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An Episode Version of Paul Davis' THE BODY Premieres at LA Film Fest Tonight, on Hulu in October

You may recall that around four years ago director Paul Davis shared with the world, for one day only, his Melies d'Or winning short film The Body. It then went on to live, only in our memories, as one of...

CarousHELL Trailer: A Sentient Carousel Unicorn Gets Stabby in Low Budget Horror Flick

Okay. We are not going to pretend that CarousHELL is going to be good. It is just that the sheer audacity of Steve Rudzinski's low budget horror film, about a sentient carousel unicorn on the warpath to avenge a booger...

Screen Media Acquires LUZ For North America, Plans U.S. Theatrical Release

News today that Screen Media have acquired the North American rights for Tilman Singer's amazing and trippy horror film Luz.    Screen Media are already planning a theatrical release in the first quarter of 2019 in the U.S. As is...

30th Anniversary Edition of MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO From GKIDS And SHOUT! This December

Studio Ghibli's My Neighbor Totoro is one of, if not the most beloved family animation of all time. This year is is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary and to mark the occassion GKIDS is packaging their local release with some neat...

PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH: DVD Giveaway

Next Tuesday Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich will be available on in the U.S. on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD/Blu-ray Combo on September 25th, thanks to RLJE Films.   Screen Anarchy has two (2) DVDs to give away to our...

THE IMMORTAL Trailer: Victor Vu's Latest Promises Epic Proportions

Victor Vu is on a roll and seems to have no intention of slowing down. While Lôi Báo recently saw its North American premiere at Fantasia (full review here), his next offering, The Immortal, has already wrapped post-production and is...

Toronto 2018 Review: THE MAN WHO FEELS NO PAIN, A Big Screen Love Letter To All Things Action

There is nothing subtle about Vasan Bala's (Peddlers) second film, The Man Who Feels No Pain. In this boisterous action comedy, Bala's passions and obsessions are writ large across the screen with a genuine affection that is hard to deny....

Saskatoon Fantastic 2018: First Wave Includes Crowd-Pleasers and Discoveries

Something awesome this way comes! Well, if you’re a film enthusiast who happens to be living in or around Saskatchewan that is. Already celebrating its 9th edition, the Saskatoon Fantastic Film Festival (November 14 - 18) will once again descend...

CAPTAIN MARVEL: Brie Larson Saves 1990's Earth in First Trailer For MCU Prequel

The trailer has just arrived for Marvel's Captain Marvel starring Brie Larson. Have a look below.   There is also a teaser poster below which fortunately does not contain the go to reverse looking behind her shot. Just Larson as...

Criterion in December 2018: A DRY WHITE SEASON, FORTY GUNS, PANIQUE, SAWDUST AND TINSEL

Thinking of gifting a home video fan a fresh new Criterion Collection release in December? (Of course, you can always gift yourself.) Here are your options. The first black woman to direct a Hollywood studio film, Euzhan Palcy made history...

PROSPECT: New Trailer, Poster, Release Details

Release details have finally emerged for the hotly anticipated sci-fi film, Prospect. The genre-blending festival favorite will hit theaters on November 2, exclusively in Regal Theaters nationwide from Gunpowder & Sky's fledgling sci-fi label, DUST. Written and directed by Zeek...

Anthony Mackie and Jamie Dornan to Star in Benson And Moorehead's New Film SYNCHRONIC

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, no strangers to these pages over the years, have a new film coming up called Synchronic and Deadline has reported that they have enlisted some next level talent to appear in front of the camera. ...

APOSTLE: Dan Stevens Rises Against a Blood Thirsty Cult in Trailer For Gareth Evans' Netflix Movie

The trailer for Gareth Evans' upcoming period action film Apostle, starring Dan Stevens and Michael Sheen, arrived this morning.    We are not going to say too much about it except stop what you are doing and take a moment...

BRUTAL RELAX Director Rafa Dengra Moves To Features With The Upcoming IMAGO

Spanish director Rafa Dengra created something of a sensation on the genre festival circuit back in 2010 with his deliriously bloody splatter comedy short film Brutal Relax. The gleefully gory short showcased an obvious talent with filmmaking that aimed way...

First Image From Mattie Do's THE LONG WALK

Chanthaly and Dearest Sister director Mattie Do has just launched production of her third feature in Laos and fans waiting for a taste have not had to wait long. The director has posted a first shot from the film on...

Toronto 2018 Review: Nandita Das' MANTO Dissects The Controversial Life Of One Of India's Greatest Writers

Full disclosure: I know next to nothing about the writer Saadat Hasan Manto, and what I do know has largely been gleaned from the press in advance of this film or other media sources. I expect many of my film...

A SIBLING MYSTERY Trailer: Comedy and Suspense Ensue in Madcap Indie

Written as an ode to classic madcap mysteries like Manhattan Murder Mystery, Dan Erickson and Rachel Wortell's new film A Sibling Mystery features witty dialog and the kind of deftly assembled cast you'd expect from such a film. The film's...

SISTER HELL Director Fredrik Hana Returns With ROSALINA

We have been enormous fans of Norway's Fredrik Hana in these pages for years now. Hana has always been something of an outsider talent, delivering a string of frequently bizarre and always intensely high quality short films with his own...

Epic Pictures Announces Three New Horror Double Feature Blu-ray Sets From Dread Central Presents!

Dread Central Presents, the all horror imprint from Epic Pictures, will be releasing three new double-feature Blu-ray discs on September 21st with some of the most buzzed about genre films of the last few years. Some of these films will...

CAPTIVE STATE Trailer: Rise to Meet Your Legislature

"No crime. No poverty. No unemployment. The state of our union is strong." Set in a Chicago neighborhood nearly a decade after an occupation by an extra-terrestrial force, Rupert Wyatt's Captive State explores the lives on both sides of the...