Review: SEVENTH SON, Generic And Self-Serious Fantasy Fare

A bad spell seems to have been cast on Seventh Son. Sergei Bodrov's first American feature - to whom we owe the impressive 2007's Mongol - saw its release indefinitely delayed. Originally slated to hit US theaters on February 2013,... More »
  

Twitch's Top 10 Movies Of 2014

And that's the end of that chapter. 2014 is running on fumes and all eyes are already looking to awards season and the behemoths of next year that threaten to decimate the box office. The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Star... More »
  

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 »
  

Oscar Foreign Film Shortlist Includes IDA, LEVIATHAN, FORCE MAJEURE And A Few Surprises

The Academy has released its shortlist of nine candidates still eligible for this year's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, which includes surprise inclusions from Estonia, Georgia and Venezuela, as well as more widely praised offerings from Argentina, Poland, Russia and... More »
  

Daniel Wu To Star In AMC's BADLANDS

Deadline is reporting that American-born Chinese superstar Daniel Wu (Overheard, That Demon Within, Don't Go Breaking My Heart) has signed on to star in and serve as executive producer on AMC's new drama series Badlands. Based loosely on the classic... More »
  

Raven Banner Wants To Rumble With Cthulhu! Tags In For PORTAL TO HELL Feature!

Well. That escalated quickly. This Canadian genre short film project just got a huge boost today. The fine lads at Raven Banner Entertainment have become so smitten with the Portal To Hell Indiegogo campaign that they have come on board to... More »
  

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL Tops Online Film Critics Awards

Wes Anderson's rip-roaring love letter to Lubitsch and Hitchcock, The Grand Budapest Hotel, topped this year's Online Film Critics Society Awards, which counts a number of Twitch contributors amongst its global membership. The film won awards for Best Picture, Best... More »
  

Filmmaker Justin McConnell Aims To Help You Survive The CLAPBOARD JUNGLE In New Doc

My friend Justin McConnell makes movies. He does a bevy of other things in the film industry - acquisitions, editing, post-production, festival programming, and what have you - but he really likes making movies. But because he is an independent... More »
  

Mark Dacascos To Join Casper Van Dien In RELENTLESS

Crying Freeman star Mark Dacascos is in talks to join John Milton Branton's new Asian-based action thriller, Relentless, which stars Starship Troopers' Casper Van Dien as a former US Army Ranger caught in a deadly war between Russian mobsters and... More »
  

[REC] 4: APOCALYPSE: Choose The Green Or Red Band U.S. Trailer

How do you like your horror franchise trailers? Safe and sound? Or bloody and gory? Because we have them both ways tonight. You can choose which way you want to watch the new trailer for the U.S. release of [REC] 4:... More »
  

Watch Horror Comedy Short BUNDLE OF NERVES

For two small town cops who tackle paranormal activities on an everyday basis, it's the looming threat of fatherhood that really gets their stomachs in knotted. That's the basic setup for Ryan Spindell's short film Bundle Of Nerves. Spindell, director... More »
  

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR: Watch Oscar Isaac And Jessica Chastain In First, Searing Clip

In this first clip from J.C. Chandor's drama A Most Violent Year, Jessica Chastain has something her youngest daughter found in the bushes outside her home. She wants her husband, played by Oscar Isaac, to have a look. It is... More »
  

TURBO KID: A New Image So Exciting It Is Bursting From The Chest

With news today that Turbo Kid will be part of the Midnight lineup at the Sundance Film Festival at the end of January, EW unleashed a new image from the film. It contains so much bloody goodness that it can hardly contain... More »
  

THE WOMAN's Lucky McKee Joins TALES OF HALLOWEEN Horror Anthology

Lucky McKee, director of notorious horror films such as The Woman and All Cheerleaders Die, has joined the horror anthology Tales of Halloween. Production is already underway in Los Angeles. "I'm delighted to be included with so many filmmakers I respect... More »
  

Check Out This Living Poster For Guy Maddin's THE FORBIDDEN ROOM

Canadian director Guy Maddin has a new film coming. Or is films? The director has been working on a multimedia project known as Seances, or Spiritismes in some circles, which sees his cast and crew holding a seance to invite... More »
  

Review: EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS Is Lost In The Wilderness

Meeting, but rarely exceeding, expectations, Ridley Scott's grand retelling of Moses and the Hebrews' flight from Egypt is strong on visuals and A-list presence, but slight on narrative and characterisation. Christian Bale and Joel Egerton both put in fine performances... More »
  

SUICIDE SQUAD: Will Smith, Jared Leto, Tom Hardy And Margot Robbie Officially Cast

Warner Bros and DC Entertainment have lined up some serious star power for its villains-forced-to-be-heroes film Suicide Squad, according to a report from THR. Though rumors were whirling around prior to today's official announcement, no one knew who landed what role. Tom... More »
  

Trailer: DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS

While not exactly the Spike Lee vampire flick we were looking for, this hyper-indie 'joint' looks to bust the relatively cool streak the director has been on from the 2008 big budget (Disney!) war and religion tale The Miracle at St.... More »
  

POKER NIGHT: Watch Exclusive Clip From Upcoming Thriller

Greg Francis' thriller, Poker Night, will be coming out on VOD and iTunes this Friday, December 5th and in cinemas on December 20th.In this twisted thriller, a young detective is caught in a sadistic game of cat-and-mouse when he is... More »
  

Slamdance Announces Their 2015 Narrative And Doc Competition Titles

While many of the below names in the narrative and documentary competition for the 21st edition of the Slamdance Film Festival will not be familiar to most of us out there right now, at least a couple of them should... More »
  
 
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