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CarousHELL Trailer: A Sentient Carousel Unicorn Gets Stabby in Low Budget Horror Flick

Okay. We are not going to pretend that CarousHELL is going to be good. It is just that the sheer audacity of Steve Rudzinski's low budget horror film, about a sentient carousel unicorn on the warpath to avenge a booger...

Review: THE SONG OF SWAY LAKE Sings the Tune of Yearning and Legacy

The inter-generational dramedy ponders legacy and memories.

PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH: DVD Giveaway

Next Tuesday Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich will be available on in the U.S. on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD/Blu-ray Combo on September 25th, thanks to RLJE Films.   Screen Anarchy has two (2) DVDs to give away to our...

PROSPECT: New Trailer, Poster, Release Details

Release details have finally emerged for the hotly anticipated sci-fi film, Prospect. The genre-blending festival favorite will hit theaters on November 2, exclusively in Regal Theaters nationwide from Gunpowder & Sky's fledgling sci-fi label, DUST. Written and directed by Zeek...

A SIBLING MYSTERY Trailer: Comedy and Suspense Ensue in Madcap Indie

Written as an ode to classic madcap mysteries like Manhattan Murder Mystery, Dan Erickson and Rachel Wortell's new film A Sibling Mystery features witty dialog and the kind of deftly assembled cast you'd expect from such a film. The film's...

Toronto 2018 Review: THE WIND, Loneliness Brings Out the Demons

"Does it ever stop? The wind?" Two women converse over the natural elements and, although it isn't mentioned, the effect it has on their state of mind. This being sometime in the late 1800s, there is no television or radio...

Sitges 2018: Exclusive First Look At THE LEGEND OF THE STARDUST BROTHERS, A Bonkers Musical Cult Classic In The Making

One of the joys of following international film scenes is that the world is full of exciting surprises and once in a while something amazing pops up that you never even knew existed. WIth this year's Sitges Festival of Fantastic...

Review: THE PUBLIC IMAGE IS ROTTEN, Incisive, Honest and Funny

Tabbert Fiiller's documentary on John Lydon's band Public Image Ltd. is the definitive portrait of this inventive, influential post-punk outfit.

Review: MANDY, Evil Lurks in a Fever Dream Starring Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage and Andrea Riseborough star in Panos Cosmatos' feast of visual delights.

Fantastic Fest 2018: Watch This Exclusive Scene From Jason Trost's FP2: BEATS OF RAGE

Jasont Trost's FP2: Beats of Rage, the sequel to his 2011 cult hit The FP will have it's world premiere at Fantastic Fest on Saturday September 22nd at Midnight. The benvolent Mr. Trost has asked us to share a clip with...

Review: LOST CHILD, Mysteries of Pain in the Ozarks

Leven Rambin stars as a military veteran who must come to terms with her past after she encounters a mysterious boy; Ramaa Mosley directed.

STRANGE NATURE: Check Out This Exclusive Clip From James Ojala's Eco-Thriller

Strange Nature, the feature length debut of James Ojala, known primarily for his vfx work in film and television, opens in Los Angeles at Laemmle's Glendale Theatre on September 22nd.    Billed as an eco-thriller Strange Nature is reportedly based...

Blu-ray Review: GHOST STORIES: Not Spooky in the Least

I want to say this right now---it kills me to have to write bad reviews. I got into reviewing films in the first place to be able to herald and support the good stuff, the hidden gems, and the indie...

THE RAINBOW EXPERIMENT: Slamdance Avant-Drama Goes to Gravitas

If you've been digging the weirder, bolder side of American Indies circa 2018ish, namely Josepheine Decker's stupendously stirring Madeline's Madeline, than you may want to keep your eye out for Christina Kallas' The Rainbow Experiment. Preposed as a jarring 21st century Rashomon,...

Review: KUSAMA - INFINITY, The Life and Art of Yayoi Kusama

Now at the age of 88, legendary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama is currently one of the most popular and successful artists in the world. Her recent New York gallery exhibition, "Yayoi Kusama: Festival of Life" - featuring her signature "Infinity...

Review: HAL, Tribute to a Lasting Cinematic Legacy

The so-called “New Hollywood” of the 1970s was driven by a number of filmmakers, many of them film school trained, who broke with many established modes of production and benefited from the opportunities afforded them by the collapse of the...

Trailer Time: Phanindra Narsetti's MANU, A Crowd Sourced South Indian Thriller

Opening tomorrow in theaters around the world is the new Telugu language thriller, Manu, from young director Phanindra Marsetti. The film, described as a mystery romance drama by its makers, was crowd sourced and is being released by US based...

Interview: HOSTILE Director Mathieu Turi Talks Debut Feature

Mathieu Turi's debut feature may have just released yesterday from Sony Pictures, but he's far from a newbie. In fact, the French director has been working behind the scenes of many huge franchise films for years, including G.I. Joe, Tarantino's...

US: New Proof of Concept From Angelo White is an Eye Candy Sugar Rush

We have written about Dutch filmmaker Angelo White a couple times in the past year or so. He wowed us with his previous proof of concept (PoC) short film Sorice, then put that idea to bed to work on other...

SEEDS: New Trailer For Horror Thriller Starring OZARK's Trevor Long

Owen Long's Seeds, starring his brother Trevor, just had its international premiere at FrightFest last weekend. Hot on its heels in a brand new trailer for the horror thriller which you will find below.    It gives us a bit...