WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE's Max Records Declares I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER

Though you might be inclined to think otherwise, Where The Wild Things Are star Max Records is declaring I Am Not A Serial Killer as the lead in Isolation helmer Billy O'Brien's adaptation of Dan Wells novel of the same... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Things Take A Darker Turn In The Trailer For Oshii's Live Action PATLABOR: THE NEXT GENERATION Movie

Ghost In The Shell helmer Oshii Mamoru has been clear about his intentions for his live action Patlabor: The Next Generation project right from the beginning. Like the original animated effort the story would begin with a light hearted, comedy... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

French Film Festival 2015: DIPLOMACY Is A Masterfully Convincing Chamber Drama

Diplomacy is based on a stage play, this becomes wholly obvious when viewing the film as realized by the static location and the two powerful figures that have dialogue, debate and a complex diplomatic, ethical and moral verbal Ping-Pong... More »
  

Destroy All Monsters: ALIENS And The Burden Of Canon

Having now - I hope! - been convinced that Neill Blomkamp's comments last week (re: removing Alien3 and Alien Resurrection from the Alien franchise's continuity for his forthcoming Alien 5 sequel) were taken out of context or otherwise misconstrued, a... More »
By Matt Brown   
  

French Film Festival 2015: THE NEW GIRLFRIEND Is A Definitive Ozon Joint

The New Girlfriend continues director Francoise Ozon's investigations into womanhood and fragmented social mores. His prior work, the epic Young & Beautiful and to an extent In The House were attempts to depict sexuality in different socio-political spheres and generations,... More »
  

Hey, Canada! Watch Films Made In Canada! At The Cinema!

What's that? You live in Canada and you're baffled by the fact that it's next to impossible to go to a Canadian cinema and find a Canadian film on the big screen? Well, yes, that is - historically speaking -... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

A Year In Czech Cinema

On the day before the Academy Awards were handed out Stateside, another feast of awards occurred in the Czech Republic. The Czech Lions, an annual event, welcomed domestic filmmakers and people from the film industry to celebrate their yearly work. The... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  

Take A First Look At Erik Matti's HONOR THY FATHER

It's shaping up to be a busy year for On The Job director Erik Matti, with multiple projects on his slate. Up first - and now in production - is crime thriller Honor Thy Father, the story of a family... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This! Anya Beyersdorf's Creepy VAMPIR!

Get the wallets warmed up, kids, because acclaimed Australian writer-director Anya Beyersdorf is looking for a modest bit of support to bring her Vampir to life. VAMPIR is the story of Vladimir, a strange loner who lives in an old... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: BETTER CALL SAUL S1E05, ALPINE SHEPHERD BOY (Or, Need A Will? Call McGill!)

More than any episode of Better Call Saul so far, "Alpine Shepherd Boy" questions whether Chuck's condition is something physical that he's really suffering from, or more of a psychological affliction. It's to the show's credit that this has been... More »
By Simon Cocks   
  

Trailer For Indian Noir SUNRISE Plunges You Into Hypnotic Darkness

One of TwitchFilm's favorite discoveries at the Busan International Film Festival last October, Partho Sen-Gupta's Indian noir Sunrise is going to Tribeca next month and has just released a new trailer. We're happy to be the first media outlet to... More »
By Pierce Conran   
  

NINA FOREVER Trailer Shows A Dark Modern Fairy-Tale

Something wicked this way comes, all the way to SXSW: the UK horror film Nina Forever will have its premiere there later this month. And as we get pretty close to that date, a new teaser trailer has been released,... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Review: CHAPPIE, Thug Life Doesn't Pay Off

Neill Blomkamp is on everyone's radar now that he's been chosen to direct the new Alien movie. His latest effort, Chappie, might fuel the raging debate, as it shows a weird mixture of sci-fi within the gangsta universe of rap... More »
  

COMMUNITY Season 6 Trailer Is Marvelous

In that it apes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe quite ably. Premiering March 17 on Yahoo Screen (the search engine's now legit streaming content side thanks to this once cancelled NBC show) season 6 is promising everything you've come to... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Tribeca 2015 Announces World Narrative & Docs, And Viewpoints

If the city of New York can defrost themselves enough by April 15, the spring film festival season will kick into high gear on the isle of Manhattan with the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. We've got the first plethora of... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

THE NIGHT WATCHMEN: Director Of HOLY GHOST PEOPLE Is Back With A New Horror Comedy

Mitchell Altieri, one half of The Butcher Brothers (The Violent Kind and The Hamiltons) and director of Holy Ghost People, has started on his next film, a horror comedy called The Night Watchmen. The story and screenplay were written by... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

New EX_MACHINA Trailer Brings Designs And Curves

When Apple's Jony Ive wanted to bring curves to computers and software, I am not sure this was the end-game. It may very well have been, but leave it to science-fiction screenwriter Alex Garland (28 Days Later, Sunshine, Never Let... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   
  

Latin Beat: Netflix Award Helps Mexican Cinema

Netflix is constantly growing in Latin America, and while in Mexico the catalog is still nowhere as big as the North American one, several hotly anticipated TV series, such as Better Call Saul and House of Cards, are greatly helping... More »
  

MILE 22: Ronda Rousey And Iko Uwais In Peter Berg's Action Film

There you were on Saturday night and you hardly had time to blink before MMA fighter and rising action star Ronda Rousey retained her bantamweight title. And it got you thinking, "Heck. I wonder what I have to do to... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

French Film Festival 2015 Review: ELLE L'ADORE Keeps You Guessing, Until It Doesn't

Elle L'Adore is a curious first feature from former actress Jeanne Henry. It wastes no time getting into the grisly proceedings of an accidental homicide, but after the groundwork is laid out, the film practically crawls to a halt.Muriel (Sandrine... More »
  
 
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