BARAIRO NO BUKO Trailer: Comedy Specialist Fukuda Yuichi Is Back With More Laughter And Hijinks!

Here's a really good reason to get excited! It seems that Fukuda Yuichi, creator of such ridiculously entertaining action comedies as Kids Police and Hentai Kamen, has not one but two pictures set for 2014 release. Less than two months... More »
  

KUJIRA NO ITA NATSU: Watch First Trailer For Yoshida Yasuhiro's Coming Of Age Dramedy

Set in an unnamed Japanese seaside village, Kujira no Ita Natsu (literally Summer of the Whales, although the official English title is still not known) is a coming of age dramedy that centers on Chuuya (Nomura Shuhei), a small-town boy... More »
  

Crowdfund This: Badass Luchador EL GIGANTE Needs Your Help

México Bárbaro's Gigi Saul Guerrero has just launched, together with the company LuchaGore Productions, a crowdfunding campaign for her new short film, which promises luchador action, blood, guts and, like any great horror film, social commentary. El Gigante is "The... More »
  

New RAID 2 Trailer Lays A Beating

Yes, we're late to the party on the new US trailer for The Raid 2 - it was that sort of weekend - but, well, there is one. And if you want to see prisoners beaten with sticks in the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Another Day, Another Uninspiring X-MEN Trailer

It's at the minute and fifty second mark of the latest trailer for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past that the trailer gods were kind enough to make explicit what had been bothering me about it until that point.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The First Trailer For Yuasa's PING PONG

In an intriguing match of talents, Mind Game director Yuasa Masaaki has taken the controls of a new anime adaptation of Tekkon Kinkreet writer Matsumoto Taiyo's hugely popular coming of age sports story Ping Pong.Already the subject of an excellent... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch Cute Girls Kick Ass In HIGH KICK ANGELS Promo Videos

Back in 2009, High Kick Girl and Karate Girl producer Nishi Fuyukiko oversaw the introduction of karate prodigy Takeda Rina to great stardom in the Japanese martial arts genre. With an eye for discovering new talent, Nishi has assembled not... More »
By Al Young   
  

Watch This Clip From WAR OF THE WORLDS GOLIATH And Enter Our Giveaway

With the theatrical release come and gone, it is now time to look ahead to the Blu-ray release of Joe Pearson's steam punk sci-fi animated adventure War of the Worlds Goliath. In anticipation of its release on April 1, we... More »
  

The Kids Talk Film: ALIEN

Imagine the opportunity to go back and watch Ridley Scott's Alien, for the first time again. Willem (age 10) got his first exposure to the horrific piece of science fiction as he continues his tour through the genre with his father... More »
  

Crowdfund This: Brew Up Some Love For DRIP

The filmmakers behind the barista competition documentary Drip are raising funds on Kickstarter and they've put together a pretty slick trailer to let you smell what they are brewing. They've also got some interesting incentives to perk you up... More »
  

Holland Gets CURSED

Watch out Amsterdam, there's something evil in your future.Dutch production house Pellicola - part of the production team on Frankenstein's Army - are deep in development on a new television series titled Cursed, a project they describe as a mix... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

New CHEAP THRILLS Trailer Asks, "What's A Pinky Worth?"

Cheap Thrills. It was a darling of the festival circuit last year, earning high praise wherever it played, and is a favorite among the folk here at Twitch. Yes, it really is that good. It opens tomorrow night (Friday, March... More »
  

Crowdfund This! New Sci-Fi Short EIDOLON From Director Of 88:88

When Nashville based director Joey Ciccoline made his 2012 short film 88:88 he enlisted the musical stylings of Makeup and Vanity Set and used their song Never Let Go. Matt Pusti from MUVS followed up and created an entire album... More »
  

New RUROUNI KENSHIN: KYOTO INFERNO Trailer: Blades Flash Aplenty

A new teaser for manga-to-film swordplay epic Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno has popped up. Fans of the first film will not be disappointed. Fans of Fujiwara Tatsuya may be, though, as he is unrecognizable in his Shishio make-up. Pity. Such... More »
  

Watch The Teaser For L Gustavo Cooper's Indie Horror JUNE

Now in production with Canada's Raven Banner Entertainment, Twitch is proud to present the first trailer for L Gustavo Cooper's upcoming indie horror June. Calling back to classic titles like Firestarter with its young protagonist this one looks like the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Trailer: EARTH TO ECHO Brings 80s Kid-Oriented Sci-Fi Up To Date

There is still hope for 80s nostalgia film lovers looking for that contemporary tie-in to the films we loved when we were kids. And it looks like our potential savior comes by way of director David Green. At least this... More »
  

THE RAID 2: Watch A Second Behind The Scenes Reel

With Gareth Huw Evans' The Raid 2 hitting screens in the US on March 28th - the release begins in New York and LA and will spread rapidly from there to cover all major markets - a second extensive behind... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: BLOOD TIES Knots Up 1970s New York

To call Guillaume Canet's Blood Ties a love letter to the 1970s is a bit of an understatement. The Clive Owen, Billy Crudup brothers-on-opposite-sides-of-the-law drama absolutely oozes with 1970s nostalgia, from its impeccable costume and production design to its almost... More »
  

Review: CHEAP THRILLS, When The Survival Instinct Gets Bloody And Funny

Class warfare comes perversely home in Cheap Thrills, a fiendish, fierce, and funny morality tale about the true value of money. It's absolutely convincing, even though it shouldn't be. The film explores the tangled relationship between the idle rich and... More »
  

Review: JODOROWSKY'S DUNE Delightfully Journeys Into The Brilliance That Might Have Been

What's the most important film never made? Is it Kubrick's Napoleon? How about Gilliam's take on Don Quijote? In his excellent sophomore feature documentary of the same name, director Frank Pavich would have you believe the answer is Jodorowsky's Dune.... More »
  
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