From The Editors

Hot Docs 2017 Review: THE ROAD MOVIE, Chaos Reigns On Russian Byways

If you have spent any time lost in the YouTube wormhole, you have probably seen some of the crazy car accident footage that has been uploaded and archived by witnesses, usually from cheap cameras mounted at the front windshield of...

Overlook 2017 Review: THE DWARVES MUST BE CRAZY, a Stinker in More Ways than One

The first edition of the Overlook Film Festival will never be faulted for not swinging for the fences with a lineup that includes something for all possible tastes; even if that taste happens to run all the way to the...

Overlook 2017 Review: TWO PIGEONS Fails to Soar As High As It Could

“You been watching gay porn on my laptop?” “No I haven’t. Mel, I haven’t been watching gay porn on your laptop.” “Who else has been watching porn on my laptop? Who else lives here?” It’s not your everyday lover’s spat,...

NY Indian Film Fest 2017 Preview: A Strong Lineup Led By Five Best Picture Nominees

Tomorrow marks the opening night of the 2017 New York Indian Film Festival, and there is a lot to get excited about if you are in town for the fest. We've been given access to a few of the film...

NY Indian Film Fest 2017 Review: SIDE A SIDE B, A Love Affair Caught On Tape

It takes huge balls to make a film like Side A Side B. Frankly, I'm surprised that writer/director Sudhish Kamath can sit comfortably with what he must be packing between his legs in order to have conceived this little adventure...

Overlook 2017 Interview: Julien Jauniaux Talks Lovecraftian Nightmare AN ELDRITCH PLACE

The Overlook Fest is in full swing, and besides feature films, immersive experiences and panels the Timberline Lodge also welcomes a select 16 shorts from all corners of the world. Among them we find festival favorites like A Nearly Perfect...

Japanese Comedy Short SMELL BUT I LOVE YOU - I'd Buy That For a Dollar!

In an effort to drum up funds for upcoming film projects, Osaka-based producer Imai Taro has put excellent comedy short Smell But I Love You up on Vimeo On Demand to watch for just 1 dollar. From writer-director Nagai Kazuo,...

Review: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Vol. 2 Goes For Emotional Beats

When Marvel created their plan for a cinematic universe, they had to take the risk making several stand-alone films which, by themselves, didn't have all that much of a business case. We're talking about Captain America: The First Avenger and...

Hot Docs 2017: Priests o' Plenty Ward Off Satan in Trailer For LIBERA NOS (DELIVER US)

It would appear that Satan is pulling double shifts over in Italy as the demand for exorcisms is on the rise. Bad news for him is that he has crappy taste in choosing a location to do it in as...

TWIN PEAKS: Take a Quick Tour Around Town in The New Teaser

They call them event series for a reason. A new teaser for the upcoming revival of David Lynch's Twin Peaks came out today. Like other teasers before it it gives up nothing by way of the plot, which is fine...

Hot Docs 2017 Review: LET THERE BE LIGHT Illuminates That To Play God, One Must Collaborate

There is something magnificent about human endeavours that require several lifetimes to achieve. The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família in Barcelona was started in 1888 by architect Antoni Gaudí, but he will have been dead for 100...

THE SHADOW EFFECT Exclusive Clip: Michael Biehn Gives Chase to Cam Gigandet

Obin and Amariah Olson's action flick The Shadow Effect with be On Demand, Digital HD and DVD in the U.S. on May 2nd. The flick was written by another family duo, Chad and Evan Law. Their story was adapted to...

POLAROID: Poster For Dimension's New Photo-Horror Flick Out This Summer

It is a horrorific death by picture kind of day here at ScreenAnarchy.   Dimension Films’ new horror thriller Polaroid opens in U.S. theaters nation-wide on August 25, 2017. We were given a poster to share with you, a larger...

CAMERA OBSCURA: Watch The Trailer For CHILLER's New Horror Thriller

Chiller's new horror thriller Camera Obscura will be released in U.S. theaters on June 9th and on VOD and Digital HD on June 13th. We have the trailer for you below.    A veteran war photographer with PTSD sees imminent...

Review: SS Rajamouli's BAAHUBALI 2: THE CONCLUSION Shows A Director on the Verge of International Stardom

Indian director SS Rajamouli is ready for his close-up. For years filmmakers in India have toiled in international obscurity, only occasionally emerging from the shadows when something strikes a chord with international - largely arthouse - audiences. The stereotype of...

Tribeca 2017 Review: THE CIRCLE, Where All Are Trapped in the Social Media Web

The subject of our hyper-connected, social media-based cultural landscape is a fruitful and relevant one for filmmakers, and one with great potential for mass audience interest, given how pervasive this is in our daily lives. David Fincher’s Facebook origin story The Social Network can be looked upon as the gold...

Exclusive: New FUNERAL PARADE OF ROSES Art Celebrates Matsumoto Toshio's Masterpiece

Just two weeks ago on April 12th, legendary Japanese director Matsumoto Toshio passed away, leaving behind a legacy of transgressive cinema whose relevance grows as years pass, in particular his experimental gem, Funeral Parade of Roses. Los Angeles-based film distribution...

10+ Years Later: SOUTHLAND TALES Captured a Fascinating Moment In America

In 2006, Richard Kelly’s Southland Tales premiered to thunderous jeer at the Cannes Film Festival. Eighteen months later, an edited version quietly limped into a handful of cinemas without so much as a whisper of marketing.   Judged as the...

OKJA: Meet Lucy Mirando, Hear Her Corporate Message of Joy

With its world premiere at Cannes Film Festival just a few weeks away, Netflix seems to be throwing a lot of support behind Okja, the latest from Korean director Bong Joon Ho. After a trailer release a few weeks ago,...

Overlook 2017 Review: LIKE ME, or How the Meaninglessness of Social Media and Viral Videos Breeds its Own Madness

The horrors of our contemporary society are plentiful and genre films have always excelled at probing our cultural fears and discomforts. In Robert Mockler’s debut film, the paradox of the digital media age, which allows us to connect with everyone...