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Criterion in February 2018: LIVING DEAD, LAMBS, GALLOWS and More

A fascinating lineup will be on tap from the Criterion Collection in February 2018. Widely available in horribly-presented public domain versions for years, a new 4K restoration of George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead will be rolled out,...

SyFy Announces Cast For DEADLY CLASS Pilot

SyFy's adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig's comic series Deadly Class has a cast. The Avengers directors Joe and Anthony Russo are executive producing a pilot.    Co-created by Remender and Miles Feldsott, the pilot Deadly Class follows...

STAR WARS: Rian Johnson to Develop New Trilogy And News on Live Action Series

We are going to double dip here because two bits of news about the Star Wars universe came out today that will be of importance to fans of the franchise.    Of the utmost importance was the announcement that The...

Have Your Say: The Voice

One of the many non-human characters in Thor: Ragnarok is the Balrog-esque fire demon Surtur, seen here playing with The Hulk. Surtur doesn't just punch, stab and spit fire though: he actually has some lines in the script. And those...

Liam Neeson in THE COMMUTER Trailer: One Little Thing

Never play dare with Vera Farmiga. This just a hunch on my part, informed by the first trailer for The Commuter, in which businessman Liam Neeson meets a stranger on a train (Farmiga) who suggests he do "one little thing,"...

THE PUNISHER: Watch The New Trailer, Release Date Revealed

Marvel's The Punisher is coming to Netflix. And for the longest time all we knew was that it was coming soon. Some time. In the future. Trust us. It's coming.    With a new trailer released today they have finally...

STAR WARS: Han Solo Movie Wraps, Has a Title

When Ron Howard stepped in to take over the reigns on the Han Solo standalone Star Wars flick he not only had to recover the flick to a stage where it met the standards of the studios in charge but...

Criterion Gets Nostalgic: THE BREAKFAST CLUB to Warm Hearts in January 2018

When it was released in February 1985, The Breakfast Club was very much 'of the moment,' capturing the zeitgeist of suburban American youth during the teenage years. Coming off the modest success of his debut feature, Sixteen Candles, writer and...

New BLACK PANTHER Trailer Has King-Sized Action in an Awesome Afrofuturist World

The first trailer for Ryan Coogler's Black Panther was a simply awe-inspiring little bit of marketing that focused on Chadwick Boseman's T'Challa ascending the throne of Wakanda. The new trailer for Marvel's latest big screen IP isn't quite as good,...

Are The Elder Gods Coming To STRANGER THINGS?

Stranger Things creators The Duffer Brothers make no great secret of their inspirations, with the first season being  driven by an obvious love for John Carpenter, Wes Craven and that late 80s VHS horror vibe in general. It's not the...

Imagine Nine Inch Nails playing your favorite horror anthem - on Friday the 13th..

Imagine if Halloween fell on Friday the 13th and Nine Inch Nails decided to celebrate that by being in your ears all day? Might be a nightmare to some, to others a dream. Sound impossible? Well, then today this happened......

THE NEW MUTANTS: The X-Men Franchise Goes Full On Horror In First Trailer

If you were among those who arched a skeptical eyebrow when news came out that Fox were planning to push their X-Men franchise in a horror direction with the upcoming spin-off The New Mutants, well, let's just say you weren't...

Morbido 2017: Full Lineup Announced, Guests in Attendance

The tenth anniversary of the Mobido Film Festival runs from Oct 26th to Nov 5th in the heart of Mexico City. Today the festival is announcing their lineup of devilish delights.    Some members of the Morbido international familia return to...

New STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI Trailer Paints a Grim Picture

Remember Bill Murray's character, Nick the lounge singer, on Saturday Night Live? And remember when he sang about Star Wars? And about how he'd never wish they'd end? Nick is the prophet of our time. Lucasfilm has gone ahead and...

Razor Reel 2017: Flanders Film Festival Lineup Includes MAYHEM, LOWLIFE And HOUNDS OF LOVE

It warms the blood to know that all around the World that there is no shortage of genre fare heading in to the Halloween season. Across Europe the number of genre festivals is staggering as all peoples in all regions...

Woody Allen's WONDER WHEEL Trailer Sounds, No Surprise, Like Woody Allen

Soon to turn 82 -- 82!!! -- Woody Allen continues his annual run of films with Wonder Wheel. Ready to debut at the New York Film Festival on Saturday, October 14, Wonder Wheel's description goes like this: "On Coney Island...

Amazon Developing Three New Genre Series: SNOW CRASH, RINGWORLD And LAZARUS

Deadline is reporting that Amazon is pushing ahead on three new genre series to add to their streaming service slate. All three will be adaptations of literature including Neil Stepheson's cyberpunk smash Snow Crash, Larry Niven's Ringworld and the comic...

POLAROID: New Trailer Develops Ahead of December 1st Release Date

Lars Klevberg's feature film version of his short film Polaroid will be released in U.S. cinemas on December 1st. A new trailer has been cut to mark the date, you can watch it below.    From the producers of the...

Win a Copy of KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE Novelization

(Updated with proper link for e-mail - sorry 'bout that) Why watch a movie when you can read it! Complete your Tuesday by entering Screen Anarchy's giveaway for one of two copies of Tom Waggoner's novelization of Kingsman: The Golden...

Screamfest 2017: THE LODGERS Leads Second Wave of Titles, Includes CHILD'S PLAY And THE FUNHOUSE Screenings

The seventeenth annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival is quickly approaching. Running from October 10th through 19th the festival will offer Los Angeles residents a good dose of thrills and chills leading into the Halloween season.    Brian O'Malley's gothic horror...