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Criterion in September 2018: ANDREI RUBLEV, COLD WATER and More

It's never too late to receive good news, is it? I hope not, because I am terribly late in sharing information on the Criterion Collection's upcoming releases in September 2018. And it's a very good lineup, indeed. My eye was...

Have Your Say: The Incredible Brad Bird

Last weekend, Brad Bird's Incredibles 2 landed with a thudding 'WHOMP' which was heard across the world. Our Andrew Mack loved it and he was not the only one: with 180 million dollars domestic and a CinemaScore rating of A+,...

Review: JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM Goes Places Earlier Films Fear To Tread

For the past quarter century, the Jurassic Park films have been synonymous with summer blockbuster fare. Based on Michael Crichton's novel (itself an inferior re-working of his own Westworld) the first film in the franchise set the world alight in...

Friday One Sheet: FIRST MAN

What struck me most about this poster for the IMAX release of an upcoming Neil Armstrong biopic, is that at first glance it looks less like a rocket launch, and more like a religious pyre for some early Clan of...

Blu-ray Review: Frank Borzage's MOONRISE Glows for Criterion

Director Frank Borzage was never one to wallow in the darkness. He made quality dramas, his work spanning from the silent era into the  early 1960s. Although one of the major filmmakers in his earlier career, we don’t hear all...

Review: TAG Isn't It

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we get old because we stop playing.” That is the quote that validates five childhood friends to sustain a high-stakes, no-holds-barred game of tag for a lifetime. George Bernard Shaw originally said...

Fantasia 2018: Second Wave Kills Hitler Then Bigfoot And Honors Cynthia Rothrock

Summer has arrived and the Screen Anarchy team is gearing up for another year of international delights delivered to us by the blessed hands of the fine folks at Fantasia International Film Festival.    The second wave of titles have...

ATLANTA's Hiro Murai in Talks to Direct Thriller MAN ALIVE

Deadline is reporting that Hiro Murai, director of episodes of Atlanta and Childish Gambino's latest video This Is America, is in talks to direct his debut feature film, Man Alive.    The script was bought off of a spec from...

Notes on Streaming: THE HOLLOW, Unraveling an Animated Mystery

The opening scenes of The Hollow reminded me of the opening of Zork, one of the first text-based computer games. Back in the early 1980s, I remember eagerly buying the game and staring at the opening line, white text on...

DUMBO: Watch The Teaser For Tim Burton's Live Action Film

The teaser trailer for Tim Burton's live action version of Disney's Dumbo flew into town this morning. You will find it below.      It is predictably gorgeous to look at, Burton being one of the top visionary directors of...

John Cena Joining Jackie Chan in Scott Waugh's Action Thriller

This could be a really fun match up.  THR is reporting that John Cena will join Jackie Chan in an upcoming action thriller to be directed by Need For Speed's Scott Waugh. Cena is reportedly replacing Sylvester Stallone who was...

Review: INCREDIBLES 2, Brad Bird Does it Again, Another Excellent Family Superhero Film!

Incredibles 2 picks up from the moment The Underminer makes his appearance at the end of the first film. Yet, failing to stop The Underminer from committing his crime the Parrs and all superheroes are under even more scrutiny than...

Review: HOTEL ARTEMIS, A Fun Bit Of Sci-Fi Action To Pass The Time

It's been an interesting summer for sci-fi pulp fiction. With Leigh Whannel's Upgrade taking critics by storm, and now Drew Pearce's Hotel Artemis hitting cinemas this weekend, there's a wealth of futuristic action for moviegoers to choose from. While the...

Blu-ray Review: NIGHT OF THE LEPUS is Best for Little Bunnies

Stuart Whitman (Eaten Alive) and Janet Leigh (Psycho) star as a scientist couple studying insects in Arizona. It turns out that there's an infestation of wild rabbits wrecking havoc on everything, and they're asked to help. They figure out a...

Review: HEREDITARY, The Haunted House That We Call Home

Ari Aster's Hereditary is an emotionally devastating family thriller, a terrifying supernatural mystery, and one hell of a complex horror film. This is the kind of film that builds tension for every one of its one-hundred-twenty-seven minutes, and when that...

SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE: New Trailer Showcases Action, Humor And Nods to Comic Books

Sony has dropped the first full trailer for their upcoming animated feature Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse starring Shameik Moore (Dope, The Get Down) this morning. If you have not taken a moment to watch we emplore you to do so....

Review: OCEAN'S 8, Thieves Like Us, Sorta

Upon its release in December 2001, Steven Soderbergh's Ocean's Eleven felt like a salve upon a troubled nation's open wounds. Coming on the heels of Soderbergh's dazzling dramatic duo of the previous year (Erin Brockovich and Traffic), his caper flick...

LEGO MOVIE 2: Teaser Trailer Goes Post Apocalyptic Before it Blasts Into Intergalactic

The first official teaser trailer for Lego Movie 2: The Second Part dropped earlier. You will find it below.    It’s been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: LEGO DUPLO® invaders...

RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET: New Trailer For WRECK IT RALPH 2 Cracks Wise About Surfing The Net

Yesterday Disney uploaded the new trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2. Check it out below.    “Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2” leaves Litwak’s video arcade behind, venturing into the uncharted, expansive and thrilling world of...

BUMBLEBEE: Trailer For First TRANSFORMERS Spin Off Won't Get Rick Rolled

Paramount have dropped the first trailer for their first Transformers spin off movie, Bumblebee. Starring one of everyone`s favorite Autobots from the Transformers series of films we are going back, way back, to 1987 for this one.    On the...