As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong...
This week, we were lucky enough to be invited to Lucasfilm and X3 Production’s fabulous new Star Wars exhibition – Star Wars Identities – at The O2 Arena in North Greenwich, London. Open until 3rd September, this fantastic interactive...
Everybody has one absolute classic film that they haven’t seen, right? The film that will come up time and time again, and excuses for not having seen it get weaker and weaker each time. At Filmoria, our ‘I’ve Never Seen’ feature...
As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong narrative to an impressive level. Taking time out to talk to Filmoria, Lucy spoke to us about the process of making the film, how it was being the sole actress on screen and what the future holds… Congratulations... Read more
At a mere 27 years of age, debutant writer-director Nicolas Pesce has crafted a simply unforgettable exercise in fear with The Eyes of My Mother. We loved the film, naming it an “immaculately horrifying vision” in our official review, and praising Pesce’s richly cinematic approach to shot composition, characterisation, and genre. To celebrate the UK release of this monochrome nightmare, Filmoria Sub-Editor Chris Haydon caught up with... Read more
Filmoria sat down with leading lady, Alexandra Rosario to talk about her latest film ‘California Dreams’ currently out on iTunes, Amazon, VUDU, Fios, Direct TV etc. Firstly, congratulations on your latest movie ‘California Dreams’. Can you tell us about the film? California Dreams is a drama-feature film that follows the story of four women who try to achieve success in Hollywood despite the setbacks they might encounter on their... Read more
American auteur Kelly Reichardt is one of the finest filmmakers at work today. With minor-key masterpieces in her arsenal including the likes of Wendy and Lucy (2008), Meek’s Cutoff (2010), and Night Moves (2013), the Flordian is back with the quietly stunning Certain Women – a contemplative, introspective, and unquestionably human drama – which is easily among the finest films of the year thus far. To celebrate the UK release... Read more
Following its trail-blazing TV spot at this year’s Super Bowl, the tires are well and truly warmed up for the return of the Fast and Furious franchise, with The Fate of the Furious arriving in cinemas this April. Source: Ricky Middleswroth Photography In anticipation for the upcoming eighth instalment in this long-running franchise, we caught up with star Celestino Cornielle who plays Raldo in the film as he spoke about the movie and his career... Read more
Filmoria sat down with actress Erin Fogel to talk about her latest comedy film ‘The Strike’, currently out on iTunes, Amazon, VUDU, Fios, Direct TV etc. Can you tell us about your latest movie ‘The Strike’? Absolutely – ‘The Strike’ is an out and out comedy of errors following three best friends who have not quite matured. They have big dreams, but little sense or taste when it comes to getting ahead. When the opportunity... Read more
Set to make its bow at Horror Channel FrightFest Glasgow next month, Detour looks to be one of the most intriguing movies being showcased and director Chris Smith has been grilled about his past ventures and the new film itself in preparation for the February showcase. Check out what he had to say below. FrightFest has premiered all your genre movies CREEP, SEVERANCE, TRIANGLE, BLACK DEATH, except GET SANTA obviously. Is this positioning an important... Read more