Review: CITY OF GOLD, Discovering Los Angeles By Eating

Do you still live in the city where you grew up? I was born and raised in Los Angeles, spending most of my time in the suburban communities of the San Fernando Valley before moving away in 1984. When I... More »
By Peter Martin   

Review: BLEED, A Mixtape Of Horror Genres

Tripp Rhame's Bleed is a backwoods horror film, and with a prologue set in the 70s, you keep expecting the Sawyer clan to rear their ugly heads at any moment. However, it very quickly becomes a bit more than that.... More »

Sidney Lexi Plaut's DARK SAMURAI Gets A Global Release, Check A New Trailer Now!

It was all the way back in 2014 that we first shared a trailer for Sidney Lexi Plaut's Dark Samurai, a gorgeously hynoptic imagining of the life of legendary samurai Miyamoto Musashi. Coming from Denmark of all places, the film... More »
By Todd Brown   

Rotterdam 2016 Interview: Director Steve Oram Talks AAAAAAAAH! "Not Everyone Would Have Wanted To Have Somebody's Testicles On Forehead"

While on the prowl in Rotterdam, TwitchFilm bumped into Steve Oram, the English actor who may be spotted in television series Tittybangbang, The World´s End or Ben Wheatley´s chiller Kill List. Steve Oram co-wrote Wheatley´s dark touristic comedy Sightseers where... More »
By Martin Kudlac   

Miklós Jancsó's PRIVATE VICES, PUBLIC VIRTUES Blu-ray On The Way From Mondo Macabro

Coming soon from our friends at cult film specialists Mondo Macabro is the wonderfully bizarre erotic odyssey Private Vices, Public Virtues from Hungarian director Miklós Jancsó. The film comes from a time when exploring eroticism onscreen in all of its... More »
By Charlie Hobbs   

Review: TOO LATE, A Los Angeles Private Eye Tale In 35MM

There is a classic Hollywood feel that prevails throughout Dennis Hauck's debut feature Too Late. Namely this is due to the fact that it's shot on good old 35MM film -- a feat almost never attempted in today's world of... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Review: In KRISHA, The Filmmaking Sizzles

Jean-Luc Godard once said that all you need for a movie is a gun and a girl. With Krisha, a rich psychological thriller about family secrets, mental-breakdown and addiction, director Trey Edward Shults proves that one can make compelling cinema... More »
By Ben Croll   

Review: THE BRONZE, Endlessly Watchable Comedy Gold

This summer is sure to produce an onslaught of mindless trash disguised as comedy. Adam Sandler will make more cool millions, Paul Blart will potentially earn more undeserved revenue, and comedic celebrities who have shone in better films will be... More »
By Zach Gayne   

Robert Englund Enters The NIGHTWORLD

Chilean director Patricio Valladares (Hidden In The Woods) returns to screens with the upcoming Nightworld and he's got a very familiar face to horror fans tucked away in there with A Nightmare On Elm Street's Robert Englund playing a key... More »
By Todd Brown   

HOLIDAYS: Trailer Hits And Release Date Announced For Horror Anthology

Ah, the holidays. We're supposed to love them but if we're being honest they're just as often hideous as they are happy. And that's the beasic premise behind Holidays, the upcoming horror anthology project featuring new work from Kevin Smith,... More »
By Todd Brown   

GREEN ROOM: Second Trailer For Saulnier's Punk Rock Thriller Arrives

Following a lengthy - and enormously successful - festival run, Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room is surely one of the most anticipated releases of the coming months. And while the general public will still need to wait until May for its... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2016 Review: GOODNIGHT BROOKLYN - THE STORY OF DEATH BY AUDIO, Bittersweet And Rightfully Angry

A bittersweet memoir of a independent music venue that proved to be much more than a place for bands to play their music as loudly as possible, Goodnight Brookyn - The Story of Death By Audio is also a screed... More »
By Peter Martin   

Post Apocalyptic Satire HOT Now Available On VHX

If you are looking for something to add to your viewing list this weekend then consider Victor Warren's apocalyptical satirical comedy Hot. The film is an adaptation of Daniel Keleher's stage play and it stars Steven Strait (The Expanse), Zachary... More »
By Andrew Mack   

Review: THE AUTOMATIC HATE, Family Skeletons Get Rattled, Disastrously

Not all families are good or well-adjusted; there are often rifts (reasonable or not) between parents and children, siblings, cousins. Some of us might find out about skeletons in a closet, and sometimes those skeletons are best left undisturbed.  In... More »

Dirty Beaches' Alex Zhang Hungtai Stars In Mitchell Stafiej's A. Check Out The First Trailer Now.

Best known in music circles as the lead - and only constant, really - in Canadian music act Dirty Beaches, Alex Zhang Hungtai takes the lead in Mitchell Stafiej's indie drama A. Hungtai plays musician Konrad in the midst of... More »
By Todd Brown   

New HARDCORE HENRY Trailer Kicks Out The Jams

Gearing up for release in U.S. theaters nationwide on April 8, Hardcore Henry (formerly titled Hardcore) is "the first feature film to fully realize the first person "shooter" perspective," wrote our own Ryland Aldrich in his review from last fall's... More »
By Peter Martin   

Trailer For Short Film HERE WE ARE: Isolation And Strange Gravity

Fabien Dubois (whose previous shorts include Akira, Burn,  and High/Low) and Aladdin Serroui (director of Je suis un echo and co-producer of Welcome to Hoxford) have been working on their short Here We Are for quite some time, and I've... More »

Review: EXCESS FLESH Makes You Uncomfortable To Make A Point

Jill (Bethany Orr) is a typical misfit, a painfully shy girl who doesn't fit in in L.A., much less in her own apartment, which she shares with the superficial, abusive Jennifer (Mary Loveless), a class-A bitch who wolfs down bags... More »

Exclusive Clip: EXCESS FLESH, A Half-Dressed Encounter With The Police

Ever have one of those Mondays where things fall apart before you can even touch them? That's what at least one woman appears to be experiencing in an exclusive clip from Excess Flesh, which you can watch below. The synopsis... More »
By Peter Martin   

SXSW 2016 Exclusive Clip: THE ARBALEST Teases Obsession

Ready to premiere shortly as part of SXSW's Narrative Feature Competition, The Arbalest has a very intriguing premise: Foster Kalt, a famous toy inventor in the 1970s, reflects on his lifelong obsession with Sylvia Frank. From his first meeting with... More »
By Peter Martin   
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