Review: FRANCESCA, A Visually Striking Homage To The Famed Italian Genre

Francesca, daughter of the renowned storyteller, poet and dramatist Vittorio Visconti, disappeared 15 years ago. A psychopath, inspired by Dante's Divine Comedy, is intent on cleansing the city of "impure and damned souls". Moretti and Succo, the police detectives in... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Interview: Rick Alverson On ENTERTAINMENT And Other Dirty Words

When it comes time for year-end list-making, of all the memorable films in the running, not one will resemble Rick Alverson's bitter film, Entertainment. It's a tough film to summarize, mostly because the events of the film are secondary to... More »
By Zach Gayne   

Fantastic Short CROW HAND!!! Now Available For All to Enjoy

Brian Lonano's short CROW HAND!!! has been making the rounds at film festivals over the past year, including Film4 FrightFest, SXSW, Fantasia, Stanley Film Festival ... well, I could go on. And it goes to show that you can make... More »

Crowdfund This! Black Metal Doc BLACKHEARTS Offers Up Perks From The Titans Of The Genre!

It was earlier this month that Twitch shared an exclusive clip from upcoming documentary Blackhearts - one in which the members of Colombian black metal act Luciferian literally sell their souls to Satan in hopes of raising their chances of... More »
By Todd Brown   

Short Film, Short Review: If You Listen Closely You Can Still Hear Their VOICES

A young newspaper reporter Alonso is sent to investigate police reports of the disappearance of children down a mysterious hole that suddenly appeared in a warehouse. There he bumps into Ramon who describes himself as a "news reporter, journalist, and... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Review: LOVE BETWEEN THE COVERS Documents Romance Novel Obsession

So there's this whole entire feature length documentary about the contemporary romance novel, and the women who read them. Make no mistake, they are legion, and they truly eat them up. (Just short of literally!) If the topic sounds unworthy, think... More »
By Jim Tudor   

Morbido 2015: Award Winners And Final Thoughts

I have been back home safe and sound from Morbido for a couple weeks now. My sanity is still in question though. It was a tremendous weekend of cinematic highs. I have seen things that I cannot unsee. I... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Giveaway: Win A Blu-ray Of Sono Sion's TOKYO TRIBE From XLrator Media

XLrator Media will be releasing Sono Sion's hip hop musical crazy fest, Tokyo Tribe, on DVD and Blu-ray on December 1st. TwitchFilm has two Blu-rays to give to lucky readers in the U.S.In a futuristic Japan, territorial street gangs form... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Review: DANGEROUS MEN? Enema On Drugs!

Dangerous Men's Iranian born director John S. Rad (Jahangir Salehi Yeganehrad) left only this odd cinematic totem of his existence on earth when he died in 2007, soon after the film's belated (and extremely limited) theatrical release in 2005. While he'd... More »
By J Hurtado   

Giveaway: Win A DVD And Signed Poster From Jason Trost's HOW TO SAVE US

Jason Trost's How To Save Us has been out on DVD and Blu-ray for a couple weeks now. If you haven't picked up a copy yet we can save you the trouble by giving you a copy on DVD. And... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Review: SPOTLIGHT, A True Story Proves Both Enthralling And Appalling

Consistently gripping, Tom McCarthy's Spotlight tells the true story of an investigation by the Boston Globe newspaper that had far-ranging implications. The film serves as a tribute to the power of the press, as well as a warning sign for... More »
By Peter Martin   

Review: ENTERTAINMENT Embraces An Absurdity And Melancholy That Is Extraordinary To Behold

Many would say there are two distinct poles to cinema-going. There are those times when you want something warm and familiar. It's comfort food you can share with your family. Not too sweet or sour, not too heavy. And then... More »
By Ben Umstead   

CANNON BUSTERS: Check Out This Great Concept Art (And A Teaser!)

It is already a year ago that a Kickstarter campaign was started for funding a pilot for a Cannon Busters television series. That one brought in well over its limit of $120,000, and an ongoing funding campaign added to... More »
By Ard Vijn   

New Trailer for BODY Gets Dark and Sinister

Dan Berk and Robert Olsen's twisted Hitchcockian thriller Body has been making the rounds at genre festivals, and is set for release on December 11th in the US (VOD on December 29th). The new trailer has dropped, and gives more... More »

Short Film, Short Review: Something Lurks Behind That Door In AGRAVOY

A lone figure stalks back and forth in a dilapidated apartment. Through peepholes he watches the woman next door engage with a new male tenant on the same floor. Jealousy boils over and the true nature of their relationship comes... More »
By Andrew Mack   

You Want Exclusive Stills From THE WORLD OF KANAKO? We Got Them Right Here!

Our good friends at Drafthouse Films have hooked us up with a bevy of stills from The World of Kanako. the latest from Confessions director Nakashima Tetsuya. Drafthouse will release the film in cinemas and on VOD on December 4th. An uncompromising revenge thriller... More »
By Andrew Mack   

DRAGONBALL Z Gets A Dose Of Gritty Realism In Fan Film THE FALL OF MEN

Dragon Ball Z fans waiting for a live action version of the massively popular manga and anime series, well ... let's just say they have not been well served in the past. But fortunately that fan base are also an... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The McCoubrey Brothers' Indie SciFi Short THEREFORE I AM

We're suckers for high concept science fiction around here, particularly of the sort that prizes ideas over visual effects, and that's exactly what the McCoubrey Brothers deliver with their clever short film Therefore I Am.A mysterious encounter between a man... More »
By Todd Brown   


Ah, the boyband. We love to mock them but they are a cultural phenomenon not to be messed with and the Australian filmmaking team of Rita Walsh and Jessica Leski are heading deep into the heart of pre-teen darkness with... More »
By Todd Brown   

Review: O DIABO MORA AQUI (THE FOSTERING), An Impressive, If Not Subdued, Debut Horror From Brazil

Three friends - Jorge, Ale and Magu - join their friend, Apolo, at his old farmhouse for the weekend. Old tales tell of a malicious Barão do Mel (Honey Baron) who owned the property during the height of the slave... More »
By Andrew Mack   
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