ’90s, Critters follows 20-year-old Drea (Tashiana Washington), who reluctantly takes a job babysitting for a professor of a college she hopes to attend.
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Dee Wallace is Back Battling Critters in First Trailer For Critters Attack!

Do you remember the 80s sci-fi horror franchise Critters!? Well, they are making a comeback and the first trailer has been released for the new film, Critters Attack!

This film is a continuation of the original story and Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial) returns to reprise her role as Helen Brown from the first film. The movie looks like it will offer audiences a fun, silly, and violent experience. One of the charming aspects about the film is that the effects still look like they are from the 80s.

Here’s the synopsis:

Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), who starred in the original Critters as Helen Brown, will sink her teeth into the franchise for a second time in the mysterious role of Aunt Dee. Inspired by the film series from the ’80s and ’90s, Critters follows 20-year-old Drea (Tashiana Washington), who reluctantly takes a job babysitting for
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Critters Attack! Coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on July 23rd

Following IGN's trailer reveal that proved the Krites are returning to Earth and "everyone is on the menu" in the new horror comedy Critters Attack!, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has now announced a July 23rd Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital release date for the fifth Critters film, and we have a look at the cover art and list of special features ahead of its ravenous release:

From the Press Release: Burbank, CA – The feeding frenzy begins! Critters Attack!, the newest entry in the bloody, live-action, horror/sci-fi film series lands on earth on July 23, 2019, from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital for $24.98 / $19.98 / $19.99 Srp. Fans can also watch the fur-ocious creatures’ television debut on Syfy, scheduled to air in October.

Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), who starred in the original Critters as Helen Brown, will sink her teeth into the franchise for a second time
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‘Critters Attack!’ Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Release Info and Trailer

The Critters franchise lives on at Warner Brothers with today's announcement of the direct-to-video sequel Critters! Attack for Blu-ray, DVD and Digital on July 23rd.

Dee Wallace returns to the series for the first time since the original Critters in the role of Aunt Dee. She will be joined by Tashiana Washington, Ava Preston, Jack Fulton and Jaeden Noel.

Critters Attack! is the fifth film in the franchise following 1994's Critters 4. It is written by Scott Lobdell (Happy Death Day) and directed by Bobby Miller. Critters producers Rupert Harvey and Barry Opper are back to produce for a new generation of horror fans.

Critters Attack! bonus features include the following:

Entineering Gore; Designing Critters (featurette)

Critters: An Out-of-this-World Experience (featurette)

The Critter Ball (featurette)

Scene Specific Commentary with Director Bobby Miller and a Critter

Syfy was involved with the production of Critters Attack! and will air the film on
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Critters Attack! Movie Gets July Release Date on Blu-Ray, Digital, DVD

The feeding frenzy begins! Critters Attack! the newest entry in the bloody, live-action, horror/sci-fi film series lands on earth on July 23, 2019, from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital for $24.98 / $19.98 / $19.99 Srp. Fans can also watch the fur-ocious creatures' television debut on Syfy, scheduled to air in October.

Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), who starred in the original Critters as Helen Brown, will sink her teeth into the franchise for a second time in the mysterious role of Aunt Dee. Inspired by the film series from the '80s and '90s, Critters follows 20-year-old Drea (Tashiana Washington), who reluctantly takes a job babysitting for a professor of a college she hopes to attend. Struggling to entertain the professor's children Trissy (Ava Preston) and Jake (Jack Fulton), along with her own little brother Phillip (Jaeden Noel), Drea takes them on a hike, unaware that mysterious
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Critters Attack! Trailer: Dee Wallace Returns to Battle the Krites

Critters Attack! Trailer: Dee Wallace Returns to Battle the Krites
The first trailer for Critters Attack is here. The little deadly creatures have been away from the pop culture landscape for nearly three decades now. However, in the modern age of Hollywood, everything old is new again. As such, this particular franchise is getting revived in a big way this year as we're not only getting the recently revealed Critters: A New Binge series over on Shudder, we're also getting this brand new movie, which brings back original franchise star Dee Wallace.

It's a trailer that should delight fans of the series. It starts off with a familiar premise, as the little creatures crash land on Earth and quickly begin devouring unsuspecting humans. Dee Wallace seems to be playing a role similar to that of Jamie Lee Curtis from the most recent Halloween, waiting and preparing for these aliens to return. Based on what we see here, she's more than ready for them.
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“Everyone is on the Menu” in Trailer for New Movie Critters Attack!, Starring Dee Wallace

The Krites recently returned to Earth after more than a 25-year hiatus in Shudder's Critters: A New Binge series, and now they're coming back in feature-length form in the new movie Critters Attack!, featuring Dee Wallace's return to the franchise.

IGN exclusively revealed the first trailer for Critters Attack!, which you can watch below. Wallace, who played Helen Brown in 1986's Critters, this time around plays Aunt Dee, and by the looks of the trailer, she's ready to wage war on the hungry Krites from outer space.

Not all of the Krites are looking to eat through the planet's human population, however, as one of the little space visitors seeks to help the humans in their battle against their newfound furry adversaries.

The new film is described as being "inspired by the film series from the '80s and '90s," so we'll have to wait and see if
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‘The Kindness Of Strangers’ Review: Dir. Lone Sherfig (2019)

The Kindness Of Strangers review: Lone Sherfig returns to the Berlinale with new ensemble drama, The Kindness Of Strangers, a New York-set tale of people coming together at a time of transition and change.

Photo: Per Arnesen/Berlinale

Written and directed by Sherfig, who last delighted festival audiences with her WWII-set feature Their Finest, directs an impressive international cast, including Andrea Riseborough, Zoe Kazan, Tahar Rahim, Bill Nighy, Caleb Landry Jones, and Jay Baruchel.

We open to Kazan’s Clara, a married mother of two from Buffalo, who wakes her two young sons early one morning. She’s seen leaving the family home and heading for a parked car outside with little-to-no belongings, and it is immediately obvious that the young woman is leaving her house, and breaking away from her sleeping husband, policeman Richard (Esben Smed), who has been abusive and physical during the recent months and years of their relationship.
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Berlin Film Review: ‘The Kindness of Strangers’

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Berlin Film Review: ‘The Kindness of Strangers’
“Only just connect” are the words that would most aptly end “The Kindness of Strangers” if it were an E.M. Forster novel — even if that prospect is about as hard to swallow as, well, just about anything that happens in Lone Scherfig’s strange, sticky mélange of social realism, Dickensian sentiment and straight-up romantic fairy tale. Awkwardly twirling parboiled spaghetti strands of narrative around Zoe Kazan’s modern-day Little Match Girl — a pure-hearted mother of two escaping her abusive husband to live rough in Manhattan — this über-earnest Berlinale opener is given some commercial lift by classy ensemble casting and the malted directorial polish we’ve come to expect from the helmer behind “An Education” and “Their Finest.” But even Kazan’s stalwart commitment to the material can’t resolve the clash of grit and whimsy in Scherfig’s schizo moral fable.

“Can’t you just be kind?” pleads one character
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‘The Kindness of Strangers’ Review: Great Performances Can’t Save Lone Scherfig’s Awkward Melodrama

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‘The Kindness of Strangers’ Review: Great Performances Can’t Save Lone Scherfig’s Awkward Melodrama
New York can be an unforgiving city, even in the best of circumstances. Unfortunately for the awkward patchwork of characters who populate Lone Scherfig’s listless new melodrama, “The Kindness of Strangers” does not take place in the best of circumstances. Everyone in the film is lost and lonely in one way or another; everyone is either helpless or guilty; everyone is either about to hit bottom, or beginning to claw their way out of a hole that’s too deep to escape without some assistance. The young mother whose story provides the spine of this underdeveloped mosaic, is somehow all of those things at once.

Played by a tender and compellingly frayed Zoe Kazan, Clara opens the story in the pre-dawn hours by stealing her two young sons (Jack Fulton and Finlay Wojtak-Hissong) away from their Buffalo home, and from the abusive cop husband (Esben Smed as the demonic
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Shadowhunters Scared us to Death and then Broke our Hearts

Shadowhunters decided to scare to us death with Max's (Jack Fulton) near death experience, which was a pretty mean thing to do.

In the books, Max dies from a blow to the head delivered by Jonathan/Sebastian when Max finds out his true identity. The show seemed to be following that course, but thanks

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New to Streaming: ‘Trespass Against Us,’ ‘In the Loop,’ ‘Detour,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Closet Monster (Stephen Dunn)

Writer/director Stephen Dunn’s feature debut Closet Monster cares little about convention to tell the story of Oscar Madly (Connor Jessup) growing up with a psychological revulsion to his sexual urges, all thanks to an extremely disturbing event witnessed as a child. This prologue glimpse at his youth (played by Jack Fulton) is a mash-up of tough coming-of-age-dramatics and a dark-edged imaginative whimsy that intrigues to draw you closer.
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The 25 Best Fall 2016 Films We’ve Already Seen

Now that the summer is cooling down, we’re entering perhaps the best time of year for cinephiles, with a variety of festivals — some of which will hold premieres of our most-anticipated 2016 features — gearing up. As we do each year, after highlighting the best films offered thus far, we’ve set out to provide a comprehensive preview of the fall titles that should be on your radar, and we’ll first take a look at selections whose quality we can attest to. Ranging from acclaimed debuts at Sundance, Cannes, and more, we’ve rounded up 25 titles that will arrive from September to December (in the U.S.) and are all well worth seeking out.

As a note, these didn’t make the cut, but you can see our reviews at the links: White Girl (9/2), Other People (9/9), London Road (9/9), Goat (9/23), Sand Storm (9/28), Do Not Resist (9/30), The Birth of a Nation (10/7), Desierto
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Outfest 2016: 5 Great Films We’ve Seen (That You Should See Too)

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Outfest 2016: 5 Great Films We’ve Seen (That You Should See Too)
The 2016 Outfest Los Angeles Lgbt Film Festival has a little for everyone this year. One of the city’s biggest showcases for Lgbt stories has competition screenings, retrospectives, diversity panels and even a Vr workshop (all of which you can find in their 2016 film guide).

Among the festival offerings are a handful of films we’ve been lucky enough to see elsewhere. Below, we’ve gathered thoughts on some of the titles we can guarantee are valuable additions to your Outfest screening schedule.

The Intervention

Clea DuVall has been a familiar face in movies and on TV since she was in her teens (she recently told Indiewire that her schooling mostly came from her working experiences, not high school or college), and she’s finally made the jump to directing with a Sundance breakout that spins “The Big Chill” into unexpected new directions. Starring a cast of other big indie
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See the North: Recent Canadian Cinema from an Oscar-Nominee and Newcomers at IFC Center

This weekend New Yorkers will have a change to dive into a selection of the best recent Canadian cinema thanks to a showcase created by Tiff and Telefilm Canada appropriately called "See the North." On April 1, 2 and 3 2016, audiences at the IFC Center in New York City will be treated to this curated program of Canada’s finest creative talent, with directors in attendance for intros and Q+A’s.

The series includes the most recent work my Oscar-nominated filmmaker Philippe Falardeau ("Monsieur Lazhar"), an Lgbt-themed debut, and a drama starring Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood.

Here is the full lineup:

"Closet Monster" – Ontario/Newfoundland

A film by Stephen Dunn

Starring Connor Jessup, Aaron Abrams, Joanne Kelly, Aliocha Schneider, Sofia Banzhaf, Jack Fulton, Mary Walsh, Isabella Rossellini

Rt: 90min

U.S. Distributor: Strand Releasing

Screening: 4/1 at 9:30pm with intro and Q + A from director Stephen Dunn

Canada Goose Award for Best Canadian Feature Film, 2015 Toronto International Film Festival

An East Coast teenager and aspiring special-effects makeup artist (Connor Jessup, Blackbird, 2012 Tiff Rising Star) struggles with both his sexuality and his fear of his macho father, in this imaginative twist on the coming-of-age tale from first-time feature director Stephen Dunn.

"The Demons" (Les démons) – Quebec

A film by Philippe Lesage

Starring: Edouard Tremblay-Grenier, Pier-Luc Funk, Pascale Buissière

Rt: 118min

Sales Agent: FunFilm Distribution

Screening: 4/2 at 9:30pm with intro and Q + A with director Philippe Lesage

While Montreal is in the throes of a string of kidnappings targeting young boys, 10-year-old Felix is finishing his school year in the seemingly quiet suburb where he lives. A sensitive boy with a vivid imagination, Felix is afraid of everything. Little by little, his imaginary demons begin to mirror those of the increasingly disturbing world around him.

"Into the Fores" – British Columbia/Ontario

A film by Patricia Rozema

Starring Ellen Page, Evan Rachel Wood, Max Minghella, Callum Keith Rennie, Michael Eklund, Wendy Crewson

Rt: 101min

U.S. Distributor: A24 Films

Screening: 4/1 at 7:00pm with intro and Q + A from director Patricia Rozema

Two sisters (Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood) struggle to survive in a remote country house after a continent-wide power outage, in this gripping apocalyptic drama by one of Canada’s most celebrated filmmakers.

"My Internship in Canda" (Guibord s'en va-t-en guerre) – Quebec

A film by Philippe Falardeau

Starring Patrick Huard, Irdens Exantus, Clémence Dufresne-Deslières and Suzanne Clément

Produced by Luc Déry, Kim Mccraw

Rt: 108min

Sales Agent: Film Distribution

Screening: 4/2 at 7:00pm with intro and Q+A from director Philippe Falardeau

Guibord is an independent Member of Parliament representing a vast county in Northern Quebec who unwillingly finds himself in the awkward position of determining whether Canada will go to war. Accompanied by his wife, daughter and Souverain (Sovereign) Pascal, an idealistic intern from Haiti, Guibord travels across his district in order to consult his constituents and face his own conscience. This film is a sharp political satire in which politicians, citizens and lobbyists go head-to-head while tearing democracy to shreds.

"Our Loved Ones" (Les Êtres Chers) – Quebec

A film by Anne Émond

Starring: Maxim Gaudette, Karelle Tremblay, Valérie Cadieux, Mickaël Gouin

Rt: 102min

Sales Agent: Wide Management

Screening: 4/3 at 7:00pm with intro and Q+A from director Anne Émond

The story begins in 1978 in a small town on the Lower St.-Lawrence where the Leblanc family is rocked by the tragic death of Guy, found dead in the basement of the family home. For many years, the real cause of his death is hidden from certain members of the family, his son David among them. David starts his own family with his wife Marie and lovingly raises his children, Laurence and Frédéric, but deep down he still carries with him a kind of unhappiness. Our Loved Ones is a film of filial love, family secrets, redemption and inherited fate. Featuring 2015 Tiff Rising Star Karelle Tremblay.

"Sleeping Giant" (Le géant endormi) – Ontario

A film by Andrew Cividino

Starring: Jackson Martin, Nick Serino, Reece Moffett, David Disher, Erika Brodzky, Katelyn McKerracher, Lorraine Philp

Rt: 90min

U.S. Distributor: FilmBuff

Screening: 4/3 at 9:30pm with intro and Q+A from director Andrew Cividino

City of Toronto Award for Best Canadian First Feature Film, 2015 Toronto International Film Festival

Spending his summer vacation on rugged Lake Superior, teenager Adam befriends Riley and Nate, smart-aleck cousins who pass their ample free time with pranks, vandalism and reckless cliff jumping. The revelation of a hurtful secret sets in motion a series of irreversible events that test the bonds of friendship and change the boys forever.
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‘Pay the Ghost’ Review

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Stars: Nicolas Cage, Sarah Wayne Callies, Jack Fulton, Lyriq Bent, Lauren Beatty, Stephen McHattie, Veronica Ferres | Written by Dan Kay | Directed by Uli Edel

You can’t say Nicolas Cage rests on his laurels. After previously going all religious with Left Behind, the rapture-based movie from last year, he heads to the dark side of life for the supernatural thriller Pay the Ghost. Although caution is needed… Previously Cage took on the horror genre with a remake of The Wicker Man and we all now how that turned out!

Almost a year after his young son disappeared by his side on Halloween night in New York City, Mike (Cage) is alone and haunted by terrifying visions of his son. Desperate but determined not to let go he researches all the cases of missing children in the city and comes to a horrifying conclusion. After bombarding the detective in charge of
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