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AFTER THE LETHARGY: Get A Taste Of Marc Carrete's Upcoming Chiller

Asmodexia director Marc Carrete returned to the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival this year with a little something new for audiences craving high end scares. Presented as part of the Pitchbox program, Carrete shared a proof of concept trailer for...

EL AVISO: Taut First Teaser Arrives For Spanish Thriller

Veteran director Daniel Calparsoro returns to screens soon with El Aviso, and based on the freshly released teaser we've got a taut, slick thriller to look forward to. Ten-year-old Nico receives a threatening letter and now his life is in...

New York 2017 Review: LET THE SUN SHINE IN, Claire Denis Goes Hong Sang-soo

I think Claire Denis has been hanging out with Hong Sang-soo a little too much because I never expected her to do a wordy romantic comedy! And the result is delightful! It boasts the best rolling end credit of any movie ever.

New York 2017 Review: THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE, Syrian Refugee Crisis, Aki Kaurismaki Style

Extremely silly and endlessly charming, The Other Side of Hope reminds us that the complicated world we are living in doesn't need to be complicated. Through the Kaurismakian glass, the world is filled with decent people and it remains a hopeful place as long as people help each other out.

YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE: De La Iglesia Stunt Supervisor Delivers Big Action Comedy In Directing Debut

Federico Cueva may be making his directorial debut with upcoming action comedy You Only Live Once (Solo Se Vive Una Vez) but he is no stranger to the industry. A highly in demand vfx and stunt coordinator for more than...

Action Thriller THE EVIL THAT MEN DO: Trailer and Poster Premiere

We are pleased to present the trailer and poster premiere for The Evil That Men Do, an action thriller that looks bruising. Fans of 1980s films should note that this Evil is not connected in any way to the film...

Razor Reel 2017: Flanders Film Festival Lineup Includes MAYHEM, LOWLIFE And HOUNDS OF LOVE

It warms the blood to know that all around the World that there is no shortage of genre fare heading in to the Halloween season. Across Europe the number of genre festivals is staggering as all peoples in all regions...

New York 2017 Review: In FELICITE, a Glimpse of a Modern Woman's Life in Kinshasa

Félicité is not another downbeat film about Africa steeped in miserablist tendencies. Gomis and company don't lose the sight of happiness in the daily lives of its ordinary citizens. There is much humanism and culture and joy to be had in Félicité and I am grateful for it.

MR. DENTONN: Is This Spanish Horror Short Film The Most Programmed And Awarded of All Time?

For the past three years Ivan Villamel's short film Mr. Dentonn has been touring the world playing at every conceivable film festival that it is entirely possible that since it has been on the road festivals have come and gone,...

HOSTILE Trailer: An Apocalyptic Creature Feature with Soul

Xavier Gens' Full Time Films has premiered the first trailer for Mathieu Turi's apocalyptic monster movie, Hostile. The film stars Brittany Ashworth (The Crucifixion) as Juliette, a self-sufficient survivor who gets stranded in the wasteland and must survive the night...

LE FIDELE (RACER AND THE JAILBIRD): Watch The Trailer For Mikael Roskam's Latest

Following the disappointing performance of The Drop, Bullhead director Mikael Roskam returns to his native Belgium for Le Fidele - titled internationally as Racer And The Jailbird - and awkward international title aside, this looks very much to be...

DARK Teaser Is Certainly Dark and Certainly German

Did anyone else avoid seeing Jamie Foxx in Sleepless because it looked like a standard-issue Hollywood remake of a terrific French original (Nuit blanche, aka Sleepless Night)? The remake hit U.S. theaters in January and then quietly disappeared, but director...

PANDORA Trailer Entices with Slick Visuals Amid Post-Apocalyptic Mood

German filmmaker Daniel Rübesam is one to keep an eye on. Those who have a finger on the pulse of the international genre film festival circuit may know him as the writer-director of When Demons Die, a graduation film that...

DHOGS: Exclusive Trailer Premiere For Sitges Selected Horror

Spanish director Andres Goteira will soon premiere his feature film Dhogs in competition at the prestigious Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival and we are happy to offer up your first look at the trailer here at Screen Anarchy. The intimacy...

JESUS SHOWS YOU THE WAY TO THE HIGHWAY: Marvel At The Latest Madness From The Director Of CRUMBS!

We prize the unusual and unique above almost all else around these parts so it carries a certain kind of weight when I say that there is no director in the world today quite like Miguel Llanso. But I say...

MOLLY: The Apocalyptic Indie Actioner Gets An International Trailer

Back in April, the Imagine Film Festival in Amsterdam hosted the world premiere of Molly, a post-apocalyptic action thriller by Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese. Cast and crew were present, and a lot of fun was had by all, as...

MISSIONS: Watch This Exclusive Clip For French Sci-fi Series Coming to Shudder

Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium thriller, suspense and horror streaming service, will launch the first season of Missions, France’s critically praised OCS Signature sci-fi series, on September 28, 2017 across its territories. Shudder will also co-produce the second season, slated to...

THE WICKED GIFT: Watch The Trailer For This Upcoming Italian Horror Flick

Roberto D’Antona's horror flick The Wicked Gift will arrive in cinemas in it's native Italy on December 6th. A trailer was released recently which you may watch below.  Ethan is a young designer, shy and quiet who has suffered of...

Crowdfund This: The Documentary XANGADIX LIVES!

This may come as a surprise to people, but not all fair-budget Dutch horror films have been directed by Dick Maas. In 1992, we got treated to The Johnsons by Rudolf van den Berg, and rest assured it was NOT...

Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: GENERATION B, Start the Revolution Without Me

Everyone dances while the world goes to hell. Although it doesn't spring forth as an immediately binge-worthy series, Generation B very quickly develops into a worthy, perhaps essential experience. Laced with absurdist comedy and cogent social commentary, it's also quite...