EXCLUSIVE: Get A First Look At THE SEARCH FOR WENG WENG Trailer

Those of you lucky enough to have seen 80s Filipino action oddity For Your Height Only will be familiar with the legacy of Weng Weng, and now there's a new documentary doing the rounds that pries open the legend of... More »
  

THE ROVER: New Clip From David Michod's Thriller

David Michod's thriller The Rover made it onto our list of hotly anticipated films for 2014 for good reason. Michod had already made an impression on us with Animal Kingdom. Then he added stalwart actor Guy Pearce to the mix.... More »
  

Review: THE DOUBLE Confirms Aoyade As A Potent, Fresh Voice

It seems fair to say that when Richard Aoyade's debut feature, Submarine, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2010, it caught people by surprise. There were few expectations on the little indie comedy from the large-haired comedian turned... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Set Sail With The First Teaser For NORTHMEN: A VIKING SAGA

Grab your swords and metal helmets, offer up a prayer to Odin, and take a moment to check out the trailer for German / South African historical action co-production Northmen: A Viking Saga.A gang of Viking marauders under the command... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch A Fresh Trailer For Stuart Simpson's CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY VANILLA

Life is hard when you're a socially awkward icecream man and Australian director Stuart Simpson has taken that simple idea and managed to turn it into something surprisingly resonant with his Australian cult hit Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla.We've covered this one... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

XLrator Media Will Haunt U.S. Homes With HOUSEBOUND

Good news! XLrator Media has acquired the U.S. rights for Kiwi horror-comedy Housebound. The film had its World Premiere at SXSW this past Spring. Twitch Managing Editor Peter Martin caught it at the festival and has this to say in... More »
  

THE DOUBLE: Richard Ayoade Talks His Newest Creation And The Road From TV To The Big Screen

British comedy star Richard Ayoade has proven to be one of the brightest directing talents to come out of the UK in recent years and with his second feature film beginning its limited run on US screens this week it... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Billy Wilder's ACE IN THE HOLE

Released in 1951, Ace in the Hole marked a pivotal moment in the career of its writer-director, Billy Wilder, for a number of different reasons. His scathing attack on the media was Wilder's first film after breaking his long-term writing... More »
  

When You're A Vampire You Become Very Sexy. Watch The WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS Trailer Now!

A big hit at the Sundance film festival - after which it rolled on to Berlin and SXSW with similar results - the first trailer has arrived for New Zealand horror comedy What We Do In The Shadows. Shot on... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

THE BACHELOR WEEKEND: Watch An Exclusive Clip From The Irish Comedy

Well covered here at Twitch under it's Irish title of The Stag, John Butler's The Bachelor Weekend is currently available on iTunes and VOD platforms and with the limited theatrical release starting tomorrow we've got an exclusive clip to share... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Ten Essential Films From Bob Hoskins

With word breaking early today that veteran character actor Bob Hoskins has passed away at age 71 from complications of pneumonia, now seems a good time to look back over the career of the versatile actor and pay tribute to... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Get An EXCLUSIVE First Look At THE BURNING KISS Poster

Following the premiere of the exclusive teaser for new Australian feature film The Burning Kiss, Twitch has an exclusive new poster for the film to show you. Director Robbie Studsor appreciates the importance of film poster artwork, and in particular how... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

Hot Docs 2014 Review: THE DARKSIDE Upholds the Tradition of Oral History

I learned a new phrase while watching spiritual Australian documentary The Darkside.  To take a 'stickybeak' is to pry around the premises and ask uncomfortable questions. A lady uses this phrase while talking about an Ouija board her and her... More »
  

Review: THE QUIET ONES, The Dull Roar Of Disappointment

As expected, the newest Hammer horror film is atmospheric and moody; unfortunately, the atmosphere is dire and the mood is dull. The Quiet Ones is a veritable alphabet soup of disappointment: a is for aimless, b is for baffling, c... More »
  

Review: LOCKE, An Ingenious Thriller

British second time director Steven Knight brings an ingenious thriller of 84 minutes in length solely shot in one location; the inside of a car. Its name: Locke. Welsh construction manager Ivan Locke, played by Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight,... More »
  

Blu-ray Review: Bill Forsyth's THAT SINKING FEELING From The BFI

Before creating such classics of modern British Cinema as Gregory's Girl and Local Hero, Glaswegian filmmaker Bill Forsyth's debut feature was the 1979 gem That Sinking Feeling, about a gang of young chancers who look to make a quick buck... More »
  

Poster And Trailer For UK Indie SciFi BEYOND

Due to have its world premiere as part of the SciFi London Festival later this week, the official poster and trailer for Tom Large and Joseph Baker's Beyond has arrived online.For a brief moment in history, the world stood still.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Hey London! Zipangu Fest Returns With FRANK CHICKENS, GOOD WIFE And More!

Arguably the most unique and eclectic of film festivals in the UK to throw its focus on Japanese cinema, Zipangu Fest returns this 1st June, for an evening of weird and wonderful cinematic delights, curated and hosted by acclaimed Japanese... More »
  

Tribeca 2014 Review: Ivan Kavanagh Dumps All of His Fears into THE CANAL

Take one part Lynchian weirdness, one part Polanski paranoia, toss in a hefty dose of J-Horror, mix 'em and cook 'em in a pot like gumbo, as the noted American poet Ice Cube once said, add just a smidgen of... More »
  

Cannes 2014: Competition Titles Announced, Including THE ROVER And MAPS TO THE STARS

In Paris this morning, festival President Gilles Jacob and Director Thierry Fremaux announced the full lineup for next month's Cannes Film Festival. The festival, considered by many to be (if not the most) important and prestigious in the world, will... More »
By Ben Croll   
  
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