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Helsinki Explodes in FLOWERS OF EVIL Trailer

While Finnish director Antti J. Jokinen has spent years working with high profile musicians like Beyoncé, Missy Elliot, Shania Twain, Korn and many others, he's also been working steadily under the radar as a feature film director. After his only...

Russian Superhero Team Lays Waste In Full GUARDIANS Trailer

Who wants to see a heavily armed were-bear battling mecha-tanks? the producers of Russian superhero film Guardians are hoping the answer is 'rather a lot of you' because that's exactly what they're delivering in their upcoming action spectacle. Clearly aiming...

Demon Or Serial Killer In First Trailer For EL GUARDIAN INVISIBLE?

A collision of cold facts and local superstition lies at the heart of El Guardian Invisible, Fernando Gonzalez Molina's adaptation of the hit crime novel from Dolores Redondo, as belief in old Basque legends cloud the details of a potential...

Germany's IMMIGRATION GAME Proposes A New Running Man For The Current Age

German actor and stunt performer Mathis Landwehr has been on the radar in these parts for years now, ranking - in our opinion, at least - as one of the world's most underrated screen fighters. And he takes a dual...

South African Western FIVE FINGERS FOR MARSEILLES Wraps Production, Release Another Trio Of Gorgeous Images

We've been keeping a close eye on Michael Matthews' upcoming South African western Five Fingers For Marseilles for some time now and with word that the film wrapped principal photography at the end of last week comes a further trio...

Exclusive Poster Debut: KLOWN FOREVER, Somebody Wants to Kiss Your Ass

We are delighted to share an exclusive poster for Klown Forever, featuring art by Johnny Ryan. Some -- OK, probably almost everybody -- might consider the poster to be NSFW (Not Safe For Work), which is why we've parked it...

Hey Australia! Like ATTACK ON TITAN? Win a Mega Movie Pack on DVD!

To celebrate the release of the Attack on Titan live-action movie collection and the three-part miniseries on DVD and Blu-ray in Australia, we are giving five lucky ScreenAnarchy readers the chance to win a DVD pack containing them all, thanks to...

DEATHNOTE: LIGHT UP THE NEW WORLD Coming Soon to Screens Down Under

Before we bear witness to Adam Wingard's (The Guest, You're Next) live-action remake version of the extremely popular long-form anime and manga series Death Note, Shinsuke Sato (the Gantz films) takes a shot with Light Up The New World. Please...

Nordic Genre Boost: More About Those Seven Films From This Year's Edition

This year's Nordic Genre Boost wrapped up in Haugesund, Norway during the Norwegian International Film Festival. When we reported on the selections back in February we reported that the Nordic Genre Boost exists to help a fledgling genre film scene...

Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival Announces Lineup For Inaugural Year

There is a new kid on the block in Philadelphia, an upstart film festival with a lineup of film oddities that will satisfy the appetite of most fantastic cinema fans. The Phliadelphia Unnamed Film Festival starts off its first year...

Hey UK! See The Mo Brothers' HEADSHOT First at Mayhem Film Festival

If you live in the UK and are wondering when your first chance to see the Mo Brothers' upcoming slugfest Headshot will be, start planning. Mayhem announced that they will be hosting the UK premiere of the highly anticipated Indonesian...

Australian Sci-fi Thriller RESTORATION Seals Deals with New Zealand's SKY and Virgin Australia

Australian sci-fi thriller Restoration is set in a near-future world where humans have their memories downloaded for backup, and one man awakes after a routine backup with his memories restored into a body that is not his own.    ...

CURVE signals the arrival of a new master of horror

Currently making the rounds at international festivals and gaining plaudits wherever it plays, is Tim Egan’s debut film CURVE. A short of Australian origin that is carried by strong word of mouth, the tightly edited nightmare is sure to leave...

MISS HOKUSAI: New Trailer for US Release of Production I.G.'s Latest

Set in 19th century Edo, Japan. Miss Hokusai blends the magical realism sensibility of Studio Ghibli with Ozu Yasujirô-like framing. Famed artist Tetsuzo, a.k.a. Hokusai Katsushika, and his grown daughter O-Ei form the basis of the tale, but it extends...

Film Movement Classics Set to Release Classics KAMIKAZE '89 And ONCE WERE WARRIORS on Blu-ray in September

Indie film distributors Film Movement are gearing up to release a pair of highly anticipated Blu-rays in their Film Movement Classics line this September. Film Movement first made a name for themselves as a monthly subscription service by which fans...

DOG EAT DOG: RLJ Entertainment Grabs North American Rights For Paul Schrader's Kindnapping Flick

Ahead of it's North American premiere here in Toronto next month RLJ Entertainment has acquired the North American rights for Paul Schrader's Dog Eat Dog starring Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe. As you will read in the press announcement excerpt...

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...

Fantastic Fest 2016: TERRY TEO Celebrates Fest Inclusion With a New Poster

The Second Wave for Fantastic Fest dropped this afternoon and already the members of ScreenAnarchy going to this year's festival are feverishly updating and prioritizing their wish lists for that week.    From the comfort I my own home I...

IRU MUGAN Trailer: Vikram Is a Dead Serious Friend and Delightfully Daft Foe

The monomymic Vikram is one of my favorite Indian actors. He has, over the course of 25 years, created an amazing body of work that is unlike anything else I can think of. He divides his time between mainstream masala...

Trailer For Japanese Sci-Fi Action Short MUGA SHOZOKU Looks Impressive

Fresh from its festival tour, Rashad Haughton's short film Muga Shozoku is getting ready to make its online debut, and we've got a very impressive looking trailer to share. Haughton may be familiar to ScreenAnarchy readers as the writer/director of 2012's...