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Blu-ray Review: WILDLING Is Plain Weird

First off, Wildling is a very strange movie. It's both strange in its content, but it also doesn't fully gel for me in the second half. Directed and co-written by Fritz Bohm, Wildling has the flavor of a filmmaker who doesn't quite know what...

ALL THE CREATURES WERE STIRRING: RLJE Films Acquires North American Rights

News came yesterday that RLJE Films have acquired the North American rights for David Ian McKendry's debut feature film and seasonal horror flick All The Creatures Were Stirring. The film had its world premiere at the Chattanooga Film Festival this...

AN EVENING WITH BEVERLY LUFF LINN: The New Poster And Trailer For Jim Hosking's Next Film

It is a case of better late than never, letting you know that there is a new poster and trailer for Jim Hosking`s next feature film An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn.   Hosking's made many kinds of impressions a...

Now On VOD: AHOCKALYPSE Is A Lowbrow, Dumb ZomCom That Shoots Wide Of The Goal

When a minor league hockey team is attacked by zombies shortly after winning a local championship trophy, it's a race to freedom as they spend one crazy night fighting their way to safety in writer/director Wayne Harry Johnson Jr's sophomore...

Interview: Udo Kier Talks PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH, Playing Nazi Characters, and the SUSPIRIA Remake

After 11 films, plus a Syfy spin-off, the Puppet Master franchise is back with a reboot in which legendary German-born actor Udo Kier plays the titular puppeteer, Andre Toulon. While in the prologue of the 1989 original film Toulon is...

Toronto 2018: THE MAN WHO FEELS NO PAIN Trailer Promises Kickass Martial Arts Fun From Director Vasan Bala

It's hard to hide my excitement about Vasan Bala's upcoming action film, The Man Who Feels No Pain (Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota). Recently selected as the first Indian film ever to earn a spot in TIFF's venerable Midnight Madness...

Get A Taste Of Fabio Frizzi's PUPPER MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH Score

Legendary composer Fabio Frizzi contributed the score to cult hit Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich and with Lakeshore Records prepping both digital and vinyl releases of the soundtrack we've got a little taste to share. Check out all the details...

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival 2018: First Wave Announced, LUZ, CAM, KNIFE + HEART, THE RUSALKA And More!

In only its third year the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is proving itself to be a reliable source of eclectic genre cinema. For one week in October residents of Brooklyn will experience a wide vareity of genre delights. This morning...

Criterion in November 2018: Welles, Wilder, Mizoguchi and Byrne

Can you feel the change of seasons? November 2018 will see the Northern Hemisphere grow colder, while the Southern Hemisphere grows warmer, but we can all agree: it will be a very good month for all fans of the Criterion...

Lost Episode Fest 2018: LUZ, RELAXER, KNUCKLEBALL, BOAR And CRISIS JUNG Are Coming to Toronto

You would be hard pressed to find better value for your cinematic dollar than the small program that Johnny Larocque puts together for his annual Lost Episode Fest (LEFT). Now in it's sixth year the festival rolls out for the...

NOLA Horror Fest 2018: 8th Annual Fest Announces Lineup And Schedule

The folks at the NOLA Horror Film Fest released the lineup and schedule for this year's festival. This is the eighth year that the festival has brought fiercely indpedant horror cinema to The Big Easy.    The schedule itself is...

Review: THE RANGER, Fun and Bloody Punk Horror

There is a deep and undeniable connection between punk music and horror films that goes back decades. From the very beginning of the punk music movement in the '70s, bands and fans used horror imagery to separate themselves from those...

SACRED HEART: Exclusive Scene From Aussie Thriller, On VOD DVD And Blu Today

Kosta Nikas' revenge thriller from Australia, Sacred Heart, is available today on VOD/DVD and BluRay from Gravitas Ventures. Screen Anarchy has been given an exclusive clip to share with you. From what we understand this is at the very beginning...

MOTELX 2018: Festival Announces Films Competing For Méliès D'Argent Award

Being one of the Méliès d'Argent winners at select festivals on the international circuit is a pretty big deal for European filmmakers. All films who win the d'Argent at participating festivals compete at the 'end of the season cycle' in...

Locarno 2018 Review: Grief and Past Yield Transformative Experience in A FAMILY SUBMERGED

María Alché´s debut feature has a spellbinding and palpable effect turning the viewing experience into lucid dreaming

COMMANDO NINJA: Fresh Batch of Images in a Behind The Scenes Gallery

As Benjamin Combes' homage to 80s action beefcake cinema Commando Ninja comes together in post Screen Anarchy has been sent a batch of behind the scenes stills. Up to now most of these have been largely unseen outside of backers...

CineMage - Episode Two: (In)glorious Americana

SA Editor Benjamin Umstead's new column studies the intersections between film culture, social systems, mental health and the nature of self-awareness and actualization through a humorous lens.

Review: ELIZABETH HARVEST, An Expressionistic Survival Story

The Venezuelan writer-director Sebastian Gutierrez revises the Bluebeard myth for his latest feature-length offering, Elizabeth Harvest

CHASING THE BLUES: Watch The Trailer For Caper Comedy, in Cinemas October 5th

Fans of vinyl records and the blues should find symbiosis in Scott Smith's caper comedy Chasing the Blues. After its festival run it was picked up for distribution by Ammo Content who will release the film in select U.S. cinemas...

Friday One Sheet: SLICE And Brand Humor

The minimal teaser posters for A24's 'pizza delivery boy slasher film,' Slice, get right to the meat and cheese of the matter. B O N D, one of my favourite key art design houses who did the tropical Star Wars:...