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Review: MLK/FBI Reminds That Dr. King's Legacy Resonates Now, More Than Ever

Packed to the brim with historical documents and recently declassified materials, Sam Pollard, documentarian and editor of Spike Lee's films, among many others (Mo' Better Blues, 4 Little Girls, Chisholm '72, Venus and Serena), brings us MLK/FBI, a searing indictment...

Now Streaming: WANDAVISION, Trippy Televised Trauma

Elizabeth Olson and Paul Bettany star in the Marvel series, the first of many planned on the Disney+ streaming service.

SPIRAL: Blu-Ray Giveaway of Kurtis David Harder's Thriller

It's giveaway time again everyone. Our friends at RLJE Films are releasing Kurtis David Harder's thriller Spiral on DVD and Blu-Ray on January 19th. They acquired the rights for Spiral from their AMC counterpart Shudder and we have three (3)...

MALCOLM & MARIE Trailer: In Love, Madly

Films with only (or mostly only) two characters are pretty rare (think Sleuth, Old Joy, Gerry), and it's both an intriguing scenario for the audiene and difficult project for director, screenwriter, and actors. How do you keep attention with just...

Review: ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI, A Fateful Night With Four Fated Men

We've all had those 'what famous dead person would you like to have dinner with' or 'what famous people would you love to see having a conversation' moments, when ideas of what we think a famous person is, and how...

Review: WONDER WOMAN 1984, An Underwhelming Sequel

Immortality has its perks no doubt (like, for example, not dying), but apparently it also has its drawbacks, like living among short-lived, physically limited mortals, falling irrevocably in love, and then losing said mortal to accident, disease, or old age....

Review: SOUL, What Everybody Wants

Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey star in the latest animated film from Pixar, directed by Pete Docter, now streaming exclusively on Disney +.

70s Rewind: THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING, Sean Connery, Of Course

Sean Connery and Michael Caine star in a blissfully cinematic adventure, directed by John Huston.

Review: THE MIDNIGHT SKY, Hope at the End of the World

Standing as we are, as we have been for some months (or arguably years), on a precipice of the end of the human race, if not the entire planet on which we live, I assume many of us have thought...

NOBODY Trailer: Bob Odenkirk Get Angry And Blows up Everything!

Holy. Hell.    Where did this come from? I didn't know that Bob Odenkirk was the dormant volcano of rage and violence that I needed but I thank the gods that John Wick scribe Derek Kolstad,  David Leitch, director of...

SHADOW IN THE CLOUD Trailer: Chloƫ Grace Moretz Straps in For WWII Bomber Action Horror

Roseanne Liang's TIFF Midnighter Shadow in the Cloud is coming to select cinemas and on VOD and Digital on January 1st, 2021. Chloë Grace Moretz stars in the World War II set action horror flick, playing an Air Force officer...

Interview: Alex Winter Talks ZAPPA

For all the rockumentaries and musical biopics that have been flooding our screens since the new millenium deemed the past ripe for exploitation, one stone left curiously unturned has been that of rock & roll avant savant, Frank Zappa. Among...

Review: THE CROODS: A NEW AGE, Prehistoric Family Delivers Adventure-Comedy Treats

Living through a seemingly never-ending pandemic and self-quarantining/sheltering-at-home (for some, if unfortunately, not most) puts a premium on escapist pleasures, like an animated Nicolas Cage-headlining a long-delayed sequel, The Croods: A New Age. The first film, a DreamWorks Animation family-oriented...

Review: THE NEST, Hell Really Is Other Married People

Almost a decade ago, writer-director Sean Durkin’s feature-length debut, Martha Marcy May Marlene — an intense, non-linear psychological thriller — immediately moved him to the front ranks of promising first-time filmmakers. It also introduced Elisabeth Olsen to moviegoers. In the...

Review: FREAKY, Body-Swap Thrills, Gory Kills

Over the last decade plus, writer-director Christopher Landon has quietly crafted a consistently engaging, stealth career as a filmmaker deeply conversant in the tropes, traditions, and conventions of the horror genre and a willing subverter of those tropes, traditions, and...

ECHO BOOMERS Giveaway: Win a Digital Code For Thriller Starring Michael Shannon and Patrick Schwarzenegger

Seth Savoy's thriller Echo Boomers will be in some cinemas and will be available On Demand and digital this Friday, November 13th. Screen Anarchy has three (3) digital codes to give away. Check out how you can enter below.   ...

Review: COME PLAY, A Friend in Need Isn't a Friend Indeed

Azhy Robertson, Gillian Jacobs and John Gallagher Jr. star in a thriller, directed by Jacob Chase.

THE MIDNIGHT SKY Trailer: George Clooney Desperate to Get A Message to Space

I'm a big fan of Clooney's grizzled-old-man films, one in which he sports a magnificent greying beard and seems more than a bit curmudgeonly, like The Perfect Storm and Tomorrowland. And he's proven to be an excellent director as well,...

Review: THE WITCHES Brews Up a Deep, Surprising Potion

Octavia Spencer, Stanley Tucci and Anne Hathaway star in a new version of Roald Dahl's fantasy for children, directed by Robert Zemeckis and now streaming on HBO Max.

Review: ONCE UPON A SNOWMAN, Origin Story for Kids

Spinning off from 'Frozen,' the animated tale stars Josh Gad as the inimitable Olaf in a new short film, debuting on Disney Plus.