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   

Prison Life Ain't Pretty In Grimy Polish Drama GIT

Prison dramas have a long and rich history in cinema ranging from classic mainstream escape films (The Shawshank Redemption, Escape From Alcatraz) to more gritty indie dramaslike recent critical faves Bronson and Starred Up. And it would appear that Kamil... More »
By Todd Brown   

Korean Exorcists Battle Evil In THE PRIESTS

Given the strong presence of Christianity in South Korea along with that nation'shistory of horror film it's really quite surprising that there haven't been more angels and demons popping up in K-horror offerings over the years. But that looks to... More »
By Todd Brown   

Take A Deadly SHOPPING TOUR In The Debut Release From Sharp Teeth Films

For many years Terracotta Films in the UK has provided some of the Far East's films fans around the globe. Now, Sharp Teeth films sees Terracotta's head honcho branching out into genre films from other parts of the world for... More »
By J Hurtado   

WHAT WE BECOME: Check Out The Poster For Bo Mikkelsen's Danish Horror Film

Fresh from its world premiere at Fantastic Fest - from whence it traveled to both Sitges and London and will next be seen as part of the Scary Movies program at the Lincoln Center in NYC, the Los Cabos festival,... More »
By Todd Brown   

Joe Dante Will Direct Supernatural Thriller LABIRINTUS

Variety reported this morning that Joe Dante (Gremlins, The Burbs, The Hole 3D) will direct a supernatural thriller called Labirintus. The film is to take place in Hungary's Budapest Labyrinth beneath Buda Castle. "Labirintus" tells the story of a paranormal investigator... More »
By Andrew Mack   


The Criterion Collection will begin the new year by welcoming the Coen Brothers into the fold. Inside Llewyn Davis dove into the less glamorous side of the folk music scene, and showcased a sterling performance by Oscar Isaac. The Criterion... More »
By Peter Martin   

LO CHIAMAVANO JEEG ROBOT: Watch A Clip From The Unusual Italian Superhero Film

Gabriele Mainetti's Lo Chiamavano Jeeg Robot is not your typical superhero film. Now screening as part of the Official Selection at the Rome Film Festival, Mainetti's debut begins instead by laying the groundwork for a run through the Rome underworld,... More »
By Todd Brown   


After 10 days of sunshine, rioja and fantastic films, Karyn Kusama's slow-burn psychological thriller The Invitation picked up the award for Best Feature at Sitges 2015 this past weekend, an honour I can heartily endorse. The Final Girls, directed by... More »

IRON SKY 2 Begins Production, Begins Sale Of Premiere Tickets!

Well, here's something a little different. Scifi comedy Iron Sky: The Coming Race launches principal photography today and, after running into issues coordinating international release dates with the first Iron Sky, producers are opting to mobilize their massive international fan... More »
By Todd Brown   

Now On Blu-ray: ALLELUIA, The Jealousy That Kills

Gloria is sad and lonely. But she has a sprightly young daughter, as well as a friend who knows what she needs: a blind date, arranged through the internet. Reluctantly, Gloria goes on the date and is pleasantly surprised to... More »
By Peter Martin   

Get Behind The Scenes Of Russian Period Epic VIKING

Night Watch producers Konstantin Ernst and Anatoly Maksimov are casting their eye back to another time and place entirely with their upcoming production Viking. The large scale period epic features Hardcore star Danila Kozlovsky and The Wolverine's Svetlana Khodchrnkova alongside... More »
By Todd Brown   

Portuguese Animation Gets MACABRE

Portuguese director Jeronimo Rocha has become a great favorite here at Twitch thanks to a string of absolutely fabulous short films and festival bumpers created for major genre events around the globe. And it was back in October of 2014... More »
By Todd Brown   

Madness Goes Viral In The Fabulous Trailer For Spanish Horror FRAMED

There have been a few attempts to wed the real world of social media and streaming video with horror film in recent years and while none has really seemed to nail it as of yet it would appear that Spanish... More »
By Todd Brown   

HOME SUITE HOME: Watch The Trailer For The Quirky Dutch Short

There is perhaps a touch of Wes Anderson in Jeroen Hoube's Home Suite Home, a quirky short film chronicling the life of a traveling hotel inspector.HOME SUITE HOME is a short dramady about Ludwig, an aging hotel inspector who travels... More »
By Todd Brown   
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