Crowdfund This! HP Lovecraft Adaptation THE DREAMLANDS!

Heads up, fans of HP Lovecraft! The team responsible for previous Lovecraft adaptation Die Farbe are back at it, this time tackling Lovecraft's Dream Cycle with The Dreamlands, and they're looking for your help.Roland, a troubled young orphan, is led... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Trailer for CRUEL SUMMER Shows Some Pretty Cruel Teenagers

Teenagers can be quite nasty, especially to those they perceive as weak or whom they think they can attack without fear of retribution. Such is the case in the new film Cruel Summer. Shot in South Wales during the incredible... More »
  

THE GRANDMASTER Wins 12, Dominates Hong Kong Film Awards

The 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards have just announced their winners and unsurprisingly it was Wong Kar Wai's The Grandmaster that dominated the evening, scooping a phenomenal twelve awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best... More »
  

Trailer: THE MAN FROM NOWHERE Director Returns With THE CRYING MAN (우는 남자)

Welcome back Lee Jeong-beom! The director of one of our favorite Korean action films, The Man From Nowhere, is returning this summer with the assassin thriller The Crying Man (우는 남자). There is not much of a description of the plot... More »
  

Werner Herzog's 5th Rogue Film School to Land This Summer in LA

If there is list of filmmakers out there with plenty to teach about the art of cinema, Werner Herzog would have to be towards the top. Lucky for aspiring directors, he is doing just that. Werner Herzog has announced... More »
  

LET US PREY: Check The Pulse Pounding Teaser For New Irish Horror

Well now, you do have to love a teaser that knows how to get in, make an impression, and get out again leaving everybody wanting more, and that's exactly what this exclusive first teaser for Brian O'Malley's Let Us Prey... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Complete Udine Far East Film Festival Lineup Announced

A great favorite here at Twitch HQ thanks to their always stellar programming, beautiful cinema and amazing hospitality - I've attended once and have kicked myself (hard) every year since when other obligations have prevented my return - the Udine... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

It's A Mud Slinging Prison Brawl In A New Clip From THE RAID 2

One more sleep! One more sleep! One more sleep until The Raid 2 opens wider across the U.S. and finally here in Canada! We do not know if anything is going to tide you over until then, but maybe, just maybe,... More »
  

First Time Fest 2014: Awards and Festival Reflections

First Time Fest, a film festival that celebrates and supports first time filmmakers, wrapped up its second edition on April 7 with a closing night awards ceremony held at 42West nightclub. During the festival, besides Josephine Decker's psychological horror film... More »
  

Take Your First Look At Kitamura's LUPIN III

Versus director Kitamura Ryuhei has been hard at work on his live action adaptation of popular manga and anime series Lupin III and with an August release coming up for the latest live action incarnation of the hugely popular master... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Return To Department Q With A Gorgeous Teaser For Mikkel Nørgaard's THE ABSENT ONE

Director Mikkel Nørgaard laid waste to the Danish box office - breaking a handful of records - with The Keeper Of Lost Causes, the first big screen adaptation of Jussi Adler-Olsen's Department Q crime novels. And so anticipation has been... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Van Warmerdam's Dark Fable BORGMAN Gets A Suitably Dark US Trailer

Drafthouse Films are gearing up for a June release of Alex van Warmerdam's Cannes selected Borgman, a particular high point in a filmography filled with high points for the Dutch maverick.A dark suburban fable exploring the nature of evil in... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check Out The Teaser Poster & 3 New Stills For THE DROWNSMAN

Check out this crazy good teaser poster for Chad Archibald's upcoming horror flick The Drownsman! That is fantastic and creepy stuff. We also have three new stills from the film to share with you as well. You will find those... More »
  

Tribeca 2014: Watch The Trailer For The Greatest (And Only) INTRAMURAL Sports Story.

Ah, intramural sports. Where even the doughiest of students can participate in not-quite-world-calls athletics and live the dream of being Lebron, Crosby or Manning. Andrew Disney's sports comedy Intramural will have its world premiere at Tribeca and we have a... More »
  

Watch This First 'Clip' From GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

MTV has just released a 'clip' from James Gunn's upcoming space adventure, Guardians of the Galaxy. In this 'clip' we find Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), aka. Star Lord, in some temple doing an 'Indy' with an orb when he is caught... More »
  

Crowdfund This! David Baddiel And Erran Baron Cohen Bringing THE INFIDEL To The Stage!

Singing! Dancing! Jihad! 2010 comedy The Infidel proved a hit on screens across Europe and now original writer David Baddiel has teamed up with Erran Baron Cohen - yes, the musically inclined brother of Sacha - to bring the story... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

BLACK BUTLER Joins Toronto Japanese Film Festival Lineup.

The folks at the Toronto Japanese Film Festival have just announced their final film to top off their 18 film lineup for their upcoming festival from June 12th through 27th. The 2014 film Black Butler (Kuro Shitsuji), based on Toboso... More »
  

Watch The First Ten Minutes Of STAGE FRIGHT

Stage Fright, the debut feature from Canadian filmmaker Jerome Sable is now available on iTunes and On Demand in the US and will open in cinemas on May 9. If you still need convincing that you must see this musical horror... More »
  

Chris O'Dowd's MOONE BOY Headed For The Big Screen!

Chris O'Dowd's Moone Boy is the greatest single reason why US residents should subscribe to Hulu. Created by, co-written by, and starring O'Dowd - who also directed the as yet unaired third series - Moone Boy is a quasi autobiographical... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Slick Trailers For Turkish Hitman Film PANZEHIR (ANTIDOTE)

Though Turkish cinema is perhaps best known abroad for their arthouse dramas while local audiences tend to flock to broad comedies there's a long history of action cinema from Turkey as well, a history that has perhaps bubbled beneath the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
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