Dark New Zealand Comedy HOUSEBOUND Visits The Loo In First Clip

Though I'm not at SXSW myself there are a small handful of titles that I'm particularly eager to see reactions from the fest going crowd on and topping that list is Gerard Johnstone's dark Kiwi comedy Housebound.Kylie Bucknell is forced... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Film4 FrightFest Really, Really Wants You to Turn Your Bloody Phone Off!

So much so, that they've made a competition! While last year, a select group of filmmakers were invited to make short idents "encouraging" patrons to turn off their phones (and it was an amazing set of idents), this year they're... More »
  

SXSW: Take A First Look At Fabulous Poster Art For THE MULE

Though the year is still young, here's one thing we already know about 2014: It's the year we throw out everything we thought we know about Leigh Whannell. It's perfectly understandable that people thought they had the Australian talent figured... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SXSW 2014 Exclusive: First Look at Nature Docu YAKONA

We mentioned it in our 22 Can't Miss SXSW Titles yesterday, and now we have an exclusive first look clip for you of the SXSW Visions-premiering nature docu Yakona. Directed by Anlo Sepulveda and Paul Collins, Yakona looks like it... More »
  

SXSW 2014 Exclusive: Midnighter STARRY EYES Debuts 5 Bone-Chilling Pics

We are pretty big fans here at Twitch of anything Snowfort Pictures cranks out (Cheap Thrills, Jodorowsky's Dune, and Big Ass Spider in just the last 12 months). Pair Snowfort with talented filmmakers Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer (Absence) and... More »
  

Tribeca Announces Lineups For Spotlight, Midnight And More!

It was just the other day that we got our first proper look at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival with their Competition and Viewpoints lineups. Today we get to even more fun stuff with the lineups for their Spotlight, Midnight,... More »
  

SXSW 2014: Have A Creepy Look At Nicholas McCarthy's HOME

Hot on the heels of a trio of images from Nicholas McCarthy's upcoming horror flick Home, comes our first look at his sophomore effort. In this scene Ashley Rickards plays the mysterious girl who goes to a young couple's house... More »
  

Yubari 2014: Watch NSFW Award-Winning Short KETSUJIRU JUKE Now!

Almost everything that screens at Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival is weird and wonderful to some degree or other, but even within this permissive anything goes environment there are some films that still manage to boggle the mind and exceed... More »
  

LA's Indian Film Fest Announces Child Trafficking Drama SOLD As Opener

A film fest quickly gaining attention in fest-packed Los Angeles is the Indian Film Fest of LA. With last year's high profile screenings of Gangs of Wasseypur, Midnight Children, and Eega, IFFLA positioned itself as the best way to catch... More »
  

Boston Underground's Second Wave Includes WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL, STARRY EYES, More

Lest we forget there are other film festivals in March, the Boston Underground Film Festival (BUFF) has unleashed its second wave of titles for its 16th, running March 26 - 30 at The Brattle Theatre. And it's a dynamite bunch... More »
  

SXSW 2014: HONEYMOON Teaser Creeps With The Terror Of Being Newlywed

Leigh Janiak's romantic horror Honeymoon is set to have its world premiere this Friday, March 7th, down in dear ol' Austin, TX. So with that we have today a nice little tease of the film.Young newlyweds Paul (Harry Treadaway) and... More »
  

Greatness. STAGE FRIGHT Trailer Mixes Music, Mirth, And Bloody Madness

Nothing in life is guaranteed, but from the first trailer for Jerome Sable's Stage Fright, I am willing to predict that he has absolutely nailed a great horror-comedy musical. Sable made the short The Legend of Beaver Dam several years... More »
  

SXSW 2014: Watch The Teaser For Midnighter STARRY EYES

All set to have its world premiere in less than a week at SXSW, midnighter horror film Starry Eyes is looking to wow audiences next Saturday in Austin. In anticipation of its debut, a teaser trailer has dropped to give... More »
  

Exclusive OTHER MONTHS Clip: The Rabbit in the Basement

Set to make its world premiere at SXSW this coming weekend, Nick Singer's Other Months tackles a familiar subject, but promises to shake things up a bit. Here's the description by the festival: Nash spends a year drawing into himself,... More »
  

Tribeca Announces Competition and Viewpoints Lineups

We brought you news on Tribeca's Opening Nighter a few days back. Now the Manhattan fest has announced the first half of their main lineup with all the films in the World Narrative Competition, the Documentary Competition, and the out-of-competition... More »
  

Yubari 2014: THE PINKIE Takes Grand Prix In Fantastic Off Theater Competition

The Winners of the Fantastic Off Theater Competition at this year's Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival were announced Sunday night, with Lisa Takeba's The Pinkie awarded the Grand Prix by the jury made up of Saito Takumi, Thomas Nam, Tom... More »
  

OFFSCREEN Film Festival Brussels Welcomes Radley Metzger, And A Whole Lot More

This week, the seventh edition of the Offscreen Film Festival in Brussels will start, undoubtedly one of the best 'genre' festivals in Europe. And their line-up this year is very much yummie. Radley Metzger is one of the guests of... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

SXSW 2014: Your First Look At Nicholas McCarthy's Horror Film HOME

Following up his feature debut The Pact, Nicholas McCarthy will premiere his next film, Home at SXSW on Sunday, March 9th. In anticipation of this film we have three images to share with you. Home stars Naya Rivera (Glee), Ashley... More »
  

ABERDEEN And THE MIDNIGHT AFTER To Open 38th Hong Kong Int'l Film Festival

The lineup has been announced, and two films we be officially opening this year's Hong Kong International Film Festival, which runs from 24th March to 7th April. The World Premiere of Pang Ho Cheung's Aberdeen, starring Miriam Yeung, Gigi Leung,... More »
  

OPEN WINDOWS: Black Leather, New Poster For Nacho Vigalondo Thriller

I had the opportunity to see Nacho Vigalondo's third feature Open Windows at the European Film Market in Berlin earlier this month. And while I can't tell you any details, I can say that it was pretty incredible: intelligent, innovative, brilliantly... More »
  
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