THE VISITOR Redbox Code Giveaway

When Robert and his wife Maia move to her childhood home, he discovers an old portrait of his likeness in the attic - a man referred to only as 'The Visitor'. Soon he finds himself descending down a frightening rabbit hole in an attempt to discover the true identity of his mysterious doppelgänger, only to realize that every family has its own terrifying secrets.

RED RIVER ROAD: Watch This Exclusive Clip From This Lockdown-Era Indie Horror Thriller

There was likely something very cathartic about shooting a horror thriller during lockdown where the characters in the film begin to breakdown after possibly contracting a virus via the web. We imagine it gave those involved the chance just to...

New York 2022 Review: STARS AT NOON, Rum, Sweat and Rain Soak Love Story in Global South

Directed by Claire Denis, the political-intrigue drama stars Margaret Qualley and Joe Alwyn.

Review: OPERATION SEAWOLF, One Last Mission

Dolph Lundgren stars in a desperate World War II submarine drama, directed by Steven Luke. Frank Grillo also stars.

New York 2022 Review: SAINT OMER, Chimeric Women in Powerful Courtroom Drama

Director Alice Diop is making a powerful statement, about the highly patriarchal society, colonialism, racism, and women's rights, both subtly and unsubtly.

Sound And Vision: Romain Gavras

In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week we look at Kanye West and Jay Z's No Church In the Wild directed by Romain Gavras. Romain Gavras, the son...

Guillermo del Toro Opens his CABINET OF CURIOSITIES with Trailer & First Images

If you were one of the lucky people who got a chance to see the exhibit of Guillermo del Toro's curiosities collections, you might have an idea of the kind of stories in his new television show. The anthology will...

THE GUEST ROOM Exclusive: New Trailer And Poster For Italian Thriller

The morning Stella decides to take her own life, a stranger knocks at her door claiming the guest room he booked for the night.

Review: BANDIT, Robbing Banks For Fun and Profit

Josh Duhamel, Elisha Cuthbert, Nestor Carbonell and Mel Gibson star in the amiable tale of a record-breaking bank robber, directed by Allan Ungar.

THE ELDERLY (VIEJOS): Final Trailer For Spanish Supernatural Horror Flick

Octogenarian who enters into a state of dementia after the sudden suicide of his wife, sparking a series of paranormal events that will put his family's lives at risk.

Review: BROS, Make Your Own Love Story

Bros is a something of an atypical film for ScreenAnarchy to cover. But then again, we've never seen a film quite like Bros. It's a mainstream, queer, romantic comedy, made by the queer community, with the queer community, and for...

Review: THE GREATEST BEER RUN EVER, A Lesson in Timeliness

Zac Efron stars in a Vietnam War comedy from director Peter Farrelly that strains to be taken seriously, streaming on Apple TV+.

SLASH /BACK Trailer: Indigenous Sci-fi Horror Coming to The U.S. in October

Nyla Innuksuk's Indigenous Sci-fi horror is coming to U.S. theaters, On Digital and On Demand October 21, 2022.

Review: VESPER, Dark Fairy Tale With Rapidly Rising Body Count

Directed by Kristina Buozyte and Bruno Samper, the eco-punk post-apocalyptic story stars Eddie Marsan and Raffiella Chapman in what is essentially a fairy tale with high production values.

SATAN'S SLAVES: COMMUNION is Coming to Shudder in November!

After moving from their home to an apartment building, a new terror awaits. Joko Anwar's Terrifying Sequel to Satan's Slaves is Set Premiere Friday, November 4

Venice 2022 Review: SKIN DEEP, A Melancholic Exploration of Gender Identity

Director Alex Schaad's feature-length debut uses the subtle sci-fi concept of body-swapping to explore gender identity and body dysmorphia.

Trieste Science+Fiction Festival 2022: Second Wave With VESPER And THE ARTIFICE GIRL Balanced Out by Grindhouse Antics of MAD HEIDI

Exciting times in Italy these days. No, we're not talking about the swing to the right this past weekend, we're talking about the second wave of titles for the Trieste Science+Fiction Festival!    As the festival gears up for its...

Slash 2022 Review: Melies d'argent Shorts, A Mosaic of Story Delights

As readers know, I'm a champion of the unsung gems of any film festival - the shorts. It's not just about filmmakers' calling cards, it's a film form too often forgotten. Given how we're inundated more with shorter forms via...

Sound And Vision: Andrew Dominik

In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week we look at Crowded House's Fall At Your Feet, directed by Andrew Dominik. Andrew Dominik's newest film Blonde will be released...