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XX: Watch Two Clips From The Female Driven Horror Anthology

XX, the all-female helmed horror anthology opens in cinemas across the U.S. and up here in Toronto this Friday (got my ticket for opening night)! Two clips were released today and they are below for your viewing pleasure.  The first...

Have Your Say: IMDb Is About To Delete Its Message Boards

This weekend I was looking up something in the Internet Movie Database over on www.IMDb.com, and got distracted by a question in a message board. Intrigued and amused I started reading it, and as these things go I got even...

Jamie Patterson's Alien Home Invasion Thriller CAUGHT to Premiere at Fantasporto

Jamie Patterson's latest film, Caught, described as an alien home invasion thriller, will have its world premiere at the Fantasporto International Film Festival in Portugal, between February 24th and March 4th.  Caught stars Cian Barry from ScreenAnarchy fave Nina Forever,...

IRON SKY: THE ARK - Third Installment Announced With Teaser Trailer

Forging on while still ahead in the game, Finnish director Timo Vuorensola, known around the world for his Nazis on the Moon movie, Iron Sky, is already working on a third chapter called Iron Sky The Ark. The second chapter in...

Our Favorite Faces Of Cary Elwes

Later this week, Predrag Antonijevic's Ghost of New Orleans will be released theatrically and on several other platforms like VOD and Digital HD. In it, two cops use an abandoned house as a stake-out location, only to be contacted by...

Sleeping Giant Fest Nestles Down in Jacksonville, FL

Let us introduce you to the inaugural Sleeping Giant Fest coming to Jacksonville, FL, at the end of March. The festival will be held at the historic Sun-Ray Cinema at Five Points. The theater has been through many guises and...

Black Fawn Renews With Breakthrough Entertainment, Presents Eighth Film HERETICS

The relationship between Black Fawn Films and distributor Breakthrough Entertainment has obviously been a fruitful one for the past few years. When Black Fawn signed on for an eight film slate there were some of us (raises hand) that thought...

WWE Studios Sticks an Ice Pick in Rights For a COLD PREY Remake

Yesterday the announcement came that WWE Studios have secured the rights to remake Roar Uthaug's Norwegian slasher flick Cold Prey from 2006. WWE have also secured to option to purchase a re-write script written by Casey La Scala.  Cold Prey...

GALAXY OF HORRORS: The New Horror Anthology From Little Terrors Out This Spring

Our friends at the Little Terrors Festival, a monthly short film series here in Toronto, are preparing to release their second anthology of short films Galaxy of Horrors! Their first collection Minutes Past Midnight is out on VOD, DVD and...

TIFF Midnight Madness And Vanguard Programmer Colin Geddes Hangs Up The Gloves

Word has come from the Toronto International Film Festival that veteran programmer Colin Geddes is hanging up those programming gloves and moving on after serving the festival for twenty years.    Geddes, a friend to the ScreenAnarchy family since our...

Have Your Say: What Should The Next Lego Movie Be About?

This week we see the premiere of The Lego Batman Movie, and according to our James Marsh it's a whole load of fun. To be honest, that in itself ought not to be a surprise at this point. A few...

Shorts on Shudder: Briony Kidd's THE ROOM AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS And Gustavo Cooper's THE HOME

Two short films from friends of the ScreenAnarchy family rolled out on Shudder yesterday. Australian filmmaker Briony Kidd's The Room at the Top of the Stairs and American Gustavo Cooper's The Home.  Briony Kidd's short film, a modern gothic melodrama...

Stranger With My Face 2017: Festival Announces Dates, Submissions Now Open

The Stranger With My Face International Film Festival will be returning to Hobart, Tasmania, Australia for its fifth year. The film festival focuses on women filmmakers and female perspectives in genre film. In the current global political climate its presence...

Behold The Rise OF The Melon In New BLACK HOLES Clip

Though the short films never draw as much attention as the features at a major festival, David and Laurent Nicolas' Black Holes stands as one of my favoritate discoveries of Sundance 2017 despite its brief run time. An animated short...

Stock Up On Pussywillows, SERIAL MOM Is Coming To Blu-ray From SCREAM FACTORY This Spring!

Cult film legend John Waters sure knows how to keep his profile up. While it's been a torturously long 12 years since his last feature, A Dirty Shame, Waters has hopped back on the radar with a high profile restoration...

Now on Blu-ray: SUDDENLY IN THE DARK and NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND DESIRES From Mondo Macabro

Mondo Macabro has done it again with another killer pair of Blu-ray releases for films you didn't even know you couldn't live without. This time around the company tackles a duo of sexy horror films from opposite ends of the...

Have Your Say: What's The Best Movie Shoot-out Ever?

Yesterday, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire played at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and a good time was had by all, especially when the director took the stage afterwards for a very funny Q&A session. I swear, I'd pay just to...

Now on Blu-ray: PARENTS and THE LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM From Vestron Video

Lionsgate Home Video's new specialty imprint, Vestron Video Collector's Series, is back with another pair of '80s video store classics. Bob Balaban's Parents, a pitch black satirical look at utopian surburban life, and Ken Russell's The Lair of the White...

Now on Blu-ray: TOSHIAKI TOYODA: THE EARLY YEARS Shows the Emergence of an Artist

Third Window Films release of Toshiaki Toyoda: The Early Years is an unmissable document of the genesis of an artist and his obsessions. The three films included in this set clearly show the growth and emergence of an incredible talent...

Now on Blu-ray: THE KILLING OF AMERICA Exposes A Murderous Culture

I have a pretty strong stomach, but The Killing of America is one of the most gut-wrenching films I've ever seen. This documentary, a collaboration between director Sheldon Renan and producers Leonard Schrader and Yamamoto Mata is a disturbing look...