Review: THE DEAD LANDS, Action Painted On A Broad Canvas

As is often the case with a classical heroic journey, what you get out of the quest is often what you bring to it. With some humility and patience, you'll be rewarded; wanting rewards without putting in the work to... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

PRIVATE NUMBER: Respect Judd Nelson's Authority In This Clip

LazRael Lison's horror thriller Private Number will be released on VOD and in cinemas on May 1st. TwitchFilm has an exclusive clip to share with you to prompt your interest. A series of sinister phone calls haunt an ex-alcoholic writer as... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Review: MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT, A Sequel In Name Only

Four years after Gareth Edwards exploded onto the sci-fi scene with his inventive and industrious indie alien invasion flick Monsters, first-time director Tom Green delivers a sequel that bears little resemblance to the original, in tone, content or invention. Reportedly... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Review: UNFRIENDED, When Social Media Becomes Anti-Social

Yikes. "HEY u guyz!!!" "Whazzz happening?!" "Nothing much." "O yuck!" "Hey, I think there's a mean and NASTY serial killer in the video chat room with us." "Get outta here!!!!!!!" "No, I'm serious!" "I am TOO, DUDE!" The above quotations... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Review: MONKEY KINGDOM Doesn't Monkey With Formula

"Here we come... Walking down the street..." Yes, this film actually opens with the old Monkees TV show theme. It plays over a satisfying opening montage of monkeys in the jungle doing stupid things and getting laughs. It's lazy, but it... More »
By Jim Tudor   
  

Night Visions 2015: THE GUNMAN, Starring Peter Franzen And A Lot Of Sean Penn's Muscles

Peter Franzen is not the star of The Gunman -- that would be the clench-jawed Sean Penn, unbelievably bulked up, muscle groups well defined, as though he were auditioning for an art house version of The Expendables -- yet the... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

World Premiere Of Australian Film RUBEN GUTHRIE To Open Sydney Film Festival 2015

Ruben Guthrie, an Australian film about a hard-partying Sydney ad man who seeks to start a new chapter in his life, has been announced as the Opening Night Film at this year's Sydney Film Festival. It is the directorial debut... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

Exclusive Clip: Meet Mary, The Mind Behind THE SISTERHOOD OF NIGHT

With a title like The Sisterhood Of Night, images of Hammer Horror classics may come to mind, but director Caryn Waechter and screenwriter Marilyn Fu have something on their hands far more enriching of the teenage experience than just genre... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Destroy All Monsters: R-Rated DAREDEVIL For An R-Rated World

Some spoilers for Marvel's Daredevil. On the weekend I afforded Marvel's Daredevil a status I've previously only given to new-released Harry Potter books: the "I am consuming all of this before I do anything else" thing. It's the fastest I've... More »
By Matt Brown   
  

Interview: Hannah Herzsprung on WHO AM I, BELOVED SISTERS And More

The first thing you notice in German actress Hannah Herzsprung is her stunning dark blue green eyes. They are like calm yet mysterious twin lakes. During the whole interview, I couldn't help losing myself in them. I've become a huge... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

Pretty Packaging: Anime Limited's Second KILL LA KILL Boxset

It's been a few months since the release of Anime Limited's first Kill La Kill boxset (reviewed here and seen in detail here), so the wait has been long, but finally the second one out of three has arrived. These... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Buenos Aires Gears Up For BAFICI 2015

With more than 400 films being shown across the city of Buenos Aires at sites as diverse as an outdoor amphitheater, the planetarium and the city's opera theater, Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de cine Independiente (BAFICI) is set to roll... More »
By Wendy Gosselin   
  

Hey, Latin Filmmakers, Submit Your Work To Fantasic Market!

If you have a fresh film pitch you are dying to get off your chest, or a work-in-progress that needs some intelligent eyes on it, then you may be in luck. Submissions to the 2015 Fantastic Market at Fantastic Fest... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Dallas 2015 Dispatch: CARTEL LAND, SWEET KANDY, And THUNDER BROKE THE HEAVENS

The ninth edition of the Dallas International Film Festival is well underway here in Texas, and I'm pleased to report that it continues to provide a much-needed boost to the local film culture. I moved to the city in 2006,... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Night Visions Preview: Finland's Biggest Genre Fest Kicks Off

The biggest and oldest genre festival in Finland, Night Visions, will kick off tomorrow, Wednesday, April 15, and run through Sunday, April 19. Because I drew the lucky straw, I will be attending the fest for the first time, and... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Win ENTER THE DANGEROUS MIND On Blu-ray From TwitchFilm And Well Go USA

Time for another giveaway! This time around we've got another new release from Texas based Well Go USA. The film is Enter the Dangerous Mind, a psychological thriller based in the world of underground EDM DJs. The film stars Jake... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Dallas 2015: THE STOMACH, A Meeting Point For Infernal And Criminal Underworlds

"I just want to be empty," Frank (Simon Meacock) tells his brother Tom (Ben Bishop). Wide-eyed, bearded Frank is at breaking point. Thanks to his freakish ability to become impregnated with the spirits of the deceased, he was born a... More »
By Anton Bitel   
  

Have Your Say: What Was Your Best Film Festival Ever?

The past six days I've been visiting the Imagine Film Festival Amsterdam a lot, and have been enjoying myself immensely: meeting old film buddies, meeting new film buddies, a great line-up, Amsterdam in spring weather... it has been sheer bliss... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Michelle MacLaren Quits WONDER WOMAN Over "Creative Differences"

This is disappointing news to wake up to. Michelle MacLaren, the Emmy-award winning director and showrunner, whose credits include The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Game Of Thrones, was all set to be the first female director of a major... More »
  

CASA GRANDE Trailer: Brazilian Teenage Angst, Opening This Week

Fellipe Barbosa's outstanding debut, Casa Grande, is finally getting its release in Brazil and that is definitely something to celebrate. A slow-burning, very personal and assured first feature, and a selection of the Rotterdam international film festival, Casa Grande pushes... More »
By Fernando Toste   
  
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