From director Michael Goi, Mary is a new horror movie starring Gary Oldman, Emily Mortimer and Jennifer Esposito.
The scares begin soon after a family interested in starting a charter-boat business buys a ship that holds terrifying secrets. Secrets that only surface once they’re out on isolated waters with no one else around…
The idea of ghosts and demons are certainly scary enough for me. What’s interesting is that Mary is taking the scares to the open sea. I therefore wish the best of luck to all the non-swimmers and thalassophobics (those with an intense and persistent fear of the sea and distance from land), who happen to love horror movies.
I haven’t quite figured out where the family are supposed to be from based on their accents. Any ideas?
Stefanie Scott, Owen Teague, Michael Landes, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Natalie Jean, Chloe Perrin, Claire Byrne, Kathryn Kellly and Griffin Hood also star.
Directed by and starring Greg Kinnear, Phil is a new drama / comedy about Phil, a depressed dentist who happens to be going through a mid life crisis. After one of his happiest patients suddenly commits suicide, Phil goes above and beyond to find out why.
Additional Key cast includes Taylor Schilling ,Bradley Whitford, Emily Mortimer…
The subject of depression is certainly interesting and Kinnear has always been good at playing troubled characters. It now looks as though his directorial debut will also be notable. Bring on the dark humour! I’m ready.
Eoin Bates, April Cameron, Megan Charpentier, Jarret Cody, Scott Crouch, Sarah Dugdale, Jay Duplass, Robert Forster and Isaiah Lehtinen also star.
Co-written and directed by Til Schweiger, Head Full Of Honey is the story of a man suffering from Alzheimer’s who embarks on a final road trip with his granddaughter.
Key cast includes Matt Dillon, Nick Nolte, Emily Mortimer, Claire Forlani, Eric Roberts…
I couldn’t help but notice what a good casting choice it was to have Nolte and Dillon play father and son. They kind of look alike, no? My overactive imagination also has me picturing an actual head full of honey. A visual that makes me think of two things ‘yummy’ and ‘Winnie The Pooh.’
I’m basically already preparing myself for film-induced weeping with this one. Fingers crossed it’ll all be worth it.
The Party is a new drama / comedy that starts as a celebration and ends with blood on the floor. The film’s very talented cast includes Kristin Scott Thomas, Timothy Spall, Emily Mortimer, Cillian Murphy, Patricia Clarkson…
Watching this rather good trailer reminded me so much of how much I love this kind of film. The kind where adults are stuck in a relatively confined space and they’re forced to resolve any issues they may have with each other, usually resulting in brilliant comic moments. In case my description doesn’t paint a clear enough picture, watch Roman Polanski’s Carnage (2011), a film with great dialogue and a truly brilliant cast, not unlike this one.
Written and directed by Sally Potter; Bruno Ganz also stars.
Starring Michelle Dockery, Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling and Emily Mortimer, The Sense Of An Ending tells the story of a reclusive man who’s forced to relook at his flawed conduct as a young man and re-think his current situation in life…
I want to see this to find out about the extent of Broadbent’s character’s regrets and precisely what he can do to redeem himself if possible. Just what hand did he have in his best friend’s demise?
Directed by Ritesh Batra and based on the novel by Julian Barnes, I really like this trailer – including the music. The cast is so good that it simply must deliver.
For those in love with love, I think today’s trailer might be for you. Rio, I Love You is a series of short films set in the sunny Brazilian city and brought to us by numerous talented directors including Paolo Sorrentino, John Turturro and Guillermo Arriaga…
You don’t have to be completely in love with love, or even in love with Rio, for Rio, I love You to intrigue you. You just have to want to know more about the characters presented in the this rather energising trailer. I for one, find myself very curious indeed. Thanks to the editing, music and snippets of the stories in love’s various stages and forms.
Rodrigo Santoro, Emily Mortimer, Vincent Cassel, Ryan Kwanten and John Turturro are some of the key cast.