From The Editors

Review: DEMENTER, The Devil Hides in Plain Sight

Religious cults seem to be plentiful in the USA, or so the movies would have us believe. In a country where it is automatically assumed that one has a relgious belief, it would seem that fear of the devil runs...

Review: RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON, Stunning Visuals, Stirring Story

It’s long been a fact of movie-watching life that no one does animation like the Disney-Industrial Complex does animation. Whether it’s old-school, traditional animation or new-school CG animation, Disney Animation Studios remains the gold standard, often imitated, but rarely duplicated....

SXSW 2021 Exclusive: We Have Your First Look at The Trailer For Mexican Women Wrestling Doc LUCHADORAS

Paola Calvo and Patrick Jasim's documentary Luchadoras will have its World premiere at SXSW 2021 Online, running March 16th - 20th. Screen Anarchy is honored to have your first look at the trailer for Luchadoras. Check it out below.   ...

Blu-ray Review: Criterion's MINDING THE GAP Goes Airborne

Bing Liu's Oscar nominated skater film arrives on Blu-ray, featuring a bonus interview with Tony Hawk.

LOBO FEROZ: Spanish Language Adaptation of BIG BAD WOLVES is Finally Underway

Production has finally begun on Lobo Feroz the Spanish language adaptation of the Israeli revenge thriller Big Bad Wolves. We shared the news with you about this adaptation back in May 2019, but you know, plague and pestilence got in...

THANATOMORPHOSE: TetroVideo to Release on Eric Falardeau's Canadian Body Horror on Blu-ray

It's been a while since we last heard about Éric Falardeau's Quebecois/Canadian body horror flick Thanatomorphose. We're about to remind you that some of us Canadians can think up some pretty nasty shit. Nearly ten years after Falardeau's film hit...

EFM 2021: TriCoast Entertainment Secures Worldwide Rights to Clayton Witmer's THE ARBORS

Straight up? I hate crawly things. Save me jeebus I got the aracnaphobia bad. You throw Lovecraft into the mix? I'm out! I'm going to complete this article but you'll be hard pressed to get me to watch The Arbors...

LUCKY: Watch The Trailer For Natasha Kermani's Awesome Slasher Thriller, See it on Shudder March 4th

Natasha Kermani's unique take on the slasher genre, Lucky, will be available on Shudder next week, March 4th. A trailer was released to lead into the release. Check it out below.    Kermani's terrific slasher thriller was written by her...

BLOODTHIRSTY: Amelia Moses' Canadian Werewolf Film Heads to U.S. With Braintstorm

Canadian filmmaker Amelia Moses may have had an unintentionally good year in 2020. She was one of a handful of filmmakers who had two films premiere on the revised festival circuit, Bloodthirsty and Bleed With Me, the former premiering late...

Review: ATTACK OF THE MURDER HORNETS, Deadly Killers Take Flight

Michael Paul Stephenson ('Best Worst Movie,' 'The American Scream') directs a documentary about an unfolding, real-life horror movie.

Simon Barrett's SEANCE Heading to Shudder And RLJE Films

Well. That was fast. It was only the other week that scribe Simon Barrett had informally announced on his socials that production had wrapped one what we assume was his first shot at directing a feature film, Seance. He's been up in...

Simon Boswell Speaks. His New SANTA SANGRE Special Edition Vinyl Release, Working With Masters, Friends And Family

Over the years I have had the privilege to be in the same space as composer extraordinare Simon Boswell a few times. Near as I recall the first time I saw Boswell perform live was when he was in Montreal...

Cult Classics GIANTS & TOYS, OVER THE EDGE, and More Make Blu-ray Debut From Arrow Video This May

May 2021 is another great looking month for Arrow Video and cult movie fans with the company reissuing some classics in brand new editions, upgrading Blu-rays to 4K, and bringing a contemporary indie darling to home video. The release I'm...

Friday One Sheet: THE AMUSEMENT PARK

This surreal poster from designer Aleksander Walijewski echoes the strange feeling of getting a 'new' George A. Romero film nearly four years after the maestro's passing. The film is, of course, not 'new' in the sense that it was made...

Slamdance 2021 Review: A BLACK RIFT BEGINS TO YAWN, Pensive Cosmic Horror

Laura and Lara are investigating a set of cassette tapes left behind by a former now deceased professor. The tapes are said to contain recordings of strange signals from the cosmos. As they listen to the recordings they begin to...

Review: BILLIE EILISH: THE WORLD'S A LITTLE BLURRY, How to Remain Independent

Together with Samantha Stark's 'Framing Britney Spears,' R.J. Cutler's doc spells out the perils and pleasures of maintaining independence as a creative artist.

Now Streaming: AUDIO GUIDE, Free To Watch Until March 10th

Australian director Chris Elena's short Audio Guide may only be 14 minutes long, but rest assured it will stick with you for a lot longer than that. Its premise, as with many good things, is a simple one: a young...

WEREWOLVES WITHIN: IFC Films Acquires New Film From SCARE ME's Josh Ruben

IFC Films have announced that they have picked up the North American rights for Werewolves Within the new film from Scare Me's Josh Ruben. Based off of the virtual reality game by Ubisoft IFC films plans to release Werewolves Within theatrically...

Review: CHERRY, A Boy and His Drugs

Tom Holland stars in an uber-dramatic love story, brashly directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo.

ARMY OF THE DEAD Trailer: Zack Snyder's Heist Flick in a Zombified Las Vegas, on Netflix This May

As the world prepares to fall in love with Zack Snyder all over again on March 18th Netflix is hoping the furvor will carry over into May when they dropped Snyder's Army of the Dead on May 21st. The trailer...