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Red band trailer for The Night Before full of bromance and vomit


YOU CAME IN LIKE A WRECKING BALL
Jul 28
// Matthew Razak
The first trailer for The Night Before, a film that will hopefully be a new holiday classic for adults, is here and its full of what you'd expect from a film with Seth Rogen. There's plenty of dumb comedy and drug use and cam...

Vacation reboot gets a trailer and it is what it is (NSFW)

May 07 // Matthew Razak
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Is Walley World really worth it?
If you're of a certain age than National Lampoon's Vacation is pretty much sacred comedy territory. A movie that you fondly remember watching repeatedly on VHS or whatever random station it popped up on, followed, of cou...

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Ted 2 Red Band trailer proves curse words make things funnier


Apr 27
// Matthew Razak
The first trailer for Ted 2 was funny and quite promising, but you can't really get the flavor for a McFarlane comedy without at least five actual curse words being used. Thank goodness for red band trailers. In the seco...
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First trailer for Spy brings Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig back again


Limp-dicked unicorn is gonna be my new go to
Jan 13
// Matthew Razak
Melissa McCarth and Paul Feig are like bestest comedy buddies, and their efforts turn out pretty solid as Bridesmaids and The Heat (Nick was too harsh) can attest to. The pair are pairing up again for a spy sp...

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Here is Nymphomaniac's nudity filled Director's cut teaser


I cannot even begin to stress how NSFW this is
Sep 04
// Matthew Razak
Seriously, not safe for work. Damn near not safe for life. Lars von Triers sex filled Nymphomaniac was split into two films and edited for the theatrical release. We reviewed the first and found it interesting to say the lea...
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Flix for Short: Butter Ya'Self (NSFW)


A stop motion rap about food
Jun 27
// Liz Rugg
Presenting: Butter Ya'Self, a stop-motion animation of food rapping about food. You're welcome. Butter Ya'Self was created by a bunch of people at CalArts, but specifically by Julian Petschek. The characters are all voiced b...
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NSFW: Red band trailer for Filth sure is filthy


Mar 21
// Liz Rugg
James McAvoy stars in Filth as Scottish Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson, a man with a lot of vices who'll do anything to get his way. This red band trailer for Filth is very NSFW, so you can check it out below, along with ...
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New Red Band Sabotage trailer brings us more Arnold


Drug cartels, DEA and danger!
Mar 19
// Matthew Razak
I'm not quite sure we're all actually excited enough for Sabotage, because we really should be. After the last red band I thought we'd all be on board with Arnold taking on a drug cartel with a bunch of other awesome people ...
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Flix for Short: A Day for Cake and Accidents


"This cake is cloying and thick like Summer"
Mar 07
// Liz Rugg
A Day for Cake and Accidents is an animated short film, and a collaboration between artists Steve Reinke and Jessie Mott. The absurdest work focuses on a nonsensical birthday party, though some of the attendees seem preoccupi...
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New red band trailer for Schwarzenegger lead Sabotage


More guns, cuss words and Arnold than that lame green band one before
Feb 07
// Matthew Razak
Look, with a cast containing Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sam Worthington, Terrence Howard, Joe Manganiello and Josh Holloway you wouldn't be making any major logic leaps to think that Sabotage was just another dumb acti...
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Teaser for Under The Skin is somehow both creepy and sexy


...probably because of all that Scarlett Johansson
Sep 03
// Nick Valdez
The first teaser for Jonathan Glazer's Under The Skin (starring Scarlett Johansson) is pretty darn weird. Clocking in at under a minute, the teaser shows so much yet so little. All there really is to know is that Scarle...
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Jennifer Lawrence once again close to naked as Mystique


May 20
// Matthew Razak
One of our most popular posts here at Flixist is an old video of Jennifer Lawerence as Mystique in X:Men: First Class. It's because she's damn near naked. The Internet obviously likes seeing her covered in blue scales, and ne...
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Mondo's Fantastic Fest horror/Halloween posters - NSFWish


Oct 07
// Liz Rugg
At a random time today (that's how they roll!) Mondo is going to be releasing these new Fantastic Fest 2011 posters, all of which have a horror theme for Halloween! Except for the Mondo Fantastic Fest poster, that is. If you'...
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Red band trailer: The Thing


Sep 20
// Maxwell Roahrig
And here we are with a potentially NSFW trailer for the remake/reboot/prequel/dumb The Thing. You know, I was cautiously excited for this flick. As a big fan of John Carpenter's work, more The Thing can only be good, ri...
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Underground filmmaker George Kuchar dies at age 69


Sep 07
// Liz Rugg
The underground and experimental cinema community lost one of its great founding members. George Kuchar died last night at the age of 69. Most remembered for his lo-fi yet outrageous films, George, along with his twin brother...
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NSFW Video: See Jennifer Lawrence as nude, blue Mystique


Aug 31
// Liz Rugg
We already know that the lovely Jennifer Lawrence plays Mystique in 2011's X-Men: First Class. We also already know that she's basically naked and blue most of time. But what we might not have known is that all her blue-ness...
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Redband trailer: A Good Old Fashioned Orgy


Aug 15
// Alex Katz
Update: Apparently, Trailer Addict keeps listing this as removed, due to a request from the publisher, but it's actually not. If you refresh the page a time or two, the video should appear as normal. If you're not a fan of J...
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Drafthouse Films to distribute post-apocalyptic DDR film


Aug 01
// Alex Katz
Technically, it's called Beat-Beat Revelation in the film, but let's not split hairs. Drafthouse Films, which is owned by the folks that own the infamous Alamo Drafthouse, has bought the rights to The FP, the aforementio...
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Paz de la Huerta will star in Nurse 3D, as will her boobs


Jul 14
// Andres Bolivar
Lionsgate and V Magazine has just released the concept art for the upcoming horror film Nurse 3D starring the ever so constantly naked, Paz de la Huerta. Pictured in the concept art is Paz de la Huerta, nude (yet again) and c...

The Cult Club: Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991)

Jul 11 // Liz Rugg
First off, the dubbing in the English version of the movie is absolutely horrendous. I don't think there's any instance in any scene where dialogue looks like the character is actually saying it. This atrocity instantly undermines any sense of quality about the movie because it's such a blatant distraction. You can't get involved with any of the characters or themes even if you wanted to (not that there's much there anyway). Throughout the entire movie, you are reminded by the horrible dubbing that you are watching something low-budget and silly that is trying desperately not to be. The beginning of the movie sets the stage with a narrated text informing the viewer that in the year 2001, capitalist governments (this is a Chinese movie, after all) have privatized the prison system, and we quickly learn that the prison is separated into four quadrants: North, South, East and West. Each of which are essentially governed by a lead-badass prisoner who are known collectively as The Gang of Four, and the Warden and the Assistant Warden are in control of the whole place. The first time we meet the fabled Ricky is as he is being admitted into the prison. After it is announced that he is serving time for manslaughter, he sets off a metal detector in the processing room. Thanks to a conveniently located, upright, chest-x-ray machine, we learn that Ricky has five bullets embedded in his torso. No Big Deal. Ricky says they are his “souvenirs”. Ricky's troubles with the other inmates start soon after he is admitted, when a small gang of thugs skin an old man's face in the bathroom - I told you it was gory. Ricky trips the leader thug causing him to fall on a piece of wood with some nails sticking out of it(?), which punctures through his hand and into his eye. The gang leader that Ricky tripped soon sends a really fat convict after Ricky in hopes of killing him and this leads to the first real fight of the movie. You have to understand that the fight scenes of Riki-Oh are gloriously awful. They have been mentioned on countless “Best Worst Fights” lists and for good reason. The special effects in these scenes not only look incredibly fake, but they're also choreographed to be so violent that you often cringe even though you're laughing hysterically. Riki-Oh ends up being an unusually drastic juxtaposition of horror and campiness. [embed]199552:36861[/embed] Around the same time as the fat guy is being destroyed by Ricky, the old man whose face was pared was bullied so much that he hung himself (in the hallway for some reason.) Ricky is very upset by the loss of his (apparent) friend and goes on an all out screaming and punching rampage alone in the rain. (Seriously.) From that point on, Ricky decides to become the champion of justice in the prison, using his super-human strength which is eventually revealed, in a flashback, as the mystical Qigong (pronounced Chi-Kung) fighting style. We also learn that Ricky's uncle taught him Qigong by tossing gravestones at him and had Ricky punch through them. Yes, really. Ricky's new-found cause upsets the prison's Assistant Warden (who, if you look closely, keeps an extensive porn collection in his office) and he sends Oscar, the leader of the North Cell to fight Ricky. Watch this clip from the fight below, it will blow your friggin' mind. [embed]199552:36860[/embed] After the fight with Oscar, the Assistant Warden sends bigger and tougher enemies after Ricky, who becomes almost like a rebel leader for the rest of the prisoners ... for some reason. Ricky causes more and more trouble for the Gang of Four and the Assistant Warden, until at the end of the movie the Warden himself faces off against Ricky and it becomes an all-out blood-flood. This may sound ridiculous, but there is really no better way to describe it.  Riki-Oh has become infamous because of people sampling parts of the movie's outrageous fight scenes, and Riki-Oh clips have frequented outlets such as The Daily Show and the website YTMND in the past. The way that I heard about Riki-Oh was actually through The Angry Video Game Nerd – it's one of his top favorite movies. One of the things about this movie that makes it so damn entertaining is how serious it takes itself. Fan Siu-wong, the actor who plays Ricky, plays his character with an enormous amount of over-emphasized passion and focused intensity, but he tries so hard that he ultimately gets laughed out the door. The same can be said about the rest of the movie. It tries so hard to be a scary and thrilling "real" movie, with a lot of work being put into the sets and effects (laughable as they may be) and there are adult themes that are addressed in the movie such as drugs, opium, rape, suicide, revenge, and prison corruption. But none of this adds up to a successful movie by standard thinking. However willfully the creators tried, Riki-Oh is doomed by terrible English dubbing and gore on par with a junior-high school play trying to be like a horror movie. But of course, that is precisely what makes the film so absolutely enjoyable to watch. You can't watch Riki-Oh without laughing and flinching. It will surprise you with its entertaining, though completely unintentional, absurdity. I really can't emphasize enough just how much fun it is to watch Riki-Oh!  If you are a fan of poorly-made and needlessly bloody movies that still manage to be hilarious and full of unexpected twists, you have to give Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky a shot. It is truly a cult classic that is worth your time. I haven't even really scratched the surface of all the insane stuff in this movie. I left plenty of surprises! If you ever get the chance to watch Riki-Oh, DO IT. Below is a collection of clips from this masterpiece. Enjoy. [embed]199552:36862[/embed] Next Month... Geoff Henao becomes embattled in Battle Royale! PREVIOUSLY SHOWING AT THE CULT CLUB February: Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1965) March: Django (1966) April: Alice In Wonderland XXX (1976) May: Troll 2 (1990) June: Cannibal Holocaust (1980)
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Bad Teacher gag reel


Jun 17
// Tom Fronczak
Okay, so Green Lantern turned out to be pretty mediocre -- shocking, I know -- but Mr. Popper's Penguins ended up being decent. However, for those of you who don't want a family movie or yet another super hero story, Bad Tea...
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Every curse word in Pulp Fiction is kinda short(NSFW)


Jun 15
// Alex Katz
I was really expecting a compilation of every curse in Pulp Fiction to last a solid ten minutes. Only three minutes and twenty seconds? Really? Never would have guessed it'd be this short. Anyway, this one's g...

The Cult Club: Cannibal Holocaust (1980)

Jun 10 // Andres Bolivar
Directed by Italian director Ruggero Deodato in 1980, Cannibal Holocaust follows the story of Alan Yates and his film crew who have gone missing after they set out to the Amazon in hopes to capture footage of Yanamomo, a cannibalistic tribe that no man has ever seen and lived to tell about it. Being two films in one, the first half follows anthropologist Harold Monroe (played by Robert Kerman who also starred in famous porno flick Debbie Does Dallas) and his quest to recover the remaining footage. The second half comprises of the “found footage," known as the Green Inferno, as we follow Yates and crew wreak havoc upon the indigenous tribes of the area and committing heinous acts and passing it off as the actions of the tribes in hopes of boosting their ratings. What happens in the end is… well… not a good time. Cannibal Holocaust is one of those films that people use to test their threshold for all things horrible. Similar to the reason why anybody would watch such films as The Human Centipede or A Serbian Film, they provide a scrupulous amount of brutality and sensationalism disguised by social commentary and heavy-handed messages. For a film made in the 80s, the caliber of sheer brutality does not falter as it is chock full of scenes of rape, mutilation and even animal cruelty.  Want to see a dick get chopped off? How about a brutal rape with a stone dick? How about just seeing scary brown people touch a former porn star’s dick? Well you’ve come to the right place. What sets Cannibal Holocaust apart from the shock and awe films of today is that, at one time, the viewing public thought it to be reality. Borrowing heavily from the Mondo film genre, director Ruggero Deodato created an intricate folklore about the film, leading most to believe that the Green Inferno portion of the film was actual footage of death and massacre. It had gotten to the point that Italian officials confiscated the film negatives and Deodato was indicted for the murder of his actors. Of course, all this was cleared up quickly when the actual actors testified, but it only added to the allure of the film. I even remember as a child being told about this film where the director actually killed his actors so he can get an authentic scene. Watching the film now, it all seems rather silly that people actually thought these people died on film, but not too long ago people were arguing the authenticity of The Blair Witch Project. Since Cannibal Holocaust (and even The Blair Witch Project), a slew of found footage films have popped up to a point that we get a sh*tty Paranormal Activity movie every year. Still, none really matched the seriousness that was Deodato’s situation. Other than the lore of actually murdering his actors, Cannibal Holocaust is also famous for pissing off animal rights activists by killing so many animals on screen. By my count, Deodato killed a muskrat, a snake, a monkey and a pig all for the sake of the shot. It’s brutal, yes, but none of it compares to what they did to that poor defenseless turtle: [embed]199241:36756[/embed] Now, I’m not any kind of animal activist; by and large, I believe animals were put on this Earth for me to eat. I have been pestered by those stupid people in New York who try to show you what actually goes on in these meat processing plants and all it did was make me hungry for a burger. Still, seeing them actually rip apart that turtle rocked me to my core and is possibly the only time footage has ever made me really queasy. I realize it's very hypocritical considering there is actual footage within the film of genocide and firing squads, yet nothing really stuck to me much like seeing that turtles insides bubble as its decapitated head was still snapping. Other than the brutal nature and extreme violence, the one thing that truly rubbed me the wrong way is the heavy handed message. Going for the whole "Modern Society are the real cannibals" message, Deodato tries way too hard to warrant such visual atrocities with social commentary. While the thought of a film crew raping and murdering indigenous people for the sake of footage is an interesting concept, the constant allusions to Vietnam and the news media begin to over-saturate the film. The film goes to ridiculous lengths, such as gang raping a poor tribeswoman, putting her on a pike and passing it off as the brutal actions of devolved cannibalistic tribe. When the film culminated to a gratuitous sex scene in which two of the film crew have sex on the charred remains of the village they just burned down AS THE VILLAGERS WATCHED, I nearly lost it. It’s apparent that subtlety isn’t a thing that exists in the world of Cannibal Holocaust. It’s a good message, yea, but for the love of god, stop beating me over the head with it. Since Cannibal Holocaust, Ruggero Deodato has for the most part fallen off the face of the earth. Whispers of a sequel or a reboot were running the rumor mills for awhile, with the likes of Eli Roth and Rob Zombie attached to direct. In the end, Ruggero himself decided to head up the project, but due to a problem with funding the project was cancelled almost immediately. Still, at least he got a cameo in Hostel Part II out of it. When it’s all said and done, Cannibal Holocaust remains an integral part of film history. Its controversial nature, the fact that it was accused of murder and the sheer level of exploitative brutality makes for one of those experiences people seek out that is sure to rattle their core. I, in no way, think this is actually a good movie, but if you’re anything like me, it’s one of those necessary stops in the tour of f*cked up movies to watch. If you ever do want to watch it, good luck finding it, as Best Buy and your neighborhood Wal-Mart definitely aren’t carrying it. Still, you could always try and ordering it straight from the official website: Tune in next month where our very own cannibal Liz Rugg will cover the epicness that is Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky. Allow me to say, that movie is all kinds of f*cking awesome. I’m sorry I cursed, but there’s really no other way to describe it. PREVIOUSLY SHOWING AT THE CULT CLUB February: Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1964) March: Django (1965) April: Alice in Wonderland: An X-Rated Musical Comedy (1976) May: Troll 2 (1990)
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Trailer for Tabloid covers crazy 1977 Mormon sex scandal


Jun 10
// Tom Fronczak
No, not that Mormon sex scandal. Not that one either. Or that one. Or that. Okay, so there have been quite a few in the past, but this one is less about religion and more of a battle of "he said" versus "she said." Joyce Ber...
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The Girl with the Dragon Tittoo has the breast poster


Jun 08
// Alex Katz
The poster for the upcoming Girl with the Dragon Tattoo remake is fairly risque. In fact, the header image is about the limit of what I can post of it without worrying about offending someone's delicate sensibilities. Af...
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The 100 greatest movie threats of all time


Jun 02
// Josh Parker
We've posted a lot of entertaining compilation videos in the past, but this one may be my favorite. Nearly twelve minutes of hilarious, creative, vulgar, and just flat out ridiculous threats from various films. The video is ...
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Shannon Elizabeth will attend American Reunion


May 31
// Andres Bolivar
Good news for those who refuse to watch the upcoming American Pie sequel due to Shannon Elizabeth’s absence (all three of you). Variety reports that Shannon Elizabeth, who played the titular (hehe) Nadia in the original...
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Trailer: I Don't Know How She Does It


May 27
// Geoff Henao
I Don't Know How She Does It, based off of the trailer, is a by-the-numbers film starring Flixist fan-favorite Sarah Jessica Parker as a businesswoman struggling to balance her work, social life, and kids. Throughout her jou...
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American Pie 4 release date, plot, & topless casting call


May 19
// Tom Fronczak
A few months ago we brought you news that a fourth official American Pie movie was in the works for the big screen, and that Jason Biggs, Seann William Scott, and Eugene Levy had already agreed to do American Reunion. Since t...
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Trailer: Sleeping Beauty (NSFW)


Apr 14
// Glenn Morris
Still content with starring in modern fairy tales featuring brothels, actress Emily Browning looks to have moved on from the disaster of Sucker Punch to star in something both similar and leagues removed. While the former fea...

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