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FRANCESCA: Watch The Trailer For Argentinian Giallo Horror Flick

The Argentinian Giallo horror flick Francesca will make its World Premiere at the Sitges Fantastic Film Festival in October, from the 9th to the 18th. Francesca will compete in the "New Visions" category and for the "Best Latin American Production" award. We...

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...

Watch The Teaser For Fantastic Fest And Sitges Selection THE INCIDENT

Just days before Isaac Ezban's science fiction picture The Incident (El Incidente) premieres in North America at Austin's Fantastic Fest, the first teaser trailer has arrived online courtesy of Cine Caníbal, the company that will distribute the film next year...

Sitges 2014 to Open with [REC]4: APOCALYPSE: Watch The New Trailer!

Director Jaume Balagueró was on hand today at the Sitges Film Festival press conference, to present the first trailer for the last film in the [REC] franchise. [REC]4: Apocalypse is set to open the festival, which will run October 3rd -...

Exclusive: New SAVAGED Trailer Gives 'Em Hell!

I had not realized that the lads behind revenge horror flick Savaged were so close to completion, yet here we are on the eve of the film's unveiling at some premium international festivals. You can see Savaged at its Asian...

Sitges 2012: Sci Fi Thriller CRAWLSPACE Gets A Crazy-Ass Poster And Trailer

With its world premiere in competition at Sitges just around the corner, claustrophobic Aussie sci fi action-thriller Crawlspace has unleashed its first pulsating trailer and an eye-popping poster. Clearly inspired by iconic poster artist Drew Struzan, Australian artist Hugh Fleming (who created his own...

Hey Toronto! Swarez's UNDYING LOVE is Playing Tonite at LITTLE TERRORS

Justin McConnell's semi-regular monthly short film festival, Little Terrors, gets a comfy new home at the Carlton Cinema in Toronto.  The series showcases the best in horror short-fimmaking to a city that seems to constantly hunger for genre, and is...

Short Film, Short Review: Jesus Orellana's ROSA

Debuting tonight before the opening night screening of Kike Maillo's Eva at the Sitges Film Festival is Jesus Orellana's dazzling animated short film Rosa.Orellana wears his influences on his sleeve here, Rosa taking obvious inspiration from Ghost In The Shell,...

Full Trailer For Dystopic French Scifi CARRE BLANC

Back in mid-June Twitch was proud to premiere three clips from Jean-Baptiste Leonetti's brilliant dystopic science fiction film Carre Blanc. We had the chance to see the film at a market screening in Cannes and walked away enormously impressed by...

First Trailer For Cuban Zombie Comedy JUAN OF THE DEAD

About a year ago the powers behind the scenes of Alejandro Brugues' zombie comedy Juan of the Dead did about the worst thing they could have done at the time. They took a zero budget proof of concept promo for...

HOFF 2011: ATROCIOUS Review

Meet the children of the Quintanilla family. There is July, the teenage daughter. She is not quite rebellious but certainly chafes against her mother's care. And there is Christian, slightly older but in many ways simpler. All Christian wants...

Sitges 2010: WELCOME TO THE SPACE SHOW Review

Following a delirious prologue featuring alien poachers locked in deadly combat with a bad-ass entity of pure fire, Koji Masunari's animated feature Welcome to the Space Show innocently begins with a group of children being dropped off at rural summer camp. It...

Sitges 2010: Trailer For First Person Horror ATROCIOUS

After the global success of the [REC] franchise it is, frankly, surprising that there hasn't been a flood of Spanish language first person horror projects looking to repeat that success. The first that I'm aware of - and one...

Getting an Orgasm from Integral Calculus: Trailer for RITES OF LOVE AND MATH

Three subjects that are more linked than one might expect, love, passion and mathematics, The Rites of Love and Math is what happens when you combine a Berkeley Math and Physics professor and a French filmmaker (Edward Frenkel and Reine...

Stellar UK Trailer For Fantastic Fest Winner WE ARE WHAT WE ARE

Right on the heels of winning the prestigious Next Wave Awards for Best Film and Best Script at Fantastic Fest - and immediately before its imminent arrival at the Sitges festival in Spain - a new trailer for Jorge...

Sitges Announces Noves Visions Program

The 2010 edition of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival has just announced their complete Noves Visions program. The program where the festival places the young, edgy material, this is the big discovery program of the festival. Here's the...

Sitges 2010: Paco Cabeza's NEON FLESH Proves Aptly Titled In First Teaser

Soon to premiere at the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, Paco Cabeza's Neon Flesh (Carne De Neon) looks to establish Cabeza as a sort of Spanish language answer to Guy Ritchie with its stylized tale of violence. The prospect...

Fresh Trailer For African-Set Zombie Flick THE DEAD

About to premiere at the Film4 Fright Fest in London before moving on to appearances at Fantastic Fest and Sitges, the Ford Brothers' upcoming zombie picture has been winning a load of advance admiration and excitement based on the early...

Early Look at First Poster for PRIMAL!

Here's a movie I've been hearing about for ages now, and looks like it's finally gearing up for release -- after getting selected for a whole bunch of genre film festivals around the globe, including the first wave of films...