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The CULT MOVIE NETWORK, The Streaming Service For All Your Horror B-Movie Needs?

We do not know when you will be able to find anything and everything horror online but at the rate that streaming services are popping up it will be... soon? Introducing a Canadian based service called The Cult Movie Network,...

PARADISE HILLS Giveaway: iTunes Codes For Alice Waddington's Sci-fi Thriller

Samuel Goldwyn Films will release Alice Waddington's fantasy/sci-fi/thriller Paradise Hills in U.S. theaters on October 25th and on digital and on demand November 1st. Screen Anarchy has two iTunes codes to give away to two (2) lucky Screen Anarchy readers. ...

Exclusive Trailer ROBOLOVE: The Age of A.I. Is Upon Us and Disrupts the Life as We Know It

Austrian documentarist Maria Arlamovsky investigates latest advances in A.I. and what it means for humanity in Robolove.

Oscars 2020 Review: LET THERE BE LIGHT, In the Name of Father, Son and Far-Right Extremism

Slovakia´s official entry for the Oscars race is a film Let There Be Light about family disrupted by son´s involvement in a far-right paramilitary troop

THE WORLD IS FULL OF SECRETS Trailer: Graham Swon's Feature Debut Opens in New York on Hallowe'en

We are doing a little bit of catch up today. The trailer for Graham Swon's The World is Full of Secrets dropped a while ago but should be worth reminding you all again about it.    The idea of a...

Montreal Nouveau 2019: ADORATION, Cupid is Dangerously Blind

British author Evelyn Waugh once wrote that there is a kind of love that children have before they know its meaning, something sweet and innocent, full of kindness and joy without facade or self-awareness. As children grow into teenagers, what...

RED LETTER DAY Trailer: Canadian Suburban Horror Flick Coming to U.S. Cinemas, VOD in November

More catch up for our friends at Epic and DREAD are releasing Cameron Macgowan`s Canadian horror flick Red Letter Day in select cinemas on November 1st and then it lands on Blu-Ray/VOD on November 5th.   Our own Kurt Halfyard...

THE FARE Trailer: D.C. Hamilton's Mystery Sci Fi Thriller Out in November

Continuing with today`s catchup on upcoming titles from Epic and DREAD we have the trailer from D.C. Hamilton`s The Fare still to share with you as well. Check it out below.    The Fare will have a limited theatrical next...

Montreal Nouveau 2019: MONOS, Teenaged Soldiers Descent into Madness

For a long time, likely one of the few things most people knew about Colombia is that is was a country with a huge number of kidnappings. So many, in fact, that there was a radio show that ran for...

Montreal Nouveau 2019 Review: MAKE ME UP, Intense & Biting Feminist Satire

Combining archival audio footage, science fiction, cultural criticism, and reality television parody into a film, and Scottish multimedia artist Rachel Maclean's feature Make Me Up weaves a complex and at times overwhelming tapestry as a biting feminist satire. Juxtaposing bright...

Friday One Sheet: Robert Eggers' Cursed Animal Series Continues With THE LIGHTHOUSE

A24 recently put out a new poster for this loopy, horrific, sad, entertaining, difficult, oddly-aspect ratio'd, actors workshop of a period horror, The Lighthouse. The poster is a direct nod to Robert Eggers' previous period horror picture, The VVitch, which...

Daric Loo's DARK CHRISTMAS Adds Nicholas Brendon, Corey Sevier, Plus Watch Loo's DEMON GATE Exclusively Here

Quentin Lee, our longtime friend and an indefatigable filmmaker, is currently producing the indie holiday horror comedy Dark Christmas through his Margin Films shingle.

Morbido 2019: COME TO DADDY, JALLIKATTU, THE GASOLINE THIEVES Lead Twelfth Edition

It's the most wonderful time, of my year. In less than two weeks we return to CDMX and Morbido Film Fest to celebrate their twelfth year, taking to the high seas with this year's water theme, bringing local and international...

Now in Theaters: THE CAPTAIN, JOJO RABBIT, THE LIGHTHOUSE

Here are 3 genre movies opening in limited release this weekend in North America.

This is THE SHED's Official Trailer

Frank Sabatella's horror flick The Shed will be out in U.S. cinemas and On Demand and digital platforms on November 15th. While it misses the horror-days by a couple weeks it does arrive just in time for the other holidays....

THE BYGONE: Exclusive Trailer Premiere For Neo-Western Thriller

Parker and Graham Phillips' neo-western thrller The Bygone will be released by Gravitas Ventures on multiple digital platforms on November 12th.    Screen Anarchy is pleased to premiere the exclusive trailer for The Bygone today. Packed with shots of stunning vistas,...

Montreal Nouveau 2019 Review: BAIT, Lo-Fi Vision of Class Warefare by the Sea

One of the main things I miss about print film is the texture; there is something about how an physical object, going through a projector, conveys the layers of physicalness necessary to create it. It conveys as much for the...

Review: TRICK, Splatter Slasher By Seasoned Experts

Omar Epps, Ellen Adair, Kristina Reyes, Jamie Kennedy and Tom Atkins star in the horror flick, written by Todd Farmer and Patrick Lussier, and directed by Patrick Lussier.

Montreal Nouveau 2019 Review: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, Canadian History on Acid

Few Canadian historical figures are known outside of Canada (or really even within Canada). William Lyon Mackenzie King, our longest-serving Prime Minister, might be one of them (at least in English Canada), but even to us, he is something of...

Grimmfest 2019: WHY DON`T YOU JUST DIE! Big Winner at Fest

Grimmfest wrapped up its festivities the previous weekend. After much lost sleep was caught up on, the hangovers long subsided, it was time to announce this year's award winners. This year proved if you could bring the horror and the...