Now Streaming: NOW AND THEN, Crime Never Changes

Rosie Perez plays a supporting role but is the star of the bilingual crime series, debuting globally on Apple TV+.

Review: NIGHT SKY, Full of Fabulous Stars and Mysterious Secrets

Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons star, which is reason enough to watch the Prime Video series.

Now Streaming: THE ESSEX SERPENT, Slithering Into Suspicion

Clare Danes and Tom Hiddleston lead an investigation into fear and mistrust, debuting globally on Apple TV+.

Review: THE TIME TRAVELER'S WIFE, Love Will Tear Us Apart

Rose Leslie and Theo James star in a beguiling new series from Steven Moffat ('Dr. Who').

SLASHER: FLESH & BLOOD Bluray Giveaway

ScreenAnarchy is giving away Blu-ray of Slasher: Flesh & Blood


It first screened in cinemas at the beginning of the weekend. Then we caught wind of it last night from 'somewhere else'. And here it is now, all official like, for your viewing pleasure. Here is the first teaser for...

CRIMES OF THE FUTURE: The Official Trailer Gives All The Feels. Creepy, Beguiling, Unsettling And More!

Cronenberg has not missed a step, has he? This official trailer for his new film, Crimes of the Future, is blowing our minds!    As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations....

Friday One Sheet: Bryan Lenning's JOKER

Whatever your feelings about the oddball, glossy-grimy stand-alone Joker -- and people had very strong feelings about either the quality, the nihilism, or the emptiness of Todd Phillips' quasi-remake of Martin Scorsese's The King of Comedy as a comic-book origin story -- the...

Now Streaming: THE STAIRCASE Rarely Looks Away, STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS Boldly Looks Ahead

Director Antonio Campos dramatizes a true-crime case on HBO Max, while familiar hands revitalize a sturdy space series on Paramount Plus.

Fantasia 2022: Festival Returns to In-Person, The First Wave of Titles And Honoring John Woo

We're going back to Montreal! We're going back to Montreal! Seriously, two years away from one of our favorite Summer stops has been too fucking looong. However, we've all been very good and obediant citizens - for the most part...

OBI-WAN KENOBI: Uncle Owen Throws Shade at Obi-Wan in New Trailer. Oh, And Darth Vader.

Happy Star Wars Day everyone. A brand new trailer and key art for the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series has arrived, check it out below.    We're just impressed with the scale of this; big images and design going on here....

Now Streaming: BOSCH: LEGACY, Still Searching for Justice

Titus Williver, Madison Lintz and Mimi Rogers star in the L.A. detective show, debuting on the Freeverse streaming service.


The latest in the unending labyrinth that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe hits theaters this Friday, and if it weren’t for Sam Raimi returning to the superhero fold, this writer probably wouldn’t have given Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of...

John Woo to Reimagine THE KILLER For Peacock/Universal

This was just casually thrown in at the bottom of a general announcement from Peacock today. One of the 'Oh by way' variety, but it's massive news for fans of the golden age of HK cinema, more specifically the Heroic...

Now Streaming: SHINING GIRLS, On the Trail of an Elusive Serial Killer

Elisabeth Moss stars in a metaphysical thriller, a new Apple TV+ series.

Now Streaming: THE OFFER You Can't Refuse, UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN Respects As It Digs

Two new series take different approaches to real-life stories.

Neuch√Ętel 2022: Swiss Genre Fest Presents LGBTIQ+ Retrospective SCREAM QUEER

We appreciate that more attention is being given to LGBTIQ+ culture in genre cinema. Of all of the areas in genre cinema that need a boost it is this one. In theory you draw more attention to it, you give it...

Review: UNDONE, Beware Digging Into the Past

Rosa Salazar and Bob Odenkirk star in the animated series from creators Kate Purdy and Raphael Bob-Waksberg ('BoJack Horseman').

Blu-ray Review: THE GIRL CAN'T HELP IT, In All Its Vulgar Glory

If I ever meet an extraterrestrial who asks me to help shed some light on America in the 20th century, high on its modern Earth watchlist would be Frank Tashlin’s The Girl Can’t Help It. For my money, it is,...