Sundance 2022 Review: HATCHING, The Unbearable Weight Of Impossible Eggs-pectation

First time feature director Hanna Bergholm goes for broke in Hatching, a standout film in this year’s Sundance Midnight lineup. With a solid selection of thrillers and straight forward horrors, Hatching is definitely a contender for the weirdest film at...

Sundance 2022 Review: SPEAK NO EVIL, When Being Polite Goes Horribly Wrong

Some people - your humble critic included - can find it very difficult to say no in social situations. Extricating oneself from uncomfortable circumstances can be a challenge, especially when it seems like the end of the unease is in...

Review: NEW YORK NINJA, Goofy Action, Genuine Heart

It was probably the moment in New York Ninja in which the titular vigilante digs a bullet out of his chest with a custom engraved "N Y Ninja" throwing star that truly made me think, "Yeah, this is the good...

Russian Fantasticka! Deaf Crocodile Announces Acquisition Of Three Rare Russian Classics

Relative newcomers to the niche distribution scene, Deaf Crocodile, yesterday announced the acquisition - with distribution partners, Seagull Films - of three rare Russian fantasy classics, new 4K restorations of Aleksandr Ptushko's Ilya Muromets (The Sword & the Dragon) (1956)...

Review: SCREAM, A Rousing Return To Woodsboro

Welcome back to Woodsboro, after a lull of ten years since the events of Scream 4, the site of the original Ghostface murders once again finds its streets running red in the fifth installment of the series that changed big...

Review: KING CAR, A Big, Wild Swing

Okado do Canal, Jules Elting, and Matheus Nachtergaele star in a sci-fi thriller from Brazil, directed by Renata Pinheiro.

ScreenAnarchy's Top 10 Films of 2021

Hi All, here at ScreenAnarchy we are wishing you the best for 2022! And with the previous year now in the past, let us make a tally of what movies we liked most in 2021. Everyone here was encouraged to...

Review: THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS, An Acutely Meta Evolution of the Paradigm Shattering Classic

Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II star in an action adventure, directed by Lana Wachowski, and opening exclusively in movie theaters.

March 2022 Arrow Video: You'll Buy These For A Dollar! ROBOCOP 4K UHD Leads Impressive Release Lineup

Arrow Video goes from strength to strength next March with long-requested UHD upgrades and some several other amazing offerings in yet another stunning lineup announcement. Paul Verhoeven's Robocop makes its 4K UHD debut across the US/UK/CA with this new limited...

New Action-Packed AJAGAJANTHARAM Promo Teases A "Festival Of Chaos"

Last week we got our first look at Tinu Pappachan's upcoming holiday release, Ajagajantharam. With the cinema opening less than two weeks away, the team has dropped a second, even more exciting promo on us, teasing a "festival of chaos"...

Trailer: BAAHUBALI Director Returns With RRR, An Explosion Of Action

In April of 2017, a regional Indian film called Baahubali made worldwide entertainment headlines when it opened in the US box office top five. While this was a complete shock for film pundits in America, Indian film fans werevery familiar...

Veteran Fest Pros Announce Kani Releasing, Asian Focused Boutique Home Video Label

Veteran film pros Ariel Esteban Cayer (Fantasia) and Pearl Chan (Good Move Media) today announced the launch of their new boutique home video label, Kani Releasing. The distrbutor will focus on bringing classic and contemporary Asian cinema to North American...

Review: SILENT NIGHT, A Catastrophic Christmas

Not all is as it seems when families and old friends meet up in the picturesque English countryside to enjoy what will turn out to be a revelatory last Christmas supper together, but there's something they know that we don't...

Trailer: AJAGAJANTHARAM, Get Ready For A Festival Of Nonstop Action

Blasting out of India's current cinema hotspot of Kerala, Tinu Pappachan's Ajagajantharam is ready to knock the action movie world on its ass. A student and collaborator of Jallikattu director, Lijo Jose Pellissary, Pappachan has worked for years as an...

DOC NYC 2021 Review: ONCE UPON A TIME IN UGANDA, The Unlikeliest Success Story In Action Cinema

The greatest cinematic surprises often come from the unlikeliest beginnings. In the case of Cathryne Czubek's Once Upon a Time in Uganda, those beginnings are the slums of Wakaliga, Kampala, Uganda. The humble origin story of Wakaliwood and its ever...

Review: THE FEAST, Astonishingly Elegant Folk Horror

Annes Elwy, Nia Roberts and Julian Lewis Jones star in a Welsh horror movie, directed by Lee Haven Jones, opening November 19 in theaters and Digital / VOD.

Severin Films To Ring In 2022 With A Warning: DON'T GO IN THE HOUSE Or Face DELIRIUM

L.A based cult film distributors Severin Films today announced a duo of Video Nasties from the dawn of the home video revolution for release in January of 2022. First up is Joseph Ellison's notorious fire hazard, Don't Go In the...

Arrow Video January '22 Means More Bava & Masumura, MANGLER, & SLEEP All Coming to Blu

Another quality month of releases awaits cult film fans this coming January from Arrow Video. First up for the US/UK/CAN territories is a long awaited Blu-ray of Mario Bava's final feature, Shock, along with Michael Venus' Sleep, and Masumura Yasuzo's...

Review: HALLOWEEN KILLS Wants You To Believe It's About Something. It Isn't.

Let's just get this out of the way: Halloween Kills is bad. While there are innumerable factors contributing to whether or not your particular experience of the latest entry in this series is positive or negative, the baseline is that...

Nightstream 2021 Review: KING CAR, A Car For The People

A mechanical messiah promises to bring power to the people of Brazil after new legislation threatens the livelihoods of the proletariat in Renata Pinheiro's painfully topical King Car (Carro Rei).  Uno (Luciano Pedro, Jr.) has always had a way with...