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Das Fantasy Filmfest hat sein komplettes Programm online gestellt (hier als PDF). Ich hab' dieses Jahr wieder 'ne Dauerkarte und werde mir dort alles ansehen, meine Favorites bisher: The Rover, Metalhead und Wolfcop. Für letzteren hat mir das Festival tollerweise Karten zum verlosen für alle Städte zur Verfügung gestellt, einfach einen Kommentar mit Lieblingswerwolf und der Stadt (Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nürnberg, München, Hamburg und Köln) hinterlassen (und ich brauche in dem Disqus-Gedöns natürlich eine gültige Mail-Adresse), die Kommentare lass' ich bis Mittwoch nachmittags offen.
Nach dem Klick die Trailer meiner Favorites, neben den bereits genannten noch mit Mr.Oizos Wrong Cops, Under the Skin mit Scarlett, Killers von den Raid-Produzenten, der Zombie-Comedy Life after Beth und vielen mehr:
It's not unusual for alcoholic cop Lou Garou to black out and wake up in unfamiliar surroundings, but lately things have taken a strange turn. Crime scenes seem oddly familiar. Lou's senses are heightened, and when the full moon is out, he's a rage-fueled werewolf. WOLFCOP is one cop's quest to become a better man... One transformation at a time.
Guy Pearce stars in this post-apocalyptic Western about a lone-wolf drifter who joins forces with a wounded man to pursue a sadistic band of thieves. A decade after the collapse of the western world, Australia has become a lawless wasteland. As desperate outsiders pillage the country's precious mineral resources, taciturn Eric (Pearce) travels from town to town searching for signs of life. Then, one day, Eric falls prey to vicious thieves who steal his car. In the process of making their getaway, the thieves abandon Rey (Robert Pattinson), their wounded partner in crime. Meanwhile, Eric vows to reclaim his most-treasured possession by whatever means necessary, and forces Rey to help him track down the men who left him for dead.
As a girl Hera witnesses her beloved brother Baldur - a long haired heavy metal fan - killed in a horrific accident and the experience simply never leaves her. In many ways it is as though Baldur himself never leaves her and she becomes emotionally trapped - caught between the life that took her brother and her own inability to strike out on her own for fear of losing the only connection - her home - that she still has with him.
Instead of moving on Hera remakes herself. She takes on Baldur's wardrobe, his black t shirts and leathers, takes up the guitar and channels her anger into a stereotypically abrasive, in your face attitude that masks - but only just barely - the fact that she is lost within herself and sinking fast.
A cryptic phone call sets off a dangerous game of risks for Elliot, a down-on-his luck salesman. The game promises increasing rewards for completing 13 tasks, each more sinister than the last.
A single mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, battles with her son's fear of a monster lurking in the house, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her.
A mysterious outsider's quiet life is turned upside down when he returns to his childhood home to carry out an act of vengeance. Proving himself an amateur assassin, he winds up in a brutal fight to protect his estranged family.
Kylie (Morgana O'Reilly) is a would-be thief that is sentenced to nine months of house arrest after she's caught trying to rob a bank. She's forced to move back in with her well-meaning mother Miriam (Rima Te Wiata), much to Kylie's disdain, as Kylie thinks little of her mother's claims that the house is haunted. She's later horrified when strange things seem to happen around the house, prompting Kylie to begin to believe that her mother may just be right. Her attempts to try to tell people that they may have a malevolent spirit in the house is met with surprising cheer, as they seem to think that having a ghost around would be a good thing.
In a wintry small town, the body of a teenager named Jamie Marks is found by the river. Adam, the star of his cross-country team, becomes fascinated with Jamie-a boy nobody really knew or interacted with, except occasionally to bully him. When Jamie's ghost begins to appear both to Adam and Gracie, the classmate who discovered the body, Adam is caught between two worlds. He has a budding romance with Gracie, but he also feels a deep connection to Jamie, who brings him closer to the world of the undead.
A dark psychological look into the minds of two men with nothing in common: Nomura, a self-obsessed serial killer residing in Tokyo and Bayu, a failing journalist and a struggling father in Jakarta. Connected through violent incidents, both men inexplicably start to feed off each other. As their lives become more uncontrollable, each of them starts to journey into a maze of violent self discovery.
Zach (Dane DeHaan) is devastated by the unexpected death of his girlfriend, Beth (Aubrey Plaza). But when she miraculously comes back to life, Zach takes full advantage of the opportunity to share and experience all the things he regretted not doing with her before. However, the newly returned Beth isn’t quite how he remembered her and, before long, Zach’s whole world takes a turn for the worse.
When Nick (Elijah Wood) discovers that he's won a dinner date with his favorite star Jill Goddard (Sasha Grey), he's incredibly excited to finally get the chance to meet her. That excitement deflates when Jill refuses to honor the contest and all of Nick's hopes are dashed. He's intriged when Chord (Neil Maskell), a man claiming to be Jill's campaign manager, offers him something he can't quite refuse: Chord will give Nick the ability to constantly view Jill via computer. Nick is initially reluctant but Chord persuades him by saying that he should get at least some entertainment out of the actress. However, Nick is unaware that this decision will put himself and Jill at risk.
Starred Up sees Jack O'Connell give a star-making performance as 19 year-old Eric Love, a violent and troubled teenager making the difficult transition from a young offenders' institute to adult prison. He seems to be destined for a life behind bars, but the prison's unconventional therapist (Rupert Friend) is determined to help Eric find a way through, assisted by of one of the prison's longest serving inmates -- Neville (Ben Mendelsohn) -- who just happens to be Eric's father.
A woman vanishes. Her husband inquires into the strange circumstances of her disappearance. Did she leave him? Is she dead? As he goes along searching, he plunges into a world of nightmare and violence...
Raymond has a prestigious MBA, but he can't find work. He can channel the paranormal, but chatting with a cute girl mystifies him. Kicked out of his big city apartment, Raymond returns home to his overbearing mother, ex-jock father, and beer-bellied classmates. But when a vengeful ghost terrorizes the small town, the city-boy recruits Becca, a badass local bartender, to solve the mystery of the spirit threatening everyone's lives.
Johansson plays an alien on earth, disguised as the perfect aesthetic form of a mesmerizing woman. She scours remote highways and desolate scenery looking to use her greatest weapon to snare human prey -- her voracious sexuality. She is deadly efficient, but over time becomes drawn to and changed by the complexity of life on earth. With this new found humanity and weakening alien resolve, she finds herself on a collision course with her own kind. Taking her point of view throughout, the film presents a unique look at our world through alien eyes.
A defense attorney begins to suspect that her client, who is charged with the murders of a vacationing family, might be more than meets the eye. From the filmmakers who brought you THE DEVIL INSIDE comes a thrilling re-imagining of the werewolf mythology.
Imagine a Los Angeles where crime is so low that a bored cop (Mark Burnham) sells drugs and harasses a teenager (Marilyn Manson) to pass the time. Shot in stand-alone chapters as it is being financed, screened, and released, Wrong Cops is gonzo filmmaking with a unique online strategy. Watch the first 45 minutes of craziness, and then dive into conversation with the cast and creative team.