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Review: DON'T WORRY DARLING, Harry Styles Over Substance

There’s a moment in Don’t Worry Darling, Olivia Wilde’s (Booksmart) second film as director, where the blandly named Jack Chambers (pop-singer-turned-actor Harry Styles) jumps onto a stage with a backing band to dance joylessly at the behest of the singularly...

KNOCK AT THE CABIN Trailer: New M. Night Shyamalan Thriller Coming in February

While vacationing at a remote cabin, a young girl and her parents are taken hostage by four armed strangers who demand that the family make an unthinkable choice to avert the apocalypse. With limited access to the outside world, the family must decide what they believe before all is lost.

Review: SIDNEY, A Portrait of the Artist as a Black Man

Directed by Reginald Hudlin, the documentary for Apple TV+ captures the development of a cinematic legend.

Review: ANDOR Has the Potential to be One of the Best STAR WARS Series So Far

Five years before a ragtag band of rebels stole the plans to the first Death Star during the Battle of Scarif one of the heroes of the day, Cassian Andor, was scraping together a living on the planet of Ferrix....

Review: GOODNIGHT MOMMY, Irritable Mother Syndrome

Naomi Watts stars in an uneven remake, now streaming globally on Prime Video.

Criterion in December 2022: COOLEY HIGH, THE VELVET UNDERGROUND, Mai Zetterling, Michael Haneke

The Criterion Collection has always put acclaimed filmmakers first. so let's talk about Mai Zetterling and Michael Haneke first. In December 2022, Criterion will be releasing three films from each filmmaker. Michael Haneke: Trilogy collects the first three he directed:...

Review: CONFESS, FLETCH, Jon Hamm Finally Gets A Well-Deserved Starring Vehicle

Nothing, not even a decades-old, two-film series that started strongly with a much beloved, commercially successful entry in the mid-‘80s and ended abruptly four years later with a justifiably rejected and ignored sequel, will languish in development hell indefinitely. That's...

DON'T WORRY DARLING: Dolby Poster Features a Wary Florence Pugh

A 1950s housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company could be hiding disturbing secrets.

Beyond Fest 2022: Full Lineup Announced. Ten World Premieres, Tributes to Park, Shatner, Friedkin And Much More

We don't know how you're going to take it all in because the complete program of this year's Beyond Fest is a beast.    This year's festival boasts ten world premieres, including Halloween Ends, My Best Friend's Exorcism and Christmas...

Toronto 2022 Review: THE FABELMANS, Spielberg on Spielberg

Dreams are scary. In The Fabelmans, Steven Spielberg puts his own childhood up on the big screen, through the Dream Factory, with the help many of his regular collaborators, screenwriter Tony Kushner (Munich, Lincoln), John Williams (Jaws, Indiana Jones, Jurassic...

Toronto 2022 Review: THE WOMAN KING, A Grand Epic of Women in Action

Viola Davis and Lashana Lynch star in Gina Prince-Bythewood's action epic.

DVD Giveaway: Win a Copy of Disney's LIGHTYEAR

Yes. We're giving away something from Disney! We know this is against the grain here at ScreenAnarchy but when one of the largest entities in the World provides 5 blu-ray combo packs for Lightyear you say yes. So here we...

Now Streaming: In PINOCCHIO, Wood Becomes You

Tom Hanks, Benjamin Evan Ainsworth and Joseph Gordon-Levitt star in a new live-action/CGI adaptation, directed by Robert Zemeckis, now streaming on Disney Plus.

Review: BARBARIAN, Hell Really Is Other Airbnb People

Nothing says "stranger danger” like showing up at an out-of-town Airbnb in the middle of a downpour, finding entry into the rental blocked, the owners unavailable to take your frantic phone call, and someone else already inside, enjoying the warmth...

Review: THE 101 SCARIEST HORROR MOVIE MOMENTS OF ALL TIME: Shudder's Countdown to Scariest of All Time

The first episode in The 101 Scariest Horror Movie Moments of All Time premiers on Shudder next Wednesday, September 7th. We’ve seen it (maybe a couple more), and here’s what we think so far.   The eight-episode Shudder Original series...

Brooklyn Horror 2022: First Wave Announced! NOCEBO, Starring Eva Green Will Open, And a Eight-Film Fulci Retrospective

Our friends at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival have announced the first wave of programming for this year's festival and as expected, the gang will not disappoint.    Lorcan Finnegan's new film Nocebo, starring Eva Green, is going to open...

Review: SAMARITAN, A Sly Stallone Superhero Stumble

Hitting the three-quarter-century mark usually means a retirement home, a nursing facility, or if you’re lucky to be blessed with relatively good health and savings to match, living in a gated community in Arizona or Florida. For Sylvester Stallone, however,...

Blu-ray Review: NIGHT GALLERY (SEASON 2), Pure Horror, Staggering Quality

I won’t quibble. Yes, we live in a golden age of horror television. There are so many horror series available for streaming, you’d drown in special effects blood long before you were able to binge watch them all. So maybe...

Review: THREE THOUSAND YEARS OF LONGING, Djinn and Tonic

It’s been almost a decade since George Miller (Babe: Pig in the City, Lorenzo’s Oil, The Witches of Eastwick), a then 70-year-old, Australian filmmaker some dismissed as either washed or well past his prime, proved doubters spectacularly wrong, writing and...

Naomi Watts in GOODNIGHT MOMMY Trailer: Our Little Secret

My primal reaction when watching Goodnight Mommy was extreme unease and discomfort. Directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, the mysterious thriller left me feeling emotionally drained after its screening at Fantastic Fest in September 2014. My fellow writer Pierce...