Pilou Asbaek Joins GHOST IN THE SHELL, Storyline Revealed

It would appear that Danish actor Pilou Asbaek - a long time favorite around these parts thanks to his parts in television series Borgen as well as feature films A Hijacking, The Absent One and more - is well and... More »
By Todd Brown   

John Hillcoat Packs A Ton Of Names And Even More Firepower Into The Trailer For TRIPLE 9

We've been enormous fans of The Proposition and The Road director John Hillcoat and judging by the sheer volume of high end talent starring in his upcoming heist thriller Triple 9, we're not the only ones. Chiwetel Ejiofor, Casey Affleck,... More »
By Todd Brown   

Netflix and Bong Joon-ho Team Up For Creature Feature OKJA

Big news for Korean film fans today as both Netflix and Plan B have confirmed their participation on Bong Joon-ho's Okja. The English-Korean monster feature has already lined up a very impressive cast, with Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano,... More »
By Pierce Conran   

Review: THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY - PART 2 Delivers Tense, Bleak Finale

The Hunger Games franchise comes back for one last show in a bleak and tense finale that provides ominous conclusions to the themes it has been building over the previous three films. As a two-part final chapter, Mockingjay bears many... More »
By Pierce Conran   

Arrow Video's Feb 2016 Slate Looks Glorious: Miike, Grier, Kosugi, Bava, American Horror And More

Arrow Video has unveiled their amazing February 2016 slate, and TwitchFilm HQ is salivating over the amazing collection of releases coming to both sides of the Atlantic.Since Arrow Video opened up shop in the U.S., they've increased the number of... More »
By J Hurtado   

Blu-ray Review: Criterion Veers Onto The Formidable MULHOLLAND DRIVE

The beauty of a David Lynch film, particularly in works such as Mulholland Drive and Lost Highway, is that they allow for individual interpretations. Living probable parallel lives, many Lynch characters cry, connive, manipulate, murder, and cheat through their stories.... More »

Review: TRUMBO Hits The Right (Typewriter) Keys

For people who pound away at keyboards for a living, Trumbo is inherently nostalgic, presenting a romantic vision of a life enjoyed by only a few. Slumped in a bathtub to ease his back pains, Dalton Trumbo slaves away, staring... More »
By Peter Martin   

Destroy All Monsters: The James Bond Continuity Vortex Is Why You're Wrong About SPECTRE

"I've been here before" is the first line in Sam Smith's execrable title track for the latest James Bond movie, Spectre. (Read the Twitch review by Ard Vijn right here.) To a widely observed extent, that line could be the... More »
By Matt Brown   

STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS International Trailer: "I'm Rey. I'm Finn."

A fresh new Japanese trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens features fresh new footage that largely centers around Rey, the character played by Daisy Ridley, and includes a moment when she introduces herself to John Boyega. Good stuff. You can... More »
By Peter Martin   

The Many Faces Of Ralph Fiennes

This week, Spectre arrived in North American cinemas, and is expected to break all sorts of records. Whether the film deserves that is up for grabs: my personal opinion is that this is one of the weaker Bonds for reasons... More »
By Ard Vijn   

LONDON HAS FALLEN Trailer: "I Want You To Kill Me." Whatever You Say, Mr. President!

The unluckiest American president in history returns in a new trailer for London Has Fallen, which lays waste to a great city and gives a bunch of good actors an opportunity to earn some pocket change. Gerard Butler also returns... More »
By Peter Martin   

New THE HATEFUL EIGHT Trailer Features Brutality In The West

Quentin Tarantino protested police brutality recently, and his words have gotten him in hot water with police groups in the U.S. nationwide. The director has been unapologetic in his latest response, leading to a verbal standoff amidst calls for a... More »
By Peter Martin   

Destroy All Monsters: Is THE FORCE AWAKENS The End Of The STAR WARS Action Figures?

With nothing going on at the movies or on TV over the weekend, I ticked another item off my to-do list and rewatched Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. I did this as a protective measure against... More »
By Matt Brown   

WARCRAFT Teaser Reveals Orcs and Eagles

While the movie is not due for release until June of next year, the first moving images from Duncan Jones' Warcraft have been released. Based on the hugely successful game, the teaser hints at Lord of the Rings-scale epicness with... More »


In yet another move proving that home screens are where it's at for ambitious projects these days, The BBC announced today that New Line Cinema and Doctor Who production company Bad Wolf will begin developing with Scholastic and author Philip... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Have Your Say: To Boldly Go... Where?

Yesterday the news hit the Internet that the Star Trek franchise keeps Trekking, and not just in cinemas but also as a new streaming television series. My first reaction was "Cool!", but afterwards it got me thinking: exactly WHY do... More »
By Ard Vijn   

STAR TREK: Stream Me Up, Scotty

A new Star Trek series is on its way to the streaming universe. The series will debut in January 2017, according to Deadline, and will be available to watch exclusively on CBS All Access, a streaming service available on a... More »
By Peter Martin   

The Many Faces Of Halloween

Today, instead of our regular thespian-of-the-week screenshots quiz, we are going to do something different. Today it is Halloween! First we thought about doing a Michael Myers gallery, like we did with Jason on a Friday the 13th, but... let's... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Review: SPECTRE Does Not Rid The Bond Series Of Its Demons

Any review of a James Bond film should probably start with a short overview of the reviewer's opinions with regards to the whole franchise. What kind of Bond does he or she prefer? Which tropes are considered delightful, harmful, funny... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Review: SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE Earns The Crassness Merit Badge

There's a long history of teens setting out into the woods only to be confronted with cruel horrors beyond their control or understanding. In this case, three Boy Scouts (although the film is careful to not actually identify them as such,... More »
By Jim Tudor   
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