GUNS AKIMBO Trailer: Goddess Help Him If He Needs to Urinate

Admit it. That's the first thing you would think about when you heard that a guy gets guns bolted to his hands. Never mind putting on clothes, opening doors, pulling anything out of your pockets. I expect especially for anyone...

Cinepocalypse Announces New Head Programmer, Opens Submissions

Though it's only been running for a few years, Cinepocalypse in Chicago has become a great stop on the genre film festival circuit. With great screenings and amazing guests, the festival has recently announced that Katie Rife is now Senior...

FIRST COW Trailer: Reichardt Returns to the Old West

Kelly Reichardt is one of America's greatest contemporary filmmakers; her understated yet powerful films (Rivers of Grass, Old Joy, Wendy & Lucy, among others) have examined the lives of the working class, the poor, the misfits, and the drifters in...

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...

Review: CATS. Cats? CATS????? CATS?!?!?! Cats.

As I watched Cats, the feature film adaptation of the wildly popular musical, I tried to imagine T.S. Eliot sitting next to me, possibly watching as I was, mouth slightly open, head slightly cocked, trying to figure out what exactly...

Review: BLACK CHRISTMAS, Ass-Kicking Horror Heroines for a New Generation

I wish I could explain to people how exhausting it is sometimes to be a woman. To know how much we have to explain and justify our very existence. How everything we say or do is met with scepticism at...

Review: KNIVES AND SKIN, Strange, Haunting and Quiet Horror

Knives & Skin, Jennifer Reeder's second feature film, is a 'noir' of many colours: part neo, part femme, part pastel; it will likely draws comparisons with Blue Velvet for it's oddball yet seedy town setting; Brick and a lot of...

NO TIME TO DIE Trailer Features Faces Old and New

Daniel Craig is back in what is his presumably his last outing as the ageless British spy James Bond, and it looks like a lot of people are along for the ride. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (Sin Nombre, True...

Review: THE TOKOLOSHE, South African Monster Haunts the Lonely

I'm fascinated by other cultures' mythologies of monsters: the boogeymen, the witches, demons of the air and sea, whatever lurks in the closets or under the beds or in the forests and byways to haunt and harm. According to the...

Review: KNIVES OUT, Masterful Whodunit & Political Satire

Daniel Craig leads an all-star cast in Rian Johnson's love letter to Classic Mysteries

Exclusive Clip: THE FARE Starts on an Eerie and Forboding Note

Deja-vu is certainly one of the weirder phenomena of the human brain. You're absolutely certain that some moment of your life has happened before, even though you know for a fact that it couldn't have. But what if it had?...

Calling All Filmmakers! Frontières Opens Call for Financing & Packaging Forum

Hey filmmakers! Do you have a feature-length genre film (horror, science fiction, fantasy, action, dark thriller), either narrative or documentary? Does it have at least 20% of its financing or a sales agent confirmed? Are the director and lead producer...

THE TOKOLOSHE Trailer: South African Myth Terrifies in New Trailer

Many cultures have creatures in their folklore that come at night, dispute sleep, and generally terrorize a person or a community to the point of madness. In Zulu mythology, that creature is the Tokoloshe, and in Jeremy Pikwane's feature debut...

Review: ADOPT A HIGHWAY, Ethan Hawke Shines in a Hopeful but Inconsistent Film

One of the many things that has always boggled my mind about the USA is the prison system, and its treatment of felons, from privatization of prisons, to not being able to vote upon release, to the 'three-strike-rule' that seemed...

Short Film LITTLE LAMB An Australian Twist on an Old Fairy Tale

Australian director Heidi Lee Douglas has been making waves for a few years with her shorts film: most recently with the eco-horror Devil Woman, which has been screening at numerous festivals for over a year. But she first came to...

Blood in the Snow 2019 Line-up Includes DEAD DICKS, HAPPY FACE, & PUPPET KILLER

Just before winter sets in, we need one last reason to get out of the house and celebrate all that is great and glorious in genre cinema before we start freezing our buts off. And what other way to celebrate...

SWALLOW, DANIEL ISN'T REAL, and MONUMENT Win Big at Brooklyn Horror

The great Brooklyn Horror Film Festival wound to a resounding close last night with its many accolades being dispered among its impressive film line-up. Best Feature went to Daniel Isn't Real (in the Horror competition) with Adam Egypt Mortimer also...

Montreal Nouveau 2019 Review: L.A. TEA TIME, The Journey is the Destination

All artists have their heroes: the ones whose work we admire, whose work likely inspired their own, and whom they would give a lot just to spend an hour with to better understand their hero and inspiration. Much of this...

Montreal Nouveau 2019 Review: ADORATION, Cupid is Dangerously Blind

British author Evelyn Waugh once wrote that there is a kind of love that children have before they know its meaning, something sweet and innocent, full of kindness and joy without facade or self-awareness. As children grow into teenagers, what...

Montreal Nouveau 2019: MONOS, Teenaged Soldiers Descent into Madness

For a long time, likely one of the few things most people knew about Colombia is that is was a country with a huge number of kidnappings. So many, in fact, that there was a radio show that ran for...