Giveaway: Win FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW On Blu-ray!

Time for a giveaway! Screen Anarchy has teamed up with the lovely folks at Universal Pictures Home Entertainment to host a giveaway of the brand new Blu-ray release of Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw! This wild science...

A Violent Killer Terrorizes Tamil Nadu In PSYCHO Teaser from Mysskin

Indian regional cinema is going through a genre craze right now, and the latest upcoming entry is director Mysskin's Psycho. Mysskin is one of Tamil Nadu's most iconoclastic filmmakers, equally admired by multiplex audiences and fans of less conventional cinema....

Arrow Video Announces January Releases, Bringing In 2020 Strong!

January may be a light month in terms of quantity for genre home video giant Arrow Video, but they are more than making up for it with quality. A pair of horrific releases on Blu-ray are sure to hit the...

The Taste Of Forbidden Love Is Bittersweet In The AAMIS (RAVENING) Trailer

The first trailer for Assamese director Bhaskar Hazarika's genre-defying Aamis (Ravening) has appeared online and it teases a love stoy unlike any you've ever seen. A young graduate student, played by newcomer Arghadeep Baruah, in the northeastern Indian state of...

Review: SAAND KI AANKH, Grannies Gunnin' For That Number One Spot

A pair of sharpshooting Indian grannies paint a target on Patriarchy's back in Saand Ki Aankh, a rousing Bollywood biopic from director Tushar Hiranandani. In the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, archaic old traditions die hard, and the ingrained...

Montreal Nouveau 2019: The Trailer For GHOST OF THE GOLDEN GROVES Only Hints At The Madness Within

With its North American premiere at Montreal's Festival du nouveau cinéma just a few days away on October 16th, the filmmakers at Cutting Chai Entertainment have given us the opportunity to share the trailer for their avant-garde horror story, Ghost...

Review: GREENER GRASS, Wildly Imaginative Suburban Satire

Imagine what hell might be spawned if David Lynch and Martha Stewart had a baby that they then gave to John Waters to raise, and you might be somewhere in the neighborhood of the genius that is Dawn Luebbe &...

Lund 2019 Review: HIS MASTER'S VOICE Finds György Pálfi In Stanislaw Lem's Sci-Fi Classic

A journalist attempts to track down his scientist father in this trippy adaptation of the Stanislaw Lem science fiction classic, His Master's Voice. Péter (Csaba Polgár) is a thirty-something on the cusp of fatherhood, but an incredibly fraught relationship with his...

Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: BUTT BOY Takes A Very Silly Premise Very Seriously

A sort of rite of passage for men of a certain age, one's first digital prostate exam can be a source of anxiety. But what if that cold, clinical finger up the bum was to set some desires stirring deep...

Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: THE DEATH OF DICK LONG, Tremendously Funny Backwoods Noir

When a filmmaker's breakout debut is a movie about a guy who finds and befriends a flatulent corpse, you know there are a few screws loose upstairs. Director Daniel Scheinert was one of the two Daniels responsible for 2016's divisive...

Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: THE GOLDEN GLOVE, A Powerfully Putrid Must-See Vision Of A Serial Killer In Full Bloom

Over the last several decades, several distinct sub-strains of serial killer films have presented themselves to more adventurous filmgoers. You have your detective stories like Zodiac or The Silence of the Lambs, in which the serial killer is little more...

Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: JOJO RABBIT, Taika Waititi's Absurdist Ode To Growing Up In Trying Times

Ten-year-old German boy Jojo Betzler (Roman Griffin Davis) wants nothing more than to join the Hitler youth and help to rid the fatherland of the Jew menace. By his side is his best friend, Hitler (Taika Waititi), or rather his...

Review: AD ASTRA A Feast Of Light, Sound, And Empathy In Outer Space

In the not too distant future the Earth is in dire straits. Massive pulses of energy originating from the edge of the galaxy have begun to put Earth's survivability in question, and the only person who can possibly do something...

Toronto 2019 Review: In JALLIKATTU, The Line Between Man And Beast Dissolves

A small village in the forests of rural Kerala is about to face down a terrifying beast when a buffalo bound for slaughter escapes and wreaks havoc on its lanes and the surrounding farmland. The seventh feature from Indian filmmaker...

Review: IT CHAPTER TWO, The Losers Go To Town On The Clown One Last Time

The biggest event horror film in a while, Andy Muschietti's It Chapter Two relies on scale and shock to keep its audience in their seats for its indulgent nearly three hour runtime, and for the most part it works. While...

Arrow Video Reveals November Lineup, You'll Buy These For A Dollar! (Or More)

November is going to be another expensive month for cult home video fans with today's announcement of their upcoming slate.  US and Canadian collectors can looks forward to new editions of Paul Verhoven's classic Robocop in both a regular and...

Review: ANGEL HAS FALLEN, AKA #fakenews The Movie

It seems only fitting that a film so intent on parroting right-wing conspiracy theories in the guise of entertainment should be just as transparent and incomprehensible as the people who proffer such theories to the public in real life. The...

ROCK 'N' ROLL HIGH SCHOOL Gets 40th Anniversary Upgrade From Shout! Factory This November

Hail! Hail! Rock 'n roll! In celebration of director Allan Arkush's seminal rock 'n roll opus, Rock 'n' Roll High School, starring the greatest band there ever was - RAMONES - home entertainment heroes Shout! Factory will be releasing a...

New Details Emerge For Alex de la Iglesia's DAY OF THE BEAST & PERDITA DURANGO From Severin Films

It was revealed yesterday in an interview conducted by ComingSoon.net with Blood & Flesh: The Reel Life and Ghastly Death of Al Adamson director David Gregory, that Gregory's company Severin Films would be releasing a pair of Spanish director Álex...

Australia Korean Fest 2019: Celebrating Ten Years of KOFFIA

The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) celebrates ten years this year, powered by the Cultural Office, the festival is a wonderful initiative to showcase not only great films, but promote Korean culture as a whole. With exciting special guests...