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Watch NASA Short Film Entry CHILDREN OF THE COSMOS From O DIABO MORA AQUI Group

Dante Vescio and Rodrigo Gasparini, the directing duo behind Brazilian horror flick O Diabo Mora Aqui and other short films, took a time out from horror to direct a short science fiction film and enter it into NASA's CineSpace short...

NO DORMIRAS (YOU SHALL NOT SLEEP): Exclusive First Look at The Second Teaser

Starting today, when horror fans in Latin America continue to flock to cinemas to see It they will also see the second teaser for Gustavo Hernandez's upcoming horror flick No Dormiras (You Shall Not Sleep). Screen Anarchy has been given...

Morbido 2017: Debuting The Enticingly Hellish Poster For This Year's Festival

The Morbido familia have just unveiled their poster for this year's festival. As usual, it is a doozy, conveying a sense of impending death and destruction as the gates of hell open up to reveal, a devil priestess. And what...

NO DORMIRAS (YOU SHALL NOT SLEEP): Who is Upstairs in New Teaser Poster For Gustavo Hernandez's New Horror Flick?

Banging out promotional material as fast as the artist's can make it, the production crew behind Gustavo Hernandez's new horror flick No Dormiras (You Shall Not Sleep) wants to ensure you do not forget about it. They have released another...

Sitges 2017: WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND, Poster Revealed Ahead of World Premiere at Fest

Luciano and Nicolás Onetti's new film What the Waters Left Behind will have its world premiere at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain in October. To celebrate the announcement the brothers have released the official poster for the film. We...

L'Etrange Festival 2017 full line-up is here, delivers its share of unexpected

A few days after teasing the very first titles, the full line-up for this year's Etrange Festival, which will take place in Paris from from the 6th to the 17th of september is here, and the least that can be...

Fantasia 2017 Awards: Agnieszka Holland's SPOOR Takes Top Prize

It all came to an end last night in Montreal as the Fantasia International Film Festival came to a close with the closing film A Taxi Driver. After three long weeks the festival has wrapped up and notions like a...

Guanajuato 2017 Dispatch: Film Awards Go To SEXY DURGA, LOS AÑOS AZULES, And More

Probably the coolest moment of the Guanajuato International Film Festival closing ceremony was when a bunch of Indian guys appeared on screen, visibly delighted as their film, Sexy Durga - "a chilling and bold accomplishment in the evolution of the...

Fantasia 2017: Stunning FRIENDLY BEAST Exclusive Poster and First-Look Stills

Ahead of its world premiere at Fantasia on July 25, we have the exclusive first-look poster for Brazilian thriller Friendly Beast (O Animal Cordial), as well as several exclusive stills, which you can feast your eyes on below. Here's how...

Watch LA HORA FINAL Trailer: The Hunt Is On

Eduardo Mendoza turned a lot of heads with 2013’s The Gospel of The Flesh. Previously only known for 2005's teen comedy Mañana Te Cuento  -- which fell into the typical comedy trap of switching out legitimately funny juvenile antics for...

First SOUNDTRACK Trailer Heads to the Arctic for Eco-Drama

The first trailer for Soundtrack sets up a very cold premise, starting with its setting: the Arctic. Its very strong, serious, dramatic tone suggests that something more is going on under the surface. The official synopsis provides more details: The...

Fantaspoa 2017: Award Winning Films Announced

Our good friends at Fantaspoa have shared with us the list of award winning films of its 13th edition, which was celebrated in Porto Alegre, Brazil from May 19 to June 4, 2017. Here’s the full press release. Fantaspoa 2017...

MORTO NAO FALA: Check The First Image From Dennison Ramalho's Debut Feature!

For those on with an ear to the ground of the international genre film circuit, Brazilian director Dennison Ramalho has been a bit of a touch point name for years now. The director of acclaimed shorts Love From Mother Only...

WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND: A Harrowing Trailer Emerges From The Depths of a Dead Argentinian Tourist Trap

We eagerly await What the Waters Left Behind, the new horror film from Luciano and Nicolas Onetti, directors of giallo flicks Sonno Profondo and Francesca. As it makes its way through post-production, they took it to Cannes and presented the...

Brazilian Political Thrills in REAL - O PLANO POR TRÁS DA HISTÓRIA Trailer

Heading to Brazilian theaters on May 25, Real - O Plano Por Trás da História has revealed its first trailer, which presents it as a snappy political thriller.  Based on Guilherme Fiúza's book 3000 Dias no Bunker, it's set in 1993,...

Oak Cliff Film Festival 2017 Unveils Its Adventurous Lineup Of Stellar Cinema

In a relatively short six years of existence, Dallas' Oak Cliff Film Festival has put itself on the map as one of the most adventurous and carefully curated events in the Southwest. Based in the historic southern Oak Cliff neighrborhood...

BLACK SNOW (NIEVE NEGRA) Trailer: Brother vs. Brother in the Snow

Released in its native Argentina this past January, Black Snow (Nieve Negra) has been steadily opening in other South American territories over the past few months and will open in Brazil on June 8. That's occasioned a new trailer with...

ScreenAnarchy Exclusive: The International Premiere of the MEXICO BARBARO 2 Trailer

No matter what I say about Mexican filmmaker Lex Ortega (Atroz, Mexico Barbaro and T is for Tamalez) the guy keeps coming back for more and granting us first looks at his latest projects.    So. Here we have the...

First Look At Nicanor Loreti's 27!

We've been keeping an eye on Arentinean director Nicanor Loreti for some time and following on the huge local success of his superhero satire Kryptonita he is now in production on his next feature, 27 El Club De Los Malditos....

MEXICO BARBARO Helmer Edgar Nito In Production On Crime Drama GUACHICOLERO

For viewers of recent horror anthology project Mexico Barbaro, director Edgar Nito needs little introduction. Surrounded by more experienced directors and bigger names Nito's segment was, nonetheless, a clear standout in the acclaimed anthology, a true gem of a piece...