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INCOMING: Scott Adkins is Going to Space!

Production is underway in Serbia on the sci-fi action thriller Incoming. International action star Scott Adkins is part of the cast.    Incoming will be the directorial debut of Eric "Z" Zaragoza who has been an assistant director on a...

Gareth Evans' APOSTLE Picked up by Netflix

Deadline is reporting that Apostle, the upcoming period revenge flick from The Raid's Gareth Evans has been acquired by streaming giant Netflix. The film is set to begin production this April and stars Dan Stevens, Michael Sheen, Lucy Boynton, Bill...

Crowdfund This: Indie Heroes Cult Epics Prepping Hardcover Guide To Cult Cinema

Cult Epics has long been one of our favorite home video distributors for their unwavering dedication to the darkest corners of upsetting and challenging cinema. From their releases of Radley Metzger's late '60s softcore masterpieces Score, The Lickerish Quartet, and...

Trailer for LIMERENCE, When the Honeymoon Ends

Back in 2013, I saw and reviewed Adam Ciancio's feature debut Vessel, a intimate and intense film about a young man with voices in his head that he can't control. It was one of most impressive debuts I'd seen in...

Single Take Thriller BROKEN MILE Picks up Canadian And U.S. Distribution

Broken Mile, a single take thriller from Toronto filmmaker Justin McConnell, has been picked up for distribution here at home in Canada and for our neighbours down below in America. Indiecan Entertainment acquired the Canadian rights while the American rights...

The TOP KNOT DETECTIVE Delivers A New Trailer! And A Pack Of Smokes!

It was back in 2015 that we first wrote about the Top Knot Detective. Also known by the more literal title of Deductive Reasoning Ronin, Top Knot Detective was a cult Japanese television series explored in a documentary TV series...

Blu-ray Review: John Waters' MULTIPLE MANIACS Is A Cavalcade Of Perverse Delights On Criterion Blu

John Waters is the undisputed king of trash cinema. An absolutely unique voice who has no equal even fifty years after he first cranked up his camera and trained his warped eye on the dregs of society. Never one to...

SALT AND FIRE: Check Out This Exclusive Clip From Werner Herzog's Thriller

Werner Herzog's eco-thriller Salt and Fire will be made available on VOD and iTunes on April 4th then released in U.S. cinemas on April 7th. XLrator Media is handling North American distribution of the film. ScreenAnarchy has an exclusive clip...

Review: ANGAMALY DIARIES, An Unexpected Assemblage Of Collateral Chaos (In a Good Way)

There is no doubt that Indian cinema treads a lot of familiar ground year after year. The romantic musicals, the gangster epics, the over the top action blockbusters, the broad comedies, they all have a place on the revolving slate...

THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI Red Band Trailer Is Immediate, Essential Viewing

Oh my! The first trailer for Martin McDonagh's Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is frankly hilarious, confrontational, and very very very much not safe for work, due to its high degree of profanities. Here's the official synopsis: Three Billboards Outside...

Adam Wingard's DEATH NOTE Gets a Trailer: Watch It Now

Nat Wolff stars in Adam Wingard's version of Death Note, which is heading to Netflix on August 25. The first, brief teaser has now been released, which you can dissect below....

Based Upon a Popular Indian Short Story, THE BLACK CAT Will Bewitch You

As ScreenAnarchy's readership is now well aware - thanks to the enthusiasm of our own associate editor, Josh Hurtado, the Indian film industry has been at a very interesting stage for the past decade, with its blooming and varied production....

Meet The Characters Of EMO THE MUSICAL In New Teasers

Still fresh from its international premiere in Berlin and edging up on its Australian theatrical release, a series of character teasers have arrived online for Neil Triffett's Emo The Musical. A major crowd pleaser when it played in both the...

Meet The KING OF PEKING In Trailer For Tribeca-Selected Charmer

It was back in 2010 that we first came across writer-director Sam Voutas in these pages. An Australian living in China, Sam was poised to release his debut feature at the time - a Mandarin language comedy about a man...

BURDEN Trailer: Controversial Performance Artist, Exposed in a Doc

Chris Burden inspired my first movie. My first scripted effort was a short 8mm film that you will never see -- I've never seen it! -- that was inspired by performance artist Chris Burden. I think I read a newspaper...

Shout! Factory Joins Untitled Kevin Shulman Horror Project

Shout! Factory has acquired the worldwide rights for Kevin Shulman's untitled horror project (working title Sara's Cell), according to Deadline. The project was being developed, produced and co-financed by Jeremy M. Rosen and Shulman for Roxwell Films. Shout! Factory now co-financing...

THE HERETICS World Premiere Teaser Goes For The Throat

Chad Archibald's latest horror flick The Heretics will have its world premiere at the Canadian Film Fest starting this Tuesday, March 21st and running through Saturday, March 25th. The Heretics is playing on Wednesday evening at 9:30 at the ScotiaBank...

Boston Underground 2017: The Shorts. The Lovely, Bloody, Weird, Scary, and Funny Shorts

Okay. Our apologies to the Boston Underground Film Festival (BUFF) for our tardiness in getting to this announcement about the lineup of awesome short films playing at their 19th annual festival. But if you think about it, sending out a...

Climate Change Doc THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES: Make Plans to Watch It Now

After debuting at Hot Docs in Toronto last year, Jared P. Scott's documentary The Age of Consequences enjoyed a theatrical run in January and now it's heading to home video. We have an exclusive link for advance purchase of the...

Hand Drawn SciFi Feature NOVA SEED Coming Soon! Check Out A Clip And Song From The Soundtrack!

We've been keeping an eye on hand drawn scifi film Nova Seed around these parts for quite some time now, the entire film being not just a throwback to a bygone (and fondly remembered) era but also a testament to...