Review: HELLION, The Devastating Sounds Of A Family Falling Apart

Dark, brooding, and testy, Jacob is a typical 13-year-old boy. He dreams of motocross racing. He looks after his younger brother. And he ignores his alcoholic father, who is prone to outbursts of anger as he struggles to raise his... More »
  

Walk Down The Witch's Path With The Teaser For Jeremiah Kipps THE MINIONS

Here's an intriguing bit of work from New York City based director Jeremiah Kipp with the first teaser for his new short film The Minions. There's not so much out there regarding plotline beyond that it involves witchcraft and a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check The First Posters And Stills From Fantasia Premiere THE MIDNIGHT SWIM

Soon to have its world premiere at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal, Twitch is pleased to present the first five images and a pair of posters for Sarah Adina Smith's The Midnight Swim.Spirit Lake is unusually deep. No diver has... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks JERSEY BOYS, OBVIOUS CHILD, THE ROVER And... Brangelina?

Talk this week of a couple festival flicks, as well as Clint Eastwood's latet. Jersey Boys is a bit of a mess, but Sundance dramedy Obvious Child and Cannes' bleak apoca-Western The Rover make up for it this week.Also for... More »
  

New Trailer For Science Doc THE CREEPING GARDEN Explores Slime Mould, But Not As We Know It!

Not animal, not vegetable, not funghi...Regular readers may remember back in early 2013 we featured the first concept trailer for The Creeping Garden, a new investigative documentary from Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp into the beautiful yet baffling world of... More »
  

Take A Look At An Amazing Live-Action Tribute To GHOST IN THE SHELL

Before you ask: no, this is not a trailer, teaser or even proof-of-concept for any upcoming live-action version of Shirow Masamune's famous manga Ghost in the Shell, or the many anime it spawned. Like the live-action Akira trailer last... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

LA Film Fest 2014 Review: LAKE LOS ANGELES, Of Loneliness And Limbo In America

Director Mike Ott wraps up his trilogy of films set in the Antelope Valley of Southern California with this, his beguiling fourth feature, Lake Los Angeles. Getting a lot of mileage out of a simple, near fairy tale like story,... More »
  

LA Film Fest 2014 Interview: UNCERTAIN TERMS' Actress Cindy Silver On Her Son, Director Nathan Silver

You think running a set in general is hard? Try doing it with your mother. In an IndieWire article where filmmakers were asked what they wish someone had told them before they started shooting, Uncertain Terms writer/director Nathan Silver answered: "Don't... More »
  

KILLER LEGENDS: Win Josh Zeman's Chilling Doc On DVD

Director Josh Zeman's Killer Legends - a documentary exploration of the truth behind a quartet of popular urban legends from the helmer of the acclaimed Cropsey - hits DVD on July 1st and we've got a trio of DVD copies... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Lost Episode Festival Toronto 2014: ANNA And PATRICK Headline Weekend Lineup

The Lost Episode Festival Toronto, or LEFT, is prepping for a weekend of thrills, horror and debauchery on July 5 and 6. The festival takes place at the famed Bloor Hot Docs Cinema in downtown Toronto. The fest will be hosting... More »
  

Indie Thriller MAN FROM RENO Wins LA Film Festival Best Narrative Feature, Watch A Clip Now!

With the LA Film Festival drawing to a close the time has come to hand out the prizes and the big winner - taking Best Narrative Feature - is Dave Boyle's Man From Reno. True to past work, Boyle's latest... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check The Official ELECTRIC BOOGALOO Poster Art!

Get ready to do the Electric Boogaloo ... Not Quite Hollywood director Mark Hartley is now deep into things with his documentary exploration of the Cannon Films legacy and the first official poster art has arrived via the film's official... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch: Exclusive Clip From HEATSTROKE, Starring Peter Stormare And Maisie Williams

Evelyn Purcell's thriller Heatstroke will arrive in cinemas and on VOD and iTunes on July 4. The African set thriller stars Stephen Dorff, Svetlana Metkina, and Peter Stormare, who is, of course, the bad guy. Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams... More »
  

LA Film Fest 2014 Review: Cross-Cultural Mystery MAN FROM RENO Both Delivers And Disappoints

Touted as a thriller leading up to its world premiere last Sunday at the LA Film Fest, Dave Boyle's fifth feature is, in many ways both refreshing and frustrating, far less a typical pulse pounding number, and more a good... More »
  

DEAR WHITE PEOPLE: Watch The Teaser For The Sundance Award Winning Comedy

A big hit when it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival Justin Simien's Dear White People hits US screens October 17th and the first teaser for the public release has just arrived online, making it pretty obvious why Sundance audiences... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

If Tarantino Made GHOSTBUSTERS 3 Out Of Clay, It Might Look Something Like This ...

Yep, T Is For Toilet madman Lee Hardcastle is back and this time he clocks in with a clay rendition of what it might look like if Quentin Tarantino were to direct Ghostbusters 3. And let's be honest: At this... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

London Indian Film Festival 2014 Unveils Full Lineup

One of my favorite film festivals has unveiled their 2014 lineup and it looks like a good one. We've been covering LIFF for the last couple of years and every year they come up with some great features, and this year... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

THE SIGNAL: Watch An Exclusive Character Video For The SciFi Thriller Now!

Focus Features expands their theatrical release of William Eubank's scifi thriller The Signal tomorrow and we've got a brand new character video to share from the film!On a road trip, Nic and two friends are drawn to an isolated area... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Oak Cliff 2014 Preview: BUZZARD, FIGHT CHURCH, LIMO RIDE, Repertory Titles, And More

The third annual Oak Cliff Film Festival, a celebration of all things independent, starts tonight, June 19, and runs through June 22. The opening night presentation is To Be Takei, a documentary about actor / activist George Takei, directed by... More »
  

Exclusive Clip: 25 TO LIFE, Questioning The Wisdom Of HIV Disclosure

We're proud to present an exclusive clip from 25 to Life, a documentary that will enjoy its world premiere at the American Black Film Festival in New York City on Sunday, June 22. Directed by Mike L. Brown, a protégé... More »
  
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