Tag: horror

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...

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...

LIVING SPACE: Homegrown Aussie Horror Begins Traveling Road Show in Sydney

Among other things Monster Pictures does a swell job of looking after home grown talent over in Australia. Having picked up local horror flick from director and writer Steven Spiel Living Space they are about to premiere his feature film debut...

Paco Plaza's VERONICA Is Netflix's Latest Surprise Debut: Watch the [REC] Director's Latest Now

Last week I wrote a column praising [REC], the seminal Spanish horror film, and one that I believe kickstarted the entire found footage sub-genre as we know it today. Well, now [REC] is back in the news, this time as...

CRUEL SUMMER: Watch The Trailer For UK Thriller Horror, Coming Soon on VOD

Based on a horrifying true crime, the UK horror flick Cruel Summer premieres on VOD 2/27 from Wild Eye Releasing. Screen Anarchy has your first look at a new trailer and poster for the flick.   From filmmakers Phillip Escott...

10+ Years Later: [REC] and the Found Footage Renaissance

The excitement surrounding Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza's 2007 found footage film, [REC], is hard to explain to anyone who wasn't tracking horror movies 10 years ago. There was a palpable groundswell of anticipation among genre fans here on domestic...

All The Big Game Spots in One Place! SOLO, A QUIET PLACE, JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM And More

[Updated 2/5/18: The full teaser trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story has been added below.] The game of games. The opportunity for history to be made tonight. Or will it go to the underdogs? We will know in a...

RED EYE: Trailer And Stills For Gory Indie Horror, on Digital Platforms Next Week

Attention horror and gore fans! Terror Films has acquired the worldwide rights to Tristan Clay's indie horror flick Red Eye. Wasting no time the film is set to land on digital platforms next Friday, February 9th. These include: iTunes, Amazon,...

HEREDITARY: Watch The Fabulous Trailer For The Sundance Horror Hit

Director Ari Aster turned a lot of heads - and covered a lot of eyes - with his Sundance horror hit Hereditary and it would appear that audiences are not going to have to wait too long for this one...

AMY: New One Sheet From Gustavo Cooper's Short Film

Gustavo Cooper's short film Amy has appreciated a productive run on the festival circuit and he has provided us with a new and moody one sheet to share with you.      At a residence Mary is caring for many...

The New Trailer For RAAKSHAS Promises A Dark Fantasy In The Indian Jungle

2017 was kind of a light year for genre films in India. There were a few stand out productions, but the general mood in the country was pretty tense, and that seemed to lend itself more toward either dramas or...

DEMON HOUSE: Check Out The Demonic Key Art For Zak Bagans' Doc

The other day came news that Freestyle Media acquired Zak Bagans' haunted house leads to possession documentary Demon House. Today the key art was revealed which you can see below. Nifty.    The only thing left is a trailer, which...

BLOODLANDS: Watch The Trailer For The First Albanian Horror Film

While the concept of the blood feud may not be unique to Albania, with variations present in several parts of the world, few have latched on to it as strongly as there. Played out in real life it's a...

BLACK CREEK: Watch The Trailer For Indie Supernatural Horror, on VOD This February

James Crow's indie supernatural horror Black Creek will be available on VOD on February 16th. The release comes courtesy of Freestyle Media and we have been reminded of the trailer which you may watch below.    After the untimely death...

Review: DEVIL'S GATE, a Likable Mix of Horror, Mystery and Sci-Fi

I confess to a high level of appreciation for low-budget films that defy easy categorization, such as Devil's Gate. The opening sequence resembles that of a backwoods horror experience that will be grungy and nasty, leaving behind a trail of...

ScreenAnarchy's Favourite Films of 2017

Another year over, and what an annus horribilis it proved to be in so many ways. But away from the political atrocities that took place in pretty much every country you care to mention, and the sexual harassment scandals that...