Tag: horror

Arrow Video FrightFest 2018 Official Artwork Revealed!

The UK's premiere horror festival, FrightFest, has just unveiled the spectacular artwork for this summer's event. Artist Graham Humphreys - whose work has adorned many a special edition from beloved labels including Arrow, Shout Factory and more - is again...

Review: UPGRADE, Smart, Violent Science-Fiction For Action Film Fans

A little bit David Cronenberg, a little bit Taylor/Neveldine, Leigh Whannell's Upgrade is a future-shock action horror film sure to keep fans of high intensity science fiction happy.   Logan Marshall-Green is Grey Trace, a technophobic retro-gearhead in a near...

HANG UP! Teaser: Some Conversations are Private

From Canada's Fatal Pictures and the filmmakers that brought us the award winning time travel short, Remote, and The Last Halloween, comes a new nightmare called Hang Up!. Hang Up! has a simple yet intriguing premise: An accidental butt dial...

Blu-ray Review: IT'S ALIVE TRILOGY Kills

I have always enjoyed the cinematic comfort food made by Larry Cohen (Q: The Winged Serpent, The Stuff, God Told Me To), and so I jumped at the opportunity to review Scream Factory's new Blu-ray box set, the It's Alive...

You May Want To Leave The House BEFORE THE DEVIL ARRIVES

Indonesian director Timo Tjahjanto burst on to the international scene as one half of directing duo The Mo Brothers with delirious horror picture Macabre back in 2009. And while he's playing in the action space over recent years Tjahjanto is...

SICK FOR TOYS: First Trailer For Christmas Time Horror

David Del Rio's feature film debut, the Christmas-time horror Sick For Toys, is up for grabs at the Marche du Film this week. To draw in potential rights buyers the first trailer was released this week. You will find it...

THE PREDATOR Trailer: Shades of AVP Haunt Shane Black's "Reinvention"

Gun to my head, I would admit to being a fan of both AVP films. Paul WS Anderson's first is a harmless romp through a haunted pyramid, a call back to the kind of tale that might have been told in...

GONJIAM: HAUNTED ASYLUM Trailer: An Experience in Terror Begins Now

Although I've steered away from found-footage films for several years, my curiosity about Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum was stirred by Pierce Conran's recent review of the film. He wrote, in part: "It is the first Korean film to properly blend found...

Professor Dario Bava, Paranormal Playboy

I'm psyched to finally premiere the teaser for Professor Dario Bava, Paranormal Playboy, a project I've been developing for the last two years. I posted it on our Indiegogo page Monday for the launch of the first PDB graphic novel,...

Fantasia 2018: First Wave of Announcements is a Tsunami of Awesome!

[still from Nightmare Cinema] It's no secret that Fantasia is one of our very favorite film festivals here at ScreenAnarchy. We've already spread word about the fest's awesome 2018 poster ("meow!!") and the first two homegrown titles (Summer of '84...

THE RESTAURANT: Watch The Cannes Exclusive Trailer For This Horror Comedy

As we near the Marche du Film at the Cannes Film Festival next month promotion of films up for sales and distribution has picked up as well. Screen Anarchy is pleased to present the Cannes trailer for Eric Ford Holevinski's...

PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH: RLJE Films Bringing Puppet Horror to U.S. Cinemas This August

Hot on the heels of its world premiere at the Overlook Film Festival this past weekend RLJE Films have announced that they have acquired the North American rights for Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund's horror on strings, Puppet Master: The...

Tribeca 2018 Dispatch: The Many Pleasures of Horror

Perhaps not every horror fan will confess this, but we’re not always looking for masterpieces, or even movies that we’d recommend wholeheartedly. Instead, it’s all about moments and ideas, preferably ones that reflect the whole of the filmmaker’s heart and...

Overlook 2018 Preview: Get Ready New Orleans

It's no secret we're huuuge fans of the Overlook Film Festival and its spiritual parent the Stanley Film Fest. While last year's Overlook took place in the snowy environs of Oregon's Timberline Lodge, this year it's happenin' in the Big...

GEHENNA Trailer: Doug Jones Stars in Katagiri Hiroshi's Directorial Debut

Doug Jones, star of the Academy Award winning The Shape of Water, stars in Gehenna: Where Death Lives, in theaters and On-Demand May 4. The feature directorial debut of celebrated effects master Katagiri Hiroshi (Jurassic Park III, Pacific Rim), who...

5th HORRORANT FILM FESTIVAL: TRAUMA, FRAMED And WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND Lead First Wave of Titles at Greek Genre Fest

It is good to see that outside of the work of Yorgos Lanthimos (The Killing of a Sacred Deer, The Lobster and Dogtooth) that the genre scene in Greece is being upheld by the work of the organizers of the...

THE INHABITANT: International Premiere of Trailer For LatAm Possession Horror

Guillermo Amoedo Schultze, a director and writer from Uruguay, has been steadily making a name for himself in the LatAm horror scene over the years. When he was not writing commercial comedies he penned screenplays for the horror and thriller...

EMBRYO: Fresh Images From The New Sci-Fi/Horror Project by Patricio Valladares

If there is one thing that you cannot blame Chilean director Patricio Valladares of being, it is being lazy. Valladares is hard at work on creating a new Sci-fi/Horror mini series called Embryo, plugging away at the pilot. He has...

Review: PYEWACKET, Dark and Disturbing Horror

Long-time actor Adam MacDonald has already made exciting waves as a filmmaker with just two features under his belt. 2014's Backcountry was a masterfully suspenseful woods thriller, wherein he employed a restraint that served to punctuate the film's moments of...

“The Thing” remains one of the all-time best meeting points of Science Fiction and Horror

In John Carpenter’s “The Thing”, the cold is not only a force of nature, it’s a grotesque animal in and of itself. Adapted and updated from the 1950’s Science Fiction classic “The Thing from Another World,” Carpenter’s retelling not only...