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Review: FAST COLOR, Superpowers Are Not Enough

Gugu Mbatha-Raw stars in Julia Hart's dramatic new film, which asks significant questions in quiet, often mesmerizing fashion.

CHILD'S PLAY Trailer: Hear Mark Hamill Voice the Killer Doll in Studio Reboot

Here is the second trailer for Orion Pictures' Child's Play film, directed by Polaroid's Lars Klevberg.   This is the first time we get to hear veteran voice actor (among other things, wink) Mark Hamill voice the killer doll since...

Review: UNDER THE SILVER LAKE, Contemporary Straight White Male Gaze, Defined

Andrew Garfield stars in David Robert Mitchell's half-baked, superficial story.

HOBBS & SHAW Trailer: Big, Loud and Fun Spectacle is Coming in August

Here is the new trailer for Hobbs & Shaw, and it looks awesome.    When the formula works boy howdy does it work. Really, if you are not familiar with money making machine that is the Fast & Furious franchise...

Review: TEEN SPIRIT, A Middling Teenager Drama of Angst & Success

The proliferation of reality TV talent contests seem to have given young people (and older people) a false idea of what it means to have artistic talent: mainly, that you don't. All you need to do is win a contest...

Review: HAGAZUSSA, Hurt and Beauty in Little Deaths

Directed by Lukas Feigelfeld, the film features visceral and unforgiving terrors.

Review: GRASS, Cynical, Delicious Coffee Shop Vignettes

Kim Minhee stars in director Hong Sangsoo's latest human comedy.

Review: INSTANT DREAMS, Chemicals As a Starting Point

Willem Baptist's film explores the magic, science and wonder of Polaroid photos and an array of devoted followers.

THE OBSESSED: Exclusive NSFW Clip And Images From New Extreme Horror Film

Italian director Domiziano Cristopharo (A Taste of Phobia and Ill) is preparing to shop a new project called The Obsessed at the Marche du Film at Cannes next month.    I do not know how much extreme horror the market...

70s Rewind: DOMINIQUE, A Man Out of Time

What, exactly, was Cliff freakin' Robertson doing in the 1970s?

WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE Trailer Brings Shirley Jackson's Final Work to Life

If you need a measure of weirdness to brighten up your day, look no further than this trailer for We Have Always Lived in the Castle. Superbly faithful to Shirley Jackson’s singular vision, Stacie Passon’s adaptation is a must-see for...

STAR WARS Episode 9 Teaser

Entitled Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Not sure about the title. But I am sure about Billy Dee Williams being back and awesome. Here it is....

DEAD TEENAGER SEANCE: Watch The Trailer For Brazilian Horror Comedy Short Film

Dead Teenager Seance, the horror comedy short film from Dante Vescio and Rodrigo Gasparini is making the festival rounds, playing in Brussels this week(ish). Yesterday they released the trailer for it, which you will find below.    A group of...

Trailer: Joko Anwar Is Back With Comic Adaptation, GUNDALA, A Super Vigilante Spectacular

If there is a short list of filmmakers we've followed here at Screen Anarchy since the very beginning, Indonesia's Joko Anwar would easily be near the top. From his beginnings in comedy, through his adventures in noir, fantasy, and horror,...

Review: MASTER Z: IP MAN LEGACY, What's Wrong With Vengeance

Wire-fu master Yuen Woo-ping directs Max Zhang in a superlative martial arts action drama, also starring Michelle Yeoh and Dave Bautista.

Now on Blu-ray: LIFECHANGER Is One Of The Year's Biggest Indie Genre Surprises

Canadian filmmaker Justin McConnell's latest feature, Lifechanger, is a fascinating and engaging piece of science fiction/horror that succeeds far beyond its limited means in delivering an unusual experience for film fans looking for some brains with their body horror. The...

Review: This HELLBOY May Be Fresh Out Of The Inferno, But He's Still Half-Baked

Neil Marshall directs David Harbour and Milla Jovovich in this comic reboot.

Exclusive IN A NEW YORK MINUTE Clip: Angel Shoots

Ahead of its upcoming world premiere, an enticing clip from In A New York Minute raises our hopes. Even though I am sorely tempted to dust off all the street patter I learned from my days in New York City,...

Review: LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, Audacious and Unforgettable

Huang Jue and Tang Wei star in Bi Gan's sophomore effort, which doesn't disappoint.

HIGH ON THE HOG: Sid Haig Stars in Grindhouse Horror Comedy

Indican Pictures has picked up the distribution rights to Tony Wash’s High on the Hog, a horror comedy with a decidedly grinhouse edge. The film stars Sid Haig (3 From Hell), Joe Estevez (Public Enemy) and Robert Z’dar (Maniac Cop...