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10+ Years Later: CODE 46 Showed Us That We Are All Replicants

With a new Blade Runner film on the way later this year, it seems an appropriate time to revisit a certain overlooked 2003 film that is as close to a prequel to Ridley Scott's seminal clone-noir as there ever was....

Crowdfund This: A Big, Big Reprint Of BEYOND TERROR

What makes for a good crowdfunding campaign? An interesting subject helps, a goal limit which is humble helps, giving something back for your contribution helps... Well, Fab Press' campaign for re-issuing Stephen Thrower's long-sold-out book about Italian director Lucio Fulci...

WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND: A Harrowing Trailer Emerges From The Depths of a Dead Argentinian Tourist Trap

We eagerly await What the Waters Left Behind, the new horror film from Luciano and Nicolas Onetti, directors of giallo flicks Sonno Profondo and Francesca. As it makes its way through post-production, they took it to Cannes and presented the...

Crowdfund This: Phil Tippett's MAD GOD, Demented Stop-Motion Animation

I confess that the first two parts of Phil Tippett's Mad God completely passed me by, but now that a kind reader has tipped us off to the existence of Part 3, all I can say is ... wow! Tippett...

Exclusive: MILES Poster Debut, A Boy on the Girl's Volleyball Team

We are pleased to present the exclusive poster debut for Miles, an independently-produced film about family, college and sports, starring Tim Boardman and Molly Shannon. Here's the official synopsis: Miles Walton (Tim Boardman) is biding his time until he can...

AnarchyVision: ALIEN: COVENANT, Cannes 2017, OKJA, LOVELESS, THE SQUARE

A look at the latest in the Alien franchise, as well as Cannes gems Loveless, The Square, and how Okja's Neflix nature has unsettled local purists....

Cannes 2017 Review: FACES PLACES, A Delightful and Poignant Capture of Working Life

The Grand Dame of French cinema, Agnès Varda's work has ranged from the New Wave in Cleo from 5 to 7, to feminism and friendship in One Sings, The Other Doesn't, to documenting the life of the poor in The...

Cannes 2017 Review: THE RIDER, Elegaic and Intimate Portrait of Suffering and Cure

Chloé Zhao's first feature film, Songs My Brothers Taught Me, showed the beautiful and difficult life of a young man on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota; his relationship with his family, his clashes with white men, and...

TRIPLE THREAT: First Image of Tony Jaa, Tiger Chen And Iko Uwais!

Here is the first image of martial arts stars Tony Jaa, Tiger Chen and Iko Uwais from the upcoming martial arts film Triple Threat.   It does not get any better than this, folks. Rarely is there this much talent...

Frontières@Fantasia: First Wave Announced. Includes Legends, Indie Faves And More

As the Summer approaches we at ScreenAnarchy have already begun clearing our schedules in July for the Fantasia International Film Festival. I in particular make sure that I am free to cover the Frontières co-production market that runs from July...

Gore-filled Promo For WYRMWOOD: CHRONICLES OF THE DEAD

Stop everything you are doing and watch this gore-filled promo for Wyrmwood: Chronicles of the Dead, the proposed tv show based on the hit zombie flick from brothers Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner.   Calling this gore-filled is an understatement. Holy....

GHOST SQUAD: J-Splatter's Noboru Iguchi is Back in Full Form in New Trailer

J-Splatter aficionado Noboru Iguchi (Robogeisha, Dead Sushi, Mutant Girl Sqaud, Machine Girl) is back with his special brand of J-horror what the fuckery in a new film called Ghost Squad. As with any of his films, and let's face it...

HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS AT PARTIES Teasers Appear In Advance of Cannes Premiere

Three short teasers have appeared for John Cameron Mitchell's How to Talk to Girls at Parties, an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's short story of the same name. The teasers arrive in advance of the film's bow at the 2017 Cannes...

I KILL GIANTS: First Images From The Graphic Novel Adaptation

A trio of images from Anders Walters' I Kill Giants, an adaptation of the graphic novel by Joe Kelly, dropped yesterday. No time like the present to have a look at Zoe Salanda as school psychologist Mrs. Mollé and Madison...

HorrorFest 2017: South African Horror Film Festival, And More, Now Open For Submissions

If you are a filmmaker and you are thinkiing to yourself, "Self, I have this new horror flick and I do not think I have ever had a film play in South Africa", then this is your opportunity to scratch...

MARK OF KANE: Horror Novel Adaptation Goes Into Production in Australia Later This Year

Excellent news out of Cannes for some friends of the ScreenAnarchy family here in Toronto. The film adaptation of the novel Mark of Kane is going ahead with a joint co-production between Canada and Australia. The novel by Michael Prescott,...

Exclusive LAST MAN CLUB Clip: This Is Why You Don't Stop for Strangers

The instinct of a decent human being is always to stop if you see someone else in trouble. In our exclusive clip from Last Man Club, that's exactly what an older gentleman in uniform (James MacKrell) does when he sees...

AnarchyVision: Cannes 2017, Netflix and More!

A curtain-raiser for this year's Cannes Film Festival, with a slate that's got everyone talking. With Jury President Pedro Almodovar speaking of the "paradox" of having VOD-releases in competition, and Will Smith talking about how the likes of Netflix are...

RED RIVER: Vampire Vengeance Comes to an Irish Town in Gary Shore's Next

Dracula Untold director Gary Shore is returning to the vampire subgenre once again, albeit on a much smaller scale. His next film Red River is being shopped at Cannes in the Marche du Film this week. Shore is directing a...

BLACK SITE: It Protects us From Their Gods

Black Site. It protects us from their gods. But who will protect us from their followers?    So here is something to potentially keep an eye on. Production has begun in the UK on a supernatural action film called Black...