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3022 Giveaway: Win an iTunes Code For John Suits' Sci-fi Thriller Starring Omar Epps

John Suits' sci-fi thriller 3022 comes out in U.S. cinemas and On Demand and Digital tomorrow, November 22nd. Screen Anarchy has two (2) free iTunes download copies of the film to give away to readers in the U.S.   Halfway...

Now Streaming: NEKROTRONIC, Funny, Gory, Sexy, Exciting

The Roache-Turner brothers return with evil demons, more color And just enough gore on Shudder.

Streaming Soon: A NASTY PIECE OF WORK Trailer Teases a Dark Christmas

Holidays are a year-round affair here in the U.S., so the Into the Dark series of seasonal horror films can, potentially, keep going for years. In advance of Thanksgiving, we covered Pilgrim, which offered up a very bloody feast, so...

Fest News: THE BANKER Pulled From World Premiere Slot at AFI Fest

Set to enjoy its world premiere at AFI Fest in Los Angeles tonight, The Banker has been pushed to the back of the line. Apple's first major feature film release, The Banker tells the real-life story of two African-American entrepreneurs...

Exclusive Clip: THE FARE Starts on an Eerie and Forboding Note

Deja-vu is certainly one of the weirder phenomena of the human brain. You're absolutely certain that some moment of your life has happened before, even though you know for a fact that it couldn't have. But what if it had?...

Exclusive Trailer Premiere: WE USED TO KNOW EACH OTHER

Slamdance and SXSW alumni filmmaker Robert G. Putka follows up his critically-acclaimed family clusterfuck MAD with the post-romance drama We Used To Know Each Other. With the strain of long distance weighing on them, Hugo (Hugo De Sousa) and Amanda...

Exclusive Trailer Premiere: I LOVE YOU I MISS YOU I HOPE I SEE YOU BEFORE I DIE, A Candid Observation

The emerging Danish filmmaker Eva Marie Rødbro will be unveiling her first feature-length documentary outing from the fringes of American society in late capitalism.

Now Streaming: THE MANDALORIAN Kicks Off Another Disney STAR WARS Era

Pedro Pascal allegedly stars in Jon Favreau's new series; Dave Filoni directed the first episode.

Review: CHARLIE'S ANGELS, Refashioning What Action Means

Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska star in the action-adventure, directed by Elizabeth Banks.

Review: WHITE SNAKE Slithers Splendidly Between Myth and Legend

Amp Wong and Ji Zhao directed the Chinese animated adventure.

70s Rewind: SCOOB! and FANTASY ISLAND Trailers Threaten to Twist Nostalgia

This is not for you. Growing up in the 1970s, I watched the animated cartoon series Scooby-Doo at times, but even as a youngster, I felt I was too old for its juvenile antics. A few years later, I watched...

Morbido 2019 Review: LUZ THE FLOWER OF EVIL Is A Gorgeous Act of Provocation

The sudden loss of a mother can extract a terrible psychological toll on any family - in any culture or any era. Consider Luz*: The Flower Of Evil, one of the most extreme cases in this regard. A widowed father,...

THE TOKOLOSHE Trailer: South African Myth Terrifies in New Trailer

Many cultures have creatures in their folklore that come at night, dispute sleep, and generally terrorize a person or a community to the point of madness. In Zulu mythology, that creature is the Tokoloshe, and in Jeremy Pikwane's feature debut...

KNIVES AND SKIN: New Trailer Cuts to the Moody Bone

A teenager disappears and no one knows what happened, except that it must be a living nightmare. Jennifer Reeder's moody noir Knives and Skin might draw comparisons to other modern noirs, such as Blue Velvet or Brick, but it walks...

Now in Theaters: BETTER DAYS Ahead, Maybe, Even For Murder Suspects

Jackson Yee and Zhou Dongyu star in the dramatic love story / thriller. Derek Kwok-Cheung Tsang directed.

New AUTOMATION Trailer Suggests Machines Are Definitely Not Your Friends

"He's firing a laser! We don't need that for shipping and receiving!" A new trailer for Garo Setian's sci-fi thriller/comedy Automation begins on a familiar, if unhappy note, as a slick new robot arrives at a giant warehouse. The robot...

THE INVISIBLE MAN Gets Scary in First Trailer

Just because no one else can see your ex-boyfriend doesn't mean he's not there. Especially when he abused you horribly, causing you to flee for your life, and to keep running, even after he reportedly killed himself. This is the...

Now Streaming: RE:BORN, Blood-Soaked, Throat-Gouging Mayhem

Japanese action star Tak Sakiguchi makes a welcome return to the screen in this stripped-down action thriller, now on Shudder.

Exclusive Trailer Premiere: SKIN WALKER, Chilling Terror

What evil lurks in the heart of Europe? Recently emerging from the post-production process, Skin Walker is a psychological horror film from Luxembourg/Belgium that explores a very particular mystery. It's haunted a woman named Regine from her childhood onward. When...

Irish Sci-Fi Horror SEA FEVER Lands U.S. Theatrical Release

Our own Jaime Grijalba Gomez found that director Neasa Hardiman's feature debut, Sea Fever, "immediately puts us in a hostile place, at least psychologically." (Read his recent review here from the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival.) Now the rest of us...