SICCIN 3: Latest Entry In Turkish Horror Franchise Delivers A Gloriously Over The Top Trailer

'Subtle' is not a word likely to be applied to any of Alper Mestçi's Siccin films and with the trailer for the third entry in the Turkish horror franchise frreshly released I think we can all agree that this is... More »
By Todd Brown   

Review: Naivety Goes Awry in Coming-of-Middle-Age Greek Dramedy SUNTAN

Greek cinema had a successful run last year reminding us of the cinematic deluge from Hellenic peninsula we had started to refer to as the Greek New Wave. Besides the already known personalities with international credentials - Athina Rachel Tsangari... More »
By Martin Kudlac   

Hey, NYC! Wanna See HARDCORE HENRY Early And For Free?

Ilya Naishuller's First Person POV action flick has been gaining buzz since premiering at Toronto last fall where our own Ryland Aldrich was much enthused citing that the film "feels like the beginning of an incredible new genre of experiential... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Making A Promo: A Peek at Ne'er Do Well Films' 12

The Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival begins next week, and alongside it, the Frontieres Market. This co-production market, focused on genre film, will bring twenty productions from the likes of Can Evrenol (Baskin), Amy Darling (Violent), Alexandre Phiippe (Doc of... More »

Russia Has A Hunger Battle Games Royale To Call Its Own With DANCES TO DEATH

If imitation truly is the highest form of flattery than the makers of The Hunger Games must be feeling, well, they must be feeling just as flattered as the makers of Battle Royale were by The Hunger Games when that... More »
By Todd Brown   

Review: APRIL AND THE EXTRAORDINARY WORLD, A Tricky, Stirring Journey

April is an extraordinary character in an extraordinary world. As voiced by Marion Cotillard in the animated film April and the Extraordinary world (original title: Avril et le monde truque), she is the offspring of scientists who have gone missing.... More »
By Peter Martin   

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   

BASKIN: Watch A Music Video For The Upcoming Soundtrack Release

Lakeshore Records will be releasing Ulaş Pakkan's score to Can Evrenol's Baskin to iTunes on March 25th - the same day the film hits US theatres and VOD platforms - with CD to follow shortly thereafter and we've got an... More »
By Todd Brown   

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   

Crowdfund This! Serbian SciFi EDERLEZI RISING Must Complete Its Mission!

Featuring gorgeous retro-futurist production design that clearly nods  to the likes of Tarkovsky and other Soviet era science fiction films and featuring adult film star Stoya in her first non-porn role, Lazar Bodrozha's upcoming Ederlezi Rising is sure to turn... More »
By Todd Brown   

Review: MY GOLDEN DAYS, Bittersweet Words And Lust For Life

Those allergic to French film clichés should consider running in terror from My Golden Days. The hits are all there in director Arnaud Desplechin's latest, a pseudo-prequel to his even more comically cliché-titled My Sex Life... or How I Got... More »
By Ben Croll   

Russia's DUELIST Delivers A Guns-Blazing Second Trailer

Russian helmer Alex Mizgiryov caught our attention back in December with the first teaser for his upcoming period set action film Duelist (Дуэлянт). Telling the tale of an 1800's roaming duelist-for-hire that first teaser was slick, stylish, and enormously entertaining... More »
By Todd Brown   

THE TUNNEL: Watch The Trailer For TROLL HUNTER Director's New Short

Troll Hunter director Andre Ovredal has been busy over the past few years with a variety of feature film projects at various stages but, even so, he still managed to carve out time to direct a new short film titled... More »
By Todd Brown   

PYROMANIAC: Erik Skjoldbjærg Returns With New Norwegian Thriller

Erik Skjoldbjærg, the acclaimed director of Insomnia - later remade by Christopher Nolan - and Nokas returns to the big screen with Pyromaniac, a period set thriller which has just released its first trailer. The year is 1981 and it... More »
By Todd Brown   

Watch The Fabulous Full Trailer For Arild Frohlich's GRAND HOTEL

Despite a relatively short filmography, Norwegian helmer Arild Frohlich has become a great favorite in these parts. He got things kicked off with Fatso, an enormously transgressive - and hysterically funny - adaptation of a cult novel that manages to... More »
By Todd Brown   

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 »

THE SUNKEN CONVENT: Watch The Trailer For The Danish Short

Danish director Michael Panduro is one we've been keeping an eye on in these parts for a good while now and he will soon be making his return to screens with short film effort The Sunken Convent. A man wakes... More »
By Todd Brown   

Review: THE WAVE, A Sweeping Piece Of Entertainment

Since first appearing on the scene with Cold Prey in 2006, Norwegian director Roar Uthaug - not pronounced how it looks to English speakers but an awesome name, nonetheless - has earned himself quite a reputation, thanks to his ability... More »
By Todd Brown   

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   
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