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BUFFALO BOYS: Full Trailer For The Indonesian Western Delivers Epic Scale Action

It was just last month that we shared the first teaser for Mike Wiluan's upcoming Indonesian western Buffalo Boys and that ahs now been followed by a full theatrical trailer to serve up far more of the film's storyline and...

Large Scale Tank Battles In Aleksey Sidorov's T-34 Trailer!

Russian helmer Aleksey Sidorov first came to our attention here with his slick boxing themed crime thriller Shadowboxing several years back. He was clearly a director looking to create large scale entertainment with the technical chops to do exactly that...

SOFT MATTER: Is it a Good Light? Watch This Exclusive Clip

Jim Hickcox’s feature debut indie flick Soft Matter will be available on VOD on May 22nd.    An exlcusive clip was passed along to Screen Anarchy to share with you from the movie. Honestly it is just so weird and...

THE EQUALIZER 2: Denzel is Back in New Trailer, And Many Bad People Are Going to Die

Denzel Washington is back as Robert McCall in The Equalizer 2, the sequel to the action hit made by Antoine Fuqua in 2014. Washington and Fuqua have teamed up with screenwriter Richard Wenk for another dose of ballistic bodily harm....

DEADPOOL 2: The Final Trailer is Here and Peter Responded to the Ad

The final trailer for Deadpool 2 is here, ahead of its release on May 18th.  Chock (Or is it cock? You'll see) full of sight gags and humor, there is also way more spectacle to the action this time around....

Review: BIG FISH & BEGONIA, Chinese Animation Dazzles in Sumptuous and Mystical Feature

Hailed as the Chinese answer to the fantastical works of beloved Japanese animation house, Studio Ghibli, the independently produced feature Big Fish & Begonia channels ancient wisdom into a dazzling animated canvas. Enhancing the overall production value of the film,...

70s Rewind: CONRACK, Jon Voight as a Real-Life White Savior

Jon Voight stars as the titular character, a young white teacher who comes to an island off the coast of South Carolina in March 1969. He's been hired to fill in for a teacher on a health leave, only to...

Explosive New Trailer for Korean DRUG WAR Remake Will Make You a BELIEVER

The much-anticipated Korean remake of Johnnie To's crime drama Drug War has dropped an electric first trailer ahead of its domestic release on May 24. From The Silenced director Lee Hae-young, the film will head overseas under the new international...

Teaser Time: IRUTTU ARAIYIL MURATTU KUTHTHU, An Indian Musical Feature Inspired By A Raunchy YouTube Fake Trailer

I can't say that I saw this one coming. Director Santhosh Jayakumar's upcoming feature Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuththu (Furious Punch in a Dark Room) appears to be a feature length musical horror-sex-comedy inspired by the YouTube fake trailer Handjob Cabin...

Review: THE FENCER, History Crosses Swords at School

Endel is hiding. In The Fencer (Miekkailija), which has recently been issued as a fine-looking DVD from Music Box Films and is also available to watch via various VOD platforms, Endel Nelis (Mart Avandi) has returned to his Estonian homeland...

Review: ZAMA, Lost in the Heart of Darkness

Lucrecia Martel suggested in her introduction to the sold-out screening of her much anticipated follow-up to Headless Woman that the audience might want to take in Zama like a whiskey. Indeed, it's a heady, at times bitter, at times sweet...

Review: THE RIDER, Dealing Gently With Thwarted Dreams

Chloé Zhao's first feature film, Songs My Brothers Taught Me, showed the beautiful and difficult life of a young man on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota; his relationship with his family, his clashes with white men, and...

Exclusive INCOMING Trailer: Scott Adkins Goes to Space

"The Geneva Convention doesn't apply ... in space." If there is one thing in this crazy film world that we can depend upon, it's that Scott Adkins will always kick butt, no matter if he's embodying a mixed martial artist,...

Brussels 2018 Interview: Guillermo del Toro Talks CRONOS, THE SHAPE OF WATER and More

Guillermo del Toro doesn’t half-ass anything. From immaculately crafted sets and carefully thought out color patterns to a web of intertextual allusions that extend his visual storytelling, he’s a world-builder who pays attention to the smallest detail. Living in a...

INCREDIBLES 2: Check Out The New Trailer

The Incredibles was kind of a big deal when it first came out in 2004. It was a few years after director Brad Bird had turned heads with the equally awesome Iron Giant but now he was enveloped within the...

GEHENNA Trailer: Doug Jones Stars in Katagiri Hiroshi's Directorial Debut

Doug Jones, star of the Academy Award winning The Shape of Water, stars in Gehenna: Where Death Lives, in theaters and On-Demand May 4. The feature directorial debut of celebrated effects master Katagiri Hiroshi (Jurassic Park III, Pacific Rim), who...

Review: Netflix's LOST IN SPACE

In the future the Robinson family is part of the twenty-fourth colonial fleet, on their way to Alpha Centauri to make a new life for themselves. But disaster strikes the mother ship, the Resolute, and the Robinsons find themselves at...

Review: MARROWBONE, Hidden Secrets and Sibling Attachment

Sergio G. Sánchez is best known as co-writer of The Orphanage, certainly one of the best horror films of recent years, with its gothic setting, and themes of past traumas haunting the present. In his feature directorial debut, he returns...

FEAR, LOVE and AGORAPHOBIA: Exclusive Clip For Drama, Available on VOD April 13th

Alex D'Lerma's indie drama, Fear, Love and Agoraphobia, will come out on VOD this Friday, April 13th. Screen Anarchy has been asked to share an exclusive clip from the film with you. You will find it below, along with the...

THE MEG: You Should Also Check Out The International Trailer And Poster

If you're looking for a little more exposition when it comes to your fuck-off giant population eating sharks then the international trailer for The Meg gives us a little more insight, a little more structure, in its tale.    Also,...