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A CURE FOR WELLNESS Kicks Off The Horror Channel Frightfest Glasgow!

Heads up, horror fans in striking distance of Scotland! The complete lineup for the 12th edition of the Glasgow edition of the Horror Channel FrightFest has been announced! And with a special screening of Gore Verbinski's A Cure For Wellness...

A Superhero Staffs-Up in CAPES, a Comedy Short

Australian writer/director Lucas Testro is back with an all new humour-filled short film called Capes. Last time he caught our attention he was taking on time-travel in I'm You, Dickhead, and this time he sets his eye on lampooning the...

Watch Game Of Thrones' Maisie Williams In SciFi Thriller iBOY Trailer

Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams stars opposite Son Of Rambow's Bill Milner in young adult scifi thriller iBoy and while the premise of the feature film adaptation of Kevin Brooks' acclaimed novel - in which a working class teen...

THE BOOK OF BIRDIE: Check Out The First Stills And Poster For The Dark Fantasy

UK writer-director Elizabeth E. Schuch makes her feature debut with The Book Of Birdie, a dark trip into the mind of a fragile girl. When, Birdie, fragile teenager with an overactive imagination is placed in an isolated Midwestern convent on...

A DARK SONG: Watch The UK Trailer For Liam Gavin's Acclaimed Debut

Writer-director Liam Gavin made quite an impression on the festival circuit in 2016 with his debut feature A Dark Song and with the UK theatrical release now approaching the UK trailer for the film has arrived over on that side...

PREVENGE Trailer: Baby Knows Best Who To Kill

One of my favourites films on the festival circuit this year, Prevenge, Alice Lowe's 'dark-doesn't-even'begin-to-do-it-justice' dark comedy about a pregnant woman taking revenge on a series of people, opens in the UK in February, and the first full trailer has...

RAW, THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE and More Win at Monster Fest 2016

Monster Fest, one of Australia's best genre fests, wrapped up this past weekend and with it some awards love to some of the many great films to grace our genre-loving screens this year. Raw, Julia Ducournau's debut feature and a...

Watch Hilarious Aussie Web Series BRUCE

Love, frankly, is a pain in the ass. And it's even more a pain in the ass when the pursuit of it traps you in a life within a brutally violent prison camp. Welcome to the world of Bruce, a...

Ken Russell's LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM, Bob Balaban's PARENTS Coming Home In January From Vestron Video

Lionsgate's superb Vestron Video Collector's Series continues the upcoming January 2017 with classics from Ken Russell and Bob Balaban. We've previously reviewed their introductory titles, Blood Diner and Chopping Mall, and if those releases are anything like these new ones,...

COVER GIRL and A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS to Join the Masters of Cinema in February

Eureka! Entertainment has announced that Charles Vidor's Cover Girl, starring Rita Hayworth and Gene Kelly, together with Fred Zinnerman's Oscar-winning A Man for all Seasons, will be joining the Masters of Cinema series in February. The British home video label also announced...

THE DEFECTOR: Check The First Stills From The Australian Thriller

The week before Christmas of 1967, Harold Holt - the Prime Minister of Australia - disappeared. The governing head of state of the nation was simply gone. He has never been heard from again. No body has ever been found....

Choose Life Again, it's the T2: TRAINSPOTTING Trailer

20 years on from one of the most iconic British films of all time, director Danny Boyle has reunited Renton, Spud, Sick Boy and Begbie for a long overdue comeback tour - and the first full trailer for T2: Trainspotting...

BFI Brings Early Scorsese, THE CRYING GAME, Lino Brocka and More to Blu-ray

On Friday the British Film Institute unveiled their upcoming Blu-ray and DVD release slate, and it promises to be a wealth of riches, including the early Scorsese classics Who's That Knocking at my Door? and Oscar winner Alice Doesn't Live...

Eureka Unveils FROM CALIGARI TO HITLER, CREEPY, VARIETÉ and More for January

One of our favourite distributors, Eureka! Entertainment, has announced its January slate of home releases, and as usual it boasts an eclectic and enticing range of diverse titles from around the world. Five new titles were announced, three of which...

Watch the Stunning New Trailer for Osamu Tezuka's METROPOLIS, Coming to UK Blu-ray in 2017

Inspired by Fritz Lang's seminal 1927 masterpiece, adapted by Akira director Katsuhiro Otomo from the manga by Astro Boy creator Osamu Tezuka, and directed by Rentaro (Galaxy Express 999), Metropolis is hailed as one of the most beautiful Japanese animes...

SHAUN THE SHEEP: Sequel Announced For The Popular Animated Film

Aardman Animations and StudioCanal announced a sequel to the 2015 animated family film Shaun the Sheep yesterday. As we said previously there are a number of Aardman Animations fans here in the ScreenAnarchy family so any news is good news....

Hey Australia! Win AGATHA RAISIN Series One on DVD!

To celebrate the Australian release of Agatha Raisin Series One on home video, RLJ Entertainment is giving local readers the chance to win one of EIGHT sets of the series on DVD!   Here’s a description of the series:  ...

Morbido Fest 2016: This Year's Amazing Poster And Full Lineup

Morbido is less than a couple weeks away. The festival unveiled their full lineup of feature films and short films today in Mexico City.   As you peruse the list below you can see that Morbido offers a truly international...

Tom Hiddleston Joins Aardman's EARLY MAN

THR reported this morning that Tom Hiddleston is joining the cast of Aardman Animation's next film Early Man. He joins the previously announced Eddie Redmayne to be the villain of this story.    Set in the prehistoric era at the...

Kôji Fukada's HARMONIUM Coming to UK Cinemas - Watch the Trailer

Eureka Entertainment has announced plans to release Kôji Fukada’s Harmonium in UK cinemas on 5 May 2017, following a string of festival engagements beginning with its UK premiere at the first London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) on 24 October...