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Review: BLOODY HELL, Gruesome, Gory, and Gut-Bustingly Funny

A viral vigilante escapes unwanted notoriety only to find that even though things were bad, they can always get worse in Alister Grierson's new gonzo shocker, Bloody Hell.  Rex (Ben O'Toole, Hacksaw Ridge/Nekrotronic) was minding his own business at the...

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Packed to the brim with historical documents and recently declassified materials, Sam Pollard, documentarian and editor of Spike Lee's films, among many others (Mo' Better Blues, 4 Little Girls, Chisholm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...

A DIM VALLEY: Altered Innocence to Take North American Audiences on a Mythic Journey

It has been a while since we heard from our friends at Altered Innocence but they've come to us with word that they have picked up the North American rights for Brandon Colvin's A Dim Valley.    A curmudgeonly biologist...

Dark Star Pictures to Host FREE Virtual Film Festival, Includes JUMBO, PVT CHAT and CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER

Here's something great from our friends at Dark Star Pictures. They're getting together with Bloody Disgusting and putting on a free virtual film festival of some of their recent acquisitions.    One week tomorrow night, from Friday, January 22nd to...

THE VIGIL: New Poster Tries to Shine a Light on Hasidic Horror

IFC Midnight is releasing Keith Thomas' debut feature, the supernatural film The Vigil in select cinemas and on digital and VOD on February 26th.    Steeped in ancient Jewish lore and demonology, THE VIGIL is supernatural horror film set over...

VORE GORE Exclusive: A Bloody Image Comes With a Teaser And Clip From TetroVideo's Extreme Horror Anthology

File this under 'Things I cannot show my mum'. We have an exclusive image from the upcoming anthology Vore Gore to share with you today. Along with that we also have a clip and the teaser for you to look...

VIOLATION: Canadian Rights For Drama/Horror Land at Pacific Northwest Pictures

We don't talk a lot about Canadian entertainment company Pacific Northwest Pictures but they have been quietly picking up some really good flicks recently. In their current roster is Darius Marder's Sound of Metal with Riz Ahmed and Olivia Cooke,...

TEN MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT Exclusive Clip: Horror Icon Caroline Williams Loves Her Listeners

Horror icon Caroline Williams heads back behind the mic in the upcoming horror flick Ten Minutes to Midnight from director Erik Bloomquist. Screen Anarchy has an exclusive clip to share with you today. You can see it, the trailer and...

SANTA SANGRE on 4K UHD Leads Severin Films' April Releases, Let Us All Bathe In The Holy Blood!

Severin Films is not messing around when it comes to their April release slate. Leading the charge is the world 4K UHD premiere of Alejandro Jodorowsky's Mexican surrealist giallo, Santa Sangre. A brand new 4K restoration approved by the man,...

PVT CHAT: Official Trailer and Poster For Ben Hozie's Psycho-Sexual Thriller

Ben Hozie's psycho-sexual thriller PVT CHAT is coming to (some) U.S. cinemas on February 5th followed by On Demand and digital releases on February 9th. The official poster and trailer were released yesterday. You will find both down below including...

Review: REDEMPTION DAY, Husband to the Rescue

Gary Dourdan, Serina Swan, Ernie Hudson, Martin Donovan, and Andy Garcia star in the action drama, directed by Hicham Hajji.

HELL WANTED: Exclusive Stills From Braxton Fannin's Debut, Indie Horror Flick

You going to want to keep the name Braxton Fannin and his horror flick Hell Wanted on your radars, folks. This one sounds like a lot of fun.    Fannin is wrapping up the final edit on his debut, indie...

Trailer for THE WANTING MARE, Dark and Golden Futuristic Fable of Love and Horses

One of the great things about attending small film festivals (either in person or online) is the chance to see films that often get missed at the big ones; films that employ both the epic and the intimate; that utilize...

ScreenAnarchy Top Films of 2020

One of the great advantages of ScreenAnarchy's global writing staff is that our individual end-of-year lists always have a least a few titles that the rest of us have not only not seen, but likely haven't heard of. And I'm...

GO/DON'T GO: Official Trailer Drops Before Digital Release Next Week

Next week Alex Knapp's thriller Go/Don't Go will be released on digital and cable VOD platforms. Picked up by Kamikaze Dogfight and Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company, you will find Go/Don't Go on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Xbox,...

Review: SYMBIOPSYCHOTAXIPLASM: TWO TAKES BY WILLIAM GREAVES, Re-presented on Blu-ray

Hell hath no fury like a film crew ganked around. This was true in 1968, it was true in 2005, and it remains true today.   In this context, the two named years are significant for being when the late...

Final Girls Berlin Film Festival Announces 2021 Virtual Lineup

The end is nucking figh. The light is at the end of the tunnel. This is not the beginning or the end, but the beginning of the end. Maybe not any time soon but perhaps some time this year we...

Interview with Mickey Reece: CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER Director and a Recipe for Cheery Cherry Cheese Pie

Mickey Reece has been making films in his corner of Oklahoma for more than a decade (his incomplete IMDB page lists at least 37 director credits), but it wasn't until a few years ago that his work started getting noticed...

GO/DON'T GO Exclusive: Watch The New Trailer, Check Out The New Poster

We have another exclusive from the indie thriller Go/Don't Go from writer-director Alex Knapp. His film was acquired by Kamikaze Dogfight and Gravitas Ventures and they're going to release the film on digital and VOD on January 12th.    Another...

Blu-ray Review: GIRLFRIENDS, The One That Got Away

Melanie Mayron stars in Claudia Weill's independent, ground-breaking, timely gem, now available on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.