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Trailer is found for quirky indie film Dave Made a Maze

When you were a kid, did you ever make forts out of cardboard? As well as swords, armor, action figures, and pretend Playstations with little cardboard disks? Probably not the last few things, since you probably weren't dirt poor like me, but kids making things out of cardboard for fun seems to be a normal kid thing to do. Like most things, children's imaginations help to fill...
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Poster for Brigsby Bear starring Mark Hamill and Kyle Mooney released!

I'm really looking forward to the dark comedy BRIGSBY BEAR. I just love the story about, according to the official press release from Sony Pictures Classics, " Brigsby Bear Adventures...a children's TV show produced for an audience of one: James ( Kyle Mooney ). When the show abruptly ends, James's life changes forever, he sets out to finish the story himself and must...
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Kirsten Dunst alters her state of mind in trippy Woodshock trailer

Kirsten Dunst has been making some interesting acting choices in the ten years since her SPIDER-MAN days, including MELANCHOLIA, MIDNIGHT SPECIAL and this year’s THE BEGUILED. We can now add WOODSHOCK to the list, a film about a woman grieving over the death of her mother with the use of a particularly heavy and affecting cannabinoid drug. The trailer is suitably hallucinogenic...
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The Last Airbender-like comic, The Nameless City, to get an animated series!

We've got some truly awesome news for Indie comic book fans today, as its been announced that writer and artist Faith Erin Hicks' graphic novel trilogy THE NAMELESS CITY is lining up to be adapted for the small screen, courtesy of Frederator Studios! So far as we know, the three books will be broken up into 12 half-hour lone episodes, with each graphic novel being translated...
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Trailer and clips released for thriller Detour starring Tye Sheridan

Tye Sheridan is having a good few years. First he played in acclaimed indie fair like TREE OF LIFE, MUD, and JOE, then recently played CYCLOPS in X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, and is now currently starring in the highly-anticipated READY PLAYER ONE adaptation from Steven Spielberg . Now he has the indie thriller DETOUR coming out. Here's a trailer: So the film has a cool...
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Ink & Pixel: The Babadook

Ink & Pixel is a source of pride and joy for me as a writer and as such, I'm always striving to take this column further for those who read and enjoy it. In an effort to widen the reach of our continuously growing fan-base, Ink & Pixel has broadened its horizons with the inclusion of films from the Horror, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, and Fantasy genres. Additionally, if you...
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Exclusive: New trailer released for quirky indie comedy Odd Brodsky

ODD BRODSKY is a fun, quirky indie comedy from director Cindy Baer and star Tegan Ashton Cohan. It's the winner of 20 film festival awards, an official selection of 29 film festivals, and included on "Best Films of the Year" lists for Rogue Cinema and The Reel Critic. Now JoBlo has the exclusive on the new trailer for the film! Check it out...
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John Fallon's The Shelter is now available on VOD and in select theaters!

THE SHELTER is a contained horror film written, directed, and produced by Arrow in the Head's very own John Fallon and is co-produced by Fallon's horror knowledge seems to have some in handy, as there are some nice, creepy shots in the trailer for the film and the story definitely has some potential, so I'll definitely be checking this out when it...
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Woody Harrelson stars in indie comedy Wilson, based on graphic novel

I always love it when non-superhero graphic novels get turned into films. GHOST WORLD, AMERICAN SPLENDOR, and BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR (yep!) are all great, unique films. Hell, you could even potentially lump SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD into that list as well. What's great about graphic novels is that they usually have a single author, making it easier for idiosyncrasy to shine...
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Sofia Coppola to direct Civil War drama Beguiled

You know what, I really like Sophia Coppola's films. Admittedly, I have not seen her entire canon, but I really enjoyed THE VIRGIN SUICIDES, LOST IN TRANSLATION, and SOMEWHERE. I believe that when her films work, they have a beautiful, lyrical style that is captivating. They can sometimes be light on plot, but are usually, in my opinion, made up for in mood and atmosphere. This...
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It's Halloween! Horror film The Eyes of the Mother releases new trailer

It's Halloween! And there's no better time watch horror movies! Except maybe on dates, or getting drunk with friends, or when you're alone and bored and have to distract yourself from the existential crisis your life has become. Anyway, here's a new trailer for the black-and-white art house horror film THE EYES OF THE MOTHER. Let's have a look-see, shall we?...
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Review: Coming Through the Rye

PLOT : In 1969, a young man obsessed with the novel “Catcher in the Rye” is inspired to write a play based on the book. Soon, he finds himself on an illuminating road trip searching for J.D. Salinger to get his permission to perform his work on stage. REVIEW : There is something truly special about a coming-of-age drama that manages to create wonderfully flawed and...
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