SXSW 2015 Review: All In For The MANSON FAMILY VACATION

When the Manson story broke, the hardest question on the minds of parents everywhere was 'how is it possible that seemingly good kids could be taken under such a nefarious wing and convinced to commit two of the century's most... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

SXSW 2015 Interview: WILD HORSES, Robert Duvall Talks His Hatred For BONNIE AND CLYDE And THE SEARCHERS, With Co-Star Josh Hartnett

Robert Duvall wants you to know that he hates Bonnie and Clyde and The Searchers. But hang tight, we'll get to that.He was in town for the world premiere of Wild Horses, a movie he wrote, directed, and stars in.... More »
By Chase Whale   
  

Calgary Underground Film Festival Unveils 2015 Lineup

With its Oil barons and gleaming skyscrapers, Calgary, Alberta might be a lot like Canada's Houston, but between April 13th to 19th it'll be a heck of a lot more like Austin or Park City as their 12th annual Underground... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

SXSW 2015 Interview: David Gordon Green Talks MANGLEHORN And Casting Polar Opposites Al Pacino And Harmony Korine

If you are reading TwitchFilm, hopefully King David Gordon Green's career isn't unfamiliar territory. If it's your first stop here, I'll catch you up to speed: He first burst on the film scene in 2000 with George Washington, which is... More »
By Chase Whale   
  

SXSW 2015 Interview: THE FINAL GIRLS, Director Todd Strauss-Schulson Talks About His Killer New Film

SXSW really kicked ass this year. We're still rolling out a lot more coverage and lucky for us (and you, I think), most of the films we are writing about we loved and believe you will too.This brings me to Todd... More »
By Chase Whale   
  

SXSW 2015 Interview: Eugene Kotlyarenko Is The Cool Kid At The Heart of A WONDERFUL CLOUD

From the first shot of Eugene Kotlyarenko's wonderful SXSW feature, A Wonderful Cloud, you see that he's a man with few boundaries. Utilizing IRL footage from his 2010 relationship with co-star Kate Lyn Sheil, he starts his narrative from a... More »
  

SXSW 2015 Review: UNCLE JOHN Spins Mystery, Murder, And Romance Into A Tantalizing Web

Beginning in medias res, Uncle John spins a delicate web of intrigue and mystery. The titular character (John Ashton) is introduced as he's (probably) up to no good, a suspicion that is quickly confirmed for the audience but not for... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

SXSW 2015 Review: ONE AND TWO Adds Up To Something Almost Magical

Isolation can be a killer. For the children who are the heart and soul of One and Two, that's especially so, given that they have been raised in isolation, surrounded by a giant wall. Eva (Kiernan Shipka, Mad Men) and... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

SXSW 2015 Review: UNCLE KENT 2 Doesn't Care About This Review

...If it did, this write up would be for a very different film. One, perhaps, closer in resemblance to Uncle Kent 1 - a Joe Swanberg Sundance selection from 2011 that, by no means, begs for a sequel.So what is... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

SPRING: A Conversation In Two Parts. Part Two: Catacombs, Cats And Mythological Dating

As we continue along in our conversation with Spring filmmakers Aaron Moorehead and Justin Benson we broach on some spoiler territory. I do try to keep it as ambivalent as possible because what the guys have to say about their... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Exclusive Photos: THE UNBIDDEN Promises Supernatural Thrills

To celebrate the completion of principal photography on Quentin Lee's supernatural thriller The Unbidden, we have a gorgeously dark set of new, exclusive stills to share. The film follows "four best friends who get together for a spirit-settling seance the... More »
By Peter Martin   
  

Texas Frightmare Weekend 2015 Announces Screenings For 10th Anniversary Event

Since 2006, Texas Frightmare Weekend has been the place to be for horror fans in the southwest United States. From founder Loyd Cryer's humble beginnings at the Grapevine community center to its current home at the DFW Hyatt, this is... More »
By Charlie Hobbs   
  

Teaser For Award-Winning Short TUNING OSCAR: Love Never Dies?

Winner of the Best Short Award in the Official Selection at Sitges last year, Spanish short Tuning Oscar (or Oscar Desafinado) has been making the well-deserved rounds at film festivals around Europe over the past several months. A funny, poignant... More »
  

ND/NF 2015 Review: TU DORS NICOLE, A Charming, Deftly Surrealistic Slacker Comedy

Quebec based filmmaker Stéphane Lefleur's wry slacker comedy Tu dors Nicole (You Are Sleeping, Nicole) stars Julianne Côté in the title role of Nicole, a 20 something young woman with one foot still firmly lodged in childhood and the other... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

The Time To Vote For STRAIGHT TO VIDEO: THE B-MOVIE ODYSSEY, Is Now!

The makers of The Last Videostore and M is for Magnetic Tape are at it again, hoping to draw to a close a trilogy of 'Videostore' related short films with Straight To Video: The B-Movie Odyssey. One of the executive... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

SPRING: A Conversation In Two Parts. Part One: Basterds, Blockbusters And Barometers

A bunch of stuff happened throughout the hour(+) conversation I had with the lads from Spring. It was a cyber meeting of the minds. And me. We laughed. We cried. We made fun of Justin at one point. And we... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

OH HELL NO! SHARKNADO 3 Announces Title And Release Date

Despite any labor/strike issues the production of Sharknado 3 has encountered recently NBCUniversal has announced the title of the third silly shark movie and the broadcast date. According to the announcement over at Deadline the third film is scheduled to... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

Review: COMMUNITY S601 & 602, "Weird, Passionate, And Gross."

"And Jesus wept. For there were no more worlds to conquer..."You'll excuse me for paraphrasing Dean Pelton's own paraphrasing of Hans Gruber and Alexandre The Great, but not only was his line one of the funniest bits on the second... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Ruairi Robinson Wants To Unleash THE LEVIATHAN. We Should Let Him. Check The Dazzling Proof Of Concept Now.

When last we heard from Oscar nominated Irish director Ruairi Robinson it was down to his connection with the seemingly aborted Akira live action remake. Robinson was a sort of mid-process cannon fodder on that project, an immensely gifted visual... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

SXSW 2015 Review: WE ARE STILL HERE, A Refreshing Yet Disturbing Thriller

The quiet before the storm is unsettling. It's a beautiful winter day in 1979. Anne (Barbara Crampton) and Paul (Andrew Sensenig) are driving to their new life in a new home in New England. Paul drives, calmly, while Anne emotes,... More »
By Peter Martin   
  
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