Review: THE SISTERHOOD OF NIGHT Reveals The Secret Lives Of Teenage Girls

By now, anyone who regularly reads about the movie business is well aware of the dismal statistics concerning the representation of women - or more pertinently, the lack thereof - as directors, writers, and just about every other creative capacity... More »
  

Watch The Brandon Cronenberg Directed Video For Sook Yin-Lee And Adam Litovitz's JOOJ

Outside of Canadian borders artistic polymath Sook-Yin Lee is likely best known as an actor and director thanks to her appearances in John Cameron Mitchell's Shortbus and Hedwig And The Angry Inch. But up here north of the border? Well,... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

AN ACT OF WAR: Strike A Blow Against Pirates And Watch It For Free

Do you like pirates? I like pirates on the big screen, but not when they steal movies that do not belong to them. And especially when the movie is available to watch legally -- and, if money's tight, for free!... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Win KILLERS On Blu-ray From TwitchFilm And Well Go USA

Time to give away some Blu-rays!To celebrate the Blu-ray and DVD release of Killers by Indonesian madmen The Mo Brothers, Well Go USA and TwitchFilm have teamed up to give away a pair of discs to some lucky readers. Killers... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

LAUGH KILLER LAUGH: Watch This Exclusive Clip From Kamal Ahmed's Crime Thriller

Tom Sizemore and William Forsythe star in Kamal Ahmed's crime thriller Laugh Killer Laugh. TwitchFilm has an exclusive clip to share with you, which you can watch below, as well as the trailer for further reference. A Jewel thief named Frank... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Trailer for Joe Dante's BURYING THE EX Shuffles Its Feet

Yes, it has been six years since Joe Dante released his last feature film, The Hole; a solid, if not ecstatic film, most notable for its sophisticated and restrained use of 3D technology. Outside of Netflix, very few folks in Canada... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   
  

Interview: Hal Hartley And Aubrey Plaza Talk NED RIFLE

"An honest man is always in trouble," Henry Fool tells Simon Grim in the first installment of Hal Hartley's Grim family trilogy. This is certainly true of Henry, a wandering Übermensch who is felt as a muse wherever he rambles, and... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

Nishimura Unleashes His NINJA WAR In New Trailer

Tokyo Gore Police helmer Nishimura Yoshihiro appears to be taking a somewhat more reserved approach with his latest feature, The Ninja War Of Torakage with nary a geyser of blood to be found in the just released first trailer. And,... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Tribeca 2015 Exclusive Clip: THE ARMOR OF LIGHT, At The Intersection Of Guns And Abortion

'So we need Jesus, the gospel, and a sidearm, right?" In an exclusive clip from The Armor of Light, which will soon debut in the Spotlight section at the Tribeca Film Festival, that question is raised in a very calm... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

SXSW 2015 Video Interview: Henry Rollins and Jason Krawczyk Talk HE NEVER DIED

When Henry Rollins agrees to do something, he isn't one to half-ass the job. Whether it's writing his LA Weekly column, appearing in films and TV, reigniting one of the many potential incarnations of Black Flag, or "buying you dinner",... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

Crowdfund This! THE DEVIL ON WHEELS Wants To Take A Drive With Spielberg's DUEL

With the recent success of both Jodorowsky's Dune and Lost Soul, the documentary on the never-made feature is alive and well. This success has, in some small part, fueled the desire to know more about certain cult films that were... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   
  

Fight The Communist Threat With New CAPITAO FALCAO Trailer

When traditional fascist values are under attack Portugal knows where to turn: Capitao Falcao will save them! Joao Leitao's tongue in cheek deconstruction of the Salazar years hits Portuguese screens April 23rd and has just released a new trailer for... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: THE SALT OF THE EARTH, Documenting A Visionary Photographer

There are a few titans of narrative cinema - Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee come first to mind - who make documentaries that rival their feature film work. Another example is Werner Herzog, a filmmaker whose non-fiction films are still... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

Review: WHILE WE'RE YOUNG, A Couple Struggles With Middle Age

It pains me to give a Noah Baumbach film anything less than a glowing review, especially considering there is so much that works about his new film, While We're Young. The premise is his most appealing to date, which, at... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

Review: 52 TUESDAYS, A Revelation In Storytelling

It is rare that a filmmaker's fiction debut feature is as assured, polished, and incredibly moving as Sophie Hyde's 52 Tuesdays. Winner of the World Cinema Dramatic Directing Award at Sundance 2014 (among numerous awards), not only does it tell the... More »
  

Review: DANNY COLLINS, Al Pacino As Rock Star In Regret

When was the last time Al Pacino appeared uncomfortable or nervous on screen? Early in Danny Collins, an unabashedly mawkish trifle from writer/director Dan Fogelman, Pacino strides onto the stage at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, and belts out... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

DEBUG: Check Out The Key Art For Spacebound Cyber Horror

While space nerds always en-devour to shoot our asses into space it is the horror geeks that know, deep deep down, that this is a really bad idea. And we share that knowledge in our cinema but the space nerds... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Fan-Animated STAR WARS: TIE FIGHTER Lets The Empire Strike Back

Filling in for our resident Jedi Master Jason Gorber, the once vibrant pre-teen Star Wars fan in me is just giddy over animator Paul Johnson's stellar, 80s Anime-inspired short film Star Wars: TIE Fighter. Fans of the classic Star Wars... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

An Icon Battles Evil In The HELEN KELLER vs NIGHTWOLVES Teaser!

She's deaf and blind and mad as hell. Someone's handed Helen Keller a pair of knives and she's clearly itching to use them in the first teaser for Helen Keller vs Nightwolves.Helen Keller vs Nightwolves tells the shocking story of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SXSW 2015 Review: T-REX, Portrait Of A Boxer As A Young Woman

"It was just something I liked to do," explains Claressa Shields, aka T-Rex. What she likes to do is box, which sets her apart from her high school classmates in Flint, Michigan (better known to documentary film devotees as the... More »
By Peter Martin   
  
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