Festivals: Tribeca

Tribeca 2022 Review: FAMILY DINNER Serves Up Grim Lessons

Pia Hierzegger, Michael Pink and Nina Katlein star in director Peter Hengl's horror film from Austria. Read the review; watch the trailer.

Tribeca 2022 Review: HUESERA

Valerie and her partner Raul are trying to have their first child. While she appears convicted in this pursuit there is doubt rising. This is made even worse by her own mom and sister, questioning if she is ready for...

NEXT EXIT: Trailer, Key Art & Set Debut Ahead of Tribeca Premiere

Mali Elfman's horror/fantasy/dramady Next Exit will have it's world premiere at Tribeca Festival this Friday. The trailer, key art and key set were released today.

HUESERA First Teaser And Poster For Michelle Garza Cervera's Tribeca-Bound Horror

We got on the Huesera bandwagon early and not too long ago caught whiff that the first teaser for Michelle Garza Cervera’s debut feature film and Tribeca midnighter was really good. Our sources weren't lying.    In Huesera, Valeria's (Natalia...

A WOUNDED FAWN: Travis Stevens' New Horror Flick, a Shudder Original, to Premiere at Tribeca

Hey, cool beans. Travis Stevens, a friend to many here at Screen Anarchy will see his next film, A Wounded Fawn, have its world premiere at Tribeca this June. The latest from the director of Girl on the Third Floor...

ULTRASOUND Official Trailer: Rob Schroeder's Indie Sci-fi Coming This March

Driving home late at night during a heavy rainstorm, Glen experiences car trouble. Near where his car gets stuck, he spots a house, knocks on the door and is greeted by an oddly friendly middle-aged man, Arthur, and his younger...

SETTLERS Blu-ray Giveaway, Sofia Boutella Led Sci-fi on Blu-ray Next Week

Mankind's earliest settlers on the Martian frontier, llsa (Sofia Boutella) and Reza (Johnny Lee Miller) inhabit a desolate farmstead with their child Remmy (Brooklynn Prince and Nell Tiger Free). They work the land and shield their daughter from the dangers...

CLEAN: Official Trailer for Thriller from Paul Solet And Adrien Brody

Tormented by a past life, garbage man Clean (Adrien Brody) attempts a life of quiet redemption. But when his good intentions mark him a target of local crime boss (Glenn Fleshler), Clean is forced to reconcile with the violence of...

NO MAN OF GOD Blu-ray Giveaway

In 1980, Ted Bundy was sentenced to death by electrocution. In the years that followed, he agreed to disclose the details of his crimes, but only to one man. During the early days of the agency’s criminal profiling unit, FBI...

WE NEED TO DO SOMETHING Clip: Ozzy Osbourne or a Cute Puppy

Ah, this was a good scene. Here is a clip from Sean O'Grady's horror flick, We Need to do Something. In the clip Melissa and her brother, Bobby, think they're petting a cute dog that has come up to the...

NO MAN OF GOD: Official Trailer And Poster For Thriller Starring Elijah Wood And Luke Kirby

RLJE Films is wasting no time getting Amber Sealey's thriller No Man of God, starring Elijah Wood and Luke Kirby, into American cinemas after its world premiere at Tribeca. The thriller will continue to make appearances at other festivals around the...

Tribeca 2021 Review: ULTRASOUND, Indie Sci-fi Keeps You Guessing Right Until The Very End

Heading home during a heavy rainstorm, Glen’s car breaks down. He spots a house nearby and finds help from a chummy yet odd middle-aged man, Arthur, and his much younger wife, Cyndi. After a couple drinks and a warm shower,...

Tribeca 2021 Review: LARRY FLYNT FOR PRESIDENT, Eerily Prescient, Outlandish Time Capsule

Director Nadia Szold reconstructs Larry Flynt's infamous run for presidential nomination from never-before-seen archival footage. And it's stranger than fiction.

Tribeca 2021 Review: THE KIDS, Legacy of Larry Clark's KIDS Undone

Director Eddie Martin's documentary about the making of Larry Clark's cult classic unearths collective trauma, exploitation and victimhood.

Tribeca 2021 Review: Family Dynamics Reach a Horrific Breaking Point in Horror WE NEED TO DO SOMETHING

As a powerful storm tears through town Melissa and her family seek shelter in their bathroom. When the storm passes they realize they are trapped inside Melissa thinks that it is something that she and her girlfriend Amy did the...

Tribeca 2021 Review: CREATION STORIES, Musical Biopic Becomes Hilarious Psychedelic Fable

Ewen Bremner, Leo Flanagan and Richard Jobson star in a drug-fueled biopic, directed by Nick Moran, about the founder of the label behind Oasis.

Tribeca 2021 Review: Adrien Brody Wrestles With His Past in Paul Solet's Crime Thriller, CLEAN

Adrien Brody is Clean, a sanitation worker for the city of New York by night, a good neighbour by day. In his off time he rebuilds discarded electronics, cleans up empty houses and looks after Dianda, trying to protect her...

Tribeca 2021 Review: MY HEART CAN'T BEAT UNLESS YOU TELL IT TO, Vampire Horror, Family Drama

Patrick Fugit, Ingrid Sophie Schram and Owen Campbell star in a horror-thriller, directed by Jonathan Cuartas.

Tribeca 2021 Review: WEREWOLVES WITHIN, Horror-Comedy Done Gorily Right

“Good fences make good neighbors,” a long-dead, if still wise, American poet, Robert Frost, once said in probably his best-known, most popular poem, "Mending Walls." It’s a lesson only a few denizens of the fictional town of Beaverfield, Vermont in...

Tribeca 2021 Review: THE PHANTOM is a Cinematic True Crime Gem

With belching refinery towers against a setting sun being one of its singular widescreen images,  Patrick Forbes cinematic and highly emotional film The Phantom, at times feels like a lost season of HBO's True Detective. The documentary covers the tragic case...