Here's hoping Crumbs, a scifi romance shot in an Ethiopian ghost town by Spanish writer-director Miguel Llanso, gets wider exposure after its Rotterdam Film Festival debut last week. Check out the trailer; there's a UFO, a haunted bowling alley, a crazy Santa Claus, and space junk. For starters.
Last week, NASA announced that in 2012 the Earth narrowly avoided being hit by the largest solar coronal mass ejection recorded since before electric power grids and telecommunication satellites were a thing. Fortunately or unfortunately, along with the rest of civilization, the solar crisis duology Cat. 8…
The first images of Suburban Gothic, the new film from Excision director Richard Bates, came out yesterday. And this horror comedy is already showing some great sight gags, plus a cast that includes Kat Dennings, Ray Wise, Jeffrey Combs and John Waters. Check 'em out.
Loosely inspired by the theoretical physics work of Stephen Wolfram, the new movie Frequencies is set in a future where your romantic destiny is predetermined by science. Will tampering with the algorithm of love destroy or unite society? We're premiering a special "alt" trailer for the movie's big debut. Check it out.
Based on a true story, Pioneer follows about a team of Norwegian divers who were subjected to risky experiments at the birth of the Norwegian oil-drilling industry in the early 1980s. We have an exclusive look at the new poster from Magnolia Pictures.
It's the 25th anniversary of Split, a 1989 movie written and directed by a professional mathematician named Chris Shaw who was best known for writing textbooks. And by all accounts, it's a transcendently weird joyride through the heart of nonconformity.
It's been so long since we were in a good space jungle that was treated with fear and respect, and devoid of all Smith family members. Check out the trailer for Prospect, the indie film that's picking up a lot of buzz for its beautiful aesthetic.
Who needs sexy Karl Urban's scowl when you have Judge Minty? The retired Judge who would rather die in a blaze of justice than retire now has his own movie. And it's awesome.
We've got the first trailer for the interactive horror short The Swarming, which features electronic wasps that enter your body via cell phone, use your body as a host for their young, and then feast upon your innards. So there you have it — one more thing to be afraid of when it comes to both stinging insects and…
What's next for the project for the folks behind the enchanting (and Oscar-nominated) The Secret Of Kells? Behold the concept trailer for Song of the Sea, an adorable animation about the mythical sea child. It's absolutely stunning. Plus, get a look at the first trailer for Space Sherriff Gavan: The Movie and Roger…
Cult Movie Worship is back with Spanish Snow White, a playful droid, Snowpocalypse, Schoolgirlpocalypse and the terrible, horrible creature known as Wormface! Behold the indie splendor.
Remember the gloriously vibrant space art of astronauts walking on the moon? If those images were made into a movie they would look a whole hell of a lot like the trailer for Liquid Skies. Check it out, it's absolutely beautiful.
We called Beasts of the Southern Wild beautiful, operatic and [filled] with rampaging Ice Age creatures — and the trailer delivers on every point.
Stop whatever you are doing and watch this hilarious French trailer for the amazing and animation Apocalypse Pizza Video, in which a team of pizza and video delivery workers attempt to get your order to you, on time, during the midst of a zombie apocalypse. It's pretty spectacular.
Check out the trailer for the beautiful CG short Love Like Aliens in which robotic angels and Tron-lit creatures wage war. Plus Noel Clarke is starring in a brand-new scifi flick that looks like a much more violent Super 8. Kill Mickey, kill!
We've got one excellent short film for your viewing pleasure, it's a great little twisty tale about alien shapeshifters, and why they can't be trusted. Also check out this Zombie Support Group!
We've got a seriously amazing collection of indies and shorts in this Sunday's Cult Movie Worship. Check out the latest trailer for Joseph Kahn's frenetic movie equivalent of a turducken, Detention, and see if you can point out every single movie cliché stuffed inside the next. Plus, we've got zombie-killing babies,…
Never before have we seen a creation that so effortlessly bottles up that unfettered feeling of a child's summer vacation. This short teaser for My Family And The Wolf is absolutely intoxicating; you can almost smell the summer breeze it's channeling. This is an undertaking not to be missed.
The Suicide Shop is a strange, morbid animation set in the future where everyone is so depressed they can't stop killing themselves. Thus the most popular shop in town is The Suicide Shop. We've spotted the trailer for the French film and it is horrifying.
Tonight in cult we celebrate the evil beings from the sea! Killer sushi and killer jelly fish unleash blood and destruction upon the human race. Watch out!