Interview: Roy Andersson Is All Laughs On A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

Roy Andersson, arguably one of the most singular voices in cinema and widely regarded as one who godfathered that droll, deadpan 'Scandinavian Humor,' has his first new film out in eight years and it's titled, A Pigeon Sat on A... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

Giant Ant Attack In IT CAME FROM THE DESERT Proof Of Concept Video

There are giant ants on the way to spread destruction in Marko Mäkilaakso's adaptation of classic video game It Came From The Desert. We first covered this one back in February when the project was initially announced but following a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This! The DOULA Is Coming For You

What's this? The producer of Norwegian indie hit Thale teaming up with forces in Denmark and the American exec producers of Sundance and SXSW selections Experimenter and Manson Family Vacation? And they're bringing Eli Roth's Hostel DP along for the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SKY SHARKS Love ... Sardines?

I will not even pretend that I understand how this new animation from Wolf Matzl - the man responsible for the title sequence on The ABCs Of Death 2 - fits in to the already very weird world of Sky... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Fabrice du Welz's ALLELUIA Hits US Screens July 17th, Check Out The New Trailer

Belgian director Fabrice du Welz delivered one of the most acclaimed films of 2014 with his Alleluia - a selection of the Cannes Film Festival and multiple award winner at Fantastic Fest - and US audiences eager to check it... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3 (FINAL SEQUENCE) Will Assault The UK Across Every Platform This July

Monster Pictures has announced that it will release The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence), the third and presumably last chapter in director Tom Six's controversial bad-taste trilogy in the UK this July. The film will open in selected cinemas on... More »
By James Marsh   
  

COMEBACK: Check The Full Trailer For The Danish Comedy

It's been quite some time since Danish helmer Natasha Arthy was last on the big screen but after a lengthy - and productive - foray into television but she's headed back to cinemas for the first time since 2007's Fighter... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

Only a few living directors have achieved status in world cinema as Roy Andersson did. Calling him a cult director seems like a huge understatement, even though we are talking about a rather narrow body of work consisting of three features... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  

Mechanical Ghosts On The Run: Peter Tscherkassky Retrospective On Doc Alliance

For two weeks Doc Alliance,an European online streaming platform for documentaries has been presenting many digital copies of Austrian avant-garde filmmaker Peter Tscherkassky's films for free. Tscherkassky, whose latest The Exquisite Corpus premiered a few days ago in Cannes,... More »
  

Win The Entire Artsploitation Films DVD Back Catalogue, Only At TwitchFilm

Philedelphia based film distributor Artsploitation Films has been hibernating for the past 15 months, however, this June they come roaring back with brand new DVD and Blu-ray releases of festival favorites Horsehead, Der Samurai, and The House of 1,000 Eyes.In... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Hey, Spain! Atlántida Film Fest Is Coming To An Internet Connection Near You

Atlántida Film Fest, run through the VOD service Filmin, is back with the 5th edition of its online festival. As (sadly) many indie/art-house cinemas have closed across the country, VOD is the only way many Spaniards can see something non-Hollywood,... More »
  

Fantaspoa 2015 Review: Sam's POSSESSED Presents An Exorcism With Clay And A Fragmented Script

Possessed (aka Pos eso) is a peculiar Spanish animation which recalls the claymation classics of Wallace and Gromit for the design of its characters - after all the director Sam worked as an animator for Aardman - but not due to... More »
  

Panorama Europe 2015 Offers Some Of The Best Recent European Films

Panorama Europe 2015, the seventh edition of the festival (formerly known as Disappearing Act) which brings some to the best recent examples of contemporary European filmmaking to New York, screens from May 29 through June 14 at the Museum of... More »
  

The SKY SHARKS Head To The Printed Page!

What could be better than Nazi zombies riding jet powered sharks through the skies? Nazi zombies riding jet powered sharks through the skies on the printed page, that's what!  Yup, with the crowd funding campaign for the cult horror comedy... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

You're About To Hack Time! Watch KUNG FURY In Full Now

Prepare yourselves for 30 minutes of neon and blood soaked awesome, as David Sandberg's epic homage to everything 80s - Kung Fury - is now available to watch in full online. Cops, ninjas, car chases, shoot outs, kung fu, arcade games, time... More »
By James Marsh   
  

An Interview With All Directors Of GERMAN ANGST! Marschall! Kosakowski! Buttgereit! Part 1!

The Berlin-based horror anthology German Angst was among the many world premieres this year at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and all three of its directors were attending in person. The day after, I was lucky enough to get to... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Cannes 2015 Review: RAMS, An Exceptional Tale Of Exceptional Stubbornness

Oh, Iceland. With your otherworldly landscapes and ability to extract cool, dry drama like you're farming permafrost, your cinema is like your vistas -  inspiring and intimidating. Add to that some of the special spice that has made the... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

SWORD OF VENGEANCE: Get Behind The Scenes Of The Period Actioner With This Exclusive Clip

Period action flick Sword of Vengeance hits DVD / BluRay today from Well Go USA and if you have a hankering to see how they make these sorts of sword and sandals period epics look good on screen, well, here's... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Cannes 2015 Review: COSMODRAMA, A French Metaphysical Star Trek

Science-fiction has never taken particularly strong roots in French cinema despite being born in hands of a certain Monsieur Meliés on French soil. And Gallic helmer Phillipe Fernandez is not likely to alter the status quo with his sophomore feature... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  

Pretty Packaging: GERMAN ANGST Has A German Uncut Blu-ray/DVD Release

(Not as offending as you might think...) Horror anthologies are doing fine these days, and sometimes allow filmmakers to keep flexing their muscles even when it's hard to get a full feature off the ground. A good example of this... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  
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