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TUFTLAND: Finnish Hillbillys Get Creepy in New Trailer

The Hillybilly trope has generally been the pervue of American cinema; but seemingly weird people and cults in the countryside exist everywhere, and a new feature from Finland aims to set a new bar. With its North American premiere set...

DREAMLAND Reunites Bruce McDonald, Tony Burgess and Stephen McHattie for a New Genre Mashup

Fans of Pontypool may rejoice for the beginning of production on Bruce McDonald's latest film, Dreamland. It reunites the director with writer Tony Burgess and star Stephen McHattie. While not the long rumoured sequel to the Canadian cult semiotic zombie film...

THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT Trailer: Will The Sequel Retain its Early Aughts Era Roots?

A strong first teaser for The Strangers: Prey at Night has landed from Aviron Pictures. 47 Meters Down director, Johannes Roberts, takes the reigns on the loooong promised sequel to Bryan Bertino's seminal home invasion thriller The Strangers which shocked...

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,...

Bloody Mary Film Festival 2017: Toronto's Female-Identifying Genre Festival Announces Lineup

One of the newest film festivals to grace our fair city, The Bloody Mary Film Festival is readying to return to Toronto for its sophomore year with two nights of features and short films directed by female-identifying Canadian filmmakers.   ...

Crowdfund This: TICK, Post-Apocalypse Vampire Short Needs Your Support

Canadian filmmakers Ashlea Wessel and Kevin Burke are teaming up, which alone should be enough to sell anyone on a project. Wessel's award-wnning first short film Ink, is an atmospheric nightmare of a young woman caught in a spiral of...

MR. FISH: CARTOONING FROM THE DEEP END: Poster And Trailer Premiere

Pablo Bryant's documentary Mr. Fish: Cartooning From The Deep End has its NYC premiere this weekend at DOC NYC 2017. Screen Anarchy has a new poster and trailer to premiere for you today, along with a selection of images from...

Exclusive: Sono! Sabu! Uchida! Animerama! Third Window Films 2018 Slate Looks Amazing!

Third Window Films, the English-speaking world's most well-respected distributors of comtemporary and modern Asian films on home video, has had a rough year, but they are revved-up and ready to go with a 2018 slate of releases that looks out...

Exclusive: ICHI THE KILLER 4K Remaster Opens Friday, Check Out The New Art

Well Go USA's brand new 4K remaster of Miike Takashi's groundbreaking gross-out Ichi the Killer opens this Friday November 10th at the Metrograph in NYC. This film, alongside his masterful horror film Audition, introduced the world outside of Japan to...

WITHDRAWN: Watch The New Trailer For Slamdance Hit

Adrian Murray's Slamdance hit Withdrawn releases November 14th through Syndicado and we're proud to present a new trailer for the film that our own Ben Umstead compared to the early work of Richard Linklater. Aaron Keogh stars here as a...

Morbido 2017 Review: MEXICO BARBARO 2, a More Diverse Experience Than Its Predecessor

By now we are all familiar with one of the biggest trends in horror cinema, the anthology. They are seemingly the quickest and easiest way to amalgamate a central vision and theme by dividing it up into chunks and letting...

DONE TO DEATH: Throwback Horror Gets Biblical (Though Not How You Think)

Regular readers here will have come across the work of award winning, Toronto based director Sean Wainsteim a handful of times. The man has created an impressive body of short films, music videos and commercial work over the years and...

Hey, London! Miskatonic Institute Wants You To Learn About Spooky Animation and Christmas Terror!

Kier-la Janisse's Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies has been educating people in London, New York and Montreal for a few years now on the wide variety of forms and subjects in horror films. And there are two excellent classes upcoming...

DEATH METAL: Brilliant & Deathly Comic Short Now Online

Chris McInroy has made a name for himself on the fantastic genre festival circuit for his delightfully wicked, bloody, and hilarious shorts, such as Bad Guy #2 and his latest, We Summoned a Demon. After its long and fruiful festival...

Night Visions 2017: Fall Fest Edition Led by THE SHAPE OF WATER, THE ENDLESS and Much More

A lovely lineup of 43 features has been lined up for the fall edition of the Night Visions International Film Festival in Helsinki, Finland, which will be held during the final week of November. The leading titles of the fall...

Kolkata IFF 2017: Check Out the Trailer of AVICHI, a Revelation in Indian Storytelling

Making its world premiere at next month's Kolkata International Film Festival is a film that I cannot wait to talk more about, Avichi. Avichi is the first feature from director Varun Chowdhury, who also wrote and edited what is one...

Exclusive MIRACLE ON 42ND STREET Clip: I'll Never Live There

Would you like to know how much Larry David paid for rent in 1977? In our exclusive clip from Miracle on 42nd Street, the manager of an apartment complex and multiple residents, including a few celebrities like Larry David (Curb...

Exclusive Clip: THE TRUTH ABOUT LIES, a Fateful Meeting

Are you having a bad day? All of us have experienced a bad day. But in The Truth About Lies, the lead character has a meltdown. And then he meets someone who may be his salvation... According to the official...

CASH ONLY Duo Reunite, Chase Down Liam Hemsworth, in KILLERMAN

Good news comes our way this morning that Cash Only's Nickola Shreli and Malik Bader are getting together again for a new thriller called Killerman. Bader is directing his own script and Shreli has joined the cast, chasing after Liam...

PHANTOM THREAD Trailer: Paul Thomas Anderson, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Fine 1950s Clothing

Paul Thomas Anderson makes mesmerizing movies. I didn't see Hard Eight for years, unfortunately, but Boogie Nights entranced me through multiple viewings. I couldn't stop watching it - every time it appeared uncut on cable I was drawn back to...