Review: In ATOMIC BLONDE, Charlize Theron Breaks the Glass Ceiling By Punching Through the Berlin Wall

I love a good espionage thriller, and what better setting than the fifty year Cold War between the Western democracies and their deadly enemies in the Communist East? This underground conflict has bred some of the most magnificent films of...

Blu-ray Review: Rossellini's WAR TRILOGY Gets Much Needed HD Upgrade From Criterion

Earlier this month The Criterion Collection rereleased Roberto Rossellini's War Trilogy on Blu-ray and it is one of the year's essential sets. The three included films, Rome Open City (1945), Paisan (1946), and Germany Year Zero (1948), are not only...

Review: VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS, Lush Visuals And Lackluster Everything Else

In Luc Besson's latest film, the extravagant science-fiction, hypercolor seizure Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, a pair of space cops set off on a devil-may-care adventure to save the universe. Or something like that. Valerian (Dane DeHaan)...

RIP George A. Romero: 1940-2017

The L.A. Times is reporting that filmmaking legend George A. Romero has died peacefully in his home after a short battle with aggressive lung cancer at the age of 77. According to Romero's producing partner Peter Grunwald, he passed in...

Review: JAGGA JASOOS Aims For The Moon And Lands Among The Stars

With the release of the incredibly ambitious Jagga Jasoos, director Anurag Basu cements his position as one of Bollywood's premier creative voices. With a career that started over a decade ago largely dedicated to making potboilers, Basu really started to...

Now on Blu-ray: POWER RANGERS Makes For A Mediocre Film, But A Great Disc

When it was announced that the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers was getting a reboot for the cinema, a large portion of geek community let out a collective groan. I was never a big fan of MMPR back in the day,...

Now on Blu-ray: JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 Comes Home On Stacked Blu-ray

Keanu Reeves continues his adventures as the apex predator in John Wick: Chapter 2, now on Blu-ray from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Peter Martin reviewed the film upon it's cinema release earlier this year and wasn't 100% convinced that the film...

Rare Uncut 35mm Print of Dario Argento's SUSPIRIA Discovered! US Tour Imminent

Fans of Dario Argento's witchy masterpiece, Suspiria, have a couple of reasons to be excited in the coming months. Not only is the film currently being prepared for home video release by cult film restoration and preservation experts Synapse Films,...

Lineup Announced for London Indian Film Festival 2017: BLACK PRINCE and SEXY DURGA as Bookends

The lineup of the 8th annnual London Indian Film Festival has been announced and the programming is as strong as ever. The full press release appears below, but there are several films in the program about which Londonders should be...

DADDY Trailer: Arjun Rampal Rules The Mumbai Underworld In Ashim Ahluwalia's Latest

One of my most anticipated films of 2017 just got even more exciting. Yesterday the trailer dropped for Ashim Ahluwalia's Daddy, the follow-up to his critically acclaimed Miss Lovely from 2012. Daddy is the true life story of Arun Gawli,...

Blu-ray Review: DHEEPAN is Given the Royal Treatment by Criterion

This week The Criterion Collection released Jacques Audiard's Palme d'Or winning drama, Dheepan, and it's a film everyone needs to see. Dheepan, a Sri Lankan refugee and former Tamil Tiger, is on the run for his lafe after the Sinhalese...

Now on Blu-ray: Open Your Mind, Step Into THE VOID

Today marks the Blu-ray release of Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie's new horror film, The Void. Regular Screen Anarchy readers will recognize the co-directors as members of the renegade Winnipeg cinema collective Astron-6, but The Void is their first feature...

American Cinematheque To Screen BILL & TED Double Feature With Alex Winter This July, Most Excellent!

Los Angeles, prepare your self for a most non-heinous adventure this July 2nd at 7:30 when the American Cinematheque's Aero Theatre is set to screen the iconic Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and its amazingly weird sequel Bill & Ted's...

Bollywood RAMBO Remake Signs Tiger Shroff's Perm In Lead Role

This is it, the news that literally NO ONE was waiting for, Bollywood's officially licensed remake of Rambo has found its star. That man is Tiger Shroff. I'm not a fan of Tiger Shroff, and I'm 100% unconvinced that he...

Trailer: Nayanthara Battles Anurag Kashyap In Tamil Thriller IMAIKAA NODIGAL

Two titans of Indian cinema battle it out in Imaikaa Nodigal, the latest film from R. Ajay Gnanamuthu. In the new film, Tamil actress Nayanthara plays a cop chasing down a possible serial killer played by Gangs of Wasseypur director,...

Check Out The Trailer For Indian OCULUS Remake, DOBAARA

Normally something like an upcoming Hindi language remake of surprise horror hit Oculus would pass me by because, frankly, most such films are pretty awful. However, I have a couple of very compelling reasons to pay attention to the June...

Oak Cliff Film Festival 2017 Unveils Its Adventurous Lineup Of Stellar Cinema

In a relatively short six years of existence, Dallas' Oak Cliff Film Festival has put itself on the map as one of the most adventurous and carefully curated events in the Southwest. Based in the historic southern Oak Cliff neighrborhood...

TUBELIGHT Trailer: Oh Nothing, Just A Bollywood Remake Of LITTLE BOY With A Grown Ass Man Playing The Kid

I wasn't going to touch this, because I have less than zero interest in the work of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, but it's too ridiculous to pass up. Do you remember the film Little Boy from 2015? In that film,...

Now on Blu-ray: Severin Films Roundup - Italian Horror, Kung Fu, and Canuxploitation

Severin Films is one of our favorite independent home video distributors, and over the last few months they've released several really great Blu-ray editions of films that desperately needed an upgrade. Flip through the gallery below to see snapshots of...

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...