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FrightFest 2016: New Films, Events and More!

Horror Channel FrightFest 2016 is a little over a month away and excitement is rising as news of events, guests, movies and more continues to emerge. First up in the latest batch of event announcements is a fantastic lineup of...

THE FURY OF A PATIENT MAN Delivers A 70's Style Revenge Trailer

Spanish cinema has been enjoying a wave of 70's influenced, character driven crime pictures in recent days and it would appear that Raúl Arévalo's upcoming effort The Fury Of A Patient Man falls very much into that category. And does...

KLOWN Duo Reunite For 80's Set Comedy

Having paraded all the worst male impulses across the screen over the span of Klown's six season run of hit television and pair of feature films, starring and writing duo Frank Hvam and Casper Christensen are getting back together. No,...

Ulrich Seidl's SAFARI Teaser Arrives

One of the greatest documentary filmmakers on the planet, Austria's Ulrich Seidl has built a loyal following around the world thanks to his ability to approach frequently difficult - and often very odd - subject matter with a curious, non-judgemental...

Faith, Sex And Death In The Trailer For Mariusz Gawryś' Polish Thriller SERVANT OF GOD

Poland has been the source of a surprising number of slickly produced, commercially minded crime thrillers in recent years and that string looks to continue with the imminent arrival of Mariusz Gawryś' Servant Of God (Sługi boże). Just the second...

Criterion in October 2016: A Feast of Guillermo del Toro, Euro Classics, BOYHOOD and SHORT CUTS

Debuting ten years ago, Pan's Labyrinth remains a gorgeous, haunting masterpiece, the best film Guillermo del Toro has directed so far. In October, it will be added to the Criterion Collection with a newly graded 2K digital master and new...

Now On Blu-ray: THE GIRL WHO LEAPT THROUGH TIME, JUST DESSERTS, GREEN ROOM, And THE WAVE

Time to catch up on a diverse quartet of recent Blu-ray releases that are definitely worth your time. This time around we take a look at Mamoru Hosoda's The Girl Who Leapt Through Time in a deluxe Blu-ray edition from...

First RAW Clips Give Us Something to Chew On

One of the standout films at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival was Julia Ducaurnau's French campus, coming of age cannibal flick, Raw.  The assured and unflinching debut had viewers scrambling for the exits  to go off and write good things about...

Crowdfund This: Help ATOMIC ED Defeat Evil!

From what little I can glean from the announcement video on the Atomic Ed crowdfunding page, director Nicolas Hugon sees his main character as a modern MacGyver, and an outsider who is forced to step up when his small town is ravaged...

Third Trailer For Russia's DUELIST Delivers Slick, High Octane Action

Russian director Alex Mizgiryov first caught our attention back in December of last year with the first teaser for his gorgeous, period set action film Duelist (Дуэлянт) and anticipation has done nothing but grow since. A second teaser provided a...

PROJECT LAZARUS, THE WAILING, THE NEON DEMON Among First Wave of Sitges 2016

For several years now, I've been planning my autumn around Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, my favourite genre fest in one of my favourite places. And as the first wave of film and awards is announced, we can...

Edinburgh 2016: Eddie Izzard and Gregor Fisher Talk WHISKY GALORE

Edinburgh International Film Festival saw out its historic 70th edition last week with a Closing Screening of homegrown comedy, Whisky Galore. Directed by Gillies MacKinnon, the film is a remake of the Alexander Mackendrick Ealing comedy classic of the same...

Get Behind The Scenes Of Carpenter Brut's Amazing TURBO KILLER Music Video

It was back at the end of February that we posted the amazing trailer for French electronic act Carpenter Brut's latest single Turbo Killer from the super talented directorial duo Seth Ickerman. If you've not seen that video yet you...

Edinburgh 2016: Taika Waititi's HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE Wins On Final Day Of Festival

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016 wrapped up over the weekend with a screening of its Closing Film and the announcement of the event’s final prize: the Audience Award. Fittingly Gillies MacKinnon’s warm-hearted and whiskey-soaked remake of Alexander Mackendrick’s Ealing Comedy...

Watch New Radiohead Video Vignettes By Yorgos Lanthimos and Richard Ayoade

Such a direct headline is probably all you'll need to click play. Radiohead's collaboration with Yorgos Lanthimos, the director of The Lobster, and Denis Lavant, Leos Carax's on-screen alter ego, is today's entry in what the band is calling a...

Kashyap, Anvari And Ezban Headline Neuchatel Guest List!

The upcoming Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival have announced the guest list for their upcoming addition and there are some intriguing names in the mix, including Indian indie crime auteur Anurag Kashyap (Psycho Raman), this year's sundance darling Babak Anvari...

Portishead Freely Releases Their Abba SOS Cover From HIGH RISE

Say what you want about Ben Wheatley's divisive film High Rise, but having Portishead's cover of the Abba song S.O.S. on its soundtrack was a stroke of brilliance. The first song Portishead has recorded in over seven years, its inclusion...

Review: LES COWBOYS Wrestles With Complex Issues and Ideas

Thomas Bidegain's film, Les Cowboys, begins in a strange key, with a nuclear French family spending the day at an American Western-themed rodeo (not that there's any other real kind). It's clearly no casual affair for them, but a practiced...

Get Swept Away by The Beauty And Emotion of The Trailer For Tran Anh Hung's ETERNITY

Pause for a moment and take in the overwhelmingly beautiful and emotionally charged trailer for Tran Anh Hung's French language period drama Eternity. Mercy.    At the end of the 19th century, Valentine, aged 20, married Jules.   Towards the...

Crowdfund This: FLOW, An Action-Comedy Short That Looks Like Dynamite

Our editorial and writing team at ScreenAnarchy includes several filmmakers, such as the multi-talented Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg. She serves here as critic and Associate Editor, but right now her focus is on her second short film. Her first short, Measure,...