Criterion's THE GRADUATE, Plus Chaplin, Oshima, Troell, And More Coming In February

And here's to you, Criterion Collection! The home video company just announced its February 2016 slate of releases, topped by Mike Nichols' The Graduate. Dustin Hoffman's star-making performance as recent college graduate Benjamin Braddock, who begins an affair with spiky... More »
By Peter Martin   

THE WINDMILL: Check The First Images From The Dutch Horror Film

It was all the way back in 2013 when we first caught wind of Nick Jongerius' horror film The Windmill. Back then the film was still known as The Windmill Massacre and existed only as a proof of concept but... More »
By Todd Brown   

Crowdfund This! Black Metal Doc BLACKHEARTS Offers Up Perks From The Titans Of The Genre!

It was earlier this month that Twitch shared an exclusive clip from upcoming documentary Blackhearts - one in which the members of Colombian black metal act Luciferian literally sell their souls to Satan in hopes of raising their chances of... More »
By Todd Brown   

A Legendary Battle Comes To The Big Screen With 28 PANFILOV

An iconic battle of World War II comes to the big screen with upcoming Russian effort 28 Panfilov, a new feature backed by game developer Gaijin and financed largely through a major crowd funding effort.The filmmakers are basing their work... More »
By Todd Brown   

Warsaw 2015 Interview: SPARROWS Director Rúnar Rúnnarson On Finding God In The Sins of Men

Since its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Rúnar Rúnarsson's sophomore feature Sparrows (read Jason Gorber's review) has been on a successful streak, netting the top prize at the San Sebastian film festival, Silver Hugo at the... More »
By Martin Kudlac   

Morbido 2015: Award Winners And Final Thoughts

I have been back home safe and sound from Morbido for a couple weeks now. My sanity is still in question though. It was a tremendous weekend of cinematic highs. I have seen things that I cannot unsee. I... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Interview: Gaspar Noé On LOVE's Altered States

For the excessively fortunate, love can resemble that of a Meg Ryan / Tom Hanks vehicle. Sadly, more often than not, love more closely resembles the latest Gaspar Noé nightmare, boldly titled, Love. It is a word that yields multiple definitions... More »
By Zach Gayne   

THE LADY IN THE CAR WITH GLASSES AND A GUN: After The Laughter Comes Tears In This Trailer

If you read a title of a film that was The Lady In The Car With Glasses And A Gun at first glance you may have thought that someone was trying to be cheeky with their take on exploitation cinema.... More »
By Andrew Mack   

DRAGONBALL Z Gets A Dose Of Gritty Realism In Fan Film THE FALL OF MEN

Dragon Ball Z fans waiting for a live action version of the massively popular manga and anime series, well ... let's just say they have not been well served in the past. But fortunately that fan base are also an... More »
By Todd Brown   

Blu-ray Review: SHORT NIGHT OF GLASS DOLLS From Camera Obscura (Ger)

Camera Obscura is one of the finest cult home video labels that most people have never heard of. Over the last three or four years TwitchFilm has been fortunate to jump on board the Camera Obscura train to see them grow... More »
By J Hurtado   

AYAMÉ Teases Irish Sci-Fi

I'm Irish, I love science fiction, and I love movies. So it feels like Ayamé was custom-designed for me. According to its official description, the film is "set in the near future. The story revolves around a rescue mission on... More »
By Peter Martin   

Arrow Video's Feb 2016 Slate Looks Glorious: Miike, Grier, Kosugi, Bava, American Horror And More

Arrow Video has unveiled their amazing February 2016 slate, and TwitchFilm HQ is salivating over the amazing collection of releases coming to both sides of the Atlantic.Since Arrow Video opened up shop in the U.S., they've increased the number of... More »
By J Hurtado   

Sex And Violence In Russian Erotic Thriller SARANCHA

The simple fact that Russian erotic thriller Sarancha - the title translates as Locusts - has landed an 18+ rating in its home country should tell you a thing or two about the content of the film. Because that's not... More »
By Todd Brown   

Satanic Ritual In Colombia: Exclusive Clip Released From Upcoming Documentary BLACKHEARTS

Take a look below at the first sneak peak of a scene from the upcoming Norwegian documentary Blackhearts, due out in early 2016. Production company Gammaglimt is about to launch a crowdfunding campaign to finance the remaining post production November... More »
By Todd Brown   

Praise Jobs! Tom Green Stars In The First Footage From IRON SKY: THE COMING RACE

With production now well under way the team behind upcoming scifi comedy Iron Sky: The Coming Race have opted to show off a little bit of their new baby with a pre-teaser hot from the set and featuring Canadian comedian... More »
By Todd Brown   

Crowdfund This! Disaster Strikes Sweden In THE UNTHINKABLE!

The creators of Swedish disaster film The Unthinkable don't actually need your help any more. That's because they've more than doubled their total crowd funding goal in less than a week on the back of a fabulous original pilot they... More »
By Todd Brown   

Exclusive Concept Art: FINNS HÄR NÅGRA SNÄLLA BARN, Pippi Longstocking With Zombies

Here in the U.S., we are about to suffer the full onslaught of "the holiday movie season," which means we are stuck with picking between populist blockbusters, family comedies, and award-seeking dramas, with genre fare generally relegated to the sidelines.... More »
By Peter Martin   

Warsaw 2015 Review: THE RUSSIAN WOODPECKER, A Doc With Strong Storytelling And Wild Ideas

Chad Gracia's documentary boasts a title that could be misleadingly attributed to a newly devised coital constellation or a daunting and supposedly nasty mob technique. Neither of the two is a close call, as The Russian Woodpecker refers to a... More »
By Martin Kudlac   

Review: THE WONDERS, A Poetic Realist Portrait Of Painful Adolescence

The Wonders (Le meraviglie) is a poetic realist portrait of painful adolescence. Director Alice Rohrwacher tells a slight coming of age tale infused with melancholy, hardship but not without a sense of beauty. Gone is the Italy of opulence and... More »
By Ben Croll   

Review: LOVE, Much More Than A Gimmick

Gaspar Noé. For some even the name sends shudders. Thoughts of the visually bombastic Enter the Void cause a kind of PTSD, and his Irreversable still haunts some 13 years on. The Argentine-born, France-based director occupies a unique and... More »
By Jason Gorber   
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