Busan 2014 Review: YOU (US) ME Finds Beauty In Deplorability

Max Sobol's début directorial feature You (Us) Me is a fast paced, funny, shocking, tragic and ultimately cogent view of dysfunctional relationships at their extreme.Edward is a serial killer, stalking the dark canals and abandoned parts of London to quickly... More »
  

Raven Banner And Anchor Bay Get Canadian Rights For HOUSEBOUND!

Finally! Someone in Canada has secured distribution rights for Kiwi comedy horror Housebound! It was announced Thursday night to a sell out crowd at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival prior to its rousing Opening Gala screening but we waited... More »
  

Do You Get The MESSAGE MAN Trailer?

Here comes a new action movie shot largely in Indonesia from Australian director Corey Pearson and funded by new Asian film company Central Entertainment Group - an uber classic narrative and a little Indonesian "exoticsm" on top.A retired assassin lives... More »
  

It's A Good, Old Fashioned STARE DOWN

Since we last heard from Australian YouTube prankster Michael Shanks, the young talent has been hired on to direct music videos for Guy Pearce - really, see one here - but happily his time spent singing movie stars has not... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: HOUSEBOUND Merrily Chops Its Way Through Horror-Movie Tropes

If looks could kill, Kylie would be on death row. In Gerard Johnstone's deadpan, diabolical, and haunted thriller Housebound, Kylie (Morgana O'Reilly) is an angry, insolent young woman, full of piss and vinegar, so when she's convicted of a crime... More »
  

Chris O'Dowd's MOONE BOY To Be Adapted For U.S. Network Television

U.S. television network ABC will work with Chris O'Dowd to adapt his Irish television show Moone Boy for an American audience, according to The Hollywood Reporter. O'Dowd will not star in the show but will pen the script and serve... More »
  

Crowdfund This: Aussie True Crime Thriller HOLT!

In December of 1967, at the height of the Vietnam War, Australian Prime Minister vanished without a trace. No warning. No clues. He was simply gone and has never been heard from since. What happened to Holt? That's been the... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

FROM PARTS UNKNOWN: FIGHT LIKE A GIRL: Watch The Trailer For Australian Zombie-Wrestling-Video Game Movie

Aussie production company Strongman Pictures Entertainment is proudly gearing up for the imminent release of a movie that has been almost a decade in the making: Daniel Armstrong's From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl. The story behind this wrestling/zombie mashup... More »
  

Sitges 2014 Review: MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT, An Intense Yet Alienating Ordeal

Four years after Gareth Edwards exploded onto the sci-fi scene with his inventive and industrious indie alien invasion flick Monsters, first-time director Tom Green delivers a sequel that bears little resemblance to the original, in tone, content or invention.Reportedly set... More »
  

Five Questions For HOUSEBOUND Director Gerard Johnstone

Yes. Housebound is that good. No. We will not stop talking about it. When the opportunity came up to fire off some questions to the director, Gerard Johnstone, I went to the rest of the Twitch Film crew and by... More »
  

Check Out This Exclusive Clip From Kiwi Horror Comedy HOUSEBOUND

Gerard Johnstone's Kiwi horror comedy Housebound has dominated the festival circuit since its world premiere at SXSW in Austin last Spring. Its blend of horror and comedy elements has delighted audiences around the World and back home in New Zealand.... More »
  

Crowdfund This: Tony Ukpo's SciFi Horror THE HADES PIT

We've been covering Tony Ukpo's work here on Twitch for years now, the UK based indie director having turned out a string of impressive micro budget features over the years. And while his plans for upcoming scifi horror picture The... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch Mark Hartley's ELECTRIC BOOGALOO Trailer Now!

Australian director Mark Hartley has brought his own country's B-movie history to glorious life with Not Quite Hollywood. He's taken us on a trip through the wild film history of American shlock transplanted to the Philippines in Machete Maidens Unleashed.... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

TV Review: SCROTAL RECALL S1E1, ABIGAIL Delivers A Hysterical And Surprisingly Earnest Take On Modern Relationships

Dylan has a problem. Young and earnest, a believer in true love and all of those things, Dylan is the sort of young man that you'd love to bring home to mom. But if you did you'd also be bringing... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch A Trio Of Clips And Two New Teasers For Yann Demange's '71

Much acclaimed in Berlin and Toronto, Yann Demange's debut feature '71 is now gearing up for release in the UK meaning a handful of new clips and teasers from the Belfast set action-drama have arrived online. Here's the official synopsis:A... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Toronto After Dark 2014: HOUSEBOUND, WYRMWOOD And LATE PHASES Among Second Wave Of TItles

With just over two weeks to go until the ninth annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival begins on October 16, it is time to reveal the final batch of films to make up this year's lineup. We will start here at... More »
  

First Trailer For THE MULE Gets It Right Up In There

It all comes down to a battle of wills in The Mule, the Australian drug comedy written by and starring Leigh Whannell and Angus Sampson with Sampson (who also directs) in the title role as a drug mule with half... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch The Trailer For Aussie Sci-fi Flick TERMINUS

We have the first trailer for an upcoming Aussie sci-fi flick called Terminus. It is the debut feature film of writer/director Marc Furmie, who cut his teeth in commercials and music videos. The film stars Jai Koutrae, Todd Lasance, Kendra... More »
  

Papers At The Ready For The First Clip From Stoner Comedy AMSTARDAM

It's been some time now since we last heard from the Lennox Brothers' stoner comedy AmStarDam but the film has emerged from a haze of smoke with its first clip ...Jack comes to Amsterdam to find his father and, through... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: DOCTOR WHO S8E06, THE CARETAKER (Or, The Doctor Goes Undercover)

Now this is much more like it. "The Caretaker" is a considered and nuanced episode of Doctor Who that still manages to be great fun. It handles the complex relationships and emotions that are driving the show rather deftly, and... More »
  
 
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