MEXICO BARBARO: Watch An Exclusive Clip From Gigi Saul Guerrero's 'Dia De Los Muertos'

Mexican horror anthology Mexico Barbaro hits DVD and VOD from Dark Sky Films today and we're pleased to offer up an exclusive clip from Gigi Saul Guerrero's segment of the anthology, Dia De Los Muertos.Eight Mexican directors unite to create... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Morbido 2015: Watch Gigi Saul Guerrero's Opening Ceremony Video PALOMA

Okay. So Morbido came to a close last night and I am already back home in Toronto and dipping into the varieties of Mezcal I brought back with me. Hint. They vary by the numbers of worms at the bottom of... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

KRYPTONITA: Watch The Trailer For Nicanor Loreti's Hyper Stylized Super Villain Film

While Hollywood will soon be unleashing Suicide Squad upon the world, Argentinean director Nicanor Loreti is beating the studios to the punch with his own tale of super villainy with Kryptonita. Adapted from the novel by Leo Oyola Kryptonita revolves... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE SIMILARS (LOS PARECIDOS): Watch The Trailer For Isaac Ezban's Serling-Influenced Latest!

Fresh from its world premiere at Fantastic Fest and European launch in Sitges, Isaac Ezban's sophomore film The Similars (Los Parecidos) is headed home to takes its bow in the helmer's native Mexico as part of the Morbido Festival and... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Warsaw 2015 Review: ALIAS MARIA, Disturbing Tale of Child Soldiers

The sophomore feature of Colombian director José Luis Rugeles, Alias Maria world-premiered in the Cannes Un Certain Regard sidebar before being programmed in the Warsaw Film Festival's Discoveries section which rounds up cherry-picked worthy-to-see films from around the festival... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  

Demonic Possession, Peruvian Style In Second Trailer For NO ESTAMOS SOLOS

Back in July, a brief teaser was released for No Estamos Solos, a new Peruvian horror movie which looked very much like a haunted house/ghost story. Now, a second trailer is available and as it turns out, there was more... More »
  

MEXICO BARBARO: Watch The Official Trailer For The Horror Anthology!

We've been keeping a close eye on Mexican horror anthology Mexico Barbaro for quite some time now and with a US release around the corner from Dark Sky Films there is finally an official trailer for the project.Eight Mexican directors... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE FOSTERING (O DIABO MORA AQUI): Watch The Trailer For The Brazilian Horror

With Brazilian horror The Fostering (O Diabo Mora Aqui) about to have its world premiere at the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival we are proud to offer up the first trailer for the film here at Twitch.Directed by Dante Vescio... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The Trailer For Cyberpsychadelic VIDEOPHILIA (AND OTHER VIRAL SYNDROMES)

Rotterdam's Hivos Tiger Award winner Videophilia (and Other Viral Syndromes), directed by promising Paruvian talent Juan Daniel F.Molero - the recent winner of the Grand Prix at the Split Film Festival - has launched an English friendly trailer. Since... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  

FRANCESCA: Watch The Trailer For Argentinian Giallo Horror Flick

The Argentinian Giallo horror flick Francesca will make its World Premiere at the Sitges Fantastic Film Festival in October, from the 9th to the 18th. Francesca will compete in the "New Visions" category and for the "Best Latin American Production" award. We... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

FROM AFAR (DESDE ALLA) Trailer: Quiet Intensity From Venezuela

The first trailer for Desde Alla (From Afar) starts slowly, as a well-to-do, middle-aged man gets to know a street thug. It builds steadily from there, introducing a vibe of intensity that grows louder as the end draws near. Here's the... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

LA MEMORIA DEL AGUA Trailer Puts A Relationship To The Test

The trailer for La Memoria del Agua (The Memory of Water) effectively establishes an unhappy, moody tone for its tale of a young couple whose relationship is put to the test after a tragic accident. Elena Anaya and Benjamin Vicuna star.... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Exclusive Clip: THE SECOND MOTHER, Ice Cream And A Stubborn Girl

Heading for release in select theaters this coming Friday, August 28, The Second Mother (original title: Que horas ela volta) promises a complex view of domestic help and class barriers. We have an exclusive clip to give a taste of what... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Lima 2015 Review: THE FIRE (EN INCENDIO) Consumes A Relationship And Makes You Watch

Brutal and horrifying are words you'd normally use to describe a horror movie, not a relationship drama, but The Fire (El Incendio), from first-time director Juan Schnitman, earns them. It has nothing to do with ghosts or monsters, but it's... More »
  

Lima 2015 Review: DOS BESOS, A Melodrama With Some Surprises

Peruvian director Francisco J. Lombardi has worked steadily since the late 70s, having made 18 films; not a small feat in a country where making movies is a difficult task. The Lima Film Festival is one of the longest running... More »
  

CrowdFund This: NONA, Strange Fires And A Mysterious Woman In Chile

In one of the more unusual crowdfunding videos I've seen, Josefina Ramirez talks about her method of choosing roles: "I don't have to read scripts ... Just tell me the theme, and from that I make my own deductions." Now,... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Watch The Trailer For Peruvian Ghost Story NO ESTAMOS SOLOS

El Vientre ("The Womb") a 2014 psychological thriller, was the first foray into genre movies for director Daniel Rodríguez Risco, who had previously made the little-seen drama The Watercolorist in 2008. The old-fashioned, unpretentious Vientre showed Rodríguez's untapped ability to generate creepy, ominous atmosphere and... More »
  

Trapero's EL CLAN Trailer Shows A Master At His Peak

A long time favorite here at Twitch, Pablo Trapero returns with his real life crime film El Clan and everything you need to know about the man - and the film - are encapsulated in the first shot of the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

UPTAKE FEAR: Trailer Premiere For Dark Brazilian Thriller

It was just last year that the Fantaspoa Festival in Brazil took their first step in to not just screening films but producing them as well with their debut producing effort Jorge And Alberto Versus The Neoliberal Demons and with... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: DESAPARECER, A Jungle-Set Thriller That Raises The Bar

Desaparecer is Dorian Fernández-Moris' third film in two years. Moving away from the found footage horror format of his previous pictures, Cementerio General and Secreto Matusita, the director is now trying his hand at an action thriller, and despite some... More »
  
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