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BFF GIRLS Teaser: Fighting the Tampon Monster!

When I heard that two rising stars of genre filmmaking, Jill Gevargizian (Call Girl, The Stylist) and Brian Lonano (Crow Hand!!!, Gwilliam) were teaming up to make a new short, I knew it was going to be special. And judging...

Tiger Shroff Dance-Fights For Love In BAAGHI 2 Trailer

I hate Tiger Shroff. Most readers won't really understand what that means, but when you've seen as many shitty Bollywood films as I have, you begin to resent the ones that don't even try to do anything new and the...

Now on Blu-ray: A Trio Of AGFAntastic Releases From The American Genre Film Archive

Over the last nine years, the American Genre Film Archive has taken on the mammoth task of saving the thousands of film prints spread out around the world from certain death by creating a centralized repository for their preservation. Over...

Berlinale 2018: Exclusive! Check Out The First Teaser For GARBAGE, The Shocking New Film By Q

Screen Anarchy is proud to bring you the exclusive first teaser for Garbage, the newest film from Indian provocateur, Q. Garbage has its world premiere tomorrow at the Berlin Film Festival as a part of their Panorama section, it is...

Breakthroughs Film Festival: Festival For Female Short Filmmakers Now Open For Submissions

The Breakthroughs Film Festival is now open for submissions. Breakthroughs is the only film festival here in Canada to focus on only short films from female directors. You will find all the information you need to submit your short film...

Hey Denver! Catch Shaw Bros Classic CRIPPLED AVENGERS on 35mm This April!

Fans of martial arts classics residing in the state of Colorado are in for a treat this Spring, as Chang Cheh's Crippled Avengers (aka Return of the Five Deadly Venoms) will be screening in glorious 35mm on 3 April, as...

LUBA: Watch These Clips From Family Drama by HANNIBAL's Vladimir Jon Cubrt

Canadian actor Vladimir Jon Cubrt will be making his writing and producing debut with his new film Luba. His new film will have its world premiere at the Cinequest Film and VR Festival this coming weekend.    A familiar face...

Now on Blu-ray: Miike's BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL Shreds in HD

Miike Takashi turns 100(ish) with his latest full length feature, the adaptation of hugely popular manga Blade of the Immortal. The film stars Kimura Takuya as Manji, a swordsman cursed with immortality whose only way out of his hell of...

What The Film Festival 2018: Fourth Year of Eccentric Cinema Coming This March

It bears repeating. Here in Toronto we are blessed with an embarrassing abundance of cinematic experiences. Beyond the multiplexes hemorrhaging with the latest, popular fare, small strongholds like The Royal Cinema act as safe harbors and shelters for cinematic oddities...

CRUEL SUMMER: Watch The Trailer For UK Thriller Horror, Coming Soon on VOD

Based on a horrifying true crime, the UK horror flick Cruel Summer premieres on VOD 2/27 from Wild Eye Releasing. Screen Anarchy has your first look at a new trailer and poster for the flick.   From filmmakers Phillip Escott...

Berlinale 2018: Watch The Teaser For Brazilian LGBTQ Drama HARD PAINT (TINTA BRUTA)

Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon’s LGBTQ drama Hard Paint (Tinta Bruta) from Brazil will have its world premiere in the Panorama programme in Berlin Sunday night, February 18th. Screen Anarchy is pleased to debut the new teaser for the film...

Review: AWE Is A Bold, Kaleidoscopic Experiment That Entertains And Invigorates

For decades there has been little more to Telugu regional cinema than broad masala films. The idea of the masala film has deep roots in India, but most of the larger film industries in the country have taken great pains...

Attention Genre Filmmakers: New Scriptwriting Residency in Bruges

Hey there aspiring genre filmmakers! Do you have a feature-length script of the fantasy/horror variety? And does it feature a lead character from a less represented group (ie. female, LGBTQ+, from a minority background, or persons living with a disability)? Then indie...

First Still and Synopsis for Claire Denis' HIGH LIFE

A new film by French auteur Claire Denis (Beau Travail, 35 Shots of Rum, White Material) is always cause for great anticipation. But perhaps even more with her latest film, High Life. While she has ventured into fantastic genre material...

Criterion in May 2018: MIDNIGHT COWBOY, MOONRISE, MISHIMA and More

In the immortal words of Harry Nilsson, "everybody's talkin'" about Midnight Cowboy, the first X-rated movie to win an Academy Award. In fact, the film won three Oscars -- Best Picture, Best Director (John Schlesinger), and best adapted script (Waldo...

Trailer: PARI, An Upcoming Bollywood Horror led by Anushka Sharma

Bollywood star Anushka Sharma has long been a favorite of mine, and she only grew in my esteem when she turned to producing back in 2015 with her company Clean Slate Films' gritty thriller, NH10. That film was an Indian...

THE HOUSEMAID Exclusive Clip: Do Ghosts Exist?

In Derek Nguyen's atmospheric -- and increasingly unsettling -- drama The Housemaid, a young woman is drawn into a world in which ghosts may exist.  Our exclusive clip sets that up. Nhung Kate has begun working at a rubber plantation...

Watch HOLY F__K: A (S)exorcist Tryst for Valentine's Day!

“Dominate me with that God power!”, the demon implored the priest. If that sounds somewhat kinky and right up your alley, you’re in luck! After a successful festival run and nine awards, Chris Chalklen’s exorcist romp is available online (and...

French Fantastic: Introducing Les Films de La Mouche

In addition to being an excellent yardstick for measuring talent, shorts can jumpstart film careers if the stars align just right. Much rarer and, in some ways, more intriguing than the solitary artist lighting up the festival circuit with one...

FIVE FINGERS FOR MARSEILLES: Watch The Full Theatrical Trailer For The South African Western

We've written quite a lot about the Michael Matthews directed South African western Five Fingers For Marseilles in these pages as the film went on a wide spread and successful international festival run. And with the picture now gearing up...