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Now on Blu-ray: I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE Gets The Deluxe Treatment from Ronin Flix

I Spit On Your Grave, one of the most notorious films of the '70s exploitation boom, has just been re-released in a deluxe Box Set from indie distributor, RoninFlix, and it's a thing of shocking beauty. Initially released in 1978...

LEAP OF FAITH Interview: Alexandre O. Philippe Talks THE EXORCIST And William Friedkin

The legacy of The Exorcist, directed by William Friedkin, is truly immense. For example, the most popular horror saga of our times, which started with The Conjuring, owes it everything. However, the impact of the 1973 film goes beyond the...

Review: JIU JITSU, or How to Ruin a Movie About Nic Cage Fighting an Alien

On the face of it, a film about Nicolas Cage fighting an alien assassin in the jungle should be hard to screw up, let Cage rage and the entertainment is almost a given. With action specialist Dimitri Logothetis at the helm,...

RELENTLESS: Exclusive Clip From Barry Andersson's Survival Thriller

Screen Anarchy has an exclusive clip from Barry Andersson’s survival thriller feature film Relentless to share with you today. Terror Films picked up Relentless for digital release and plan to do so at the end of the week on Friday,...

KNUCKLEDUST Trailer: Throwing Everything Into The Action Thriller Genre

Well now. This is a little bit of crazy go nuts.    James Kermack’s indie actioner Knuckledust was picked up for North America by Samuel Goldwyn who plan to release the film on December 8th. The trailer debuted yesterday and we...

THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Exclusive Clip: Give Your Mother a Kiss

We are rather thrilled that Matthew Rankin's debut feature film The Twentieth Century finally arrives in Virtual Cinemas tomorrow thanks to the fine folks at Oscilloscope Laboratories. You might say that its a sliver of Canadian pride breaking through our...

Crowdfund This: COMMANDO NINJA II: INVASION AMERICA. John's Back, But so Are The Commies!

The filmmakers behind 80s beefcake throwback Commando Ninja are back, planning a new chapter in their humorous and ultra violent action adventures, Commando Ninja II: Invasion America.    They look to be playing on good old Cold War era fear...

HUNTER HUNTER Trailer: You Wanna Snag a Wolf?

IFC Midnight is bringing Shawn Linden's Hunter Hunter to select cinemas and on digiital and On Demand on December 18th.  A trailer was released earlier today. Check it out below.   HUNTER HUNTER follows a family living in the remote...

Blu-ray Review: RELIC Uses Horror Metaphors Masterfully

I've said it before and I'll say it again: horror works best as metaphor. When examining societal, personal, or political issues (or a heady combination of all three, mmm delicious), the horror genre is like no other. Sci-fi comes close,...

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: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, When There's TMI About Weird Canadian Politics, and We Love It

Matthew Rankin shows just how batsh*t crazy Canadian history can be

SURVIVAL SKILLS: Watch This Exclusive Clip From The Dark Comedy

Quinn Armstrong's Survival Skills is coming to On Demand and digital, with an eye on some limited theatrical play, across the U.S. at the beginning of December. Screen Anarchy has an exlusive clip to share with you today. You can...

Blu-ray Review: Jim Jarmusch Brings GHOST DOG To The Criterion Collection

I saw Jim Jarmusch's 1999 film, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, a long time ago, and didn't remember it well beyond vague feelings and dreamy after-images. Revisiting it this week ahead of its release as part of the...

NIGHTMARE SYMPHONY: New Poster For Homage to Fulci's NIGHTMARE CONCERT

TetroVideo is releasing Nightmare Symphony, a new film from Italian filmmaker Domiziano Cristopharo and homage to Lucio Fulci's 1990 film Nightmare Concert/A Cat in the Brain. They recently released a new poster for the film, which you can see to...

TRAIL OF ASHES: Exclusive Look at Trailer For Arturo Lizardi's Debut Thriller

Here's an interesting one. Arturo Lizardi's debut feature film, a Puerto Rican period thriller called Trail of Ashes, has been picked up by Gravitas Ventures.    Screen Anarchy has been asked to debut the trailer. Looks pretty good, proving Puerto...

LAST THREE DAYS: Watch This Stunts And Action Featurette For The Sci-fi Thriller

We're going to play our 'better late than never' card here. Brian Ulrich's feature film debut Last Three Days opened on Friday, released by Gravitas Features.    Jack is a police officer with a marriage on the rocks working undercover...

SPUTNIK, COME TRUE, THE TROUBLE WITH BEING BORN Win at Trieste Science+Fiction Festival

The sun keeps rising and setting, the earth keeps moving, and film festivals are still happening. They might be partially or fully online, but most of us (and given accessibility, more of us) have been able to still enjoy seeing...

Friday One Sheet: GIRL

There is a surprising amount to unpack given the simplicity of this grainy, high-contrast poster for Chad Faust's revenge mystery, Girl. The design immediate recalls brutally stark European arthouse pictures. At the same time it has a 'controversial' Disney channel...

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...

Review: SAINT FRANCES, A Bittersweet Summer of Wit and Heart

I've long held a pet theory that one of the reasons women (often) aren't fully prepared for menstruation, pregancy, childbirth, and the postpartum time, is because of how messy it is. If we knew (at least about the childbearing and...