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Rio Rolls Out Three Massive Midnight Programs

The Rio International Festival - one of the marquee film events in all of South America - has rolled out their midnight programs and, once again, there is lots there to love. And, yes, I did say programs, plural, as...

AMARÉ: A Brazilian Sci-fi Musical From Producer of THE FOSTERING

Here is an upcoming film coming out of Brazil with a compelling premise. Amaré, Spanish for 'I Love You' (putting that in my pocket for my trip South in November), is a new sci-fi/musical hybrid coming in the early part...

Morbido Fest 2016: The Invasion of Mexico City

Looks like the Morbido family is sticking close to home this year as the ninth edition of one of the most important Latin American genre film festivals is staying in Mexico City this year. While we have loved going to...

Toronto 2016: Exclusive Clip From Doc BEAUTIES OF THE NIGHT

As the Toronto International Film Festival nears we who live here, at ground zero, are bracing ourselves for the din of stardom and fandom in our city's streets.  ScreenAnarchy will be on task to provide you coverage leading up to...

FRANCESCA: Three Disc Edition From Unearthed Films in September

A heads up for all you Giallo film fans out there that the Argentinian giallo flick Francesca from Luciano and Nicolás Onetti will be coming out on DVD and Blu-ray on September 27th courtesy of Unearthed Films.    It’s been 15 years...

Watch New Creepy Trailer for Jorge Olguin's WHISPERS OF THE FOREST

Nearly three years ago, we published a creepy trailer for Jorge Olguin's Whispers of the Forest (Gritas del Bosque) and now the 3D horror movie is finally heading for theatrical release in its native Chile. A new trailer is just...

The Apocalypse Arrives In Trailer For Gorgeous Brazilian SciFi Short LUNATIQUE

Though we didn't know his name we've been admiring the work of Gabriel Kalim Mucci in these parts for years. Mucci first crossed our desk as the cinematographer on Carlos Ganaian's fabulous short film Akai and he moves now into...

Exclusive Clip: A MONSTER WITH A THOUSAND HEADS, "This Will Get Worse"

A cry of pain stabs through the night. It awakens Sonia (Jana Raluy), who is quickly stirred into action. It motivates her actions throughout A Monster With a Thousand Heads, directed by Rodrigo Plá, an angry commentary on the state...

After KRYPTONITA Get Ready For NAFTA SUPER

It was back in October of 2015 that we first reported on Nicanor Loreti's adaptation of Leo Oyola's novel Kryptonita. A delirious inversion and translocation of super hero tropes into the slums of Buenos Aires where the truly heroic are...

BELZEBUTH Is Coming

While there's always been a certain darkness to the films of Mexico's Emilio Portes - winner of a fistful of Mexican academy awards for his Alex de la Iglesia styled action horror comedy Pastorela - that darkness has always been...

Frontières@Fantasia Celebrates Massive Eighth Edition

On Monday morning in Montreal you would not have guessed that a few hundred industry professionals (and some guy with a pen and a notepad) had their way with the city that weekend. But by Monday evening it was even...

BLONDIE (A Loira do Banheiro): Watch This Short Film From The Makers of THE FOSTERING

There I was last night chatting with Dante Vescio, one half of the duo from the Brazilian horror flick The Fostering, and he tells me that they made a short, Blondie, that won the horror section of the online competition My...

THE FOSTERING: Watch The New Trailer For The Brazilian Folk Horror Flick

The Fostering, Brazil's version of the cabin in the woods horor films, takes to the road in its native land next month and a new trailer has been released. Take a look for yourselves below.    Three friends - Jorge,...

Frontières@Fantasia 2016: Works In Progress - THE CHAMBER, THE DEVIL ON WHEELS, INNER GHOSTS, RADIUS And THE VOID

The Works in Progress session is a strange beast. Think of it like Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Like the porridge was too hot, too cold and just right, so is the kind of snippets of projects that you get...

PUEBLO VIEJO: See the Peruvian Wild West in New Trailer

Pueblo Viejo (Old Town) is a first for Peruvian cinema: a full-fledged Western that substitutes dusty, tumbleweed-strewn streets and rowdy saloons for a remote town in the Andes. Directed by first-time filmmaker Hans Matos Cámac and shot on location in...

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...

DOWNHILL: This New Trailer Grinds Out Twenty-One Gears of Crazy

Patricio Valladares' horror flick Downhill is fresh off of its world premiere at the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival and is now gearing up for the next stop on its tour at FrightFest in late August. Valladares recently dropped a...

RATAS DEL BORDO (BORDER RATS): Check Out The Poster For Aaron Soto's Cult Feature

A familiar name around these parts, Mexican director Aaron Soto rose to public attention through his work with Rue Morgue Magazine, has contributed to these pages a few times over the years, and turned in one segment of the very...

MALIGNO: Visit a Haunted Hospital in First Trailer

Production company AV Films has quickly become a specialist in genre films being made in Peru. They were responsible for ushering in a new wave of local horror films with the found footage fright flick Cementerio General, also the first...

THE ROTTEN LINK (EL ESLABON PODRIDO): Watch The Final Trailer For Valentin Javier Diment's Latest Oddity

Argentina's Valentin Javier Diment ranks as one of Latin America's finest purveyors of cinematic oddity. His Memory Of The Dead played like a garishly colored, deliriously over the top blend of Sam Raimi and Dario Argento and while the palette...