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Crowdfund This: DEVIL WOMAN Unleashes Nature's Wrath

Australian filmmaker Heidi Lee Douglas is looking for support from fans of socially conscious genre cinema to help bring her latest vision to the screen. Building off her successful first films, the Gothic short, Little Lamb, Little Lamb and the...

Mysterious THE MIST AND THE MAIDEN Teaser

Based on a novel by Lorenzo Silva, The Mist and the Maiden (La niebla y la doncella) investigates the mystery of a young man whose corpse is found in a forest. As the synopsis explains, the forest is located "on...

Watch First ZOMBIOLOGY: ENJOY YOURSELF TONIGHT Trailer, Just Because

Heading for release in Hong Kong on June 29, Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight follows what happens when "a monster from Lung's favorite animation appears in the city ... and turns people into zombies." That's from the rather lengthy plot summary...

THE KING IN YELLOW INTERLUDES, Resurrected Nightmares Bound in Flesh And Blood

We have to go back almost ten years ago when we first wrote about an Italian production called The King in Yellow: Interludes. We were directed to a trailer from the micro budget production, a multimedia project inspired by the...

Sono Sion's New Series TOKYO VAMPIRE HOTEL to Stream on Amazon Prime Japan This June

Sono Sion, one of Japan's most divisive and unpredictable directing giants, has made an original series that will stream on Amazon Prime Japan starting on June 16th.    Hopefully that will be followed by other territories around the World but...

Anya Beyersdorf Discovers HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN

We've been keeping a close eye on Anya Beyersdorf in these pages for some time now, greatly impressed by her ability to blend elements of the fantastic with gritty social realism in short films Vampir, Gayby and Headroom. And Beyersdorf...

Watch Creepy Short ABDULLAH, Enjoy Death Waltz Recording

One of the joys of programming short films is seeing how they travel the world, engaging with diverse audiences, and eventually becoming available for everyone to enjoy. Such is the case with Abdullah, written and directed by Evrim Ersoy (currently...

Promo for THE ENDLESS: How Many Aarons and Justins Does the World Need?

As much as we at ScreenAnarchy love the films of Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson, we also love how creative they are at promoting their films and documenting their travels around the world. And on the eve of the world...

70s Rewind: ZARDOZ, Much More Than Sean Connery Running Around in a Loincloth

James Bond running around in a loincloth. That may be the singular image that comes to mind when Zardoz is mentioned. If another image pops, it's likely "giant statue of a head flying through the air." Out of context, the...

GETAWAY DRIVER: Hold on to Your Pug in This Short Film by Abner Pastoll

Take a couple minutes out of your day to enjoy some top shelf stunt driving in Abner Pastoll's two minute short film Getaway Driver.    The UK director of Road Games and the upcoming A Good Woman in Hard to...

FIRST ROUND DOWN: Hitmen And Hockey Come Together in New Trailer For Canadian Comedy

The Canadian indie comedy First Round Down will begin its theatrical run here in Toronto on May 5th at a sold out screening at the Carlton cinema. The release is being handled by our friends at Unobstructed View and there...

PILGRIMAGE: Tom Holland And Jon Bernthal Spread Faith And Spill Blood in First Trailer

To those of you out there who like their action cinema bathed with the blood of their Saviour AND its victims have we got a trailer for you. Behold action brethren and sistren, the trailer for Brendan Muldowney's period action...

Tribeca 2017: Watch The Teaser For Kasra Farahani's Thriller TILT

Kasra Farahani's thriller, Tilt, will have its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this Saturday in the Midnight Section. The teaser trailer was sent out late this morning and we can share that with you below.    All seems normal...

Review: FREE FIRE, Bullet-riddled Mayhem From Beginning to End

At about 15 minutes into Ben Wheatley’s sixth feature film Free Fire, it becomes pretty clear we're probably not leaving this room anytime soon. But that is totally cool. This bold storytelling gambit works because Wheatley and his collaborators (notably...

Imagine 2017 Review: MOLLY Wins You Over With Perseverance And Ingenuity

Dutch science fiction films are few and far between, so when the Imagine Film Festival announced the world premiere of Molly, I was intrigued to say the least. And indeed, Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese have managed to create a...

Clip from THE ENDLESS: What's in the Box?

You could never accuse Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson of laziness. In their third feature film, The Endless, not only do they keep up with their usual jobs of directing/writing/producing/cinematography, but this time, they also star in it. Because they...

Kitano's Got More People To Shoot In OUTRAGE 0: CODA Teaser

Kitano Takeshi returns to Japanese screens later this year with the third installment of his Outrage gangster saga. Kitano, of course, is the hugely popular comedian turned violent auteur behind classic yakuza films such as Fireworks and Sonatine and while...

Tribeca 2017: SON OF SOFIA, Watch an Exclusive, Intriguing Clip

Set for its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, Son of Sofia appears to be a coming of age story that is told from a refreshing angle. Here's a synopsis: After her celebrated debut, The Eternal Return of Antonis...

Review: In Katell Quillévéré's HEAL THE LIVING, Heart Wins Over Brain

Quillévéré understands those connections and implies in Heal the Living in a cinematic way. Every movement in the film has to do with being alive. Every stillness implies death. She understands that death is part of life. We lose somebody close and feel like time is standing still- the camera movement becomes static. But we go on living again- and the camera moves again.

I REMEMBER YOU: Watch The Trailer For BLACK'S GAME Director's Horror Thriller

It was back in 2012 that Icelandic director Oskar Thor Axelsson burst on to the scene with crime thriller Black's Game. Boasting Nicolas Winding Refn as a producer Black's Game seemed to herald the arrival of a major new talent...