Toronto 2014 Review: Stylish And Well Performed, SCARLET INNOCENCE Surprises And Delights

Adapted from a Korean folk tale and starting off as a softly lensed romantic melodrama, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Scarlet Innocence, the latest work from noted visual stylist Yim Pil-sung, must be primed for a local audience. Yet... More »
  

Exclusive: Your First Look At Canadian Horror BLACKBURN

Twitch has your first look at the Canadian horror flick Blackburn! We have the brand new teaser and a collection of stills from the production which just wrapped up in British Columbia and is heading into post.Directed by stunt veteran... More »
  

Toronto 2014 Review: THE LITTLE DEATH, Kinky, Tragic, Hilarious

Josh Lawson is a charming and cheeky fellow. His goofiness on screen and well-mannered presence has permeated execrable dross from Australia and made it watchable. His painful turn as Doug, the loser partner in Showtime's black comedy series House of... More »
  

Australia's 15th Lavazza Italian Film Festival Has An Effervescent Lineup

The Lavazza Italian Film Festival playing across Australia is now in its 15th year. The festival has brought the best mainstream and accessible Italian festival titles to Australian shores and this year is no exception. The festival is tighter than... More »
  

Kyoto 2014: Lineup Highlights Ancient Capital's Filmmaking Past

The newly re-branded Kyoto International Film and Art Festival has introduced a lineup that focuses on older works, particularly from the city's film-making past, as much as it does on newer titles. With the introduction of the Mifune Toshiro Award, and... More »
  

Toronto 2014 Review: CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA Will Age Gracefully

The eponymous image of Clouds of Sils Maria features a heavenly mist snaking its way through mountain peaks like a river, the rocks frozen in time, immutable, the clouds in perpetual motion.It is shown as shot for Olivier Assayas in 2014,... More »
  

Toronto 2014 Review: HECTOR AND THE SEARCH FOR HAPPINESS, Cluelessly Earnest

The patron saint of smashing entitlement into smithereens, Louis C.K., has a great bit about being Caucasian. The gist of it is that he can hop in a time machine and go back in history, and there will be a... More »
  

Full Trailer For Donnie Yen's KUNG FU JUNGLE Combines Intense Drama With Hard-hitting Action

Donnie Yen's latest film Kung Fu Jungle reteams the action star with director Teddy Chen (Bodyguards And Assassins) and co-star Wang Baoqiang (Iceman). The film's full trailer is now available and it looks intense and exciting. With any luck, this... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

Watch An Exclusive Clip From The Ford Brothers' THE DEAD 2

They unleashed hordes of the undead on continental Africa with The Dead and now brother act Jon and Howard Ford are doing the same in India with the sequel to their indie hit, The Dead 2. A ship docks fresh... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Beyond Fest Is Back!

Oh, how they grow up so fast. Just last year Beyond Fest was merely a new born suckling at the crusty teet of its six-headed mother from Mars (they need moms). And now, it's walking and talking and throwing shrunken... More »
  

BITTER HONEY: Exclusive Clip Highlights Sour Results Of Polygamous Marriage In Indonesia

In an new, exclusive clip from the upcoming Bitter Honey, opening in Los Angeles on October 3 and in New York and several other cities on October 31, we get a taste of life in a polygamous relationship. And, as... More »
  

Review: It's Baudrillard Revisited In Czech Anti-Rom DELIGHT

Czech director Jitka Rudolfová rejoins the ranks of emerging filmmakers worth following. Her feature debut, a sort of generational observation piece called Dreamers, focuses on a group of friends in their 30's who decide to change their aimless lives. Delight... More »
  

WTF? Chapman To Is A Horny Time-Travelling Pilot In Wong Jing's FLIRTING IN THE AIR

Chapman To and Dada Chan are reunited onscreen in another raunchy comedy, this time set in the world of playboy airline pilots and sexy stewardesses - that is until Captain Cool (To) and his wingmen are transported back in time... More »
  

Toronto 2014 Review: Sono's TOKYO TRIBE Is The Best Musical Of The New Decade

Disclaimer: I don't like hip hop. In fact, most of the time I can't stand it. This movie is a hip hop musical. I love this movie.Right now Tokyo Tribe is my choice for the best movie of 2014. Fascinating... More »
  

Raindance Film Festival Announces Their 2014 Lineup

Just when you thought it was safe to come to Twitch and not hear about a film festival... wait, when did you ever think that was going to happen? Film festivals are our bread and butter. Anyway... While much of... More »
  

The Many Faces Of Nicholas Tse

This week, the Chinese drama But Always (aka. Yi Sheng Yi Shi) premieres in several countries worldwide, including the USA. A lengthy description of a doomed romance, it stars Gao Yuanyuan and Nicholas Tse as the star-crossed lovers. James reviewed... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Choi Dong-hoon's ASSASSINATION Assembles Killer Cast

Following 2012's blockbuster caper hit The Thieves, director Choi Dong-hoon is back at it with the new period action-thriller Assassination. What's more, he's bringing his The Thieves stars Gianna Jun, Lee Jung-jae and Oh Dal-su with him, along with more... More »
  

So, Scorsese, De Niro, DiCaprio And Pitt Make A Movie Together, But...

As the story goes, Martin Scorsese got together with Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Brad Pitt and made a movie written by The Wolf of Wall Street scribe Terrence Winter. No. Really. They did. Brad Pitt left his working... More »
  

Watch: Teaser For Aussie Sci-fi INFINI Adds Terror And Polish To 70s And 80s Style

We are about to catch you up on a very cool looking project coming out from Down Under. The Aussie sci-fi flick Infini will bow some time in 2015 and by the looks of the teaser that dropped a couple days ago,... More »
  

Toronto 2014: First Trailer for SPRING Is Monstrously Creepy

On the eve of its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, we have a trailer for Spring. The sophomore film from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Resolution) was shot last year, mainly on the southwest coast of Italy,... More »
  
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