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Stephen McHattie and The Dark Stranger Give Leah 'Stranger Danger'

Terror films, a film production and distribution house, has slated several films to release, this Halloween season. One of their stand-outs is titled The Dark Stranger. Starring Katie Findlay (After the Dark, 2013) and Stephen McHattie (Pontypool, 2008), a...

The Future of Horror (won’t be found in the US)

While horror films have been dominated by American directors and films, most casual horror fans seem to forget that some of the most unique, frightening and innovative horror films spawned from countries other than the US. Italy of course played...

Razor Reel 2016 reveals SLASH as part of festival line-up

To celebrate Bi Visibility Day the Razor Reel Flanders Film Festival announces the Belgian premiere of Clay Liford’s SLASH as part of the 2016 program. Neil (Michael Johnston) struggles to fit in at school. Expressing himself through writing, his fantasies...

CLOWNTOWN: Where is Little Ricky in This Exclusive Clip?

Tom Nagel's horror flick Clowntown will open in select cinemas across the U.S. on September 30th. After a quick stint in the cinemas it is off to VOD and DVD on October 4th. For now, we have an exclusive clip...

BMW Films' THE HIRE Gets A New Chapter With Clive Owen

Back in 2001, automaker BMW spent a fair bit of money to hire A-list directors to write, produce and shoot a series of short films that had only one stipulation: Clive Owen had to drive a BMW in them at...

EDGAR ALLAN POE'S LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER: Poster and Trailer

Here is something for all you Poe fans out there. Director Benjamin Cooper and writer Carl Edge have gone and adapted what has been considered Edgar Allan Poe's final and unfinished work, The Light-House Keeper. The original manuscript that Poe...

THE WINDMILL: Key Art For The Dutch Slasher, Coming This October

Nick Jongerius' slasher flick The Windmill just had it's World Premiere at Fright Fest London and it looks like it will make another stop at the equally famed Sitges film festival. Where it goes from there into the rest of...

NYC Happenings: IFP Film Week 2016 Expands to Include More Public Events and Community Involvement

Founded in 1979, the Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) is the largest and oldest not-for-profit organization dedicated to independent film. Besides their year-round programs and initiatives supporting independent filmmakers, their best known events are the Gotham Awards, a major highlight of...

NYC Happenings: "The Master: Philip Seymour Hoffman," A Fittingly-Titled Tribute to One of Our Finest Actors

The phrase “greatest actor of his/her generation,” is one that gets tossed around very often, and as with any hyperbolic description of this kind, some are more deserving of this praise than others. But the great, towering actor Philip Seymour...

Review: OPERATION AVALANCHE, Reel Emotion and the Faking of the Moon Landing

There is a lure to the film camera that is almost primal. It draws you in, ever closer, a potent combo of machine and magic. Pressed against your ear and cheek, the click-whir miracle of celluloid is god calling you...

FIRST ROUND DOWN: Atlantic Film Festival Poster Debut For Canadian Indie

First Round Down, the latest indie film from the Butler brothers, Brett and Jason Butler, has its world premiere at the Atlantic Film Festival, in Halifax, Sunday Sept 18. You are having your first look at the poster which was...

Toronto 2016: HELLO DESTROYER Clip Welcomes The Rookies To The Team

Hello Destroyer played to a sold out crowd at TIFF the other night. We have that stunning poster for you to look at and a clip from the film. Both you will find further down.  Hello Destroyer stars TIFF Rising Star...

Toronto 2016 Review: I AM THE PRETTY THING THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE Leaves A Ghostly Impression

When Lily, an extended care nurse in white pumps and a mustard cardigan, arrives at this grand old country house to look after its aging and infirm owner, she chides herself on the first night, 'No snooping!' However, that discipline...

Night Visions 2016: November Edition Beckons With HIGH-RISE, THE WAILING, More

We hereby declare today Festival Announcement Day! The first wave of announcements from the November 2016 edition of the Night Visions International Film Festival has arrived, joining a bevy of other festivals making known their lineups in what could easily...

Ithaca Fantastik 2016: First Wave Announced, Retro Screening Delights, And More

ScreenAnarchy has so many friends in and around the state of New York working their butts off to bring the masses the best in genre cinema and those fine folk at Ithaca Fantastik have done it again.    To start...

Review: CAMERAPERSON, A Moving Self-Portrait Of A Veteran Cinematographer

Kirsten Johnson's career as a cinematographer is a long and accomplished one in the documentary field. She is responsible for images of countless documentaries by filmmakers such as Laura Poitras, Michael Moore, Kirby Dick and many more. Her work took...

Review: Hanks Sticks the Landing, But SULLY Fails to Soar

Oscar-winning director Clint Eastwood helms this big screen reenactment of the “Miracle on the Hudson", when US Airways flight 1549 made an emergency landing on New York’s Hudson River in January 2009. Tom Hanks plays Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, who...

Check Out a BAD BATCH of Clips for Amirpour's Latest

Two clips have dropped for Ana Lily Amipour's sophomore feature, The Bad Batch. And as if they weren't enough to fill me with utter excitement to see this film, Anarchist Thomas Humphrey just dropped his glowing review of the film, calling it...

Uwe Boll is at it Again, The RAMPAGE Series Comes to an End With PRESIDENT DOWN

Uwe Boll, one of cinema's most provocative filmmakers, for all the right and wrong reasons you can think of, is bringing his Rampage series to a close with President Down. The final chapter of the controversial series is available today...

SHIN GODZILLA Stampedes Into US Theaters This October

Toho Studios’ 29th big screen outing for their favourite atomic kaiju, Shin Godzilla (aka Godzilla Resurgence), makes its way to US shores for a limited theatrical engagement this October, courtesy of the good people at Funimation.    Shin Godzilla -...