Gorgeous US Trailer For A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT Stalks Dark Streets ...

It was back in early September that we shared the first international trailer for Ana Lily Amirpour's striking Farsi language vampire tale A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night and with the US release launching November 21st with theatrical bookings... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Albert Pyun's INTERROGATION OF CHERYL COOPER Takes Ten Awards At Pollygrind

A movie that almost wasn't has taken a big bag of awards at a festival that almost wasn't. When iconic cult filmmaker Albert Pyun was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis it appeared to be the end of the filmmaking road... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Juicy Challenges At The Berlin Pornfilmfestival

The idea of a film festival for porn might feel a bit weird to the majority of cinephiles, but those who are staged in Berlin have probably gotten used to it by now. In it's 9th edition the annual... More »
  

Watch Giggle-Filled Keynotes By Tim League And Jill Soloway At Film Independent Forum

This weekend saw the 10th edition of the Film Independent Forum at Los Angeles's Directors Guild of America. Like in past years, indie filmmakers filled the auditoriums to hear speeches and panels from indie heavyweight producer, directors, and industry insiders.... More »
  

First Teaser For Van M Pham's CHUNG CU Is Like A Flashback To The Golden Age Of Asian Horror

Do you remember when it felt like you couldn't turn a corner in any Asian film culture without stumbling across something utterly horrifying? It wasn't that long ago, after all, when directors in Japan, Hong Kong, Korea and Thailand were... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This: THE UNBIDDEN, An Asian-American Horror Psycho Thriller

With Halloween approaching, it's a good season to think about psychological thrillers and dark secrets, which means it's the perfect time to consider backing The Unbidden, an Asian-American horror psycho thriller from director Quentin Lee. Lee has forged a path that... More »
  

Viennale 2014 Review: Bruno Dumont Reinvents Himself and The Possibilities Of TV-Series In His LI'L QUINQUIN

In a mesmerizing and totally unexpected move French filmmaker Bruno Dumont has reinvented not only himself but also the crime-genre and the format of television series. In his LI'l Quinquin which has been astonishing critics since its premiere at this... More »
  

Terracotta Launch Their Classic Kung Fu Label With HERO OF SHAOLIN, Watch The Trailer Now!

UK based Terracotta Distribution launch their new Classic Kung Fu Collection on November 10th with the release of 1984 effort Hero Of Shaolin and we've got the trailer for the film to whet your appetite.A troop of monks from the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Toronto After Dark 2014 Review: THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN, A Solid Slasher Flick With Style To Spare

The Town That Dreaded Sundown begins with Texarkana resident Jami Lerner at the local drive-in with Corey. They are watching the original 1976 flick at an annual screening on Hallowe'en night. Jami is not having a good time so the... More »
  

Toronto After Dark 2014 Review: WHY HORROR? Speaks To Fans And Outsiders Alike

As a longtime and committed fan of the horror genre, Tal Zimmerman takes us on a journey to discover its roots, influences, players and place in different cultures. His travels will take him as far away as Japan, England and... More »
  

Pretty Packaging: GURREN LAGANN ULTIMATE EDITION Blu-ray Drills A Hole In The Heavens

(Such a crazy-good edition for such an insane series can only be fitting...) Scottish distributor Anime Ltd. has managed quite some scoops upon start-up: their first Blu-ray release last year was Cowboy Bebop, and in February they were the first... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Morelia 2014 Interview: MATRIA Director Fernando Llanos

Fernando Llanos' Matria was one of the most talked about Mexican documentaries at this year's Morelia. It went on to win the jury award for best Mexican documentary, thanks to Llanos' mixture of a very personal story with the sociopolitical... More »
  

AFM 2014: First Look At New JUNE Trailer

L. Gustavo Cooper's horror thriller June has been completed and will be introduced to the marketplace at the American Film Market (AFM) next month. Twitch is proud to debut the brand new trailer.June is the story about a nine-year-old orphan... More »
  

Directors Andrew Lau And Andrew Loo Talk REVENGE OF THE GREEN DRAGONS

Based on actual crimes committed by the Chinatown gangs of late 1980s, Revenge of the Green Dragons is a gritty, real-life nightmare.  I chatted with co-directors Andrew Lau (Infernal Affairs, Young and Dangerous) and Andrew Loo about partnering with executive... More »
  

Review: DOCTOR WHO S8E10, IN THE FOREST OF THE NIGHT (Or, London's Overgrown)

We rarely see the Doctor as ineffective as he is here, floundering and lacking plans or ideas in the aftermath of the entire world being transformed into an enormous forest. "In the Forest of the Night" is, for the most part,... More »
  

Everybody Eats Their NEIGHBOURS

Oh, here's something very fun ... Australia's long running and hugely popular soap opera Neighbours is indulging in a bit of bloody fun for Halloween with current and former cast reuniting for five part web series Neighbours Versus Zombies. Yes,... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Get Your Fill Of Bums, Gangsters And Cops With A Key Art Premiere And These Stills From THE MULE

As Xlrator Media prepares to release the Aussie thriller The Mule on November 21st in cinemas and on VOD and iTunes we will have lots of goodies to share with you. It's 1983. A naive man with lethal narcotics hidden in... More »
  

Ben Wheatley Enters The Action Arena With FREE FIRE

What next for Ben Wheatley? With production wrapped on his adaptation of JG Ballard's High Rise the prolific UK auteur will be moving next into the action arena with Free Fire.An original script revolving around a 1978 arms deal gone... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Have A Taste Of Interactive Cinema With The Trailer For CineApp's VOYEUR

It was just a couple weeks ago that we brought you the first images from Voyeur, an intriguing experiment in interactive cinema from director Isaac Cravit and CineApp. What is it? Remember those old Choose Your Own Adventure books? It's... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Ohata Hajime And The Directors Of THE ABCs OF DEATH 2 Present The Greatest Movie Deaths Of All Time

With The ABCs of Death 2 now available on iTunes and VOD the directors have gotten together to select the greatest movie deaths of all time. What did they choose? Check out the video below for a massive compilation of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  
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