In CAMINO, Zoe Bell Fights For Her Life

Josh Waller's Camino premiered last September in front of a packed theatre -- or actually, three of them simultaneously at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas. Starring Zoe Bell, Nacho Vigalondo, and Francisco Barriero, Camino posits Bell as an award-winning photojournalist who gets... More »
  

Review: KNIGHT OF CUPS, A Malick For The New Day

Rejoice ye fans of Terrence Malick - your wily transcendentalist has emerged again! And though the film doesn't equal (ahem... transcend) his previous highs, Knight Of Cups at least finds the idiosyncratic auteur trying something new. Malick's style remains the... More »
By Ben Croll   
  

Trailer: Can Evrenol's BASKIN Looks Into The Eye Of Madness

Back in September of 2015, Turkish director Can Evrenol took the festival circuit by storm when his debut feature Baskin slayed audiences at both TIFF and Fantastic Fest, followed closely in October by scaring the shit out of Catalunyan fright... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Review: SONGS MY BROTHERS TAUGHT ME, Confident, Measured And Mature

The debut feature from Beijing-born Chloe Zhao focuses on the unlikely subject matter of adolescent Lakota indians in South Dakota. Beautifully photographed and confidently directed, Songs My Brothers Taught Me is a notable first film, marred only by a rather... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Astron 6 Team With Guy Maddin And Rachel Talalay For DIVORCED DAD

It's a collision of seemingly disparate but each compellingly odd and wonderful forces of the Canadian film scene with word that the madmen at Astron 6 (Father's Day, The Editor) have teamed up with Guy Maddin (The Saddest Music In... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

CROSSING POINT: Watch The Exclusive And Explosive Trailer

True story. In my final year of high school I went on a missions trip during spring break to Tijuana, Mexico. We went into the burroughs and we built a house for a family in need. You know. the good... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Review: THE LAST MAN ON THE MOON, For Those Who Stare Into The Sky And Wonder

Initially more of a hagiography than a documentary, The Last Man on the Moon gradually expands beyond its worshipful stance to examine the U.S. space program and, in particuar, the contributions of the titular astronaut. The U.S. space program in... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Watch Some Icky Sticky, Ooey Gooey Horror In BAD BLOOD: THE MOVIE Trailer!

When we first heard about Tim Reis' horror flick Bad Blood: The Movie the director was presenting his Werefrog film as a work in progress at the Frontieres Co-Production Market at Fantasia last Summer. Thankfully for fans of sloppy and... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Beware The Arrival Of THE MAN FROM DEATH

We have long been fans of filmmaker Eric Lim in these parts, with a quick search of the TwitchFilm archives pulling up stories about his work going back around a decade now. He's a bit of a hard guy to... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: THEY LOOK LIKE PEOPLE, Terror At Its Very Best

It begins in the dark hollows of your mind. But you can feel it in your heart. Pumping through your veins. The notion that something is wrong. That the world is wrong. That reality is not what it seems. That... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Parade Deck Films To Release Jason Trost's ALL SUPERHEROES MUST DIE: 2 This Summer

Parade Deck Films is working again with Jason Trost (The FP, How To Save Us) to release his next film All Superheroes Must Die: 2. The film will hit the festival circuit this Spring with a target day and date... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

NSFW Trailer For BELLADONNA OF SADNESS Is An Erotic, Candy-Colored Fever Dream

Yamamoto Eiichi's almost completely forgotten animated erotic fantasy Belladonna of Sadness is on its way to theaters this spring. In celebration of its upcoming release, North American distributor Cinelicious Pics has a brand new trailer cut by L.A. indie stalwart... More »
By Charlie Hobbs   
  

Exclusive Clip: CAMINO, "You Know How I Get," Says Zoë Bell

Stuntwoman turned leading lady Zoë Bell and filmmaker turned villain Nacho Vigalondo star in Camino, which our own Michele "Izzy" Galgana liked quite a bit, stating in part: "The dichotomy of loss and sorrow against action in this survivalist adventure... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Review: THE WITCH, Dark And Brooding Comes The Fright

Dark, brooding, and mysterious, The Witch is more parts drama than horror. But genre elements and a solid grounding in period source material will keep audiences engaged throughout the film's thrilling conclusion. Set in New England circa 1630 (well before... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   
  

HumanSide Podcast: Director Robert Eggers Talks THE WITCH

Welcome to HumanSide. This time around I'll be letting you in on some amazing Chicago-based movie happenings, including the Music Box Theatre 70 MM Film Festival, the Roger Ebert Film Festival and a pair of great screenings from the Chicago... More »
By Dave Canfield   
  

IN HER PLACE: Watch The Complete Short Film Now

It has been quite some time since we first wrote about Kevin Hamedani's short film project In Her Place. Back then it was under a different title, Prince Ali, but most notable of all was that Hamedani and his writer... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

SISTER HELL: Watch The Award Winning Short In All Its Unholy Glory

Alright, all you sinners and winners out there. Just in time for Valentine's Day have we got a sinful story to share with you. Having completed the festival circuit Fredrik S Hana's award winning short film Sister Hell is ready to... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Watch The Trailer For Canadian Sci-fi Flick PRISON X

Those guys at Raven Banner Entertainment just keep chugging along. Good thing they are in Berlin at EFM, one of the great epicenters of fermented liquid consumption. But I also mean chugging along like a train as they have announced that... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

BLACKHEARTS: Watch The Official Trailer For The Black Metal Pilgrimage Doc

We brought you a clip of a satanic ceremony. We let you know how you could support the doc. And now we are the first to share with you the trailer for the black metal odyssey Blackhearts! The documentary Blackhearts follows... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Everyone Has A Gun, Or Two, In This Clip From KILL OR BE KILLED

Kill or be Killed, the new Western from Justin Meeks and Duane Graves, both of Butcher Boys and Wild Man of the Navidad fame, comes out on DVD and VOD on March 1st. We have been given a clip to... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  
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