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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...

Tom Hardy to Star in Sony's VENOM, Ruben Fleischer in Talks to Direct

THR is reporting that Sony is making big moves to expand its Spider-Man franchise and have signed Tom Hardy to star in their Venom film. Zombieland's Ruben Fleischer is in talks to direct the pic. The studio has already set on...

Notes on Criterion: August 2017 Releases Include HOPSCOTCH, LA POISON, and More

This summer (or winter, depending on where you live), the Criterion Collection will release five movies on Blu-ray and DVD that may be less familiar but are no less potentially fascinating. First up on August 8 is Michael Curtiz's The...

WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES: Big Scale Action in Third And Final Trailer

The third and final trailer for Matt Reeves' War for the Planet of the Apes came out today. You will find it below.   It promises epic battle scenes as two spieces on the brink of extinction fight for their...

Radiohead's Thom Yorke to Score SUSPIRIA Remake

I will be the first to admit that I am not as big a Dario Argento devotee as others within the ScreenAnarchy fold so the news of the Suspiria remake was met more passive aggressively than anything. I appreciate some...

A DEADPOOL Animated Series by Donald Glover is on The Way

Wow oh wow, is this awesome news! Reports are out that Donald Glover and his brother Stephen are going to write, produce and serve as showrunners for a new animated Deadpool series for FXX.    The 10-episode series will launch...

A New HELLBOY Movie? With STRANGER THINGS' David Harbour, Directed by Neil Marshall?

Word is out that there are plans to relaunch the Hellboy movie franchise. This would be without the director and his star from the first two films, Guillermo Del Toro and Ron Pearlman. Instead, Stranger Things' David Harbour is in...

BLADE RUNNER 2049 Trailer Turns Another Page

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THE DEFENDERS Trailer: Nice to Meet You (Again)

After four series spent introducing the characters, a new trailer for The Defenders sure spends a lot of time introducing them all over again. "Blind guy? This is Jessica." "Jessica, meet Luke." "Luke, meet a guy with an iron fist."...

THE DARK TOWER Trailer: The Gunslinger Chases...

While perhaps not as widely known as many of the big blockbuster movies coming out this summer, the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's epic novel series has its fandom who are finally being awarded the first trailer. You can count...

Filmmaker Jonathan Demme Has Passed Away

Jonathan Demme, who won an Academy Award for directing The Silence of the Lambs, has died, according to Indiewire and other sources.  He was 73.  When he was making a film in England, Roger Corman hired Demme as a unit...

Jeff Goldblum Joins JURASSIC WORLD 2, Because You Can Always Count on a Mathematician

Is there a mathematician in the house? There is now! Jeff Goldblum, who portrayed mathematician Dr. Ian Malcolm to winning effect in Jurassic Park and The Lost World: Jurassic Park, is returning to the dinosaur series. He has joined the cast of...

THE BEGUILED Trailer Offers Stylish Blood And Sex In A Boarding School For Girls

I am not sure how much of the trailer for Sophia Coppola’s new film, The Beguiled, constitues as spoiler or not. I have never read Thomas P. Cullinan’s novel, "A Painted Devil," nor have I seen the Don Siegel/Clint Eastwood...

Sony Will Spin the WHEEL OF TIME

Sony has thrown down the guantlet, committing to produce Robert Jordan's hugely popular and expansive fantasy series, "The Wheel of Time", in partnership with Red Eagle Entertainment and Radar Pictures. Variety reports that Rafe Judkins (Agents of Shield, Hemlock Grove)...

Criterion in July 2017: Albert Brooks' LOST IN AMERICA, Rossellini's War Trilogy, Tarkovsky's STALKER, Bresson's L'ARGENT

The Criterion Collection's slate for July 2017 sells itself, to be honest. Albert Brook's Lost in America is one of my personal, all-time favorites. Others may prefer Andrei Tarkovsky's Stalker, Roberto Rossellini's War Trilogy, or Robert Bresson's final film L'argent....

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI Teaser Offers Space Opera at its Finest

Disney and Lucasfilm have dropped the teaser trailer for Rian Johnson's entry in the Star Wars series, The Last Jedi, which for us old school fans we'll fondly call Episode VIII. Of course, Star Wars is such a behemoth that...

Kathryn Bigelow Dives Into Race Violence With The DETROIT Trailer

Kathryn Bigelow is, without reservation, one of the very finest filmmakers we have here in the western world and - never one to shy away from difficult subject - the Hurt Locker director is looking deep into the heart of...

Now on Blu-ray: LION is a Tear-Jerking Triumph (Also Manipulative as Hell)

Lion is the true story of Saroo Brierly, a man who got separated from his family in rural India at the age of 5, adopted by a family in Australia with whom he lives for 25 years, and who finally...

SENSE8, Season 2 Trailer: What Is Going On?

I confess: I watched the first four episodes of Season 1 of Sense8 on Netflix, and then placed it on my back burner. The visual compositions of the Wachowskis are undoubtedly striking, but the hyper-activity of the storyline, jumping around...

THOR: RAGNAROK Trailer Demonstrates Marvel's Superior Taste In Directors

Why has Marvel's big screen output been finding so much more favor than DC's? Well, a lot of it comes down to the fact that Marvel has a coherent plan for it's films, had that plan before they started, and...