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DaiNipponjin (Hitoshi Matsumoto, 2007)
"Dainipponjin has to be, hands down, the strangest picture in Cannes this year... [It is] tears-down-the-face funny and a genuine jaw-dropping oddity." - Variety ... Stand-up comedian and actor Hitos… Read more

DEAD DAUGHTERS (Pavel Ruminov, 2006)
"More arthouse than grindhouse... spiced with a mordant sense of humor." - Twitch ... Filmmaker Pavel Ruminov's first feature ushers in a new age in contemporary Russian horror films. His constantly … Read more

DONKEY PUNCH (Olly Blackburn, 2007)
"A really excellent, intense, balls-to-the-wall thriller... In years to come [Olly] Blackburn will be mentioned in the same breath as Carpenter and Polanski. His vision is that assured." - aintitcool… Read more

HORSEMAN, THE (Steven Kastrissios, 2008)
An act unforgiven. A father lost in grief - and driven to vengeance. ... "The Horseman is a balls to the wall, edgy thriller. Think Get Carter in 'Stubbies' crossed with Tarantino." - Greg McLean (di… Read more

INSIDE (Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury, 2007)
“Say hello to the motherf**king anti-Juno.” - Village Voice ... Starring a menacing and unrelentingly psychotic Beatrice Dalle (Betty Blue) as the foetus-obsessed ‘femme', Inside is a powerful … Read more

JACK BROOKS: MONSTER SLAYER (Jon Knautz, 2007)
“If Jack Brooks was made in the ‘80s, it would be a cult classic by now.” - Rue Morgue Magazine ... Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer is what happens when three debut feature filmmakers just want to … Read more

SPIDERBABY: DIRECTOR'S CUT (Jack Hill, 1968)
“Spider Baby is unclassifiable weirdness, and that's meant as a compliment.” - Slant MagazineAn inbred cannibal family runs amok in this 1968 debut feature from exploitation king Jack Hill (Coffy… Read more

SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO (Takashi Miike, 2007)
“Tighten your saddlebags, load your revolvers, pack your chopsticks and join [Takashi] Miike for an outrageous wagon ride into the wild, wild East.” - Toronto International Film FestivalIn is his… Read more

SURVEILLANCE (Jennifer Lynch, 2007)
“A twisty thriller with an unabashedly nasty streak and an almost theatrical taste for excess.” - LA Times ... After a 15-year hiatus, Jennifer Lynch (daughter of the notorious David Lynch) follo… Read more

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