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SLASH: Alien Erotica In Trailer For The Indie Hit

Teen Wolf star Michael Johnston takes a dive into a very different part of online culture than afforded by his regular gig with a starring role in Clay Liford's Slash. The indie comedy following a young man dipping into the...

Review: AMERICAN HONEY, Touching, Optimistic and Just Plain Beautiful

Only a few times in a generation does a film speak to youth in a lasting and powerful way. Films like Rebel Without A Cause, Easy Rider, and Kids all tapped into their respective contemporary consciousnesses with the effect of...

SWEDISH DICKS: Watch The Trailer For Peter Stormare Comedy

We've been keeping an eye out for news of Swedish Dicks since we first caught wind of the PEter Stormare and Johan Glans starring comedy about a pair of Swedes eking out a living as private eyes in Hollywood. Stormare...

THE LODGERS: New Film From LET US PREY's Brian O'Malley Begins Production

News from Deadline today is that production has begun in Ireland on The Lodgers, a new film from the director of Let Us Prey Brian O'Malley.    The story follows a sister (Charlotte Vega) and brother (Bill Milner) haunted by a secret...

KLOWN Writer Goes UNDERCOVER With New Danish Comedy

A huge star in his native Denmark and well known around the world for his work on the Klown films and television series, Danish comic Casper Christensen serves as the screenwriter of Nikolaj Peyk's Undercover - a new crime comedy...

ASURA: THE CITY OF MADNESS Trailer Delivers Noir Thrills

Korean noir takes a dark and violent turn in Kim Sung-su's Asura: The City Of Madness and following its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival - you can read Pierce's review here - the film has released a theatrical...

Pint Sized Badass Attacks In KUNG FU BOYS

You want your next generation of screen fighting stars? Well, Chinese martial arts film Kung Fu Boys has got 'em. Yep, it's a total gimmick of a film that features children - mostly one child, really - fighting adult villains...

Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: THE VOID Is Fulci-Flavored Hell

The Void draws inspiration from a number of horror influences, including Hellraiser, The Beyond, H.P. Lovecraft, and Lucio Fulci. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest 2016 in Austin to a packed house, with producer Casey Walker and directors Jeremy Gillespie and...

TURBO KID: Turn Your Joy Up To 11 With This Apple Prequel Music Video

Stop everything that you are doing and watch this music video for Le Matos' song from the Turbo Kid OST No Tomorrow. Directed by trio truimphant RKSS it stars arguably one of everyone's favorite characters from the film, Apple. It...

Sitges 2016: Devilworks Picks up Israeli Sci-fi Action Comedy OMG I'M A ROBOT!

The Israeli sci-fi action comedy OMG I'm A Robot! has been picked up by Euro sales company Devilworks ahead of it's World Premiere at the Sitges Film Festival in a couple weeks. You can watch the trailer below.    Is...

Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: DEAREST SISTER, In Touch With Inner Demons

With only her second film as director, Mattie Do takes a big step forward, both for herself as an artist and for Laos as a filmmaking community. Do broke ground with Chantaly, her debut as a filmmaker and also the...

Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: 24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters

A niche market for high-quality, limited-run movie posters has popped up in the last decade with no signs of slowing down. If you're one of the fervent collectors of these beauties, you know the names Mondo, Skuzzles, Grey Matter Art, and...

Post-Apocalypse! Synthesizers! Watch NIGHTSATAN AND THE LOOPS OF DOOM Short Now!

We've been following the post-apocalyptic action adventure short Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom for some time because it's just a lot of fun. And now you can watch the complete short film, before it becomes a feature. Here's the...

Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: THE YOUNG OFFENDERS Elevates a Comic Tale With Fresh Honesty

Rowdy, raucous, and rude, The Young Offenders is a blast of adolescence without angst, a juvenile movie that is surprisingly cheerful, even as its young heroes straddle the thin line between criminality and, well, not being a straight-up criminal. Conor...

Review: I.T., A High Tech Throwback

Since nowadays we can’t go two seconds without checking our cell phones and everyone seems to be spending enormous amounts of time online, cautionary tales about our overdependence on technology have suddenly become all the rage. I.T. is the latest,...

I.T. : An Unexpected Guest in a Clip From Thriller Starring Pierce Brosnan

John Moore's thriller I.T. will be in cinemas and on VOD on September 23, 2016. ScreenAnarchy has an exclusive clip to share with you from the film. In the clip an unexpected and not entirely welcome guest shows up at...

Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: THE HIGH FRONTIER Tests the Borders of Tension

Baby, it's cold outside. The family at the heart of The High Frontier (original title: Na granicy) doesn't feel very warm toward each other, though. As the movie begins and a father and his two sons drive deeper and deeper...

GHOST IN THE SHELL: Watch The Five Short Clips Here

Paramount created a wee bit of a stir last night when they dropped five ten-second teasers for their live action Ghost in the Shell movie during the broadcast of the Mr. Robot finale last night.      They are our...

Review: In BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, Looks Aren't Everything

In the 21st century, how is one to present a fairy tale? There are stories ripe with opportunity to create great visual, frequently with lots of action, but the stereotyping, themes, and gender representation can be a bit tricky in...

SHIN GODZILLA Emerges This October In Australian Cinemas

Madman Entertainment has finally announced that they will be releasing the latest Japanese Godzilla entry into Australian cinemas this October 13th! Of course, this comes as no surprise as Madman's history, dedication and impressive array of releases of all things Gojira...