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Watch: Iwai Shunji's LAST LETTER Gets Affecting, Wispy Trailer

Describing the trailer for Iwai Shunji's Last Letter as "wispy" is meant in the sense that it is fine, light as air video that suggests something is more powerful and affecting than it might look.  More than 20 years ago,...

Sitges 2018 Review: 70 BIG ONES, Crime Thriller That Keeps You Guessing

While Spain is slowly emerging from the economic crisis of the early 2000s, it still hasn't recovered completely, and even the most skilled worker can face themselves with extreme circumstances for which they need money. A lot of it. Now....

EMPATHY, INC. Watch This Exclusive Clip From The Indie Sci-fi Thriller

Yedidya Gorsetman and Mark Leidner's nifty sci-fi thriller Empathy Inc. is screening at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival this weekend. By sheer coincidence Screen Anarchy also has an exclusive clip to share with you from that very film today. Have...

HIGH LIFE Trailer: Claire Denis and Robert Pattinson Get Space Madness

In Claire Denis' High Life, a group of criminals accept a mission in space to become the subjects of a human reproduction experiment. Things go from complicated to worse to hallucinogenic when a storm of cosmic rays hit their ship....

Vancouver 2018 Interview: Ron Mann Preserves Holy History in CARMINE STREET GUITARS

It may not sound like groundbreaking stuff - a quaint documentary about a custom guitar shop in the heart of Greenwich Village - but make no mistake, Ron Mann’s latest laid-back documentary, Carmine Street Guitars, is the most unassuming, sneakily...

Review: THUNDER ROAD, Funny, Messy, Cathartic, Downright Heartbreaking

Those fortunate enough to have seen Jim Cummings' Sundance winning short film, Thunder Road (2016), won't soon forget it. Some found it hilarious, some found it awkward, some found it hilariously awkward, perhaps in the vein of human train-wrecks like...

Sitges 2018 Review: KNIFE + HEART, Delightfully Queer, Sensuous and Cruel

An editor looks through reels of a gay porn film, making decisions about what to cut, with the image of a beautiful young man flashing before her. At the same time, this young man is at a club, surrounded by...

Review: LIYANA, Charming and Inspiring Stories That Need to be Told

Liyana documents the inspiring story of a young girl in rural Swaziland, whose parents die from AIDS, and whose little twin brothers are stolen by child traffickers after she and her frail grandmother are assaulted and abused. Liyana must then...

Now on Blu-ray: KING COHEN is Filled with Insane Stories

Larry Cohen has had a long, storied career. He started out as a writer in the 1950s, then became a director and producer a bit later. Cohen’s lengthy television career is explored here, revealing just how much influence and impact...

Lund Fantastic 2018 Review: LIVERLEAF, Teenage Drama and Stylized Violence Collide in a Messy Crash

Full disclosure, I am not familiar with the manga Liverleaf (or as it is called in Japan, Misumisô) was based upon. With that, I fear some of my criticisms may be pointed to the source material and not the film....

PET SEMATARY Trailer Should Please Stephen King Fans

Starry Eyes directors Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch have taken on a gargantuan task, not only adapting one of Stephen King's most beloved novels, Pet Sematary, but releasing it on the heels of IT, a success on all accounts and...

THE NIGHT COMES FOR US Trailer: Watch Joe Taslim Fight All of Jakarta. All of it!

Here you go kids, the trailer for Timo Tjahjanto's bloody tour de force, The Night Comes for Us. Wowing audiences on its limited festival run before it bows on Netflix on Friday, October 19th, just this little taste from the...

Lund Fantastic Film Festival Announces Winners of 24th Edition

Prior to ending its 24th edition with a closing night screening of Park Hoon-jung’s action thriller The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion, the Lund Fantastic Film Festival announced the winners of both its short and feature film competitions. The Méliès...

Review: AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS, When Your House Becomes a Strange Prison

A British family is confronted with their own worst fears during the holidays. Locked in their own house, they must rise to the occasion or cave in to the pressures of conformity. In Await Further Instructions, the Milgram family has...

Watch Exclusive NATHAN'S KINGDOM Clip: Do Angels Exist?

Set to screen at the rapidly-approaching Heartland International Film Festival, Nathan's Kingdom is described as a "dark fantasy, coming-of-age drama." The 'dark fantasy' element is what especially tips it into our sphere of interest, and we have an exclusive clip...

THE LURING: Trailer And Poster Debut For Psychological Thriller

We have been asked to debut the trailer and poster for Christopher Wells' debut feature film The Luring. You will also find a small selection of stills below as well.    The Luring is a psychological thriller about a man,...

CYBERSLAV Trailer: Fighting Old Evil With Old Slavic Cyberpunk

Evil Pirate Studio in Russia debuted a trailer for their upcoming animated film CyberSlav. Have a look below.    Dubbing it Old Slavic Cyberpunk the team behind the film, producer Stanislav Dmitriev with animation by Ilya Matveev, Ivan Petrov, and...

CINEMABILITY: THE ART OF INCLUSION: Ben Affleck on Interacting With People And Disabilities

We are going to take a quick detour from the usual international fare this morning. A rising chorus among movie goers has been for fair representation in all things film. In instances of potrayal of race to gender roles the...

GOOD OMENS: Armageddon is Coming in First Teaser For Adaptation of Gaiman And Pratchett Novel

The first trailer for Neil Gaiman's adaptation for Good Omens, the novel he wrote with Terry Pratchett, debuted at New York Comic Con today. Have a look.    Set to Queen's You're My Best Friend (because as Gaiman put it...

Vancouver 2018 Review: Hosada Returns with the Mesmerizing MIRAI

Part Alice in Wonderland, part A Christmas Carol, Hosada's latest film is as charming and moving as his other works--and perhaps even more beautifully animated.