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Trailer: Ram Gopal Varma's ENTER THE GIRL DRAGON Introduces A New High Kicking Heroine

The time has come for bad boy director Ram Gopal Varma to finally tackle one of the few genres he's never tried, martial arts action. Deceptively - and dishonestly - advertised as "India's First Martial Arts Film", Enter the Girl...

VFW Trailer: Stephen Lang Fights Mutant Punks

RLJE Films & Voltage Pics have debuted the trailer for the bold new action/horror film VFW, which stars Stephen Lang (Don't Breathe) as a war veteran who, along with his veteran brethren, must defend their local VFW against a deranged...

THE WAVE Trailer: Justin Long Trips Hard in Gille Kalbin's Indie Thrill Ride

Gille Kalbin's psychadelic head trip movie The Wave was quickly scooped up by Epic Pictures after its worold premiere at Fantastic Fest back in September. Wasting no time they are preparing ot release The Wave in US cinemas and on...

VHYES Trailer: Retro Format Delivers Contemporary Laughs

Jack Henry Robbins' indie oddity VHYes is coming to US cinemas on January 17th thanks to Oscilloscope. Hot on the heels of the release announcement earlier this week today we got a trailer for the flick and you can experience...

Now Streaming: In PERFECT, Nightmares Fry Brains

Garrett Wareing, Abbie Cornish, Courtney Eaton and Tao Okamoto star; Eddie Alcazar directed the film, now available to stream on Shudder.

Review: Terrence Malick's A HIDDEN LIFE Beguiles and Begets

Drawn from real-life, Terrence Malick directs a gorgeous film in his own inimitable style.

Blu-ray Review: UNTIL THE END OF THE WORLD Marks The End Of A Movie Decade

A 1991 film about 1999 feels exactly right in 2019, as we round out a decade in which film changed -- and died -- and will live -- forever.

Now Streaming: THE CONFESSION KILLER, Lies That Blur Justice

Clear-eyed, logical, empathetic and compelling, the doc series on Netflix about Henry Lee Lucas considers questions with broad, disquieting implications.

THE MERCENARY Trailer: This Is No Ordinary Gun-Toting Priest

As a big fan of Triple Threat, I'm happy to hear that director Jesse V. Johnson's The Mercenary is coming soon to DVD and Digital. A new trailer reinforces the feeling. To quote myself: "Over the past couple of years,...

Now on Blu-ray: OLD JOY, New Pleasures

Kelly Reichardt's beautiful tale of memory and friendship, now released on a lovely Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.

VHYes: Oscilliscope Presents Jack Henry Robbins' Top Loader Oddity This January

Here is something to keep an eye out for in the new year. Oscilliscope presents VHYes, a wonderful and heartfelt oddity from Jack Henry Robbins.    A bizarre retro comedy shot entirely on VHS, VHYes takes us back to a...

Julio Hernández Cordón Casts HERE COMES THE DEVIL's Francisco Barreiro in New Vampire Flick

Variety reported this weekend that one of our favorite Mexican actors, Francisco Barreiro (Here Comes The Devil, What Are What We Are) has been cast to lead Julio Hernández Cordón's upcoming film, The Day is Long and Dark (My Friends...

GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR: Check Out This Wicked Alternate Poster

Travis Stevens' debut horror feature Girl on the Third Floor will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on January 7th, 2020, from Dark Sky Films. With the announcement of the home video release an alternate poster had been released on...

Interview: Danny A. Abeckaser Talks MOB TOWN, The Apalachin Mafia Meeting And THE IRISHMAN

The existence of organized crime in the United States was a debatable matter until late 1957, when more than 50 gangsters were arrested at a major Mafia meeting that took place in Apalachin, New York. That raid changed the course...

AUTOMATION: Exclusive Clip, Someone Has a Crush on AUTO

Garo Setian's sci fi comedy Automation came out on Blu-Ray and VOD on Tuesday via Epic Pictures and DREAD. ScreenAnarchy has an exclusive clip to share with you today.    In it, Jenny (played by We Are Still Here's Elissa...

Review: DANIEL ISN'T REAL, Genuinely Original Vision Makes For Exciting Discovery

Adam Egypt Mortimer directs Miles Robbins and his imaginary friend Patrick Schwarzenegger in this cosmic horror.

Review: KNIVES AND SKIN, Strange, Haunting and Quiet Horror

Knives & Skin, Jennifer Reeder's second feature film, is a 'noir' of many colours: part neo, part femme, part pastel; it will likely draws comparisons with Blue Velvet for it's oddball yet seedy town setting; Brick and a lot of...

Giveaway: Win iTunes Codes For THE WRATH, ONE CUT OF THE DEAD, MON MON MONSTERS And More

Since it is the season of giving ScreenAnarchy has more iTunes codes to give away, thanks to RLJE Films and Shudder.    During the month of December RLJE Films released Christmas Presence, Boar and Tigers Are Not Afraid back on...

THE GREAT WAR Trailer Tells of Buffalo Soldiers and Their Fight

Coming soon to theaters, The Great War tells of the "Buffalo Soldiers," a regiment of African-American military troops, who faced a multitude of conflicts during the dying days of World War I after they were trapped behind enemy lines. Bates...

Review: THE TOKOLOSHE, South African Monster Haunts the Lonely

I'm fascinated by other cultures' mythologies of monsters: the boogeymen, the witches, demons of the air and sea, whatever lurks in the closets or under the beds or in the forests and byways to haunt and harm. According to the...