With District 9 a bona fide hit and GI Joe amazing all by not crashing and burning, the summer movie season of 2009 has ended just as it began: Surprising a lot of people. What lessons can we learn?
Cold Souls set out an ambitious task: tell a Charlie Kaufman-style tale about a company that extracts and leases human souls. But, tragically, the result is a film more interested in explaining its ideas than telling a compelling story.
Robots in love (and doing Kung Fu), a new clip from Cold Souls, a look at a new kind of goo that can kill and an update Big Man Japan director's latest naked cherub movie, Symbol? Welcome to Cult.
Cold Souls stars Paul Giamatti playing himself. In it, he discovers a company that extracts, deep-freezes and stores people's souls. Unfortunately, it turns out that when you take souls out of the body, a lucrative soul-trafficking business sprouts up.
Sundance hit Cold Souls, which (on first description) seems to mix Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, has been picked up for US distibution. A victory for PoMo Actor Movies?
The most exciting films at this year's indie movie-fest Sundance include tales of clones, soul-stealing machines, lonely astronauts and an undead Third Reich. So what did the critics think of these indie-SF beauties?
Sundance has released a batch of stunning pictures of a shiny-and-beautiful soul extracting device, plus other beautiful shots from Sundance films Cold Souls and The Clone Returns Home. Galleries for both movies are below.
The Sundance festival released its competition lineup today, and it includes two science fiction heavy hitters. One features a soul-stealing inventor (Paul Giamatti) and the other is a Japanese flick about cloning a lost astronaut. Let's not forget, this was the festival that made people stand up and shout about Sleep…