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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...

Blu-ray Review: HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, a Fun Product of Its Time

The 1999 remake of William Castle’s (1959) House on Haunted Hill by William Malone was a very strange film, and not one I’d seen in a long time, possibly since its video store days. Going back, its quite “Nineties,” down...

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...

Blu-ray Review: MY MAN GODFREY Gets Spruced up by Criterion

With the Great Depression in full effect, the eloquent and witty Godfrey (William Powell) quickly and hilariously goes from “forgotten man” to “my man.”  The possessor in question is Irene Bullock (Carole Lombard), the youngest and least abrasive woman of...

Criterion in January 2019: MIKEY AND NICKY, 4 MONTHS, 24 FRAMES, NOTORIOUS, IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT

The new calendar year brings a quintet of anguished delights for home video cinephiles from the Criterion Collection. Yes, what better way to recuperate from the expected winter holiday hangovers than by settling back and reassessing your life by watching...

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...

PET SEMATARY Trailer Should Please Stephen King Fans

Starry Eyes directors Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch have taken on a gargantuan task, not only adapting one of Stephen King's most beloved novels, Pet Sematary, but releasing it on the heels of IT, a success on all accounts and...

Giveaway: Win a FIRST MAN Annotated Screenplay!

Following their six-time Academy Award-winning La La Land, director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling have re-teamed for Universal Pictures' First Man (review), the riveting story behind the first manned mission to the moon. ScreenAnarchy is proud to present readers...

Review: FIRST MAN, Incredibly Cinematic and Nerve-Wracking

Damien Chazelle has not disappointed. Now onto his third excellent feature in a row, safe-hands Chazelle seems to be on a roll that knows no bounds -- and in many ways, First Man is a perfect, meteoric success. Perhaps Chazelle's...

CINEMABILITY: THE ART OF INCLUSION: Ben Affleck on Interacting With People And Disabilities

We are going to take a quick detour from the usual international fare this morning. A rising chorus among movie goers has been for fair representation in all things film. In instances of potrayal of race to gender roles the...

GOOD OMENS: Armageddon is Coming in First Teaser For Adaptation of Gaiman And Pratchett Novel

The first trailer for Neil Gaiman's adaptation for Good Omens, the novel he wrote with Terry Pratchett, debuted at New York Comic Con today. Have a look.    Set to Queen's You're My Best Friend (because as Gaiman put it...

Busan 2018 Review: FAHRENHEIT 11/9 is More Hot Air than Hot Take

14 years after his Palme D’Or winning Fahrenheit 9/11, documentarian Michael Moore seizes the opportunity to conveniently flip his title and train his satirical eye on American politics once again. Asking simply “How the fuck did this happen?!” Fahrenheit 11/9...

Screamfest 2018: Second Wave Announced, Producer Gale Anne Hurd to be Honored with Career Achievement Award

Screamfest Horror Film Festival announced three additional titles for this year's festival. They have added The Unthinkable, Welcome to Mercy and animated feature Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires to their lineup.    For old school fans the festival is...

THE MANDALORIAN: First Image Released. Bryce Dallas Howard, Taika Waititi And More to Direct Episodes

Last night Jon Favreau released some details about his upcoming Star Wars TV series, the first live action series for the franchise called The Mandalorian. Just moments ago the first image from the series was released of the titular character,...

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...

THE MANDALORIAN: Jon Favreau Reveals Details on His STAR WARS Show

Jon Favreau just revealed some details about his upcoming Star Wars show he is creating for Disney's streaming service. By way of his Instagram account he revealed that the show will be called The Mandalorian and will take place in...

CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA: Watch The New Trailer For New Netflix Series from RIVERDALE Creator

Netflix released the official trailer for Chllling Adventures of Sabrina, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa`s adaptation of the Sabrina The Teenage Witch comics. It is a curious mix of dark magic and moments meant for levity. Set to a sock hop boppy tune...

SPIDER-MAN INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE: New Trailer Features More Spider-Heroes

The new trailer for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is here and it is chock full of Spider-Heroes. Oh, it does not stop at Gwen Stacy, oh no. Now we get to see how many heros' dimensions collide in this animated...

Vancouver 2018 Review: THE SISTERS BROTHERS

The Sisters Brothers is an excellent movie, but it is being marketed in all the wrong ways. I suppose if it results in a financial success, then all's well that ends well. I worry, though, that once general audiences see...

Toronto After Dark 2018: OVERLORD, YOU MIGHT BE THE KILLER and The Return of I AM A HERO

Toronto After Dark have announced the final films on this year's roster. Leading the pack is the Canadian Premiere of Julius Avery's WWII horror flick Overlord.    There is also an impressive amount of Canadian films in this back half....