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THE KING IN YELLOW INTERLUDES, Resurrected Nightmares Bound in Flesh And Blood

We have to go back almost ten years ago when we first wrote about an Italian production called The King in Yellow: Interludes. We were directed to a trailer from the micro budget production, a multimedia project inspired by the...

Watch Creepy Short ABDULLAH, Enjoy Death Waltz Recording

One of the joys of programming short films is seeing how they travel the world, engaging with diverse audiences, and eventually becoming available for everyone to enjoy. Such is the case with Abdullah, written and directed by Evrim Ersoy (currently...

Promo for THE ENDLESS: How Many Aarons and Justins Does the World Need?

As much as we at ScreenAnarchy love the films of Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson, we also love how creative they are at promoting their films and documenting their travels around the world. And on the eve of the world...

GETAWAY DRIVER: Hold on to Your Pug in This Short Film by Abner Pastoll

Take a couple minutes out of your day to enjoy some top shelf stunt driving in Abner Pastoll's two minute short film Getaway Driver.    The UK director of Road Games and the upcoming A Good Woman in Hard to...

FIRST ROUND DOWN: Hitmen And Hockey Come Together in New Trailer For Canadian Comedy

The Canadian indie comedy First Round Down will begin its theatrical run here in Toronto on May 5th at a sold out screening at the Carlton cinema. The release is being handled by our friends at Unobstructed View and there...

Aussie Creature Feature BOAR Picked up by Universal Australia

What the we do not have in the world of fantastic cinema is enough killer pig movies. It has been a few years since we had a rash of them between '08 and '10. It has been even longer since...

PILGRIMAGE: Tom Holland And Jon Bernthal Spread Faith And Spill Blood in First Trailer

To those of you out there who like their action cinema bathed with the blood of their Saviour AND its victims have we got a trailer for you. Behold action brethren and sistren, the trailer for Brendan Muldowney's period action...

PLENA STELLARUM: Watch Matthew Wade's 'Peculiar' Short Film

At the beginning of the year I wrote about an animated short film by Matthew Wade called Plena Stellarum. It was about to screen at Slamdance after an already lengthy festival circuit tour. Now, on the verge of the Spring...

Tribeca 2017: Watch The Teaser For Kasra Farahani's Thriller TILT

Kasra Farahani's thriller, Tilt, will have its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this Saturday in the Midnight Section. The teaser trailer was sent out late this morning and we can share that with you below.    All seems normal...

MOM & ME Trailer: Your First Look at The Trailer, Just in Time For Mother's Day

With Mother's Day coming up (May 14th if you needed the reminder) you may be looking for something above flowers and a card to do with mom this year.   You may want to grab some tissue, head to your...

Mads Mikkelsen to Wage War on the Elements in ARCTIC, A Survival Thriller

Stranded in the Arctic, Mads Mikkelsen must fight to survive. Ticket sold! Admittedly, I'm an easy mark for anything involving Mads Mikkelsen, whose career I have happily followed ever since seeing him in Flickering Lights (2000). Others here at ScreenAnarchy...

Exclusive Clip: ZEN DOG, Dreaming Across the Country

In our exclusive clip from Zen Dog, a young man finds something that will prove to be extremely valuable. According to the synopsis: "Trapped by daily routine, a man (Kyle Gallner) experiences complete freedom by dreaming himself across the country...

Imagine 2017 Review: MOLLY Wins You Over With Perseverance And Ingenuity

Dutch science fiction films are few and far between, so when the Imagine Film Festival announced the world premiere of Molly, I was intrigued to say the least. And indeed, Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese have managed to create a...

Clip from THE ENDLESS: What's in the Box?

You could never accuse Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson of laziness. In their third feature film, The Endless, not only do they keep up with their usual jobs of directing/writing/producing/cinematography, but this time, they also star in it. Because they...

NOLA CIRCUS Exclusive Clip: Someone Better Sweep The Salon

Luc Annest's urban comedy Nola Circus will be in U.S. cinemas on April 21, 2017 and on iTunes and VOD on April 25, 2017. ScreenAnarchy has been given an excslusive clip to share with you, which you will find below...

Now on Blu-ray: THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS is a Fresh Take on the Undead

Director Colm McCarthy's The Girl With All the Gifts is one of the best zombie films ever made, and this Blu-ray release from Lionsgate is a solid treatment for this relatively low-budget marvel. The zombie film has become one of...

Chattanooga 2017 Recap: A Must-Visit Genre Fest

As a journalist, programmer, and filmmaker, I've been to my fair share of film festivals. I've just arrived home from Chattanooga Film Festival 2017, and.... WOW. Only in its fourth year, this incredible festival has managed to blow most of...

Review: THE LOST CITY OF Z, A Sumptuous and Elegant Epic, Lacking in Bravado and Zeal

An unabashedly old fashioned, bows-and-arrows school boy fantasy based on David Grann's non-fiction bestseller of the same name, The Lost City of Z stars Charlie Hunnam as a British army officer turned explorer, Col. Percival Fawcett, who had a perilous...

Crowdfund This: BULLETS OF JUSTICE, aka WTF Did I Just Watch??!!

WTF did I just watch??? During the Third World War, the American government initiates a secret project code named "Army Bacon" in order to create super soldier by inbreeding human beings with pigs. 25 years later a breed called "Muzzles"...

Have Your Say: Mirror, Mirror On The Wall, Who Is The Most Lovecraftian Of Them All?

Last week saw the premiere of The Void, a quite icky horror film by Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski. In it, a small group of people are stuck in an empty hospital, in the middle of a forest. Hooded strangers...