**** c|Indie|All **** Indie

Indie

Sort By
From The
Editors
Everything From
Everyone
Most
Loved
Most
Hated
What The
Hell?!

Black Fawn Distribution Launches Black Fawn VOD

Our friends at Black Fawn Distribution the distribution arm of the indie genre filmmaking group Black Fawn Films have added another member to their growing family. On National Film Day here in Canada they launched Black Fawn VOD in Canada....

DEADLY TEN: Full Moon Features Invites You To Watch The Production of Ten Horror Movies This Summer

Here is something that should be of interest to not only horror fans but also budding and aspiring filmmakers out there.    Have you ever wanted to learn how to make a horror movie but are too lazy to get...

Review: LITTLE WOODS, Risky Navigation of an Uncaring System

Contemporary social realism films from the USA, like much of social realism cinema in general, focuses on the lives of the poor and marginalized, and often involve the potential loss of a home or need for extra money for medical...

EXCLUSIVE: Nina Menkes' QUEEN OF DIAMONDS Restoration Gets A New Trailer From Arbelos

A new distributor on the block is making big waves with their acquisition and restorations of classic film from around the world. From the ashes of Cinelicious Pics has risen Arbelos, who've already worked on stunning restorations of Dennis Hopper's...

Issa López's Festival Hit, TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID, Acquired By Shudder For Late 2019 Release

After over a year on the festival circuit and months of speculation, it was finally confirmed today that Issa López's Tigers Are Not Afraid has been acquired by AMC-owned horror-centric streaming service, Shudder for a release in late 2019. The film...

Review: UNDER THE SILVER LAKE, Contemporary Straight White Male Gaze, Defined

Andrew Garfield stars in David Robert Mitchell's half-baked, superficial story.

Review: TEEN SPIRIT, A Middling Teenager Drama of Angst & Success

The proliferation of reality TV talent contests seem to have given young people (and older people) a false idea of what it means to have artistic talent: mainly, that you don't. All you need to do is win a contest...

Review: INSTANT DREAMS, Chemicals As a Starting Point

Willem Baptist's film explores the magic, science and wonder of Polaroid photos and an array of devoted followers.

THE OBSESSED: Exclusive NSFW Clip And Images From New Extreme Horror Film

Italian director Domiziano Cristopharo (A Taste of Phobia and Ill) is preparing to shop a new project called The Obsessed at the Marche du Film at Cannes next month.    I do not know how much extreme horror the market...

Severin Films Can't Wait To Gross You The F@#$ Out This May

Our pals at cult home video label Severin Films recently announced their May Blu-ray releases along with special webstore exclusives that fans are going to love. We get two newish features and one cult classic this month, which is an...

Art of the Real: A Celebration of Non-Narrative Filmmaking

As an adventurous spectator of cinema who writes about films and is very much interested in where cinema is headed as an art form, I can say that Art of the Real, a film series that showcases innovative, daring, non-narrative...

New Genre on VOD: MISS BALA Rises Above, A VENGEANCE Strikes Back

Plus: 'The Wind' terrifies with loneliness in the West. Oh, and demons too.

DEAD TEENAGER SEANCE: Watch The Trailer For Brazilian Horror Comedy Short Film

Dead Teenager Seance, the horror comedy short film from Dante Vescio and Rodrigo Gasparini is making the festival rounds, playing in Brussels this week(ish). Yesterday they released the trailer for it, which you will find below.    A group of...

Trailer: Joko Anwar Is Back With Comic Adaptation, GUNDALA, A Super Vigilante Spectacular

If there is a short list of filmmakers we've followed here at Screen Anarchy since the very beginning, Indonesia's Joko Anwar would easily be near the top. From his beginnings in comedy, through his adventures in noir, fantasy, and horror,...

Fantasia 2019: Festival Poster Revealed, Final Submission Date Announced!

We do love our festival poster art around these here parts. And to our friends at the Fantasia International Film Festival, they are no exception.    Familiar and friendly charactes return once again to this year's poster. Once again, artist...

CineCina 2019 Fest Dispatch: A New Fest Brings Chinese-language Indies to NYC

The inaugural CineCina Film Festival, screening at SVA Theatre and Peter Norton Symphony Space through April 19, brings an impressive slate on recent Chinese-language independent films, both narrative and documentary, from China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Also included is a...

Udine 2019: Full Lineup Revealed for 21st Far East Film Festival

The Far East Film Festival has revealed the full lineup for its 21st edition, which will take place in Udine, Italy from 26 April - 4 May 2019. The packed roster of 76 films from 12 different countries includes 3...

Fantaspoa 2019: First Wave of Titles For Brazilian Genre Fest Announced!

Our friends at Fantaspoa in Brazil are gearing up for their annual genre film festival. Held in the coastal town of Porto Alegre this will be the festival's fifteenth year, devoted to bringing scares and thrills to local genre fans....

Exclusive IN A NEW YORK MINUTE Clip: Angel Shoots

Ahead of its upcoming world premiere, an enticing clip from In A New York Minute raises our hopes. Even though I am sorely tempted to dust off all the street patter I learned from my days in New York City,...

HIGH ON THE HOG: Sid Haig Stars in Grindhouse Horror Comedy

Indican Pictures has picked up the distribution rights to Tony Wash’s High on the Hog, a horror comedy with a decidedly grinhouse edge. The film stars Sid Haig (3 From Hell), Joe Estevez (Public Enemy) and Robert Z’dar (Maniac Cop...