Chris Morris, the Stanley Kubrick of Ruthless Satire, is back with a new movie. Hurrah! The Day Shall Come is another bitter satire about the hypocrisy of law enforcement agencies and the War on Terror. Moses Al Shabbaz (Marchánt Davis) is an impoverished preacher of a small Hebrew Israelite commune in Miami who doesn’t […]
For the state of Georgia, AMC Networks‘ The Walking Dead is pretty much its own “city” in and around the Atlanta area. Not only a major contributor to local businesses but also a tremendous boost to the state’s economy overall. The production locations themselves have proven to be major tourist attractions, as well as the […]
First, a bit of bad news: John Mulaney and Nick Kroll will not be hosting the 2019 Spirit Awards. I am just as sad as you are, because less Mulaney and Kroll makes for a very sad panda. But there is a ray of weirdo sunshine behind this news: Aubrey Plaza, the brilliantly deadpan comedian, […]
PaleyFest NY 2018 has released its official session schedule for the annual two-week celebration of the television series format. This year’s selection includes popular scripted series such as The Walking Dead, Outlander, and The Good Fight; as well as “reality” competition series Shark Tank and Top Chef. Doctor Who‘s David Tennant will also be holding […]
All good things must naturally come to an end (which has still in no way, shape, or form ever made me feel good about the process), and that’s where IFC finds itself with their Portland-set hipster satire series Portlandia. With their eighth and final season only a few months away, co-creators Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein […]
Saturday Night Live‘s Fred Armisen (Portlandia, Documentary Now) will be taking HBO viewers on a tour of a very “special” Mexico City, as the actor/writer/comedian is set to write, executive produce and star in the Spanish-language half-hour pilot Mexico City: Only Good Things Happen. Ana Fabrega and Julio Torres will write, co-executive produce, and star alongside Armisen, with […]
I know I might be playing a little fast and loose with the rules here, since this is technically a film, but I actually went into The Last Broadcast blind when it mysteriously premiered one night years ago on IFC. At the time, IFC was known to show a ton more documentaries than they do […]
From Bleeding Cool reporter Jimmy Leszczynski: The deadpan horror comedy Stan Against Evil follows Stan Miller (John C. McGinley) and Evie Barret (Janet Varney) as they valiantly fight a plague of unleashed demons that have been haunting their quaint New England town…which just happens to be built on the site of a massive 17th century […]
Over the past few weeks, we’ve received some cool DVDs and Blu-ray releases in the mail. Today we’re going to examine a small selection and talk about the extras inside each one for those of you who may still be on the fence about purchasing them. Beyond The Gates IFC Midnight – May 2, 2017 […]
The BBC America series Orphan Black will be getting a big push for its season 3 premiere. AMC, who owns BBC America, is going to play the season opener at 10 PM April 18th across all of their networks. That means you will see it at the same time on AMC, SundanceTV, IFC and WeTV. […]
IFC has released a creepy little holiday video called: How The ‘Dook Stole Christmas. It features the Babadook, the creature from the recent horror movie of the same name. In The Babadook, Amelia (Essie Davis) struggles raising her out of control 6-year old Samuel (Noah Wiseman) who dreams of a monster that is coming to […]
Out There starts on IFC tonight. Here's your primer on Ryan Quincy's world.
I apologise now for the continued references to cacao in this story. I won't do it again.
I’m pleased and a little impressed by how these clips from Tom Six‘s The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence don’t look or feel anything like the first film. It’s not just that they’re in black and white, it’s also in the camera angles and movements, and the very different approach to depth of field. NOTE: […]
Do you find Christopher Nolan films a bit like Taco Bell Burritos – you enjoy one while you’re working on it, but could easily get stuck into another just a little while later? Then IFC films are coming to your rescue with a theatrical release for Nolan’s little-seen first feature, Following. Come discover where the […]