ComedyDramaNoirReviewsSci-FiTV
ActionDramaFilmMusicNoirThe Tomb

Mondo Presents the Premiere Vinyl Pressing of THE BATMAN Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (9 March)

Mondo Presents the Premiere Vinyl Pressing of THE BATMAN Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (9 March)

​​Mondo, in partnership with WaterTower Music, is proud to present Michael Giacchino’s absolutely brilliant score to Matt Reeves’ highly anticipated The Batman, ​​which stars Robert Pattinson in the dual role of Gotham City’s vigilante detective and his alter ego, reclusive billionaire Bruce Wayne.

“Unmask the truth.”

PRESS PLAY ►

DramaEroticaFilmHorrorNoirSlasherThe TombThriller

WILD THINGS & CANDYMAN Available on 4K ULTRA HD from Arrow Video (23 May)

WILD THINGS & CANDYMAN Available on 4K ULTRA HD from Arrow Video (23 May)

Presented by Arrow Video in new 4K restorations of its original theatrical version and extended ‘Unrated Edition’, Wild Things is a classic piece of sexy late-90s neo-noir.

Dare you say his name five times? From the chilling imagination of horror master Clive Barker comes Candyman – one of the greatest horror movies of the ‘90s, now newly restored on 4K UHD.

“Be wild. Be wicked. Beware.”

PRESS PLAY ►

BooksDramaFilmNoirSlasherThe TombThriller

Brian De Palma’s Assistant Sam Irvin Reveals All About the Making of DRESSED TO KILL in BOOBS & BLOOD Magazine

Brian De Palma's Assistant Sam Irvin Reveals All About the Making of DRESSED TO KILL in BOOBS & BLOOD Magazine

Sam Irvin, former personal assistant to Brain De Palma, celebrates the 40th Anniversary of De Palma’s Dressed to Kill, with the publication of his personal experiences during the making of this classic horror-thriller, starring Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson and Nancy Allen.

“Despite my formal education in cinematic arts, my real film school was the time I spent with De Palma. Every riveting minute of it.”

PRESS PLAY ►

FilmHorrorInterviewsNoirThriller

An Interview with Director Michael Fausti, The Ingress Tapes, Dead Celebrities, EXIT (Part II: British Filmmaking, Brexit & Social Horror)

An Interview with Director Michael Fausti, The Ingress Tapes, Dead Celebrities, EXIT (Part II: British Filmmaking, Brexit & Social Horror)

Continuing from our previous interview, Attack from Planet B talked with Michael Fausti regarding his first feature film EXIT, and the various influences that have helped shape him as a filmmaker.

“The early stages of writing took place at the same time as the European Referendum, so inevitably this was always going to have an influence. Our original premise for a story set in a single, insular location, seemed the perfect starting point for a Brexit inspired horror film.”

PRESS PLAY ►

FantasyFilmHorrorNoirReviewsThriller

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920, Germany) Review

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920, Germany) Review

It is safe to say that this is cinematic artistry at its very best. This horror, although silent, screams of an unhinged nightmare full off vivid expressionistic imagery. From the beginning the film’s soundtrack alerts the viewer that something dark and sinister is on the cards. The set is the work of a mastermind and with the scenery being uneven and far from any utopian environment, this is reflected in the twisted music.

“Dr. Caligari and his mysterious slave – the black and white phantom who lives in a cabinet and goes forth in his sleep to do his master’s bidding.”

PRESS PLAY ►

ActionDramaFantasyFilmNoirReviews

The Crow (1994, USA) Review

The Crow (1994, USA) Review

Dark, poetic and a visual masterpiece.

The Crow is a movie that is very much dear to my heart. Released in 1994 on the back of some very serious hype (for all the wrong reasons) involving the death of star Brandon Lee, it was billed as a sort of adult version of Tim Burton’s Batman. I can clearly see why people would perceive this as it’s a very dark piece. Audiences hadn’t really seen many movies stylistically like Burton’s Batman, so it was easier to class them in the same vein. Even more so with both being comic book incarnations…

“It can’t rain all the time.”

PRESS PLAY ►

FilmHorrorInterviewsNoirSlasher

Hunting for Skinner: Writer Paul Hart-Wilden Fleshes Out the Search for a Lost Horror Movie

Hunting for Skinner: Writer Paul Hart-Wilden Fleshes Out the Search for a Lost Horror Movie

Skinner was made back in the days when there was only one medium for film – 35mm. So, the hope had been that at some point the movie would be finished and released upon the world via various movie theatres. But the path out into the world wasn’t smooth.

“I realised pretty quickly that it wasn’t going to be the ‘next big step’ on my career path and was more of a big fucking stumble…”

PRESS PLAY ►

FilmHorrorInterviewsNoirThriller

An Interview with Director Michael Fausti, The Ingress Tapes, Dead Celebrities, EXIT

An Interview with Director Michael Fausti, The Ingress Tapes, Dead Celebrities, EXIT

The Ingress Tapes and Dead Celebrities are both witty, engaging and at times disturbing pieces and are effective for their conciseness. With their tight running times and often dream-like, art house aesthetic, Michael Fausti’s works act like a short sharp adrenaline shot.

“Real life can be truly horrific and a script always needs a strong foundation. Rooting a narrative in real life events or happenings is a good starting point.”

PRESS PLAY ►

FilmHorrorNoirReviews

The Ingress Tapes (2017, UK) Review

The Ingress Tapes (2017, UK) Review

‘There’s a few things I’d like to get off my mind before I go’ confesses the deep voice of an unseen man with a South London accent. Before us is a desk with three objects laid out on its surface; a reel to reel tape recorder, a telephone and an ashtray. In The Ingress Tapes we will hear the detailed and confessional musings of an unidentified criminal but intriguingly neither they nor their interviewer are ever identified, a detail which adds to the film’s overall atmosphere of ambiguity. It would appear that the tapes are first-hand accounts of a catalogue of brutal and shocking crimes.

“Fantasy, confession or evidence?”

PRESS PLAY ►

FilmHorrorNoirReviewsSlasher

Skinner (1993, USA) 101 Films Blu-ray Review

Skinner (1993, USA) 101 Films Blu-ray Review

Skinner is an American slasher flick that has been frequently and unfairly compared with Jonathan Demme’s The Silence of the Lambs (1991); overshadowed by a high-profile scandal involving its director Ivan Nagy, and his ex-girlfriend, the “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss; cut to shreds by the Motion Picture Association of America; whose original film elements were thought to be lost; and stars Ted Raimi in the leading role as Dennis Skinner! Yes, Skinner is sick, slick and most definitely sleazy!

“He’ll get under your skin.”

PRESS PLAY ►

AnimationComedyDocumentaryDramaFilmHorrorNoirScreeningsThriller

London Korean Film Festival 2019 Celebrates A Century of Korean Cinema

London Korean Film Festival 2019 Celebrates A Century of Korean Cinema

The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) has launched its full programme of films and events for the upcoming 14th edition, taking place from 1st-14th November in London before embarking on the annual tour 18th-24th November.

“Korean cinema continues to excite global audiences with a steady stream of titles that satisfy both artistic and commercial appetites.”

PRESS PLAY ►