Now on Blu-ray: TRAILER TRAUMA 3: '80s HORRORTHON Is the Ultimate Party Mixtape for Horror Fans

I am a huge fan of movie trailer compilation tapes. When I was a teenager I would whip together my own party mix tapes on VHS to slap together some of the most fun, goriest, funniest bits of horror movies...

Blu-ray Review: WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN and My Life with Pedro Almodóvar

I was introduced to the films of Pedro Almodóvar when I was about twelve years old almost entirely by accident. I don't remember the year exactly, though 1992 seems like a good guess based on the other memories that...

Review: In Zhang Yimou's THE GREAT WALL, Matt Damon Saves the World

I've seen sillier attempts at blockbuster fantasy films than Zhang Yimou's latest, The Great Wall, but I must admit it's been a while. The director, one of China's most respected visual artists after his stunning work on crossover hit wu...

LOVE & OTHER CULTS: Beat-downs and Belly Laughs Rule the Trailer for Uchida Eiji's Latest

Japanese director Uchida Eiji is on a hot streak as of late. Two of his latest features, the Amelie-meets-revenge thriller Greatful Dead, and the self-reflexive look at the indie film scene in Japan Lowlife Love have brought the relatively unknown...

Review: In Shanker Raman's GURGAON, Blood Makes The Grass Grow

Family can be a tricky thing. The bonds forged between blood relations are often tenuous and fraught with jealousy and distrust. You can't choose the people with whom you make those bonds, and as a result, those people aren't always...

Review: GROWING UP SMITH, A Cross Cultural Comedy with Heart

In director Frank Lotito's Growing Up Smith, one year is enough to provide a lifetime of memories for a little Indian boy plunked down in the midwest in 1979. The Bhatnagar family, father Bhaskar (Anjul Nigam), mother Nilani (Poorna Jagannathan...

Stock Up On Pussywillows, SERIAL MOM Is Coming To Blu-ray From SCREAM FACTORY This Spring!

Cult film legend John Waters sure knows how to keep his profile up. While it's been a torturously long 12 years since his last feature, A Dirty Shame, Waters has hopped back on the radar with a high profile restoration...

Now on Blu-ray: PARENTS and THE LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM From Vestron Video

Lionsgate Home Video's new specialty imprint, Vestron Video Collector's Series, is back with another pair of '80s video store classics. Bob Balaban's Parents, a pitch black satirical look at utopian surburban life, and Ken Russell's The Lair of the White...

Dublin 2017: Exclusive First Look At NAILS Trailer, Inside the Horror Hospital

First time director Dennis Bartok's irish hospital-set horror, Nails, has it's world premiere at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF) on February 20th, so it's about time for the marketing blitz to begin. Screen Anarchy has been granted an...

Now on Blu-ray: TOSHIAKI TOYODA: THE EARLY YEARS Shows the Emergence of an Artist

Third Window Films release of Toshiaki Toyoda: The Early Years is an unmissable document of the genesis of an artist and his obsessions. The three films included in this set clearly show the growth and emergence of an incredible talent...

Now on Blu-ray: THE KILLING OF AMERICA Exposes A Murderous Culture

I have a pretty strong stomach, but The Killing of America is one of the most gut-wrenching films I've ever seen. This documentary, a collaboration between director Sheldon Renan and producers Leonard Schrader and Yamamoto Mata is a disturbing look...

Now on Blu-Ray: MEN & CHICKEN and KLOWN FOREVER, A Delightful Danish Duo From Drafthouse Films

There must be something funny in the water in Denmark because they definitely have a knack for comedy. Drafthouse Films recently released a pair of hilarious Danish films on Blu-ray and DVD and we're here to give you the low...

Rotterdam 2017 Review: SEXY DURGA, One Terrifying Night In Darkest India

Man is a dangerous beast. Long ago, before the time of cinema, before the time of television, and certainly before the time of the Internet, the Indian subcontinent was a land mostly known as a fruitful place for the nightmares...

Lawrence Kicks Serious Ass In MOTTA SHIVA KETTA SHIVA Trailer

Tamil film star Raghava Lawrence has become one of my favorite performers since his insane ghost story Kanchana released back in 2011. For that film he served not only as the star, but he also wrote, produced, choreographed, and directed...

Review: RAEES, Shah Rukh Khan Steps Into The Wayback Machine But Can't Help Being Himself

When it comes to Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, I am a man of perpetual hope and enthusiasm. Over the last twenty-five years SRK has delivered some iconic performances in films by some of Bollywood's biggest directors, and every time...

Watch: MSG LIONHEART 2: HIND KA NAPAK KO JAWAB Trailer, Is This Real Life?

We've written a lot about India's Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan, the leader of the Dera Sacha Sauda religious sect in northwest India and his crazy film antics, but his latest work may take the cake. MSG Lionheart:...

Rotterdam 2017: Trailer For SEXY DURGA Hints at the Darkness Within

Among the titles competing for the International Film Festival of Rotterdam's (IFFR) prestigious Tiger award is Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's Sexy Durga. The film recently won an award at India's NFDC Film Bazaar and Sasidharan's previous film, 2016's An Off-Day Game...

Vestron Video to Bring The WISHMASTER Series to Blu-ray March 28

Lionsgate Home Video's specialty imprint Vestron Video Collector's Series continues it's impressive collection of home video releases with the upcoming Wishmaster series of films on Blu-ray. This is a series of films that I have to admit I have never...

Watch: Vidyut Jamwal's COMMANDO 2 Trailer Kicks Your Ass All Over The Place

Indian action star Vidyut Jamwal is poised to become Asia's next martial arts superhero, and the trailer for his new film, Commando 2: The Black Money Trail, is one hell of a calling card. Four years ago Jamwal burst onto...

Dublin 2017: Exclusive Images & Distribution News For Dennis Bartok's Irish Horror, NAILS

Dennis Bartok's debut feature, Nails, is set to have its world premiere next month at the Dublin International Film Festival and we have some exclusive images for this creepy looking film. Nails marks Bartok's first foray into directing after participating...