Los Cabos 2014: Xavier Dolan To Visit Mexico And Present MOMMY

Canada's enfant terrible Xavier Dolan is set to visit a Mexican film festival for the first time! Los Cabos is the festival that took the cake as it will host the Latin American premiere of Dolan's latest picture, Mommy, with the... More »
  

Opening Clip from AUTOMATA

We at Twitch are big fans of Gabe Ibañéz's new sci fi film Autómata, currently no. 3 on iTunes and due for release in the US this Friday October 10th. A fantastic vision of a surreal dystopian future, it tells... More »
  

Be Charmed By The Trailer For Malaysian Quasi-SciFi Comedy NOVA (TERBAIK DARI LANGIT)

It was just last year that we first came across the work of Malaysia's Nik Amir Mustapha and we immediately knew that he was one of us. The occasion was his debut film, a genre mashing drama titled Kil that... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check Out America's Scariest Haunts, Thanks To THE HOUSES OCTOBER BUILT

If you are looking for some of America's scariest haunts this Halloween season, then the folks behind the upcoming horror flick The Houses October Built have created a map of some of the best in the country. They also included all... More »
  

Doyle, Asano And Khavn Collide In The RUINED HEART Trailer

What happens when you take one of the most punk rock filmmakers on the planet in Khavn de la Cruz - a Filipino lofi maestro who elevates 'shambolic' to an art form - and put him together with acclaimed cinematographer... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Poster Debut For Albert Arizza's MALWARE

It was all the way back in 2007 that we first wrote about Spanish director Albert Arizza and his serial killer film Ramirez. Well, seven years later Arizza is now in pre-production on his latest offering, a scifi thriller titled... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This: Tony Ukpo's SciFi Horror THE HADES PIT

We've been covering Tony Ukpo's work here on Twitch for years now, the UK based indie director having turned out a string of impressive micro budget features over the years. And while his plans for upcoming scifi horror picture The... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Slick, Youthful Action In Dutch Thriller BOY 7

Taking a premise familiar from the likes of Memento, Paycheck, Dark City and others - a protagonist who must piece together who they are from fragmentary clues while on the run from others who know far, far more than they... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

NYC Happenings: "Stephen Chow: The King of Comedy," An Appreciation of the Popular and Versatile Hong Kong Actor-Director

Hong Kong actor and writer-director Stephen Chow has been an immensely popular figure in Asia since first appearing on TV and in films in the late 1980s. He is best known in the West, however, for his two breakout international hits... More »
  

Watch Mark Hartley's ELECTRIC BOOGALOO Trailer Now!

Australian director Mark Hartley has brought his own country's B-movie history to glorious life with Not Quite Hollywood. He's taken us on a trip through the wild film history of American shlock transplanted to the Philippines in Machete Maidens Unleashed.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Sitges 2014 Review: [REC4] Is Still Fun But Overly Familar

It's certainly been a while, but the Sitges Film Festival and its audience hasn't forgotten about REC and the impression it left in its 2007 edition. The film, co-directed by Paco Plaza and Jaume Balagueró won the best director and... More »
  

Feratum 2014 Dispatch: Film Awards Announced

The closing/awards ceremony of Feratum 2014 took place on Saturday, October 4 at the Cenobio Paniagua theater. Both Juan Mora Catlett and Alfonso Arau were honored during the event, before one member of the jury took the stage to announce... More »
  

Hey Australia! Get Ready For The Best Ever Japanese Film Festival In Its 18-Year History

This year, Australia's Japanese Film Festival is not only massive in terms of number of screening locations (which include Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Broome, Cairns, Canberra, Christchurch, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Townsville and Wellington), but also the quantity and quality... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

Hugh Laurie And Tom Hiddleston To Star In TV Adaptation Of John le Carre's THE NIGHT MANAGER

Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston are signed on to star in an espionage drama adapted from John le Carre's 1993 novel The Night Manager. The drama is being developed in partnership with the BBC, who will air the series in the... More »
  

Hey Australia! Win Tickets To See Wong Jing's FLIRTING IN THE AIR In Cinemas!

From producer Wong Jing comes Flirting In The Air, a time-travelling comedy that stars Vulgaria leads Chapman To and Dada Chan. The title suggests a cross between Triumph In The Skies (a television series about a group of pilots) and Stephen... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

GANGSTER PAYDAY Gets A Trailer And A Nice Picture Gallery

In Lee Po-Cheung's comedy action drama Gangster Payday, an aging hoodlum decides to go straight and invest his time and money in a teahouse. When the teahouse stands in the way of a development project, and a rival gang is... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Arrow Video To Expand Stateside, Launches IndieGoGo Campaign To Help

In what was a surprising move to pretty much everyone, the UK's finest boutique cult home video distributor, Arrow Video (an arm of longstanding distributor, Arrow Films), has announced their intentions to expand to North America in 2015. This could... More »
By J Hurtado   
  

Sitges 2014: Fabrice du Welz's ALLELUIA Wins 2014 Méliès d'Or Award

As the 47th Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival gets underway the award for the Best European fantastic feature film, the Méliès d'OR Award, was announced today. Fabrice du Welz`s thriller Alleluia takes home the grand prize! Welz`s film recently took home Best Director,... More »
  

13 BELOVED Director Returns To Horror With THE EYES DIARY. Watch The Trailer!

There was a period of time back in the early 2000s when it appeared that Thailand could do no wrong int he film arena. International audiences were treated to wave after wave of young talent across a broad range of... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

BFI And Aardman Animations Join Forces To Develop Animation Talent

The British Film Institute and Aardman Animations are pulling a 'Wonder Twins Unite' and establishing a development lab to support new animation features and the creative talent behind them. The BFI will provide funding for three filmmakers or filmmaker teams up... More »
  
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