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Blu-ray Review: The Fun Never Ends in NIGHT OF THE CREEPS

Anyone who knows me well knows that I count Night of the Creeps among my favorite movies of all time. It's weird as hell, funny, creepy, campy, and utterly engrossing. It's Fred Dekker's (The Monster Squad, RoboCop 3) first film, and it's finally...

Cinepocalypse 2019: Sara Summa's THE LAST TO SEE THEM Takes Top Prize At Chicago Genre Fest

Cinepocalypse has all but wrapped up its third year, further cementing its reputation as a must attend event in the Summer festival schedule.    With its eclectic program and dizzying roster of special guests it is no wonder that the...

CULTURE SHOCK: Check Out The Trailer For Gigi Guerrero's Hulu INTO THE DARK Entry

Gigi Saul Gurrero's Culture Shock, a chapter in Hulu's ongoing Into The Dark series launches on July 4th. Culture Shock has already had its World Premiere and recently played at Cinepocalypse in Chicago. There are a handful of other potential...

Review: MIDSOMMAR Presents An Idyllic Nightmare In Broad Daylight

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the trees are dancing in the breeze, and everything in Dani's life is about to go to hell. Somebody may need to pay for some therapy for Midsommar director, Ari Aster. In...

Now on Home Video: Recent Kino Studio Classics

A spate of recent releases from Kino Studio Classics has left me feeling that continuing to collect physical media is still a good decision. The reason? Besides the extras featuring crew, cast and noted scholars and historians these discs have...

Review: MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL Is Forgettable Fluff From Outer Space

The fourth in the hugely profitable - and fun - Men In Black series, Men In Black: International takes the duty to protect Earth from nefarious space aliens to Europe, introducing a new pair of leads and a whole new...

Notes on Streaming: THEY COME KNOCKING, Quiet and Insistent

'Into the Dark' scores another quiet-horror success on Hulu.

Notes on Streaming: I AM MOTHER, Remain Calm, Don't Panic

Clara Rugaard stars alongside Hilary Swank and Rose Byrne's voice.

Friday One Sheet: WONDER WOMAN 1984

Call it the Guardians Of The Galaxy Effect. When Marvel Studios took the chance on adapting 'the oddballs save the universe to the sounds of a rockin' mix tape', with a big budget and a lot of humour, they went...

Notes on Streaming: Say Goodbye, SWAMP THING

The DC Universe streaming service will never be the same without you, big guy.

First AD ASTRA Trailer Wisely Emphasizes Brad Pitt in Space

Look! Up in the sky! Isn't that Brad Pitt? What the --- Yup, that's the approach taken with the first trailer for James Gray's Ad Astra, and I'd say it's pretty smart. Pitt is a very recognizable name, and so...

Review: DARK PHOENIX, Lightly Entertaining

Sophie Turner is the focus of Simon Kinberg's directorial debut as the X-Men saga comes to a conclusion (again).

Toronto True Crime Film Festival 2019: Film Festival Reveals Lineup, And a New Home

Our friends at The Toronto True Crime Film Festival are gearing up for their second annual festival this month.    The big change this year is that the festival is switching locations to the cozy Revue Cinema in Roncesvalles Village....

Review: ROCKETMAN Takes Flight

Elton John biopic blasts Taron Egerton into the star-making stratosphere.

Watch RAMBO: LAST BLOOD Trailer: John Rambo Has His Last Stand

Sylvester Stallone returns as the iconic John Rambo for one final, violent showdown, this time against sex traffickers across the border. When we left John at the end of the last film, Rambo, he had returned to America to settle...

Review: GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, The Biggest Monster Bash of the Year

Michael Dougherty directs the latest installment of the original kaiju franchise.

Cinepocalypse 2019: AIRHEADS to Close, Joe Bob Briggs And Rednecks, And a TAMMY AND THE T-REX 'GORE CUT' Promo

Our friends at Cinepocalypse just made a special announcement that further cements its reputation as a hot ticket of the festival circuit this Summer.   First, they have arranged a rare 35mm screening of the metal comedy Airheads for their...

Fantasia 2019: Massive First Wave of Titles Announced

Summer is also upon us and for many Anarchists that means it will soon be time for our annual trek to Montreal for the Fantasia International Film Festival. For three weeks the raucous and jubilant Fantasia crowd will meow and...

Blu-ray Review: THE HEIRESS, An Age-Old Tale of Love and Loss

Directed by William Wyler (Ben-Hur, Jezebel, Wuthering Heights) in 1949, The Heiress is an adaptation of Henry James’ "Washington Square." More accurately, Wyler's feature drama is the film version of a stage adaptation, written by Ruth and Augustus Goetz from the James novel. The film...