Now Streaming: WARRIORS OF FUTURE, Bravery Amidst Alien Creatures and Robots

Louis Koo, Lau Ching-Wan and Carina Lau star in a sci-fi summer smash from Hong Kong, now streaming worldwide on Netflix.

SKINAMARINK: Shudder Acquires Creepy Canadian Horror Flick

Two children wake up in the middle of the night to find their father is missing, and all the windows and doors in their home have vanished.

ALIENOID Blu-ray Giveaway From Well Go USA

Our friends at Texas-based specialty distrbutor Well Go USA have been gracious enough to provide Screen Anarchy with three copies of Korean sci-fi action gem, Alienoid, for giveaway this week! Somehow the film managed to slip through our fingers when...

Sound And Vision: Albert Pyun

In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week we look at Ice-T's Always Wanted to Be A Ho, directed by Albert Pyun, seen here posing on the left of...

Review: WOMEN TALKING, Director Sarah Polley Breaks Out

Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jesse Buckley, Ben Whishaw, and Frances McDormand star in the excellent feminist film.

Now Streaming: SLOW HORSES, More Than a Brisk Trot

Gary Oldman and Jack Lowden star in the captivating spy series. Season 2 debuts globally today on Apple TV+.

Review: TROLL, Waking a Sleeping Monster

Directed by Roar Uthuag, the action-adventure stars Ine Marie Wilmann, Kim Falck, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen and Gard B. Eidsvold. Now streaming on Netflix.

Arrow Unwraps THE LEECH And More Holiday Treats This December

Hard to believe that we're here, it's December already. Our attention has turned to the holidays and preparing for Christmas and New Years. When you're all spent and done after long day of shopping or partied out it's time to...

Review: VIOLENT NIGHT, Die Hard With a Christmas Vengeance

On an event-free morning, afternoon, or possibly evening, longtime friends, high-school classmates, and screenwriting partners Pat Casey and Josh Miller (Sonic the Hedgehog I and II) turned to each other and simultaneously said: “What if Die Hard … but with...

Review: A WOUNDED FAWN, Blood and Freakiness Abound

Director Travis Stevens spins a mesmerizing tale of horror, starring Josh Ruben and Sarah Lind, now streaming on Shudder and AMC+.

HIGH HEAT Exclusive Clip: Whose Blood is That?

An ex-KGB operative turned chef, Ana is targeted by the local mafia in a hit on her new restaurant to collect on her husband's debt.

Trailer for COCAINE BEAR. Need We Say More?

How about it stars Keri Russell (The Americans), Margo Martindale (The Americans), Ray Liotta in one of his last roles (Goodfellas), Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story), O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Straight Outta Compton), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family), and Brooklynn...

Review: NR. 10, Mysterious, Diabolical, Delectable, Quite Wonderful

A new film by writer/director Alex van Warmerdam ('Borgman'), starring Tom Dewispelaere, Frieda Barnhard and Hans Kesting.

Review: THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER, Just the Right Level of Creepiness

It might be something bred into us when we're in the womb: a need to please our parents. Or at least, to have some kind of effect on them. The memory of how we either succeeded or failed can haunt...

Review: THE HARBINGER, Smart, Resonant, Scary

If there’s one thing that has shown the interconnectedness of humanity in the last few years, it is the global Covid-19 pandemic. While responses may have been different in different regions, virtually every person on the planet was forced to...

Albert Pyun, Legend of the Silver Screen, Is Dead

Filmmaker Albert Pyun has died, according to Variety and other sources. He was 69. Our friend Swarez, a past contributor to our site, shared the photo above when Pyun announced his early retirement from filmmaking due to health issues. Swarez...

Sound And Vision: Mary Lambert

In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week we look at Madonna's Like a Prayer, directed by Mary Lambert. Mary Lambert is a great director, one whose career has...

Review: THE MENU Expertly Balances Humor and Horror

Hungry for social satire? The Menu is pretty palatable. It follows other recent films pitting the rich against the poor: Ready or Not (2019), The Platform (2019), and Triangle of Sadness (2022) are three examples that do it well. If...

Review: WHITE NOISE, Calculated Comedic Chaos and Commentary

Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig tune in for Noah Baumbach's existential ride.

Review: LEONOR WILL NEVER DIE, Cheerful Tribute to Classic Asian Action Movies

It's a very fine line to walk when your film is metatextual; movies about the making of a movie, particularly the movie that's being made, means understanding the language of cinema deeply enough to make the references without killing the...