Cuban Fury Trailer

First trailer for Cuban Fury starring Nick Frost

Nov 14
Cuban Fury may not have a domestic release date yet (only releasing in the UK for now), but that doesn't make me want to see it any less. Nick Frost stars as a young salsa dance project who's trying to get back in the groove...

Only God Forgives UK Trailer

Gosling and Refn's Bangkok delight
Jul 04
Blimey. While you lot are out and about mingling and meeting 'Murica-ing, Ryan Gosling's hot face has been splattered all over a fancy new UK trailer for the Winding-Refn outing Only God Forgives. The new trailer shows off, ...

International Trailer: The Last Exorcism Part II

Feb 19
Here's a new UK/international trailer for The Last Exorcism Part II (The Exorcism-ening). There's a bit more to this than the previous trailer for the film. More bone-cracking, for one, and more creepy dark things on the wal...

Trailer: Maniac (UK)

Elijah Wood could use a bloody Valentine today
Feb 14
Valentine's Day can be a lonely time for many people. Maybe no one knows that better than Elijah Wood's character in Franck Khalfoun's remake of Maniac. In this UK trailer for the film, we get a glimpse into his life as a si...

These BAFTA Best Film posters are beautiful

Feb 12
Here we have a bunch of posters created by illustrator Jonathan Burton for this year's British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards, and they are pretty wonderful. Each poster features one of the Best Film nominees, Arg...

First look at Edgar Wright's The World's End

Dec 21
With the stupid Mayan apocalypse upon us, it seems fitting that we should share the first official still from Edgar Wright's The World's End, the third and final part of the Cornetto trilogy. (You may recall the teaser poster...

Trailer: American Mary

Brutal body modification pays the bills
Dec 07
Though the movie already premiered at Frightfest, American Mary will be getting a limited theatrical release in the UK right before it's released to home video on January 21st. Empire has an exclusive trailer to share i...

Flix for Short: Breezeblocks

The music video for "Breezeblocks" by Alt-J
Dec 05
It's that time of year when I catch up with music that slipped passed me in the last 11 months. I recently ran into the song "Breezeblocks" by Alt-J (∆). It's not bad, and it's been growing on me. I actually find mysel...

Flix for (not so) Short: Threads

It's the end of the world as we know it, and we're all gonna die
Nov 30
With the end of the world coming up (so say the Mayans, who were clearly never wrong about anything), here's an apocalyptic installment of Flix for (not so) Short. Threads was a 1984 BBC-produced film written by Barry Hines ...

Trailer: I Give It A Year

Anna Faris doesn't say anything AND she's in her underwear? Sign me up!
Nov 21
This one is for our cousins across that big drink of water called the Atlantic ocean. I Give It A Year is a UK comedy written and directed by Dan Mazer (Bruno), and stars Rose Byrne, Simon Baker, Rafe Spall, M...

Bond breaks UK box office record beating Harry Potter

Nov 02
It's a tough fight these days between James Bond and Harry Potter for most beloved pop culture character, but Bond has stuck another blow against the young wizard. Skyfall has just broken the UK record for best opening w...

Flix for Short: Rabbit

Oct 25
British animator Run Wrake passed away of cancer last weekend. He was 47 years old. His short film Rabbit was nominated for a Best Animated Short BAFTA in 2005 and received a number of other accolades, including best film at...

UPDATE: Creative Spark posters support cancer charity

Oct 25
[UPDATE: Someone from Creative Spark commented via Disqus that we can contact them by email for international shipping info. They can be reached at [email protected]] A Manchester branding agency called Creative ...

Trailer: Skyfall

Oct 19
As Bond Month at Flixist is making its way toward Skyfall, we've got a new trailer to share. It's pretty similar to the first trailer and the international spot, but there are snippets of new footage that are an exciting tas...

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