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Watch Snappy THOROUGHBREDS Teaser Trailer, Enjoy New Poster

"Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy cement their positions as two of the most captivating young actresses working today in Thoroughbreds," wrote our own James Marsh in his review from Fantastic Fest. He called the film "a wickedly humorous psychodrama straddling...

Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: THOROUGHBREDS, A Pitch Black Tale of Female Friendship

Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy cement their positions as two of the most captivating young actresses working today in Thoroughbreds, a wickedly humorous psychodrama straddling the class divide in small-town Connecticut and exposing the complex malevolence of the adolescent psyche....

Black Nights 2016 Review: PORTO, Love Does Not Conquer All

Call me a cynic, but I've always been skeptical of anyone who's in the first few months of dating who says that they and their partner were 'meant to be together' (maybe because at least half of those relationships end...

Gamera Obscura: GREEN ROOM, the Definitive Film on the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

Let me start by being perfectly clear about something: Green Room is wonderful and powerful in so many ways and on so many levels, that it hardly requires the following topical tie-in to provide a reason to appreciate it. But if you’re...

Giveaway: Win Jeremy Saulnier's GREEN ROOM on Blu-ray from ScreenAnarchy and Lionsgate!

Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room is one of the best reviewed films of the year and we've teamed up with Lionsgate Home Video to giveaway a copy of the brand new Blu-ray to a ScreenAnarchy reader! In case you've been living...

New STAR TREK BEYOND Trailer Goes Where No One Has Gone Before

I have no idea what to expect from Star Trek Beyond. Oh, I've been keeping up with the marketing and, especially, the trailers. The first one, released back in December, appeared to promise a "goofy adventure," as our own Todd...

Interview: Anton Yelchin on GREEN ROOM, STAR TREK, Hardcore Punk & Softcore Porn

Getting to interview filmmakers and actors can sometimes be quite a thrill, sometimes a surprising dud. The fluctuation in quality is sometimes disheartening, when people you’d like to think of in glowing terms give pat answers honed by years of...

Anton Yelchin, Star of GREEN ROOM, Dead at 27

Anton Yelchin, star of the new Star Trek film series, Green Room, and many other films, has tragically died after a freak car accident in Los Angeles. Despite his young age, he has already made an indelible mark on the...

TROLLHUNTERS: Anton Yelchin, Kelsey Grammer And Ron Perlman To Lead Del Toro's Animated Series

Deadline is reporting that Anton Yelchin (Star Trek and Green Room), Kelsey Grammer (Cheers and Frasier), and Ron Perlman (Hellboy and Sons of Anarchy) will lead the cast of Guillermo del Toro's upcoming animated series for Netflix, Trollhunters.   Trollhunters features...

Review: THE DRIFTLESS AREA, A Metaphysical Marvel

We humans often like to think of ourselves as creatures of habit. It helps to compartmentalize our world, making order out of chaos. As someone who operates quite often from his head, habits are important. Writing movie reviews, attempting to...

Review: GREEN ROOM, Awesome, Smart, Assured And Clever

Some gigs really aren't worth taking. That's a maxim that the members of broke touring punk band Ain't Rights probably haven't heard of and certainly aren't going to adhere to when they get offered $350 to play a backwater skinhead...

GREEN ROOM: Second Trailer For Saulnier's Punk Rock Thriller Arrives

Following a lengthy - and enormously successful - festival run, Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room is surely one of the most anticipated releases of the coming months. And while the general public will still need to wait until May for its...

Aruba 2015 Review: In THE DRIFTLESS AREA Mysteries Of The Moment Abound

We humans often like to think of ourselves as creatures of habit. It helps compartmentalize our world, making order out of chaos. As someone who operates quite often from his head, habits are important. Writing movie reviews, attempting to express...

Review: BURYING THE EX, Of Love, Horror, And Comedy

A triumphant return for a beloved master or a sleepy reworking of now overly familiar tropes in a zombie movement that just won't die? Joe Dante's Burying The Ex is neither, really, the horror comedy showing clearly that the director...

GREEN ROOM: Watch The Exclusive First Clip From BLUE RUIN Director's Next

How do you follow a film that many have acclaimed as a masterpiece? Well, if you're Blue Ruin director Jeremy Saulnier you gun to do it with another one. Cue up 2015 Cannes selection Green Room, Saulnier's third feature soon...

Brussels 2015 Review: BURYING THE EX Stumbles But Doesn't Fall

A triumphant return for a beloved master or a sleepy reworking of now overly familiar tropes in a zombie movement that just won't die? Joe Dante's Burying The Ex is neither, really, the horror comedy showing plenty to say that...

Trailer for Joe Dante's BURYING THE EX Shuffles Its Feet

Yes, it has been six years since Joe Dante released his last feature film, The Hole; a solid, if not ecstatic film, most notable for its sophisticated and restrained use of 3D technology. Outside of Netflix, very few folks in Canada...

Giveaway: Win 1 Of 3 DVDs Of William H. Macy's RUDDERLESS

The directorial debut of the great actor William H. Macy, Rudderless, is available today on DVD, and we have three copies to give away. Read on to learn how. (Spoiler: it's easy!) The film debuted at the Sundance Film Festival...

Patrick Stewart Joins Jeremy Saulnier's THE GREEN ROOM As White Supremacist

So, how do you follow up on of the more acclaimed indies of recent years? Very stealthily, apparently, and with a fantastic cast.Blue Ruin writer-director Jeremy Saulnier is already well into principal photography on follow up The Green Room and...

Frightfest 2013 Review: ODD THOMAS Panders To The Geek Crowd

Odd Thomas is a film that thinks it's aimed at geeks, a target market who would enjoy a film that wants to be The Frighteners via way of Edgar Wright. Heck, I would enjoy that film. Sadly, Odd Thomas is...