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BFF GIRLS Teaser: Fighting the Tampon Monster!

When I heard that two rising stars of genre filmmaking, Jill Gevargizian (Call Girl, The Stylist) and Brian Lonano (Crow Hand!!!, Gwilliam) were teaming up to make a new short, I knew it was going to be special. And judging...

Natasha Kermani on Crafting IMITATION GIRL

One of the more unique films I've seen lately is Natasha Kermani's Imitation Girl, a sci-fi indie drama that's made a splash on the festival circuit. The film stars Lauren Ashley Carter (Premium Rush, Darling, Jug Face) in dual roles --- one as...

Berlinale 2018: Exclusive! Check Out The First Teaser For GARBAGE, The Shocking New Film By Q

Screen Anarchy is proud to bring you the exclusive first teaser for Garbage, the newest film from Indian provocateur, Q. Garbage has its world premiere tomorrow at the Berlin Film Festival as a part of their Panorama section, it is...

What The Film Festival 2018: Fourth Year of Eccentric Cinema Coming This March

It bears repeating. Here in Toronto we are blessed with an embarrassing abundance of cinematic experiences. Beyond the multiplexes hemorrhaging with the latest, popular fare, small strongholds like The Royal Cinema act as safe harbors and shelters for cinematic oddities...

Blu-ray Review: DRAG ME TO HELL Stuns

Wow, so it's been awhile since I've seen Sam Raimi's fun parable/rollercoaster ride of a film, Drag Me To Hell. This 2009 horror film starring Allison Lohman and Justin Long is classic Raimi. You've got the crazy, kinetic camera work with...

7 GUARDIANS OF THE TOMB: 'Emotion Clouds Judgement' in Exclusive Clip From Action Flick

Kimble Rendall's action flick 7 Guardians of the Tomb will come out in cinemas and on VOD and Digital HD on February 23rd. 7 Guardians stars Kelsey Grammer, Kellan Lutz of Twilight fame and Chinese star Bingbing Li. Screen Anarchy...

Deliciously Funny FEEDING TIME Now Available for Hungry Viewers

Babysitters have always been ripe fodder (metaphorical and literal) for horror films. Filmmaker Matt Mercer (Contracted, Beyond the Gates) takes this to a whole new level in his horror-comedy short Feeding Time. After playing at dozens of film festivals around...

HELL'S KITTY: Horror Icons Gather For Bloody And Silly Feline Horror

This is a thing.   Quite a few of the Screen Anarchy family are cat lovers so watching something like Nick Tana`s horror comedy Hell's Kitty may hit a nerve, or slice an artery. We know that cats can be warm...

BEFORE WE VANISH: Exclusive Clip From Kiyoshi Kurosawa`s Alien Invasion Sci Fi

A small gift landed in our laps this afternoon by way of an exclusive clip for Kiyoshi Kurosawa`s Before We Vanish. His new alien invasion sci fi lands in U.S. cinemas today from Super LTD, Neon's new shingle.    Three...

Rotterdam 2018 Interview: WILD BOYS, Bertrand Mandico on Shooting Gender-Bending Surreal Film

"I create hybrids, sexual and cinematic" French filmmaker talks to ScreenAnarchy about his daring feature debut Wild Boys

NOVEMBER: Watch The New Trailer For The Estonian Dark Fable

Rainer Sarnet's wonderful and weird dark fable November will arrive in U.S. cinemas later this month, thanks to Oscilliscope Pictures.     Based on the best-selling novel Rehepapp by Andrus Kivirähk the strange little film from Estonia captured the hearts and...

Trailer Exclusive: BLACK HORROR: THE REVOLUTIONARY ACT OF SUBVERTING THE WHITE GAZE at Miskatonic NYC

As we roll into February our thoughts may be on the upcoming Spring or the season of love. But we also need to be mindful that February is also Black History Month, and on February 13th the Miskatonic Institute of...

Blu-ray Review: THREADS Still Destroys

In 1984, a television movie played by the BBC scarred an entire generation. Directed by Mick Jackson (who went on to direct Chattahoochee, The Bodyguard, and Volcano) and written by Barry Hinds, Threads is a docudrama that portrayed the probable after-effects...

PATH OF BLOOD: An Animated Samurai Film Created in a Kitchen

They say everyone now has access to the tools to make a film and Path of Blood is something of a testament to the romantic idea that anyone can make anything if they just put their mind and talent to good use....

THE CANNIBAL CLUB (O CLUBE DOS CANIBAIS): Trailer Brazilian Cannibal Comedy

Guto Parente's Brazilian dark cannibal comedy The Cannibal Club (O Clube Dos Canibais) will have its World Premiere at the Rotterdam International Film Festival at the end of the month. Screen Anarchy is pleased to debut the trailer for Parente's...

THE ROAD MOVIE: Not Your Typical Car Wash Request in This Exclusive Clip

Dmitrii Kalashnikov’s Russian dash cam movie, The Road Movie, opens in a bevy of US cinemas today. Oscilloscope is going all out for this release, their biggest theatrical run for any of their acquisitions, so we imagine there should be...

Sundance 2018 Exclusive: PITY Poster, a Man in a World Not Cruel Enough For Him

The poster for the long-awaited sophomore feature Pity by the L director Babis Makridis arrives

THIS GIANT PAPIER MACHE BOULDER IS ACTUALLY REALLY HEAVY, And in US Cinemas Next Friday!

Christian Nicolson's indie throwback comedy This Giant Papier-Mâché Boulder Is Actually Really Heavy will be invading US cinemas on January 19th thanks to our friends at Parade Deck Films. If you have not caught any footage from this homage to...

PITY Trailer: The Director of Absurdist L Returns With a Man Existentially Addicted to Sadness

The director of absurd deadpan dramedy L bows with equally intriguing sophomore effort Pity

68 KILL Blu-ray Review: Neo-Grindhouse Still Polarizes, Thrills

Back in August, I interviewed director Trent Haaga and actor (sometimes director) Matthew Gray Gubler at Fantasia for their new movie, 68 Kill. You can read that interview here and Josh Hurtado's review here. If you read both articles, you'll...