Chattanooga Film Fest 2020 Announces First Wave, SYNCHRONIC To Open, 65 DAYS OF STATIC Event To Close

The Chattanooga Film Festival has made quite a name for itself in the genre film fest world in a relatively short period of time. By bringing together not only the latest films making waves at other events around the world,...

Review: COME AS YOU ARE, A Surprising Underdog Love Story

Grant Rosenmeyer, Hayden Szeto, Ravi Patel and Gabourey Sidibe star in Richard Wong's comedy-drama.

Trailer: Hyper-Violent Korean Action Film THE WITCH: SUBVERSION Finally Arrives In North America This March

Our friends at Texas-based film distributor Well Go USA have just announced a North American home video release date of March 10th for one of my favorite films of 2018, director Hoon-jung Park's super-violent science fiction action thriller, The Witch: Subversion...

Trailer: Tiger Shroff Dance-Fights An Entire Nation In BAAGHI 3

Look. I'm going to be real with you. I truly believe that Tiger Shroff is the worst thing to happen to Bollywood in the last decade. And yet, somehow he keeps making blockbusters. His newest attack on common sense and...

Review: BIRDS OF PREY, Glitter And Gloss, Giggles And Gore, Gunpowder Girl Power, All This And More

Some break-ups are rougher than others. For a woman like Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie, reprising her role from the spectacular disaster that was Suicide Squad), this break up is rougher than most. Formerly the Joker's right hand, at the opening...

Now Streaming: DOGS DON'T WEAR PANTS, Darkly Comic Grief

Pekka Strang stars in Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää's film, which navigates the emotional minefield of grief.

Sundance 2020 Review: IMPETIGORE, Indonesia's Pre-Colonial Traditions Terrify In Joko Anwar's Latest

After being attacked at her job as a toll booth operator by a frenzied stranger, Maya (Tara Basro) retreats into her new job working at a discount clothing stall to try to separate herself from the trauma of the experience....

Arrow Video Hits The Bullseye This April With Mastorakis, Tsukamoto, '80s Comedy, WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE!, And HAGAZUSSA

Arrow Video has delivered their April 2020 lineup and it's a corker!  After digging in to the Nico Mastorakis catalog with Island of Death, Zero Boys, and Hired To Kill in the past few years, they continue to unearth long...

Review: BAD BOYS FOR LIFE, These Bad Boys Are Now Grumpy Old Men

It's not an easy thing to pick up a franchise sixteen years after the last entry, especially when so much has changed in the interim. The two Bad Boys films left inedible marks on their times, with the first film...

Discover The Iconic Horror Art of Graham Humphreys In The New Book, HUNG, DRAWN, AND EXECUTED

For over forty years Grapham Humphreys has been a fixture on the UK horror scene as an artist and designer. From his original iconic designs for Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead and Dan O'Bannon's The Return of the Living Dead,...

Review: VHYES, A Jolt Cola Induced Surreal Flashback To The Analog Days Of Yore

The '80s were a wild time to grow up. Technology blooming all around us in new and bizarre ways created entire new types of obsession for adolescents. The mass proliferation of home recording devices gave rise to the VHS tape...

Review: UNDERWATER, Monsters Stalk A Drilling Rig At The Bottom Of The Ocean

There's nothing quite as terrifying as the unknown. For centuries scientists and fiction writers have speculated about the mysterious realms beyond our terrestrial homes, both above and below the surface. There is something about the darkness of space and the...

J Hurtado's 13 Favorite Indian Films of 2019

As we enter a new year full of promise and endless numbers of amazing cinematic possibilities, it's only right that we take a look back to remember what made 2019 a great year at the movies. This past year marked...

ScreenAnarchy's Top Ten Films of 2019

As 2019 comes to an end, ScreenAnarchy’s global team of critics and cineastes weighs in with our favourite cinematic offerings from the past 12 months, which saw Netflix lead the charge for cementing the legitimacy of the streaming platforms, while...

Early Jodorowsky Box, THE PASSION OF DARKLY NOON, and BEYOND THE DOOR From Arrow Video March 2020!

Arrow Video goes for the metaphysical jugular this coming March with a trip of amazing looking releases that already have me drooling and checking my couch cushions for cash. First up in an incredible box set of early films from...

Now Streaming: Tamil New Wave Classic, SUBRAMANIAPURAM, On Amazon Prime Video

Over the last decade and a half, the Tamil language film industry in South India has made a worldwide impression as the place to go for gritty gangster films and other content-driven projects. Not only have the filmmakers, like Vetri...

Kolkata 2019 Review: DEVI AUR HERO, A Feminist Revenge Tale With A Twist

Up and coming Indian filmmaker Aditya Kripalani has carved out an interesting niche for himself in his short but prolific career behind the camera. At first a novelist, in 2017 he turned to filmmaking by adapting his own novel, Tikli...

Review: SURFER: TEEN CONFRONTS FEAR, When Passion Meets Madness You Must Not Look Away

Great art often says more about the artist than it does about its subject. That may be the only thing that Surfer: Teen Confronts Fear has in common with great art. Written, directed, produced, scored by, and starring Douglas Burke,...

Stuff Gets Spooky In Indian Horror Anthology GHOST STORIES New Trailer

In what has become a fruitful collaborative partnership, four of India's top directors have come together to create a brand new horror anthology for Netflix called Ghost Stories. Filmmakers Karan Johar (Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham), Dibakar Banerjee (Shanghai, Detective Byomkesh...

Trailer: Ram Gopal Varma's ENTER THE GIRL DRAGON Introduces A New High Kicking Heroine

The time has come for bad boy director Ram Gopal Varma to finally tackle one of the few genres he's never tried, martial arts action. Deceptively - and dishonestly - advertised as "India's First Martial Arts Film", Enter the Girl...