Review: LIFE ITSELF, Thumbs Up For Roger Ebert Doc

If you do what I do -- cherish film and have the chutzpah to tell other people what you think about them -- then you're almost certainly indebted to Roger Ebert. I've documented at length the effect that he had... More »
  

Asian Film Festival Of Dallas Delivers Its Lucky 13th Full Lineup

Many years ago, in the ancient year of 2006, I was fortunate enough to have the kindly overlords of Twitch publish a few of my words regarding the Asian Film Festival of Dallas. It was the first time anyone ever... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Exclusive First Stills From L Gustavo Cooper's JUNE

L Gustavo Cooper has wrapped production on his 'coming-of-rage' story June with Kennedy Brice (The Walking Dead) in the title role as a young girl dealing with a demonic presence.June is a horror story about an innocent 9-year-old orphan girl... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

TIME LAPSE: Watch The Trailer For Fantasia Selected Indie SciFi

Indie scifi Time Lapse will soon make its Canadian premiere at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal and a trailer has arrived online to whet the appetite.Three friends discover a mysterious machine that takes pictures 24hrs into the future and conspire... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch POV Short RANDOM STOP

Director Ben Arfmann turned heads at SXSW with his seven minute POV short film Random Stop. Based on the true story of a sheriff's deputy encountering an aggressive driver on the road this is raw and powerful stuff, enough so... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Hey Toronto! Win Double Passes For Any LOST EPISODE FEST Program!

Well now, Toronto. Do we have a giveaway for you! We have Twenty-Five (25!!!) double passes to giveaway for the upcoming Lost Episode Festival (LEFT) this weekend, Saturday July 4th and Sunday July 5th. The festival will be held at... More »
  

Review: THIRD PERSON, Awful People In An Awful World

As amply evidenced by his latest film, Third Person, Paul Haggis is a purveyor of pain, which isn't something I would ever expect from someone who wrote for the 1980s TV sitcom The Facts of Life and created small-screen shows... More »
  

CLOSER TO GOD: Watch The New Trailer For Indie SciFi Thriller Before The Fantasia Premiere

About to have its international premiere at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal, director Billy Senese has just released the first trailer for his indie scifi thriller Closer To God. Here's how the festival describes it:The first successful cloning of a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch This: Slamdance Winning Short Film THE GREGGS

Winner of the Spirit of Slamdance award at, you guessed it, this year's Slamdance Film Festival, The Greggs asks a simple question: Where do standardized tests come from?The answer is far sillier, far wackier, and far more frightening than one... More »
  

First Official Trailer For CJ Wallis' BB Is A Very Red Band Affair

We first came across Vancouver based filmmaker CJ Wallis here at Twitch thanks to his association with the Soska Sisters - for whom he shot, edited and appeared in Dead Hooker In A Trunk -and we've been keeping a close... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

RECONNECTION: Watch This Companion Piece To Hospital Doc CODE BLACK

Physician Ryan McGarry's L.A. hospital documentary Code Black started its theatrical run last weekend and we have a unique companion piece to share with you. Reconnection combines dance and music to create a short film that works as a visual narrative for the... More »
  

Aubrey Plaza Is Feeling A Bit Peckish In Trailer For Zombie RomCom LIFE AFTER BETH

Beth (Aubrey Plaza) was dead but she's back now. And that's good news, right? Right? Her parents (John C Reilly and Molly Shannon) certainly want to think so, as does her bereaved boyfriend (Dane DeHaan) but ... well ... be... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN, A Haunting Primer On The Nature Of Faith

Faith is a funny thing. Anyone can have it. You don't have to be smart. You can be utterly brilliant. Mature. Immature. It really doesn't matter. The point is that if you have it, it's yours. It literally belongs to... More »
  

Uruguay's Luis Suarez Bites In New Lee Hardcastle Claymation

Luis Suarez is so far the most controversial footballer of Brazil's 2014 World Cup. He scored a couple of goals and Uruguay reached the second round, but now Suarez won't be able to play the Cup anymore as FIFA suspended... More »
  

SNOWPIERCER: Tilda Swinton Delivers An Inspirational Speech In New Clip

Tilda Swinton's got a little something going on in this new clip from Bong Joon-ho's Snowpiercer, a wee bit of righteous indignation as she informs Chris Evans, Jamie Bell and the rest of the lower class insurgents in this post-apocalyptic... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE ROVER Giveaway! Win A Poster Signed By Pattinson, Pearce And Michod!

David Michod's post-apocalyptic follow to Animal Kingdom, The Rover, is in theaters now and Twitch is very happy to have a signed poster for the film to give away to one lucky reader. Michod and his two leading men -... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

AT THE DEVIL'S DOOR: Watch The Trailer For The Latest From THE PACT Writer / Director

Formerly known as Home, the latest from the writer-director of The Pact has got itself a new title and a new trailer leading up to its VOD release August 8th and theatrical run September 12th from IFC Midnight.When ambitious young... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

COLD IN JULY: Watch The UK Trailer For Jim Mickle's Gritty Thriller

Quite possibly the most widely acclaimed US director to not yet break through in a significant way on his home soil, Jim Mickle boasts multiple selections to Cannes and Sundance on his resume without a single one of his films... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

EXCLUSIVE! ETERNITY: THE MOVIE, The Music Video That Wants To Make Love, Not Just Sex

Oh the 80s. For a while there anyone who grew up in them pretty much skipped that decade during conversation. "The 70s were so awesome and funky and then Smells Like Teen Spirit came along in '91 and EVERYTHING CHANGED... More »
  

First Teaser For THE GUEST, Latest From The YOU'RE NEXT Duo

Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett's thriller The Guest made quite an impression on our Festivals Editor Ryland Aldrich when he caught their latest at Sundance. You can read his full review at the link but this is what he had... More »
  
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