Steve Coogan And Rob Brydon Do Tom Hardy In This Deleted THE TRIP TO ITALY Scene

Available now on DVD and BluRay, Michael Winterbottom's The Trip To Italy once again pairs British comics Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon on a cross country food odyssey that involves at least as much off the cuff banter as it... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

WYRMWOOD: IFC Announces U.S. Date And Unveils New Poster

IFC Midnight has announced the U.S. release dates for Tristan and Kia Roache-Turner's tremendously fun zombie flick Wyrmwood. Along with the announcement, via Fangoria, there also comes a new poster, which suffers from the cut and paste action on the zombie horde at... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Is Secret Cinema Planning Protest Screenings Of THE INTERVIEW This Sunday?

UK-based Secret Cinema, who organise and host elaborate "event screenings" of classic films in conjunction with live performances, have announced a special charity screening to be held in London tomorrow, Sunday 21 December, in protest of the Sony hack attacks... More »
By James Marsh   
  

THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY: Peter Strickland's Latest Releases A Hypnotic Trailer

Director Peter Strickland turned heads amongst cult film circles with his Berberian Sound Studio, a lushly realized tip of the hat to the classic giallo styles of the 1970s that honored the past while also working in Strickland's own unique... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

JOSEPH'S REEL: Check The Gorgeous Teaser For The 35mm Short!

Fans of film shot on actual film - and those flummoxed as to what all the nostalgia is about - here's a little something to cast your eye on, a short film titled Joseph's Reel from director Michael Lavers and... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Hey England! Watch Your Nation's First Ever Sci-fi Film A MESSAGE FROM MARS

Here is something very cool for British sci-fi fans to look forward to next week. On Friday, December 12th, Britain's first ever sci-fi film A Message From Mars will be made available to watch online thanks to a collaboration between... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Dead But Delicious: New Trailer For WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS

One of the funniest (if not the funniest) films of the year, What We Do in the Shadows has made the festival rounds, picking up numerous awards (including the TIFF Midnight Madness Audience Award) along the way. Now, with its... More »
  

SPECTRE: New James Bond Film Title & Cast Announced

Daniel Craig is back in his penultimate iconic performance of James Bond in the new film, Spectre, which will be released in November 2015. And it looks like the rumors are true: Christoph Waltz will be playing the villain, though... More »
  

HYENA: Watch The Slick And Heavy Hitting Trailer For This UK Crime Thriller

By all indications from the previous clip we aired in the Fall and this new trailer for Gerard Johnson's Hyena, we are up for some heavy crime thriller action coming out of the UK. Good policing doesn't necessarily mean doing everything... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Beware The TIME TRAP! Watch Michael Shanks' Fabulous Short Film Now!

Impossibly young and stupidly talented Australian director Michael Shanks has turned up here in the pages of Twitch several times over the past few year. Now in his early twenties there's seemingly nothing Shanks can't do, starting with a YouTube... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Check The Canadian Poster For Ewan McGregor Starring Action Thriller SON OF A GUN

Canada's Mongrel Media will release Ewan McGregor starring action-thriller Son Of A Gun to theaters December 19th prior to hitting iTunes and VOD December 23rd and we've got the first look at the Canadian poster for the film.Locked up for... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SHOAH, GANJA & HESS, THE OFFENCE And More Joining Masters Of Cinema And Eureka! Classics In 2015

Eureka! Entertainment let fly with a volley of announcements earlier today, unveiling their slate for the first quarter of 2015 on both their Masters of Cinema and Eureka! Classics labels.New to Masters of Cinema will be Stanley Donen's Two For... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Check These Insane Studio Ghibli Releases From Madman

(OK, that title was meant as a pun of sorts, as these are some of the sanest editions I've ever seen...) Is there any film studio in the world who can match Studio Ghibli's stellar track record? Maybe not,... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Crowdfund This: Aussie Scifi SUBJECT 14 Asks Who Is Contacting Us From The Future?

The producers of writer-director Seth Larney's science fiction project Subject 14 have set an ambitious goal for themselves, aiming to raise a hundred thousand Australian dollars in a crowd funding campaign to get the project off the ground. But given... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This! Mister BABADOOK Pop-Up Book

Jennifer Kent's psychological horror film, The Babadook, tore up the festival circuit around the world in 2014 with its tale of a sinister and persistent ghost named Mister Babadook. The top-hatted spectre leaps out of the pages of a childrens... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   
  

Hey London! The Miskatonic Institute Opens Next Month! Horror for All!

Horror film fans tend to be more interested in the how and why of their films, and now fans in London can take advantage of even more knowledge coming their way. The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies, founded first in... More »
  

SON OF A GUN: First Trailer For The Gritty Ewan McGregor Heist Picture Looks Flat Out Fantastic

Given the early success of Danny Boyle's Shallow Grave it's really somewhat surprising that star Ewan McGregor has largely stayed away from like minded criminal fare through his career. There have been blips here and there, sure, but it's a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

What Remake? More Of The Original LUTHER On The Way ...

Never say never, right? Ever since the most recent episodes of Idris Elba starring UK crime drama Luther aired on the BBC official word has been consistent: There may be a Luther feature, there may be a spinoff devoted to... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Fox Developing US Remake Of BBC Cop Drama LUTHER, But Who Will Play The Title Role?

Can there really be Luther without Idris Elba? That's the only question that really matters in response to word that Fox is developing a remake of the hit BBC cop thriller with series creator Neil Cross currently writing a US... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SIZZLER '77: Watch The Trailer For A 70s Aussie Cop Campfest

Indie filmmaker Timothy Spanos has been described as "one of the unsung heroes of Australian independent cinema". With seven films under his belt - including Nancy Nancy, Prisoner Queen, and the ode to suburban life in Victoria that was Boronia... More »
  
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