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RADIUS Trailer: Stay Away From This Canadian Thriller!

A trailer has quietly premiered for Canadian sci-fi thriller Radius from co-directors Caroline Labrèche and Steeve Léonard. In the film, a man wakes from a car accident to discover anyone who comes within 50 feet of him dies instantly. Radius...

Morbido 2017: Full Lineup Announced, Guests in Attendance

The tenth anniversary of the Mobido Film Festival runs from Oct 26th to Nov 5th in the heart of Mexico City. Today the festival is announcing their lineup of devilish delights.    Some members of the Morbido international familia return to...

San Sebastian 2017 Review: SOLLERS POINT, Baltimore's Cinematic Response to Ulysses

The Baltimore indie helmer Matt Porterfield forges fatalistic drama of an one-in-a-million existence molded by the circumstances of its purlieu in his fourth feature Sollers Point.

Don't Let The Rain Wash This ITSY BITSY Campaign Out, One Week to go!

With exactly one week to go in their crowdfunding campaign, the group behind the eight-legged creature feature Itsy Bitsy are halfway to their goal. Have a look at the campaign videos and trailer and consider donating to this practical effects...

Trailer: BAD DAY FOR THE CUT Delivers Bloody Vengeance to the Irish Countryside

A violent revenge thriller cut from the same cloth as Jeremy Saulnier's Blue Ruin and Shane Meadows' Dead Man's Shoes, Chris Baugh's Bad Day For The Cut has been garnering strong word of mouth since its debut at Sundance back...

78/52: Canadian Engagement Announced, One Week at TIFF Bell Lightbox This October

Alexandre O. Phillipe’s documentary 78/52, the incredible breakdown of the show scene from Alfred Hitchcock's seminal thriller Psycho, is returning to Toronto. The doc will have a limited one week run at TIFF Bell Lightbox starting on October 13th. Yes,...

DEFECTIVE: New Trailer Premiere For Reese Eveneshen's Sci-fi Indie

Local and Canadian filmmaker Reese Eveneshen's indie sci-fi flick Defective is about to hit the festival circuit. While we cannot share where the film will have its premieres we are grateful that Eveneshen has asked Screen Anarchy once again to...

Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN, The Queerness of Creation

The United States has always been prudish and conservative when it comes to sex, to say the very least. Television shows and films can show enormous amounts of violence, but heaven forbid even an glimpse of nipple is seen. So...

THE ENDLESS: Who's Next? First Trailer For Horror Thriller From Benson And Moorehead

(Now with a better, larger embed)   As The Endless, the third film from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, goes along its mysterious way through the festival circuit the first trailer was released today over at EW. You may find...

Fantastic Fest 2017 Exclusive Trailer: Catch THE CURE

From Spaceboy to Red Luck, filmmaker Mike Olenick's certain brand of strange has been infecting the festival circuit these past few years, creeping and delighting audiences from Slamdance to Fantasia. His latest short film, The Cure, is a mesmerizing sci-fi...

MANSFIELD 66/67: New Poster And Trailer For Crazy Mansfield/LaVey Doc

The poster and trailer for the Jayne Mansfield/Anton LaVey doc Mansfield 66/67 have dropped today. The film will be released this October by FilmBuff. The is more information about that release below.    Who could resist cheering for Jayne Mansfield...

Toronto 2017 Review: Kitamura Ryuhei's DOWNRANGE, A Lean and Mean Horror Thriller

Six college students on the way home in a carpool are stranded on an isolated road (in the middle of BFE as one puts it so eloquently) when a tire blows. Just when one of them realizes that this is...

Toronto 2017 Review: THE CRESCENT, A Visionary Fusion of Horror Tradition and Originality

Late in Seth A. Smith's The Crescent, there is a hushed shot of the lead character, who happens to be a 2-year-old toddler, sitting on a beach, framed inside an hollow wreck of an old seaside house. The camera slowly...

TRAGEDY GIRLS: Watch The First Trailer For The Festival Hit

Tyler MacIntyre's Tragedy Girls is undoubtedly one of the darlings of the festival circuit picking up dates for the prom right and left. And rightly deserved. It is a terrific horror comedy, written by MacIntyre and Chris Lee Hill off...

Aardman Animation's EARLY MAN Delights With New Trailer

Nick Park, the Oscar winning creator of Wallace and Gromit, directs his first film since 2008's short A Matter of Loaf and Death with Aardman's new animated feature Early Man. Featuring an all-star cast of British thesps, including Eddie Redmayne,...

Toronto 2017: In PUBLIC SCHOOLED Clip, Judy Greer Says Goodbye

Judy Geer is a treasure, whether she's lighting up a comedy or strengthening a drama, so whenever she appears in a film, it means that attention must be paid. In a fresh clip from Public Schooled, her sad, soulful side...

Toronto 2017: LES AFFAMES Clip, Because Even Zombie Killers Need a Theme Song

It's a cool, overcast day. A breeze is rippling gently through the air. An anonymous car pulls to a stop. The radio plays a pleasant French-language tune. Then a stranger lurches into view. And then WAM! WAM! WAM! WAM! Beware...

Toronto 2017: There Will be Many Tears Over Spilled Milk After This Clip From LATCHED, Count on it

Here in Canada there is a campaign stating that it is okay to cry over spilled milk, countering the old adage, because Canadian dairy products are awesome and their loss should be mourned like the passing of a family member...

ANOTHER WOLFCOP: Black Fawn Distribution And A71 Entertainment Bring Sequel To Homes Early 2018

Another Wolfcop, the sequel to Lowell Dean's Canadian indie horror Wolfcop, will see a theatrical release just in time for Christmas this year through Cineplex. Our friends at Black Fawn Distribution have also announced that they have entered into a...

Crowdfund This: Spectacular Optical's New Book YULETIDE TERROR

Outside of Halloween if we were to ask you to name one seasonal holiday where the horror genre has flourished we bet, dollars to doughnuts, most of you would say Christmas. You can always count on someone in the world...