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Tribeca 2018 Poster Debut: Nathan Silver's THE GREAT PRETENDER Will Make You Believe

If you are a long time reader of these here pages, then you may very well already be aware of my love for the cinematic works of Nathan Silver. Working under the mode of roughly a movie a year, Silver...

SOFT MATTER: Is it a Good Light? Watch This Exclusive Clip

Jim Hickcox’s feature debut indie flick Soft Matter will be available on VOD on May 22nd.    An exlcusive clip was passed along to Screen Anarchy to share with you from the movie. Honestly it is just so weird and...

Review: BIG FISH & BEGONIA, Chinese Animation Dazzles in Sumptuous and Mystical Feature

Hailed as the Chinese answer to the fantastical works of beloved Japanese animation house, Studio Ghibli, the independently produced feature Big Fish & Begonia channels ancient wisdom into a dazzling animated canvas. Enhancing the overall production value of the film,...

Review: RELICTO, Argentine Mystery Horror an Experimental Ode to Artistic Influences

Oscar and Tamara leave the big city to settle into a small home in the country. It is an attempt by Oscar to rebuild their broken relationship after the death of his wife and her mother. Not long after they...

Frontières Platform in Cannes Announces Sixteen Projects Vying For Production Partnerships

Cannes is around the corner and that means that our friends at Frontières are gearing up for another joint venture with the famed festival.    Returning after a successful debut year in 2017 Frontières returns with 16 genre projects looking...

ABRAKADABRA: First Images From Onetti Brothers New Giallo Film

Abrakadabra, the fourth film from the Onetti Brothers, Luciano and Nico, was chosen to be part of the Upcoming Fantastic Films section of Blood Window at Cannes this year. There it will be presented as a work in progress and...

Criterion in July 2018: DRAGON INN and A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH, Plus Sex, Baseball, Hollywood

Home video fans may want to start looking for second jobs for the summer (or winter, if you're in the Southern Hemisphere), because the Criterion Collection is teasing a wealth of goodies in July. The first two that grabbed my...

Teaser Time: IRUTTU ARAIYIL MURATTU KUTHTHU, An Indian Musical Feature Inspired By A Raunchy YouTube Fake Trailer

I can't say that I saw this one coming. Director Santhosh Jayakumar's upcoming feature Iruttu Araiyil Murattu Kuththu (Furious Punch in a Dark Room) appears to be a feature length musical horror-sex-comedy inspired by the YouTube fake trailer Handjob Cabin...

Review: THE RIDER, Dealing Gently With Thwarted Dreams

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...

Exclusive INCOMING Trailer: Scott Adkins Goes to Space

"The Geneva Convention doesn't apply ... in space." If there is one thing in this crazy film world that we can depend upon, it's that Scott Adkins will always kick butt, no matter if he's embodying a mixed martial artist,...

Interview: Sergio G. Sánchez Talks MARROWBONE, The Fallibility of Memory, and the Spanish Fantastic

Spanish screenwriter Sergio G. Sánchez is likely well known to many ScreenAnarchy readers; if not by his name, than by his screenplays, such as The Orphanage and The Impossible. He makes his feature film debut this month with Marrowbone, a...

Brazil's Fantaspoa Announces First Wave of International Genre Titles

Heading into it's fourteenth year, Fantaspoa is the big genre festival in Brazil and one of the largest in all of the LatAm territories. Held near the southern most tip of Brazil in the beautiful port city of Porto Alegre,...

GEHENNA Trailer: Doug Jones Stars in Katagiri Hiroshi's Directorial Debut

Doug Jones, star of the Academy Award winning The Shape of Water, stars in Gehenna: Where Death Lives, in theaters and On-Demand May 4. The feature directorial debut of celebrated effects master Katagiri Hiroshi (Jurassic Park III, Pacific Rim), who...

Review: MARROWBONE, Hidden Secrets and Sibling Attachment

Sergio G. Sánchez is best known as co-writer of The Orphanage, certainly one of the best horror films of recent years, with its gothic setting, and themes of past traumas haunting the present. In his feature directorial debut, he returns...

Cinepocalypse 2018: Festival Announces STRANGE Jury Presidents And First Title

Bolstered by a tight and supportive genre community, Cinepocalypse is establishing itself as a key Summertime stop on the genre and fantastic film circuit here in North America.    Coming off of a successful rookie year they are already headed...

FEAR, LOVE and AGORAPHOBIA: Exclusive Clip For Drama, Available on VOD April 13th

Alex D'Lerma's indie drama, Fear, Love and Agoraphobia, will come out on VOD this Friday, April 13th. Screen Anarchy has been asked to share an exclusive clip from the film with you. You will find it below, along with the...

Fantasia 2018: Festival Poster Revealed And Two Titles From Homegrown Talent

Wow. Are we talking about Fantasia already? We are barely out of the deep freeze of Winter so we imagine the Fantasia staff have emerged from their burrows and have good news to share with us.  The first bit is...

The Teaser For Indian Thriller LILLI Will Get You Tense AF

I've been waiting for five months to share this film, and I'm so glad that I finally get a chance to show off what I think is destined to be one of the best genre films out of India this...

Review: LEAN ON PETE, Racing to Rock Bottom

If you’re a big fan of dramas like myself, then a review with the words “Andrew Haigh” plus “greatest tragedy” might well make you think that you’re onto a winner. Unfortunately, Lean on Pete isn’t the Andrew Haigh entry into...

Lovecraft Lives! Vestron Video Announces DAGON and BEYOND RE-ANIMATOR For Blu-ray This Summer

The terrifying tales of H.P. Lovecraft are the gift that keeps on giving to horror cinema, and the Vestron Video Collector's Series will celebrate a pair of more recent, underseen adaptations this summer with the releases of Stuart Gordon's Dagon...