Arrow Video Reveals Awesome February 2019 Lineup!

Arrow Video, the international gold standard for cult and genre home video distributors, has revealed their February 2019 release lineup and it looks like it's going to be another expensive month for film collectors. February's releases include classic '70s horror...

Review: ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE, Fantastic, Toe-Tapping Terror

What do you get when you mash up High School Musical, Shaun of the Dead, and The Nightmare Before Christmas? The answer is director John McPhail's brilliant new Christmastime zombie musical, Anna and the Apocalypse, one of the most joyful...

Review: Shankar's 2.0 Cranks Up The Crazy, But Forgets To Make Us Care

It's been a little over eight years since Shankar and Rajinikanth's masterclass of cinematic insanity Enthiran created a small viral whirlwind with its over the top science fiction action and disregard for logic. The film made a buttload of money...

Giveaway: It's Time To Get Weird With PERVERSION STORY and BLOODLUST From Mondo Macabro!

Mondo Macabro is one of the most exciting and adventurous home video labels in the world today. They regularly dig up the most obscure oddities from around the world and cult movie fans are all the richer for their efforts....

Now on Blu-ray: Brad Bird Does It Again In INCREDIBLES 2

The Parr Family is back in action in Incredibles 2, the long awaited sequel to Brad Bird's fan favorite Pixar film from 2004. This next chapter in the saga of Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, and their super children picks up right...

Pretty Packaging: THE BIG LEBOWSKI Limited Edition Gift Set Really Ties The Room Together

On the occasion of it's 20th anniversary, Universal Pictures have released The Coen Brothers' classic The Big Lebowski on 4K UHD for the first time. The disc made it to stores last month, but a bit of traveling on my...

Trailer: Turkish Action-Fantasy Netflix Series THE PROTECTOR Looks Wild

A few days ago Netflix dropped the trailer for its upcoming Turkish fantasy action series, The Protector. The series, starring Çagatay Ulusoy as Hakan, the titular protector, as a man given supernatural powers by a mysterious talisman. These powers translate into...

Mumbai 2018 Dispatch: Wrapping Up, Masterclass With Sean Baker, And Awards Aplenty

The 20th edition of the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star wrapped up on November 1st, and after about 48 hours of travel and 8 hours of sleep total in the days since, we're finally ready to put the...

Mumbai 2018 Dispatch: Strong Selections Prompt Insane Demand, Focus On Women Continues

We are now reaching the home stretch of the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival, and the strong selections presented by the curators have led to demand beyond what the team was expecting, which has presented new challenges for everyone. In...

Now On Blu-ray: Win A Copy Of The Massive UNIVERSAL CLASSIC MONSTERS: COMPLETE 30-FILM COLLECTION From Screen Anarchy!

We've been lucky to host some pretty amazing giveaways over the years, but this Halloween, Universal has helped us to provide an amazing prize for one lucky reader. Back in August they released a massive 21-disc, 30-film complete set of...

Mumbai 2018 Dispatch: India Spreads Its Wings With Strong Showings At MAMI

The 20th edition of Mumbai's flagship film event, Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star, kicked off on Thursday evening with a blessedly brief, but star-studded opening ceremony at the Gateway of India in the southern part of the city....

Review: THE DARK Exists in an Unusual Space

There is a monster inside of all of us. A monster made out of pain, frustration, and fear. A monster fed by neglect, trauma, and anger that rears its ugly head when we get tired of fighting. In director Justin...

Mumbai 2018 Preview: 15 Films To Catch At India's Biggest Film Fest

The 20th edition of India's biggest film event, the Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star (a bit of an unwieldy name that folks usually shorten to "MAMI"), opens this Friday October 26th, with one of its most expansive line...

Now on Blu-ray: The Good, The Great, & Gotti; EIGHTH GRADE, UNCLE DREW, SOLO, and GOTTI

Time to do a little bit of catching up on the home video front. Below you'll find some brief thoughts on four recent Blu-ray releases: Bo Burnham's Eighth Grade, Charles Stone III's Uncle Drew, Ron Howard's Solo: A Star Wars...

Review: HALLOWEEN, Michael Myers Is Back For Laurie Strode In This High Profile Retcon

Forty years after that immortal Halloween night in 1978, the butcher of Haddonfield returns to finish the job he started in David Gordon Green's Halloween. The co-writer and director reunites the original stars of John Carpenter's iconic slasher cycle starter...

Gallery: Behind The Scenes of Cult Fave DAVE MADE A MAZE, In Japanese Cinemas This Friday

On the tail of a successful festival run, US home video release, and an upcoming home video release through Arrow Films in the UK, director Bill Watterson's incredible cult oddity Dave Made a Maze has scored a theatrical release in...

Now On Blu-ray: East Asia Brings The Weirdness With SUFFERING OF NINKO, AS THE GODS WILL, and BLEEDING STEEL

A trio of recent releases provides further gives proof that East Asian filmmakers know how to get weird better than almost anyone. Find our thoughts below on the bizarre trio of director Niwatsukino Norihiro's monk-rotica Suffering of Ninko (Third Window...

Review: BAD TIMES AT THE EL ROYALE, Crime Thriller With A Split Personality

There are at least two sides to every story, and writer/director Drew Goddard uses that conceit to craft a meticulously told tale of crime and punishment in Bad Times at the El Royale. This twisty, turny tale of mischievous double...

Review: VENOM, A Cleaned Up, Toned Down, Baffling Misfire

Over the past two decades very few Marvel supervillains have been as visible to non-comic enthusiasts as Spider-Man's nemesis, Venom. Since his introduction to the world at large in The Amazing Spider-Man #300, the evil black goop from outer space...

Review: HEAVY TRIP, Sweet, Heavy-Metal Black Comedy

Of all the things I imagined Heavy Trip would be, "sweet" was not one of the adjectives that would've immediately jumped to mind before watching this utterly charming shaggy dog story of a band chasing a dream they never really...