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Review: THE GRACEFIELD INCIDENT, A Collection of Rehashed Material

"Matthew Donovan (played by Mathieu Ratthe, who's also the film's director) embeds an iPhone camera into his prosthetic eye to secretly record a weekend with friends in a luxurious mountain top cabin”, says the official synopsis for the Canadian/American production...

UNION FURNACE: Key Art Premiere For The Horror Thriller's Blu-ray And DVD Release

Metropol Pictures will be releasing Nicholas Bushman's 2015 horror-thriller Union Furnace on Blu-ray and DVD on August 15th. Screen Anarchy was asked to debut the key art for the release and after a couple e-mails back and forth comfirming, yes,...

CALICO SKIES Trailer Suggests Tom Sizemore Has Something Up His Sleeve

The intriguing trailer for Calico Skies takes a little while to warm up, but it holds the promise that when push comes to shove, Tom Sizemore will seize the day. Sizemore plays Phoenix, a man "who lives a life of...

Fantasia 2017 Short Film Short Review: EVEN THE DARKNESS HAS ARMS, A Two-Minute Creepfest

Chris Bavota, writer of the family reunion horror short from 2015 Never Tear Us Apart, has a new short, short film, Even The Darkness Has Arms, premiering tonight in the horror shorts program at Fantasia. Yes, it is so short...

Fantasia 2017 Short Film Short Review: THE LAST SCHNITZEL

Humankind’s time on Earth has is coming to end. As the planet dies nations prepare fleets to flee to nearby Mars. One of the last holdouts is the Grand Turkish Republic. The president refuses to okay the evacuation until he...

Fantasia 2017: Terrific Illustrated Poster For Ted Geoghegan's MOHAWK

One of the films that I am truly sad about missing at this year's Fantasia Int'l Film Festival is Ted Geoghegan's Mohawk, premiering tonight at the festival. Written by our friend Grady Hendrix and produced by another, Travis Stevens, I...

Exclusive Clip From GOOK: It Was Such a Beautiful, Busy, Normal Day, Until...

It was such a beautiful day. In our exclusive clip from Gook, 11-year-old Kamilla (Simone Baker) helps out the brothers Eli (Justin Chon) and Daniel (David So) during a busy day at the shoe store they own. The scene has...

Short Film Short Review: THE SUMMONER Punching Ghosts to an Electronic Beat

James Secker’s short film The Summoner introduces us to a world where the spirit world can be very invasive. When this happens the public can call upon The Summoner and he will come and clean your home. Think Tangina Barrons...

Japan Cuts 2017 Review: THE TOKYO NIGHT SKY IS ALWAYS THE DENSEST SHADE OF BLUE, A Maudlin if Earnest Tale

Like its long, declarative title, Ishii Yuya's new film is a curious work that stumbles towards earnestness. Sometimes it is poetic and ponderous. At other times it is just plain tedious and twee.

Fantasia 2017: Teaser Trailer For DEAD SHACK Brings Lots of Gore And Some Laughs

Next stop on the Dead Shack tour this Summer is at the Fantasia International Film Festival. The Canadian zom-com will screen during the afternoon of July 22nd and if this fresh teaser trailer is anything to go by the crowd...

Japan Cuts 2017 Preview: A Country at a Crossroads and the Movies at the Heart of it All

Japan Cuts: The Festival of New Japanese Film comes roaring back to life for another season of fresh flicks with the ninja-samurai action epic MUMON: The Land of Stealth kicking things off July 13 at the Japan Society in New...

First AWAKEN Trailer Feels Like a Cool Breeze on a Hot Day

As I watched the gorgeous first trailer for Tom Lowe's Awaken, I was reminded of the films of Godfrey Reggio (Koyaanisquati) and Terrence Malick (especially Tree of Life) and hey, what do you know, both those gentlemen serve as executive...

Psycho Pompous: Expressionist Horror, Part I: The Man Who Laughs, An Introduction

The most triumphed example of horror film expressionism is the 1920 feature The Cabinet of Dr. Calagari by Robert Wiene, which set the foundation from which all successive expressionist films and horror films of the 1920s would rise. Though the...

Filmmakers Panos Cosmatos, Abner Pastoll, Joachim Lafosse and Jacques Audiard Win Investment

Belgium's Wallimage has awarded four filmmakers significant project investment in the company's highly competitive 85th year of helping to bolster its local film industry. Two genre films in particular have caught our attention with Wallimage's support becoming a crucial vote...

BROKEN MILE: New Poster For Justin McConnell's Single Take Thriller

Justin McConnell's single take thriller Broken Mile will begin its theatrical run here in Toronto on July 28th. There will also be two select theatrical runs in Portland, OR and San Diego,CA in the States before it goes to VOD/Digital/BD/DVD...

COLD SKIN Teaser: Xavier Gens' Lovecraftian Horror Comes at Night

French extremist Xavier Gens (The Divide) has been super busy lately. Not only did he take the reigns on Cold Skin, an adaptation of Albert Sanchez Pinol's popular novel of the same name, he recently wrapped the yet-to-be released possession...

Fantasia 2017: Watch the Trailer for TRANSMISSION, A 'Lynchian Brexit' Short Film

Varun Raman and Tom Hancock's short film Transmission, what they have dubbed a 'Lynchian Brexit' themed short film, will have its international premiere at the Fantasia Int'l Film Festival on July 30th in the Celluloid Experiments 2017 program. The filmmakers were...

THE ICARUS LINE MUST DIE: Watch The Teaser Trailer, World Premiere in L.A. This Weekend

Michael Grodner's The Icarus Line Must Die is set to have its World Premiere when it opens LA’s Non Plussed Fest on July 14th. To mark the occasion Screen Anarchy was sent the trailer and a number of images which...

STASIS: Poster Premiere For Sci-fi Thriller Debut From Nicole Jones-Dion

XLrator Media is releasing Nicole Jones-Dion's feature film debut the sci-fi thriller Stasis on VOD and iTunes on August 29th. Screen Anarchy has been asked to premiere the poster for her new flick. We have also included the trailer to...

UK Writers: FrightFest Wants Your New Blood!

If you're 18 or over, a United Kingdom resident, and love writing weird scripts, an awesome opportunity was recently announced. FrightFest is teaming up to produce scripts with MPI Media Group --- as well as with genre titan producer Travis...