Now Streaming: FOUR HANDS, Exacting Vengeance Swirls Out of Control

Frida-Lovisa Hamann and Friederike Becht star in writer/director Oliver Kienle's tricky psychological thriller.

Now on Home Video: In DISTURBING THE PEACE, Guy Pearce Picks Up His Gun Again

They roar into a small, quiet town on loud motorcycles. They wear sneers on their faces and tattoos on their bodies. They are bad people, who have not arrived just to eat breakfast and buy lawn ornaments. In Disturbing the...

Review: WEATHERING WITH YOU Takes Flight Into the Fantastical

Shinkai Makoto's followup to the smash-hit 'Your Name' takes an even more fantastical approach to a coming-of-age tale.


'Me and You and Everyone We Know' and 'Destry Rides Again' will also see release in April 2020 from the Criterion Collection.

Now on Home Video: PIRANHAS, Teens Turn to Crime, Just Because

Francesco Di Napoli stars in a stylish, unsettling crime drama, directed by Claudio Giovannesi.

AFTER WE LEAVE Trailer: First, Find Your Wife

Eager for a rare opportunity for a new life on a new planet, a man has only one obstacle to overcome: find his wife. The trailer for Aleem Hossain's debut feature, After We Leave, looks spare yet inviting, accompanied by...

Russian INVASION Trailer: The End Is Near

Fedor Bondarchuk's Attraction (2017) follows what happens after a ship from outer space crash lands on Earth. His sequel, Invasion, evidently spells doom for mankind. Back in 2005, Bondarchuk made a big splash with 9th Company, which I remember as...

Mads Mikkelsen to Star in RIDERS OF JUSTICE By Anders Thomas Jensen

Thrilling news: the great Mads Mikkelsen is reuniting with the great Anders Thomas Jensen for a new, dark comedy. Titled Riders of Justice, the film "follows Markus," according to Deadline, " who has to go home to his teenage daughter,...

BLOODSHOT: Vin Diesel Got Them Bloodshot Eyes in New Trailer

As I watched the latest trailer for the latest Vin Diesel-starring super-powered action-adventure, I began humming "Bette Davis Eyes" to myself. It's always a pleasure to see Guy Pierce on screen; he's certain to bring a measured humanity to his...

More BLACK WIDOW Video Action: Oscar Nominees At Work

What I love about a new, "special look" at Marvel's Black Widow is that it features three women who have all been recently nominated for Academy Awards, but it doesn't say that Oscar nominees will be kicking butt.  Scarlett Johannson (Marriage...

Now Streaming: THE MARSHES, Quiet Dread Leads to Bloody Horror

Dafna Kronental, Matthew Cooper and Sam Delich star; Roger Scott wrote and directed.

CIUDAD MALDITA Trailer: Never Let Them In!

Spooky, bloody, and chilling moments come fast in the trailer for a film from Korea, identified here by its Spanish-language title, Ciudad Maldita. Andes Films will be distributing in Europe, with a theatrical release set for February 13. The synopsis...

Now Streaming: TOGO, Of Dafoe and a Dog

Willem Dafoe and Julianne Nicholson star in the dramatic adventure, based on a true story. Ericson Core directed.

Now Streaming: ISKANDER: SHADOW OF THE RIVER, Murder Most Foul

Stéphane Caillard and Adama Niane star in a French-language crime thriller.

GRETEL & HANSEL Trailer, Poster: New Oz Perkins Horror

Beware any house that smells of cake. The newest fright film by Osgood "Oz" Perkins, Gretel & Hansel promises a grim version of a familiar old story. Perkins has certainly ignited a distinctive trail through the horror forest, beginning with...

Now Streaming: LUZ, Fractured Narrative, Disturbingly Precise

Tilman Singer's tale possesses Shudder.

Opening in Theaters: THE GRUDGE, Once More, With Menace

Andrea Riseborough, Demián Bichir, John Cho, Betty Gilpin, Lin Shaye and Jacki Weaver star in Nicolas Pesce's new version of Shimizu Takashi's original horror thriller.

A QUIET PLACE PART II Trailer: I Said, Shut Up!

Hollywood horror sometimes strikes gold, as with John Krasinski's A Quiet Place (2018), which maximized its concept and featured a sterling star performance by Emily Blunt. Blunt is back in the sequel, A Quiet Place Part II and the first...

Review: CUNNINGHAM, No Dancing Experience Required

Alla Kovgan's documentary explores the life, early work and pioneering art of dancer extraordinaire Merce Cunningham.

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...