Ithaca 2015 First Wave Promises A Freakish Mix Of Classic And New Weird

Coming up in November, the Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival 2015 edition is set to rock the upstate NY college town with some inspirational freakiness. The festival has teamed up with new horror streaming provider Shudder to present the retrospective... More »

ZINZANA (RATTLE THE CAGE) Trailer is Malicious Fun

As I mentioned in our Fantastic Fest 2015 World Premiere Preview post, I'm eager to see Zinzana (Rattle The Cage), among other films. The feature gives off a decidedly Tarantino-esque vibe full of malice, violence, and black humor. The terrific... More »

GET OUT: Jordan Peele To Write And Direct Horror Flick

Well now. This is very interesting news. The Wrap is reporting that Jordan Peele, one half of the sketch comedy duo Key & Peele will write and direct a horror flick called Get Out for Blumhouse Productions and QC Entertainment. The... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Fantastic Fest 2015: It's A Classic Horror Grab Bag In THE BABYSITTER MURDERS Trailer

Ahead of its big screening at Fantastic Fest down in Austin, director Ryan Spindell and the fine folks at Trapdoor Picturess have offered up a fresh trailer of their award winning short film The Babysitter Murders. While you may at... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Fantastic Fest 2015: DARLING Poster and Trailer Are Old School

Oh hey there, Glass Eye Pix, nice to see you again! The poster and trailer for their latest production, Darling, is here. Now that I've seen both, I'm really looking forward to the film's promised descent into insanity. The world premiere... More »

Toronto Audiences Can Experience A Live SEANCE September 25th - October 11th

Though we focus heavily on film and television here at Twitch every now and then we stumble across something in another medium (heh) that's just too good to pass up. Such is upcoming live theatrical experience Seance. Hosted by illusionist... More »
By Todd Brown   

Toronto 2015 Review: ANOMALISA Considers The Human Condition With No Strings Attached

When the philosopher says, "Hell is other people," he perhaps means that in trying to figure ourselves out, we are beholden to our reflections and interactions with other people. Or maybe he is talking about the modern customer service experience. In... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   

Exclusive NAVY SEALS VS. ZOMBIES Clip: Shoot, Dang It, Shoot!

Let's face it: if a movie is titled Navy SEALS Vs. Zombies, that pretty much says it all, doesn't it? So why, in this exclusive clip, is there any hesitation about highly-trained military men shooting zombies, especially when they start... More »
By Peter Martin   

Jean Luc Herbulot's DEALER Gets A Global Rollout In October, Check Out A New Clip And The International Trailer!

We've been keeping a close eye on Jean Luc Herbulot's gritty French crime thriller Dealer for quite a while now and following a lengthy festival run the film will soon be available around the globe with a worldwide digital release... More »
By Todd Brown   

The Spoonkiller Cometh. Richard Gale's GINOSAJI Needs Your Help On Kickstarter!

It was a few years back now that writer-director Richard Gale created a legitimate online phenomenon with his short film The Horribly Slow Murderer With The Extremely Inefficient Weapon. The tale of an ordinary man pursued around the world for... More »
By Todd Brown   

Bang! Bang! BLACK Takes Toronto 2015's Discovery Award

Today is the last day of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, and the awards have been announced. One in particular has put a giant grin on this writer's face. Black -- the Belgium shoot-'em-up that sandwiches right in between... More »
By Chase Whale   

VILLMARK ASYLUM: Watch The New International Trailer For The Slick Norwegian Horror

Norwegian director Pål Øie returns to screens with Villmark Asylum, a sort of thematic sequel to his 2003 effort, Villmark. An abandoned sanatorium is deteriorating in a remote forest in the mountains. The building is going to be demolished, and... More »
By Todd Brown   

Toronto 2015 Review: TALVAR (GUILTY), An Indictment Of Indian Justice

In 2008, Aarushi Talwar, 14, the daughter of middle class parents, was found dead in her Mumbai home with her throat slashed. Suspicion quickly fell upon the family's servant, a Nepali migrant named Hemraj, but when he was found dead... More »
By J Hurtado   

Toronto 2015 Interview: Robert Eggers And Anya Taylor-Joy Talk THE WITCH And Puritan Excess

At any moment in human history, no matter how civilized we may think we are, dark woods have a long reach for scaring us. The Witch viscerally demonstrates how easily fear and superstitions take over in early 17th century New England... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   

EMPYREAN: First Poster Offers Stark, Beautiful Look At Canadian Indie

Thomas Robert Lee's debut feature film Empyrean will have its world premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival on October 4th. The Calgary local has passed along the first poster from his first film. It is a simple design, taking... More »
By Andrew Mack   

THE SIMILARS (LOS PARECIDOS): Check Out This Gorgeous Poster For Isaac Ezban's Sci-fi Thriller

Isaac Ezban's sci-fi thriller, The Similars (Los Paracidos), will have its world premiere at Fantastic Fest on September 25th, before it moves on to Sitges in early October. Today, our friends at the Morbido Film Festival unveiled this stunning poster... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Toronto 2015: PORTAL TO HELL!!! One Last Taste of Roddy Piper's Greatness

Jack would like to read his book in peace. The trouble is, he is the superintendent of a low-rent building with inhabitants that require too much of his time. Toilets get clogged. Bulbs burn out. Toasters no longer toast. Then... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Fantastic Fest 2015 Exclusive: DER BUNKER U.S. Trailer And Poster Bring The Weirdness

Fantastic Fest 2015 is nearly upon us, and so begins the flood of amazing oddities into the world of film fanatics. Among the oddest we've yet seen is the eccentric German export Der Bunker. TwitchFilm is proud to bring you the... More »
By J Hurtado   

Toronto 2015 Review: SOUTHBOUND Delivers Equal Parts Serling And Splatter

A lonely stretch of highway through the middle of nowhere provides ample fodder for the directors of Southbound, a new anthology project that reunites much of the creative team behind previous anthology hit VHS with a similarly high quality result.... More »
By Todd Brown   

FRANCESCA: Poster For Argentinian Giallo Harkens Back To The Old Days

When you make a film that is a shout out to a bygone era of genre filmmaking you are going to make sure that your cross your t's and stab your eyes. No detail can be missed and that also... More »
By Andrew Mack   
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