APOCALYPSE NOW NOW: DISTRICT 9 Writer Teri Tatchell Will Adapt Novel

Good news out of South Africa yesterday. Variety reported that South African author Charlie Human's urban fantasy novel Apocalypse Now Now will adapted to film by District 9 and Chappie writer Teri Tatchell. "South Africa has always pushed through the usual limits... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

TURBO KID: Check Out This Epic New Poster

I cannot begin to tell you all how excited I am to finally catch Turbo Kid's homecoming screening at Fantasia next Thursday, July 23rd I even declined an invited to a press screening earlier that day so I can experience... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

GERMAN ANGST Comes To North America, Courtesy Of Artsploitation

Here's some news for North America's edgier horror fans: the Berlin-based horror anthology German Angst has been picked up for distribution by Artsploitation, as Variety reported first. German Angst tells three loosely interlinked stories taking place in present-day Berlin, concerning... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

THE DEMOLISHER: Raven Banner Acquires Worldwide Sales Rights

Ahead of it's World Premiere at Fantasia on July 27th news has come from the Raven Banner camp that they have acquired the worldwide sales rights for Gabriel Carrer's vigilante flick The Demolisher. Raven Banner acquires The DemolisherAhead of the Fantasia... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

10 CENT PISTOL: Exclusive Clip From Director Of BROOKLYN'S FINEST

Michael C. Martin's 10 Cent Pistol will be out in cinemas and on VOD on July 24th. We have an exclusive clip to share with you. In this clip Jena Malone (Inherent Vice) puts the moves on Thomas Ian Nicholas... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Fantasia 2015 Exclusive: THEY LOOK LIKE PEOPLE Trailer Terrifies

Fantasia is a big place, with some of the biggest genre movies of 2015 screening across its marathon four weeks.But as we know, films come in all shapes and sizes. And it is sometimes the smaller pictures, the intimate, low-budget... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Review: TANGERINE Pops With Verve And Vérité

On the streets of Los Angeles sunlight seems to move differently than in most places. It blazes, arching across the sky, like a banshee spreading its wings. From behind the wheel of your car, inching forward in the hellion-marked traffic... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Neuchatel 2015 Interview: Chris Carter Talks THE X-FILES, Old And New

The X-Files, which ran for nine seasons and spawned two feature films, a comic book and two spin-off shows, was a major cult force in the 1990s. It arguably was a progenitor of long-form television series of recent years that... More »
  

Fantasia 2015: Everything Changes With A Single BITE

As Canadian horror film fans, we have a strange affinity for body horror films, owing much of course to our forefather Mr Cronenberg. As such, there is a crop of young Canadian horror filmmakers out there that just love making... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Fantasia 2015: ANTISOCIAL 2 To Premiere At Festival, Check Out The New Trailer

Antisocial 2, the sequel to the Canadian indie horror, will have its World Premiere at Fantasia on July 30th. Director Cody Calahan and writing partner Chad Archibald return with the next chapter in Sam's fight against the Redroom Virus. Antisocial cinematographer... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Fantasia 2015: Your First Look At The New Trailer And Poster For Gabrial Carrer's THE DEMOLISHER

Hot off the heels of the big final announcement for the Fantasia International Film Festival we at TwitchFilm have the pleasure of sharing with you a brand new trailer and poster for Gabriel Carrer's The Demolisher. Carrer's film will have... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

New York Asian 2015 Review: IT'S ALREADY TOMORROW IN HONG KONG, A Charming Romantic Travelogue

Here's the basic plotline of producer and now first-time writer-director Emily Ting's immensely charming romance It's Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, boiled down to its basic essence. A man and a woman meet, and (spoiler alert) fall in love over... More »
  

THE EDITOR: Raven Banner Is Bringing The Canadian Horror Comedy Home

The Giallo influenced horror comedy The Editor is coming back home after nearly a year on the festival circuit. The latest film from some of the Astron-6 lads, Matt Kennedy and Adam Brooks, and also starring Conor Sweeney, has been picked... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Review: TERMINATOR GENISYS, The Embodiment Of Fan Disservice

The fifth instalment of the troubled sci-fi time travel series reveals itself to be a frustrating reboot-sequel hybrid, cherry-picking iconic moments from throughout the franchise and reworking them into a confused and mostly absurd new narrative. The result is a... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Learning From The Masters Of Cinema: Samuel Fuller's FORTY GUNS

Known primarily for his war films and crime dramas, American director Samuel Fuller also directed a quartet of westerns, the last of which being 1957's Forty Guns. The film was part of a deal struck with 20th Century Fox after... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Have Your Say: What Is Your Favorite Pixar Film?

This weekend, animation studio Pixar had another hit on its hands with Inside Out. And indeed, there was plenty of critical acclaim as well, which may be no surprise: Pixar has a (nearly) spotless reputation for excellence in what it's... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Trailer: Tang Wei And Liao Fan Star In Chinese ONLY YOU Remake

Many fans of Asian Cinema are quick to complain and point the finger when their favourite Asian discoveries are snapped up and remade in Hollywood, sometimes at the expense of a proper release for the original film. Well the current... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Title For INDEPENDENCE DAY Sequel Revealed

Nearly two decades after Independence Day wowed audiences with its winning combination of X-Files fuelled UFO interest, grand scale disaster movie spectacle, Top Gun style aerial heroics and Big Willy Smith himself, Roland Emmerich has called action on a sequel, which... More »
By James Marsh   
  

TITANIC Composer James Horner Dies In Plane Crash

It has now been confirmed that James Horner, the 2-time Oscar winning composer of Titanic and countless other Hollywood blockbusters, was killed when the small plane he was piloting crashed Monday morning in a remote area north of Santa Barbara.... More »
By James Marsh   
  

China Lion Bringing ONLY YOU, THE WASTED TIMES And MR. SIX To N.America & Australia

Great news for fans of mainstream cinema from the Chinese mainland, as China Lion Film Distribution has announced the acquisition of a trio of upcoming films featuring a host of A-list talent. Tang Wei (Lust, Caution, Blackhat) and Liao Fan (Silver... More »
By James Marsh   
  
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