From The Editors

Review: BE WATER, Bruce Lee, Exposed

Bao Nguyen's documentary explores the life and philosophy of the martial arts star who was so much more than that.

Blu-ray Review: AN UNMARRIED WOMAN Hooks Up With Criterion

Writer/director Paul Mazursky guides Jill Claybugrh to an Oscar nomination in this bit of essential 1970s cinema.

Exclusive JUDY & PUNCH Clip: Puppet Show Hits Hard

A show that dates back to the 16th century is turned on its head in Mirrah Foulkes' Judy & Punch, starring Mia Wasikowska and Damon Herriman as the legendary titular characters. We have an exclusive clip -- NSFW, possibly, due...

Review: AND THEN WE DANCED, Gotta Move to Survive

Levan Gelbakhiani, Bachi Valishvili and Ana Javakishvili star in the drama from Georgia, directed by Levan Akin.

Blu-ray Review: ESCAPE FROM L.A.

I'm not quite sure of the history of how Escape From L.A. was made, but I do know that director John Carpenter (The Fog, Halloween, Escape From New York) does not like sequels, so the fact that this film perplexes...

Review: KILL MODE Hides Many Of Its Charms

Back in 2017, I reviewed the world premiere of Molly, an apocalyptic Dutch science fiction film by Thijs Meuwese and Colinda Bongers. I loved the film, especially its makers' no-holds-barred approach and crazy ambitions. Instead of being hampered by a...

ONE CUT OF THE DEAD: Win a DVD/BD Steelbook of The Beloved Japanese Zom-Com

Hey America, stop! Before you head out into the hinterlands tomorrow to find your own copy of Shin'ichirô Ueda's amazing zom-com One Cut of the Dead, wait a few days while we run this giveaway for two (2) DVD/BD Steelbooks....

OUIJA SHARK: Nuff Said. But Here's the Trailer Anyway.

In the immortal words of Stan Lee: Nuff said. To quote the official press release: "From Wild Eye Pictures and director Scott Patrick comes Ouija Shark, taking a bite out of VOD and DVD this May. "A group of teenage...

THE DEAD LANDS: Win an iTunes Card on Behalf of The Kiwi/Maori Supernatural Series

The Maori action horror series The Dead Lands will be available on Digital HD June 8, 2020. Screen Anarchy will be giving away one (1) iTunes card worth $25 so you can have a look at this wonderful show from...

CREATURES Trailer Teases Alien Puppets

Pitched somewhere in the broad territory between intriguing and risible, a new teaser trailer for the forthcoming Creatures describes itself as an "alien puppet' movie. The video itself doesn't showcase any obvious, puppet-looking creatures, but the scenes depicted suggest that...

Now Streaming: ZOMBI CHILD Digs Deep As It Journeys Home

Director Bertrand Bonello dabbles in the zombie movie genre and turns it into a cautionary tale in post-colonial, multi-ethnic France, now streaming on The Criterion Channel.

Now Streaming: SPIRITUAL KUNG FU, Jackie Chan Dreams Come True

Directed by Lo Wei, the martial arts comedy kicks off a new series on The Criterion Channel, introduced by Grady Hendrix.

NEON GENESIS EVANGELION Gets The Ultimate Treatment

In a few months, on the 11th of October, it will be exactly 25 years ago that the first episode of the science fiction mecha anime Neon Genesis Evangelion aired on Japanese television. Produced by Studio Gainax, Evangelion was at...

Shudder in June: SCREAM, QUEEN! MY NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, WARNING: DO NOT PLAY, SCARE PACKAGE And YUMMY Welcome a Summer of Horror Fun

Hey. Did you know it's almost June? I know right? What the hell? Well, however long whatever this is keeps going on the good folks at Shudder are here to help with a good dose of horror delights this coming...

Drive-Ins 2020: Lighthouse International FF is World's First Drive-In Film Festival

[Still from the feature 1986.] Well, it had to happen, and I'm glad it did: we've finally got the world's first film festival with all selected titles playing the only way they can in the public space right now ---...

Now on VOD: Logan Lerman, John Hawkes in END OF SENTENCE

Logan Lerman, who recently displayed a wide range of anger in the Amazon Prime series Hunters, and John Hawkes, who began his career in the 1980s and has distinguished himself in a host of films and TV shows from Hollywood...

Blu-ray Review: Criterion Welcomes ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW

As everything is going wonky in the world, it’s only fitting that July is early this year. Even more fitting that it’s not the month, but the filmmaking lady, Miranda July. It bears celebrating that quite recently this past spring,...

Friday One Sheet: ONCE UPON A TIME IN VENEZUELA

The HotDocs film festival in Toronto opened yesterday, in its virtual edition, and it seems fitting to offer key art from a documentary. The poster for Once Upon A Time In Venezuela simply frames a still from the film, two...

JAPAN SINKS: 2020 Trailer: And There Goes the World

Who needs one more disaster-themed piece of entertainment? A better question: who needs a disaster anime series from director Yuasa Masaaki? Japan Sinks: 2020 is an upcoming series that is drawn from a novel by Komatsu Sakyo, first published in...

Now Streaming: SPACE FORCE, New Comedy From Steve Carell And Greg Daniels Sends Up America's New Military Branch

Created by Greg Daniels (The Office, Parks and Recreation) and Steve Carell (The Office), Carell plays General Mark R. Naird, a newly appointed four star general who thinks he is going to take over the Air Force. However, Naird is...