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Watch Now: MOPED KNIGHTS revs up 80s Nostalgia

Described as The Warriors meets The Wraith in the press release (I'd argue there's some Psychomania in here as well), Moped Knights is a fun little slice of 80’s-inspired horror. The short film features a resurrected gang of moped riders out for blood. Directed...

Exclusive Clip: GAME OF ACES, Rescue With a Disastrous Start

Chris Klein can't catch a break in our exclusive clip from Game of Aces. He portrays Captain Jackson Cove, an American pilot flying for the British allied forces. He's sent on a mission to rescue a German double agent who...

SIREN: It's a Rippin Good Time in This First Clip

Gregg Bishop's Siren will be in U.S. cinemas on December 2nd. Then it will show up on VOD, Digital HD and DVD December 6th. Siren is a horror-thriller about Jonah, an apprehensive groom-to-be whose bachelor party turns into a nightmare when...

Germany's IMMIGRATION GAME Proposes A New Running Man For The Current Age

German actor and stunt performer Mathis Landwehr has been on the radar in these parts for years now, ranking - in our opinion, at least - as one of the world's most underrated screen fighters. And he takes a dual...

Review: DON'T BREATHE Speeds Through Tight Turns With Wild Abandon

A muscular thriller, Don't Breathe manhandles a vaguely familiar premise into a fresh, frenzied experience. Directed by Fede Alvarez (2013's Evil Dead), the setup is brisk. Three Detroit teenagers (Jane Levy, Dylan Minette, Daniel Zovatto) have made an art out...

Trailer For Japanese Sci-Fi Action Short MUGA SHOZOKU Looks Impressive

Fresh from its festival tour, Rashad Haughton's short film Muga Shozoku is getting ready to make its online debut, and we've got a very impressive looking trailer to share. Haughton may be familiar to ScreenAnarchy readers as the writer/director of 2012's...

Review: I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER Morphs From Teen Fiction to Murder Mystery to Cagey Thriller

"There is a savage beast in every man," wrote George R.R. Martin in A Storm of Swords, and American teenager John Wayne Cleaver has taken those words to heart. John (Max Records) lives in a small, cold town in the...

JACK GOES HOME: See The New One Sheet Then Watch The Trailer

A new trailer and a one sheet for Thomas Dekker's sophomore effort Jack Goes Home dropped recently. We have both here to share with you.    Jack Goes Home had its World Premiere at SXSW last Spring and was promptly picked...

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA Trailer Rides Wave of Critical Praise

Emerging out of Sundance early this year as a critical favorite, Manchester by the Sea follows Casey Affleck, who finds himself the unexpected guardian of his teenage nephew. The first trailer leans heavily on the critical praise, which makes it...

Review: KATE PLAYS CHRISTINE, A Fascinating, RASHOMON-Style Meta Investigation

Christine Chubbuck, a news reporter in Sarasota, Florida, killed herself in an apparent suicide on live television in 1974. Because it took It place way before the internet age, and the only existing original videotape of the actual incident is...

Virtual Reality Awaits at Horrible Imaginings Film Festival

Whenever I think of virtual reality, I wrinkle my nose a bit and think of the early 2000s and that one cheesy Aerosmith video. However, with so many film festivals now offering VR components in their programming, I'm convinced that...

Watch This Exclusive Clip From LEVEL UP, in US Cinemas This Friday

Adam Randal's debut feature film Level Up opens in US cinemas this coming Friday, August 26, from FilmBuff. We have been given an exclusive clip to share with you today.   Thrillers centered around the world of video games as...

Review: EINSTEIN'S GOD MODEL Burns with Science

Einstein's God Model is a small movie made of big ideas with an unfortunate title. Its preoccupation with science is its driving force, played out as an old school science fiction yarn, about men tampering in God's domain. Life beyond...

Review: MORRIS FROM AMERICA, Black Bodies in White Hands

Let me set a scene for you. A few years back at a party for filmmakers, one white filmmaker who has written and directed a critically acclaimed film with black leads says to another who has done the same: "I...

Crowdfund This: GUAP, A Delicious, In The Heights Gentrification Comedy

Full Disclosure: I know Chris Myers but I don't KNOW Chris Myers. A few months back we met sitting across from each other at a play by Jackie Sibblies Drury, a difficult but phenomal playwright who had made a piece...

Review: Werner Herzog's LO AND BEHOLD, REVERIES OF THE CONNECTED WORLD, A Wry, Meditative Masterpiece About the Internet

A weak internet signal at my job caused massive delays in our daily operation the last couple of days, making us bang our heads against the table in sheer panic mode. This is where the internet got us: We are...

Exclusive Clip: INDIGO CHILDREN, Speaking Truth, Quietly

A young woman speaks truth out of her heart to a young man as they sit in a sun-dappled forest. That's it; no yelling, no bombs exploding, no aliens on the scene. Our exclusive clip from Indigo Children feels very...

AMERICAN HONEY Gets a New Boss-filled Trailer

One of our favorite films at this year's Cannes fest was Andrea Arnold's Americana-soaked celebration of youth, American Honey. Ahead of its September 30 stateside release, A24 has released a new teaser for the film that features Bruce Springsteen (alongside...

Kickstart This: ON HALLOWEEN, Short and Scary From Quentin Lee

Quentin Lee began his filmmaking career more than 20 years ago and it's still impossible to pigeonhole him. He's tackled a winning variety of human-sized stories in a variety of settings and an intriguing mix of genres, from the emotional...

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival to Screen TAG, THE GREASY STRANGLER, a Slew of Shorts & More!

San Diego's premiere celebration of all things spooky in film, the annual Horrible Imaginings Film Festival, has unveiled their horror and suspense programming, I'm excited. HIFF will show films such as Sion Sono's Tag, SpectreVision's The Greasy Strangler, and LA Film Festival winner Beyond...