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Fantastic Fest 2016 Review: THE VOID Is Fulci-Flavored Hell

The Void draws inspiration from a number of horror influences, including Hellraiser, The Beyond, H.P. Lovecraft, and Lucio Fulci. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest 2016 in Austin to a packed house, with producer Casey Walker and directors Jeremy Gillespie and...

TURBO KID: Turn Your Joy Up To 11 With This Apple Prequel Music Video

Stop everything that you are doing and watch this music video for Le Matos' song from the Turbo Kid OST No Tomorrow. Directed by trio truimphant RKSS it stars arguably one of everyone's favorite characters from the film, Apple. It...

Danish Animation RONAL THE BARBARIAN Getting a Chinese Live-Action

It is just so crazy it might work. Variety reported earlier today that Chinese studio Twinkie (yes) have bought the remake rights for the 2011 Danish animated feature Ronal the Barbarian.    “That’s totally awesome. I really hope they will...

CLOWNTOWN: Where is Little Ricky in This Exclusive Clip?

Tom Nagel's horror flick Clowntown will open in select cinemas across the U.S. on September 30th. After a quick stint in the cinemas it is off to VOD and DVD on October 4th. For now, we have an exclusive clip...

Watch LOOKOUTS, A Highly Impressive Fantasy Short

Inspired by the work of Jim Henson and featuring what appears to be all in-camera creature and visual FX, Lookouts is an impressive fantasy short from new director David Bousquet. Certainly it rivals anything we've seen from recent big budget fantasy...

Blu-ray Review: BLOOD SIMPLE, Satisfying Neo Noir At Its Best

It's always fun to witness the debut of a fantastic filmmaker. In this case, it's the birth of TWO filmmakers, the team of Joel and Ethan Coen, who debuted in the lexicon of cinema with the neo-noir film Blood Simple in 1984....

EDGAR ALLAN POE'S LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER: Poster and Trailer

Here is something for all you Poe fans out there. Director Benjamin Cooper and writer Carl Edge have gone and adapted what has been considered Edgar Allan Poe's final and unfinished work, The Light-House Keeper. The original manuscript that Poe...

THE WINDMILL: Key Art For The Dutch Slasher, Coming This October

Nick Jongerius' slasher flick The Windmill just had it's World Premiere at Fright Fest London and it looks like it will make another stop at the equally famed Sitges film festival. Where it goes from there into the rest of...

A TOWN CALLED PANIC : DOUBLE FUN - In Cinemas One Day Only on September 24th

Many of us in the ScreenAnarchy family are are massive fans of the animated shorts and films of A Town Called Panic. If you would like to find out for yourself why we are so madly in love with them...

TONIGHT SHE COMES: Killer Festival Artwork Unveiled!

Yesterday.. she was chosen. At midnight.. she was sacrificed. This morning.. she was buried. But tonight… Tonight She Comes. Everyone else will die.   Isn't that always the way? You head out for the weekend and you end up getting...

FIRST ROUND DOWN: Atlantic Film Festival Poster Debut For Canadian Indie

First Round Down, the latest indie film from the Butler brothers, Brett and Jason Butler, has its world premiere at the Atlantic Film Festival, in Halifax, Sunday Sept 18. You are having your first look at the poster which was...

Watch The Hilariously Grotesque Teaser For THE ABSENCE OF EDDY TABLE!

How long does animation take? Well, it was all the way back in January of 2013 - i.e. a very, very long time ago - that we first brought word of The Absence Of Eddy Table, the Rune Spaans directed...

Blu-ray Review: RAISING CAIN Re-Cut Rocks

Raising Cain is a film that had me screaming at the drive-in along with a friend in 1992 (yes drive-ins still existed then, and still do). John Lithgow's portrayal of Dr. Carter Nix and all his varied personalities and roles (Cain,...

Trailer: SADHURAM 2 Looks to Recreate the Success of SAW

Sadhuram 2 is "India's First Philanthropical Thriller." So says the tagline on the first look poster for Sumanth Radhakrishnan's upcoming thriller. This Tamil language film has been in the works for over two years now, with its first teaser having...

Check Out a BAD BATCH of Clips for Amirpour's Latest

Two clips have dropped for Ana Lily Amipour's sophomore feature, The Bad Batch. And as if they weren't enough to fill me with utter excitement to see this film, Anarchist Thomas Humphrey just dropped his glowing review of the film, calling it...

Uwe Boll is at it Again, The RAMPAGE Series Comes to an End With PRESIDENT DOWN

Uwe Boll, one of cinema's most provocative filmmakers, for all the right and wrong reasons you can think of, is bringing his Rampage series to a close with President Down. The final chapter of the controversial series is available today...

Exclusive: Watch the Trailer for the Toshiaki Toyoda Collection From Third Window Films

Third Window Films in the UK is gearing up for their next couple of releases for the autumn season with Takeshi Kitano's A Scene at the Sea this week and Kids Return next month, but that is far from the...

Blu-ray Review: TALE OF TALES Is Lofty, But Is it Good?

Directed by Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah), Tale of Tales was nominated for Cannes' prestigious Palm d'Or and many other awards, but does that make it a good film? I'm on the fence about this feature that follows the tales of three tales,...

Watch This: MSG THE WARRIOR: LION HEART Trailer

Okay. So there's this guy in India, Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan. He made a movie, MSG: The Messenger, a couple of years back that was incredibly awful, but in an "I can't believe what I'm seeing" kind...

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival Invites Cannibalism to Dinner

Not too long ago, we announced the slate of programming for San Diego's Horrible Imaginings Film Festival, which starts next week. Now the festival wants to entice you with a compelling event both gruesome and forbidden --- cannibalism. Explored in films...