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Review: THE POST, a Ticking Time Bomb

Steven Spielberg's best thriller since Jaws, and his most 'of the moment' movie ever, The Post is also an unexpected sort of 'coming of age' tale. Rather mysteriously beginning during the Vietnam War before jumping forward in time and location,...

Notes on Streaming: LITTLE EVIL and TAKE ME, Perfectly Good Films, Awaiting Discovery

We rush and we rush and we rush to see fresh new films on the festival circuit and in theaters, when there are perfectly good films awaiting discovery on various streaming services. Granted, it is absolutely wonderful to enjoy a...

Review: CARNAGE PARK is a Shrill Scream into the Desert Void

Carnage Park is the latest film from Mickey Keating, a young director who's been knocking them out in rapid succession lately; Pod, Darling, and Carnage Park are his latest feature films, with another (Psychopaths) on the way. Grindhouse desaturation rules the day here, with the...

Hey NYC! Win CARNAGE PARK Advance Screening Tickets!

Would you like to win tickets to an advance screening of Carnage Park? Written and directed by Mickey Keating (Darling, Pod), the film debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in January and is preparing to open in New York City....

SXSW 2016 Review: TEENAGE COCKTAIL, A Potent Mix Of Love, Lust, And Something More

Ah, young love! Unexplored emotions come tumbling together, and every thought feels awkward. The gestures are fumbling, tentative, and clumsy: Where do I put my hand? Is it OK if I do ... that? Far more than a straightforward teen...

PANDEMIC: Exclusive Key Art Premiere For John Suits' Sci-fi Actioner

John Suits, director of graphic novel adaptation The Scribbler is back with the sci-fi action flick Pandemic. XLrator Media is releasing the film in cinemas on April 1st then on VOD and iTunes the following Tuesday, April 4th. ScreenAnarchy has your...

CHEAP THRILLS Interview: Pat Healy And Ethan Embry Talk About Reality, Moral Centers, And Drinking The Kool-Aid

Seen Cheap Thrills yet? Do so. Period. But be warned. What looks like a simple genre game of whack-a-mole is anything but. Characters do the most horrible things to each other, some of it is genuinely hilarious, but after a...

New CHEAP THRILLS Trailer Asks, "What's A Pinky Worth?"

Cheap Thrills. It was a darling of the festival circuit last year, earning high praise wherever it played, and is a favorite among the folk here at Twitch. Yes, it really is that good. It opens tomorrow night (Friday, March...

Review: CHEAP THRILLS, When The Survival Instinct Gets Bloody And Funny

Class warfare comes perversely home in Cheap Thrills, a fiendish, fierce, and funny morality tale about the true value of money. It's absolutely convincing, even though it shouldn't be. The film explores the tangled relationship between the idle rich and...

CHEAP THRILLS Clip: "Would You Do This For $500?"

Cheap Thrills, a darling of the festival circuit, is presently available on VOD and will be hitting cinemas on March 21st. We have the first clip from the film to share with you. In it, Craig (Pat Healy) and Vince (Ethan...

Hey, Toronto! Win Tickets To The Canadian Premiere Of CHEAP THRILLS, Featuring A Live Q&A With Producer Travis Stevens!

Hey there, Canada! Evan Katz's much lauded directorial debut Cheap Thrills Kicks off its Canadian run this coming Friday (Feb 21) with a 9pm screening at the Royal Cinema in Toronto and we've got five free double passes to give...

CHEAP THRILLS Loads The Red Band Trailer With Exactly That

A darling on the festival circuit this year, Evan Katz's Cheap Thrills offers up a whole lot of what made it so popular in this new trailer. Yup, it's a red band offering this time out and if you want...

SXSW 2013 Review: CHEAP THRILLS Fiendishly Recalculates the Value of Money

Class warfare comes perversely home in Cheap Thrills, a fiendish, fierce, and funny morality tale about the true value of money. It's absolutely convincing, even though it shouldn't be. The film explores the tangled relationship between the idle rich and...