Jorge Michael Grau Heads To Louisiana To CURSE THE DARKNESS

Jorge Michael Grau, director of the Mexican cannibal film We Are What We Are, is heading to Louisiana to direct a new zombie film, Curse The Darkness. The film will be produced by Elijah Wood's production banner Spectrevision, along with partners Daniel... More »
  

Film 4 FrightFest 2014: Day Four Video Diary, Featuring Nacho Vigalondo, Robert Englund, And DR. MOREAU

Day Four of Film 4 Frightfest has come and gone and we have another video to share with you.Nacho Vigalondo talks about his latest film Open Windows with our very own Shelagh Rowen-Legg. Other films include The Samurai, Doc Of The... More »
  

Watch A Teaser And Two Clips For Norwegian Post Apocalyptic Flick DAWN

We have a teaser and two clips to share with you from the Norwegian post-apocalyptic film Dawn, aka Morgenrøde, by filmmaker Anders Elsrud Hultgreen. The film stars Ingar Helge Gimle from Dead Snow 2. According to the official synopsis: Morgenrøde... More »
  

DVD Review: THE GRAND SEDUCTION Flirts Lightly

Based on its bold title, you would be forgiven for thinking The Grand Seduction, a new comedy starring stalwart actor Brendan Gleeson, is an epic and complex drama comedy. It is in fact quite the opposite; a simmering small-town affair,... More »
  

Vienna In September: Be Prepared To Hear Somebody Scream In A Cinema Near You

Again, going to a cinema in Vienna in September might turn out to be a pretty bloody and scary experience. Not only does the Slash Filmfestival with its never ending love for the excesses of fantastic cinema lure the inclined... More »
  

THE SIMILARS (LOS PARECIDOS): Twitch Visits The Set Of Isaac Ezban's Upcoming Sci-Fi Picture

The Similars (Los Parecidos) tells the story of eight different persons who are stuck at a bus station. It's October 2, 1968 and Mexico is about to live the student massacre of Tlatelolco. But that's just the film's background and... More »
  

Twitchvision: Jason Gorber Talks Richard Attenborough, SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR, And THE CONGRESS

The latest edition of my video report is dedicated to memories of the late Lord Richard Attenborough, star of numerous classics and a world class director.Also, a look at Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, as well as the... More »
  

FrightFest 2014 Review: ALLELUIA, A Fire-Charged Thriller

The madness and obsession of love is a recurring theme in Fabrice de Welz's first two films Calvaire and Vinyan, and his latest, Alleluia, continues this trend. Taking on the infamous tale of the Honeymoon Killers (an American couple who conned... More »
  

Fantastic Zagreb: Fourth Edition Celebrates A Fantastic Spirit (Gallery)

Jim Mickle's Cold in July had its first post-Cannes film festival presentation at a gorgeous and inspiring location - an open-air screening in castle Medvedgrad, overlooking the city of Zagreb halfway up the mountain of Medvednica. The wonderful location was... More »
By Uri Aviv   
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Fritz Lang's FRAU IM MOND

In 1929, just two years after changing the face of cinematic science fiction with Metropolis, German filmmaker Fritz Lang returned to the genre with the infinitely more grounded and realistic Frau Im Mond (Woman In The Moon).Far less well-known than... More »
  

CHOPPER Director To Pen Justin Lin's SHAOLIN TEMPLE Remake

Andrew Dominik, the New Zealand writer-director of Chopper, Killing Them Softly and the criminally under-seen western The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford will next write the screenplay for Shaolin Temple, the big-budget remake of the 1982... More »
  

Lord Richard Attenborough: 1923 - 2014

Less than a week shy of his 91st birthday, news has come from across the pond that actor and director, Lord Richard Attenborough passed away earlier today at a nursing home he lived at with his wife. Attenborough had a film... More »
  

Pretty Packaging: Take A Look At HERZOG - THE COLLECTION Blu-ray Boxset

For Werner Herzog fans with a Blu-ray player, 2014 has turned into a remarkable year, as boxsets of his work are being released on both sides of the Atlantic. In the UK, the BFI released an 18-film boxset, while distributor... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Mexico Picks Its Films For The 2015 Academy And Goya Awards

The road to the 2015 Oscars has began in Mexico with the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences (AMACC) revealing which movies are competing to represent the country at the world's most famous film awards. 21 films will be... More »
  

Film 4 FrightFest 2014: Watch The Day Three Video Diary

More goodies from FrightFest TV on all things gory, ghouly, ghostly and gangly. Yes, it's day three of FrightFest 2014, with coverage and interviews for The Harvest, The Babadook, The Sleeping Room, Starry Eyes, Digging Up The Marrow, plus a... More »
  

Review: DOCTOR WHO S8E01, DEEP BREATH (Or, Look Who's Got A New Face)

As ever, there were a lot of questions to be asked as we welcome a new actor to the title role of Doctor Who. Few, however, questioned whether Peter Capaldi could deliver the goods. Unsurprisingly, he's excellent. He slips into... More »
  

Film4 FrightFest 2014: Watch The Day Two Video Diary

Digging a bit deeper into the second day of the 2014 edition of Film4 FrightFest, erstwhile video bloggers Chris And Phil feature coverage of The Canal, Julia, The Forgotten, Late Phases, and The Last Showing. Chris And Phil are there chronicling... More »
  

RUROUNI KENSHIN: THE LEGEND ENDS. Watch The Stellar New Trailer For The Epic Finale.

The live action adaptations of hugely popular manga and anime series Rurouni Kenshin have been positively tearing up the Japanese box office charts and it's not hard at all to see why. Ohtomo Keishi's first installment - released in 2012... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Explore The WETLANDS With The Exclusive NSFW Clip

David Wnendt's adaptation of Charlotte Roche's cult novel Wetlands caused quite the stir at the Sundance film festival and not just for the reasons you might assume. It's a given, really, that any movie about a teen girl obsessed with her... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: JERSEY SHORE MASSACRE, A Really Dumb Slasher Flick Saved By Good Gore

Teresa and her girlfriends head to the Jersey Shore for a weekend of drunken debauchery. When there is a mix-up with their booking and they have nowhere else to go, Teresa suggests they stay at her Uncle Vito's in the Pine... More »
  
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