Down Terrace

The Burrowers

Netflix just doesn’t slow down its new streaming releases, with a huge crop recently being added on the first of the month and more noteworthy titles appearing on regularly. The great variety in titles can be easily seen by taking a look a rich, slow Western-horror, an absurd comedy, a dude punching wolves in the face, a prescient media classic and .


Ben Wheatley

About a year ago, I saw Ben Wheatley‘s Kill List at SXSW. I walked in to the theater unfamiliar with what the film was about and what exactly I was in for with my viewing experience. Wheatley’s dark, unpleasant, and funny hit man story was my favorite viewing experience of last year, and explaining why has been a real chore. However, it isn’t a problem for Ben Wheatley, who was open to discussing the big spoiler topics, in particular the final minutes of the film. Much of my chat with the writer/director dealt with the ending, and the many theories it has spawned. Here’s what Ben Wheatley had to say about seeking out interpretations, the wonky logic behind Minority Report, and tedious exposition in our [SPOILER] conversation:



The past few weeks have been incredibly light when it comes to DVD Tuesdays, but that streak of limited releases appears to have come to an end. Fourteen titles are covered below, and they run the gamut from fantastic to pure drivel with a lot in between. Titles out this week include Animal Kingdom, Dark Skies, Justified, Freakonomics, Death Race 2, and more. And yes, I was as surprised as you that Takers is worth a rental.



At the 2009 edition of Fantastic Fest, Ben Wheatley’s Down Terrace won two awards in the “Next Wave Features” category, taking home Best Film and Best Screenplay. As it turns out, it was one of only three films that year not reviewed by the staff at Film School Rejects. So until now, we’ve known very little about the dark gangster comedy. Then we received this exclusive clip from Magnolia Pictures, who will release the film on October 15th, and it all makes perfect sense. Have a look for yourself…



Luckily we had a list of the winners sent to us because we didn’t remember all the names. Or where our pants went.

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published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015

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