New Directors/New Films 2014 Review: SHE'S LOST CONTROL Gets Intimate

Professional intimacy takes center stage in Anja Marquardt's She's Lost Control. 'She' in this case is Ronah (Brooke Bloom), a thirty something, confident, determined woman pursuing a masters degree who makes living as a sexual surrogate - arranged by her... More »
  

It's Official: PHANTASM RAVAGER Wraps, Gets a Teaser Trailer

Earlier this week, the teaser poster for Phantasm: Ravager -- the fifth (and what's being called the final) film in writer-director Don Coscarelli's oddball indie horror series -- was making the rounds with rumors that Coscarelli had somehow finished production on... More »
  

Interview: I Am DUNE - Frank Pavich on Jodorowsky's Unmade Masterpiece

Jodorowsky's Dune -- a film that was supposed to have starred the likes of Orson Welles, Mick Jagger, Sting, Dali, and David Carradine, with a soundtrack by Pink Floyd, art by H.R. Giger, storyboards by Moebius, effects by Dan O'Bannon,... More »
  

Review: HIDE YOUR SMILING FACES, A Daring And Complex Portrait Of Childhood

In childhood, those magical spaces and feelings of curiosity and wonder; those feelings and urges that could propel you to great heights and even greater adventures, sit so precariously close to what one can only describe as apocalypse: those weighted... More »
  

Review: BREATHE IN, A Heartbreaking Romance

Drake Doremus does one thing very, very well. He is a master at making the audience feel the emotions of his characters -- without relying on the typical protagonist story structure. His 2011 Sundance US Dramatic Competition-winning Like Crazy took... More »
  

Review: FINDING VIVIAN MAIER Delves Into A Mystery Well Worth Investigating

I became aware of Vivian Maier's beautiful photographs through my photographer friend about a year ago when he showed me a photo book he just purchased called Vivian Maier: Street Photographer. Those Rolleiflex medium format shot black and white photographs of... More »
  

The Friar's Club Comedy Film Festival Kicks Off April 1 With GRAVY! Win Tix To The Opening Night, Plus BORGMAN, WITCHING AND BITCHING, CHEATIN And More!

Hey, New York! The Friar's Club Comedy Film Festival kicks off another quality year April first with the world premiere of James Roday's horror comedy Gravy and we've got tickets to give away for opening night plus other screenings throughout... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This Round-Up: Bathroom Horror, Hopi, Madsen, & Film Bloggers

So where are you going to spend your hard-earned ducats this week? We've got some ideas. Join us on this tour of some of the crowdfunding film projects that have caught our eyes over the last few days. Click the... More »
  

Noah Segan To Get Punched By Marko Zaror In REDEEMER

Ernesto Díaz Espinoza's next with fellow Chilean, and rising martial arts star, Marko Zaror is continuing to shape up with the casting of American Noah Segan. Most recently seen at SXSW in psychological horror Starry Eyes, and best known to... More »
  

Take On The IN THE BLOOD Drinking Game!

If there is one thing that we at Twitch know just as well as movies, it has to be recreational drinking. From Greg Christie's Boozie Movies and Fear & Loathing articles, to drunken director reviews, to making sure our residences... More »
  

Review: Don't Go to HAPPY CAMP

First time writer-director Josh Anthony's Happy Camp indulges in all the worst elements of the found footage genre to such an extent that for the first half of the mercifully brief film, I thought it was heading toward some clever... More »
  

Watch The Full UK Trailer For Jeremy Saulnier's BLUE RUIN

Jeremy Saulnier's stellar Blue Ruin hits UK cinemas on May 2nd and following an early teaser trailer and clip released online the full UK trailer has just arrived. And, like the earlier materials for the UK release this one is... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SXSW 2014 Leftovers: Top 5 Anecdotes & Asides From Linklater, Rodriguez, And More

Like an avalanche of awesomeness, the 2014 edition of SXSW has washed over its attendees, leaving cinephiles to sift through the rubble and pick up the pieces of our lives. One of the inherent detriments of a film festival as... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

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 »
  

Get Your Fill Of CHEAP THRILLS With The BitTorrent Bundle!

So you say you want more Cheap Thrills? You say you want to know as much as you can about the film, read a commentary, hear a trio of songs from the soundtrack? But you lament the fact that the... More »
  

CHEAP THRILLS Interview: Pat Healy And Ethan Embry Talk About Reality, Moral Centers, And Drinking The Kool-Aid

Seen Cheap Thrills yet? Do so. Period. But be warned. What looks like a simple genre game of whack-a-mole is anything but. Characters do the most horrible things to each other, some of it is genuinely hilarious, but after a... More »
  

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 »
  

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   
  

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 »
  
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