FRONTIÈRES@BRUSSELS: AMSTERDAM GOTHIC Strikes First Co-Production Deal Of The Market

As the Frontières Co-Production Market, Brussels Edition, wraps up tonight in Brussels the first co-production deal has been announced. Chris W. Mitchell, writer of Frankenstein's Army and the upcoming horror flick The Windmill Massacre, had a new project at the... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Contest! Win A KILL YOUR FRIENDS Prize Pack From Well Go USA & TwitchFilm!

It's contest time again, and this one is quite impressive. We've partnered up with our friends at Well Go USA to present a chance to celebrate the theatrical release of Owen Harris's Kill Your Friends, starring Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max:... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

THE FORTRESS: Universal Picks Up New Project From GOODNIGHT MOMMY Duo

THR is reporting that Universal have picked up The Fortress, a pitch from the Goodnight Mommy duo, Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz.    Plot particulars are being kept under wraps but the report says that, "the story centers on a... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Jose Larraz's SYMPTOMS Limited Edition Blu-ray Is Up For Pre-Order Now

Cult film specialists, Mondo Macabro, have opened up pre-orders for their upcoming release of Jose Ramon Larraz's Symptoms. The film is a rare project from Larraz that has been unseen for decades, and Mondo Macabro has teamed up with the... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Crowd Fund This! Puppets to Take on Necrophilia in Key West Need Your Help!

In one of the more bizarre pieces of film news I've seen lately, there's word of a Kickstarter floating around that aims to take on a mad scientist/necrophiliac true story --- by way of puppets. Award-winning filmmaker Ronni Thomas has enlisted... More »
  

Now On Blu-Ray: THE SINFUL DWARF Is Even Sleazier In 1080P

It was almost seven years ago that Severin Films reintroduced the cult film fans of the world to the truly disgusting oddity that is The Sinful Dwarf. This tale of a dwarf who kidnaps and imprisons nubile young women to... More »
By Charlie Hobbs   
  

Unearthed Films Picks Up Giallo Flick FRANCESCA For North America

Unearthed Films has picked up the U.S. rights for the Argentinian Giallo film Francesca. The indie distributor has a history of picking up extreme horror films and also distributes horror books and metal music as well.  A quick scanover of... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Check Out The Trailer And Poster For Horror Flick THE OFFERING

Kelvin Tong's horror flick The Offering will be out in U.S. cinemas and on VOD on May 6th via Momentum Pictures. A new poster and the trailer have been passed along to us. You can watch the trailer below.  When... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Review: I SAW THE LIGHT, Cheatin', Drinkin', And Singin'

Twangin' Tom Hiddleston lights up the screen whenever he sings as country music legend Hank Williams in the biopic I Saw the Light, which plays like a dramatization of a Wikipedia entry. A sense of doom hangs over the picture,... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Review: DARLING, A Particular Brand Of Horror

In the last few years, writer-director-producer Mickey Keating has established himself as a prolific genre filmmaker, and his film Pod was released just a few months ago. Darling, his latest work, is a low-key psychological thriller that draws from a... More »
By Alex Williams   
  

Review: MILES AHEAD, Cool Attitude Prevails In Don Cheadle's Unconventional Miles Davis Biopic

Doing a biopic on a legend is always a challenge. Doing justice to the subject it is portraying, even more so, is especially challenging when it's someone like Miles Davis. It's rather surprising that there wasn't a movie or two... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

Exclusive Clip: In 13 CAMERAS, "Confessions" Are NSFW

Language, boys, language! In a new, exclusive clip from the upcoming 13 Cameras, two young men use language that is, most likely, Not Safe For Work, but once they've finished speaking, it's understandable why profanity was necessary. But what does... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Interview: Don Cheadle And Emayatzy Corinealdi On MILES AHEAD

Got a chance to attend a roundtable interview with the star, director and co-writer Don Cheadle and his co-star Emayatzy Corinealdi for his very unconventional Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead which opens this weekend in New York and LA. Clearly... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

SXSW 2016 Wrap: All Our Coverage

Another South By Southwest (SXSW) film festival has come and gone, and along with it another memorable adventure in Austin, Texas. Our team of three did our best to see as many films as possible, talk to as many filmmakers... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

GREEN ROOM's Mark Webber, Rachel Hurd-Wood And Lorant Deutsch Join Dante's LABIRINTUS

Variety is reporting that Green Room's Mark Webber, Rachel Hurd-Wood from An American Haunting and French actor Lorant Deutsch will lead the cast of Joe Dante's upcoming chiller Labirinthus.   “Labirintus” tells the story of a paranormal investigator (Webber), psychiatric... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

PARADOX: Watch Zoe Bell In This Clip From Michael Hurst's Time Travel Flick

We have an exclusive clip from upcoming time travel flick Paradox to share with you today.    Written and directed by Michael Hurst (Room 6, The Darkroom) the sci-fi thriller stars Zoë Bell (The Hateful Eight, Death Proof) and Malik... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

PANDEMIC: Watch An Exclusive Clip From John Suits' Virus Outbreak Flick

Pandemic, the latest flick from John Suits, director of The Scribbler, comes out in U.S. cinemas this Friday, April 1st (no joke) and then on VOD and iTunes on April 5th. TwitchFilm has an exclusive clip to share with you... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

SXSW 2016: PEE WEE'S BIG HOLIDAY Interviews With Paul Reubens, Paul Rust, Alia Shawkat, And Jessica Pohly

You can search the wide world over, but you’ll never find a man like Pee Wee Herman. He’s sweet, innocent, lively, potentially insane, but chock full of heart. It’s difficult to speculate how Herman was able to construct such an... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

Critical Distance: Things I Learned At SXSW 2016

A funny thing happened on the way to the Paramount Theatre. The theatre, built in 1915, seats some 1,300 people. It is elegant, it is classic, and it is a miserable place to watch a movie. Naturally, it serves as... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Review: PHANTOM HALO Never Quite Decides What It Wants To Be

Antonia Bogdanovich's feature debut Phantom Halo can never quite figure out which direction to head in. Part family drama, part crime thriller, these two ideas are not necessarily antithetical, and each in and of themselves is not necessarily bad (though... More »
  
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