Short Film, Short Review: The Backwoods Collide In NEVER TEAR US APART

Two young men have driven out to a remote house in the woods. One thinks it is quaint and idyllic. Are these guys lost? Are they at the right cabin? One of them walks up to the window and what... More »
By Andrew Mack   

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 »

Watch Samuel Jorgensen's SciFi Action Short SINGULARITY

It was all the way back in November of 2012 that we first wrote about Samuel Jorgensen's super ambitious scifi-action short film Singularity. Jorgensen has become a bit of a favorite of ours over the years here at Twitch thanks... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The Brandon Cronenberg Directed Video For Animalia's Little Earth

While we continue to await news of Brandon Cronenberg's follow up to Antiviral the director remains busily working away in the music video world. We posted a collaboration between Cronenberg and Toronto musical act Animalia back in June of 2014... More »
By Todd Brown   


Well, now, here's a little something that teams up three of our absolute favorite people on the entire planet: We Are Still Here director Ted Geoghegan is reuniting with producer Travis Stevens and bringing writer Grady Hendrix into the fold... More »
By Todd Brown   

Raven Banner Joins THE HEXECUTIONERS' Ranks Of Death Doulas

Word from our friends at Raven Banner Entertainment is that they have picked up the World sales rights for Jesse Thomas Cook's rural horror flick The Hexecutioners. Raven Banner lands cult thriller "THE HEXECUTIONER'S"Toronto, Canada - Raven Banner Entertainment has picked... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Giveaway: Win Tickets to #HORROR At New York City Horror Film Festival

Next week, the city that never sleeps will have good reason to stay awake. The New York City Horror Film Festival will be held November 12-15, and courtesy of IFC Midnight and the festival, we have four pairs of tickets... More »
By Peter Martin   

New Trailer For CRUEL SUMMER Turns Up The Intensity

UK filmmakers have made a (deserved) reputation for films that delve into social realism, particularly ones that deal with the lives of the poor and working classes (see Kenneth Loach, Mike Leigh, and Andrea Arnold, to name a few). The... More »

Review: Isaac Ezban's THE SIMILARS Pays Homage To An Era Of Fear And Paranoia

In an isolated bus station five hours outside of Mexico City a lone man is getting impatient waiting for the next bus to arrive to take him to his wife who is in labor. The bus is well late due... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Praise Jobs! Tom Green Stars In The First Footage From IRON SKY: THE COMING RACE

With production now well under way the team behind upcoming scifi comedy Iron Sky: The Coming Race have opted to show off a little bit of their new baby with a pre-teaser hot from the set and featuring Canadian comedian... More »
By Todd Brown   

Shane Black And Fred Dekker Hang On The EDGE Of A Series

Amazon Studios won awards with its dramatic, heart-warming look into the transgender community in the series Transparent, and now the eCommerce giant has produced a series of pilots that viewers can vote on to a bonafide series.A standout of these... More »

Fantasy Thriller THE CURSE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY Heads For 2016 Release

Fantasy thriller The Curse of Sleeping Beauty has been acquired for release by XLrator Media for release in 2016. Directed by Pearry Teo, who wrote the screenplay with Josh Nadler, the film stars Ethan Peck, India Eisley, Natalie Hall, and... More »
By Peter Martin   

Review: EVAN'S CRIME, Small But Weighty

Shot in Baton Rogue on a small budget in a short amount of time, the somber new film Evan's Crime is a palpable passion project, the kind of movie that is pushed hard into existence by the sheer will of... More »
By Jim Tudor   

Interview: Director Sandy Tung Discusses EVAN'S CRIME, David Arquette, And More

Filmmaker Sandy Tung has had a long and respectable career in independent filmmaking. Best known by many for his family films such as Shiloh 2: Shiloh Season, Alice Upside Down, and the award-winning Saving Shiloh, Sandy now changes pace, venturing... More »
By Jim Tudor   

Anne Hathaway, Keanu Reeves To Star In Shane Carruth's THE MODERN OCEAN

The American Film Market (AFM) began today in Santa Monica, California, and one of the first announcements out of the gate was casting for Shane Carruth's upcoming feature The Modern Ocean. Fans of Carruth (such as myself) have loved his... More »

THE SUBLET: Watch The Trailer For John Ainslie's Chamber Horror

John Ainslie's haunted apartment horror flick The Sublet will have its North American premiere at the Whistler Film Festival on December 5th. TwitchFilm has your first look at the new trailer for the flick. THE SUBLET is a suspense driven psychological-thriller... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Pretty Packaging: Arrow's New HELLRAISER Boxset Is Bloody Stylish

(Maybe I should have put a comma between "bloody" and "stylish", because DAY-AMN...) Clive Barker's 1987 horror film Hellraiser does not lack for home releases. In fact, some of the past DVD-editions have had gobsmackingly awesome packaging, with the franchise's... More »
By Ard Vijn   

Kickstart This! Support PTSD Drama WAR AT HOME

My grandfather was an RAF WWII vet. My mom would tell stories about his struggles; that she could not even sneak up on him and give him a big daddy hug because he would freak out. This Summer in Montreal I... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Blu-ray Review: SOME KIND OF HATE Puts A Novel Twist On Slashers

With a healthy festival run that included appearances at the Stanley Film Festival, Fantasia, and FrightFest, along with a limited theatrical run in September, Adam Egypt Mortimer's debut feature Some Kind of Hate has a lot to be proud of.... More »
By J Hurtado   
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