The first reviews from Telluride are in, and they’re pretty great.
In the meantime, the film has been added to the New York Film Festival lineup, and will be screened there on October 8.
12 Years a Slave opens on October 18.
The first thing fans of McQueen’s “Hunger” and “Shame” will notice here [...]
Yeah, let’s start with that last one. A new TV appearance has showed up on Garret’s list of credits at the IMDb: Memphis Beat, episode 2×06, “Body of Evidence.” No details yet except for the character’s name (Tim Wayne), but it’s too soon anyway. Season two of Memphis Beat premieres on Tuesday, June 14 at [...]
Getty Images has a few pics from the premiere of Oliver Sherman at the Toronto Film Festival yesterday. You can find them here.
Also, a couple of new interviews showed up yesterday and today. Tribute.ca has a video interview with Garret in which he talks about Amigo and Oliver Sherman. You can check it out at [...]
Winter’s Bone was screened at Sundance yesterday and the first reviews are pretty positive. Some snippets below.
A teenage girl’s resilience in the face of seemingly insurmountable physical and emotional obstacles just barely wards off the icy chill that cuts through “Winter’s Bone,” director Debra Granik’s bleak and exemplary sophomore feature. Following its brave heroine (an [...]
Dread Central has posted a short review of Burning Bright, from the AFM screening last week.
A surly stepfather (Garret Dillahunt) has had enough of his stepdaughter and autistic stepson so he does what anyone would do: Set loose a ravenous circus tiger in their home. Trapped inside during a terrible hurricane, the two step [...]
The first review of Burning Bright, now Ravenous, just showed up on Bloody-Disgusting.com. Here is a snippet (plot spoilers follow):
The movie opens with a hilarious exchange between Howie (Meatloaf) and Johnny Gavineau (Garret Dillahunt, who you might remember from THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT), where Johnny is looking to purchase a retired tiger from [...]
The Road was screened for the press yesterday and premiered today in Venice, so the first reviews are in. But you probably want to see this first:
For more clips from the film, go to TrailerAddict.com.
John Hillcoat, Joe Penhall, Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee were at the premiere. For some pics, visit Zimbio.
The Road has also [...]
Roger Friedman at Showbiz411 has posted his review of The Road. Here are a few quotes:
Hillcoat has done justice to McCarthy’s Pulitzer Prize winner. “The Road” is elegiac and moving, artful and yet suspenseful. No, it’s not a raucous good time. It can be thoughtful and grim. But here’s the interesting thing: Viggo Mortensen’s performance [...]
Esquire’s Tom Chiarella has a lengthy piece about The Road up (“The Road Is the Most Important Movie of the Year“) which is also the first official review of the film in a major publication. Here are some snippets:
The Road is no tease. It is a brilliantly directed adaptation of a beloved novel, a delicate [...]
Scott Knopf at FilmThreat.com posted a review of Water Pillls last week. Here is a snippet:
“Water Pills” is a strong film with a solid beginning, middle, and end. All of the major performances are note-worthy, especially the one from the film’s youngest star. While sharing the weight of the film with some talented co-stars, Anthony [...]