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TARGETS Blu-ray Review: Criterion Hits the Mark with Peter Bogdanovich's First Great Film

Boris Karloff headlines Bogdanovich's frightfully apt sniper horror film.

THE WRATH OF BECKY Review: Teenage Girl Versus Upscale White Supremacists

Lulu Wilson and Seann William Scott star in a brutal thriller, directed by Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote.

THE HOLE IN THE FENCE Review: The Cruelty is the Point

"The rich are very different from you and me." F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said this with an apparently envy and longing to be rich. And there is a idea that most people want to be rich - but really, most...

FEAR THE INVISIBLE MAN: New Trailer And Release Announcement

Based on the classic novel by H.G. Wells, a young widow shelters her invisible medical school colleague. As his sanity deteriorates, she must stop him before he endangers the city.


David L. Cunningham's historical drama The Wind & The Reckoning begins its New York theatrical run at the Village East Cinema this Friday, May 26. We have an exclusive clip to share with you today. Check it out down below.   ...

SHEROES: Official Trailer & Key Art

When four thick-as-thieves friends arrive in Thailand they quickly find themselves in over their heads. Fighting to stay alive they' employ their unique set of skills and unleash their fierce loyalty in a heart-pumping battle for survival.

THE THIEF COLLECTOR Review: Engaging Real-World Art-Heist Doc

Allison Otto directed the documentary.

MASTER GARDENER Review: A Kind of Staid Pastiche

Director Paul Schrader's new film stars Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver and Quintessa Swindell.

MOON GARDEN: Now Playing in Movie Theaters

Directed by Ryan Steven Harris, the film stars Augie Duke, Brionne Davis, and Haven Lee Harris.

BROOKLYN 45 Trailer: The Ghosts of War Never Fade Away

A new Ted Geoghegan film gets us at ScreenAnarchy interested. He takes familiar horror tropes and makes them decidely unfamiliar in the most intimate and terrifying way, be that a haunted house in We Are Still Here or anti-colonial monsters...

THE COW WHO SANG A SONG INTO THE FUTURE Review: A Chorus of Anger and Longing

Cows might be one of the few animals whose 'wild' version no longer exists; now bred solely in domestication, they represent how humans have forcibly adapted the natural world for our wants, without regard to the consequences. But now the...

Shudder in June: BROOKLYN 45 And CHILDREN OF THE CORN Kick Off Summer

Summer is about to kick off and Shudder will be there when you need retreat from the heat. They've announced their lineup for the month of June and as always there is a terrific mix of new additions and old...

BLACKBERRY: Now Playing in Movie Theaters

Directed by Toronto's own Matt Johnson, the film stars Jay Baruchel, Glenn Howerton and Michael Ironside.

GIVING BIRTH TO A BUTTERFLY Review: When It's Time to Board The Next Train

Tolstoy once famously wrote that every unhappy family is unhappy in their own way. You could substitute the word 'unhappy' for 'eccentric' or 'detached from reality'. It's not uncommon for married couples, and their children as they grow into their...

Chicago Critics 2023 Review: SANCTUARY Is More SECRETARY Than BASIC INSTINCT

Margaret Qualley and Christopher Abbott star; Zachary Wigon directed.

CARMEN Review: Opera Tale Reimagined As Immigration Drama

Melissa Barrera and Paul Mescal sing and dance in choreographer-turned-director Benjamin Millepied's debut feature.


In CHILDREN OF THE CORN, twelve-year-old Eden, possessed by a spirit in a dying cornfield, recruits the other children in her small town to rise up and take control. Tired of having to pay the price for their parents’ mistakes,...

QUEENS OF THE QING DYNASTY Review: The Poetry of Queerness and Camaraderie

It will come as no surprise to observe that most countries/societies in the world are set up to accommodate and bolster a very narrow group of people, based on race, sexual preference, gender identity, class, religion, physical ability, and perhaps...

Hot Docs 2023 Review: ANGEL APPLICANT Reveals the Art of Survival

Ken A. Meyer directed, created an emotionally engaging, culturally relevant, and socially influential double portrait of artist Paul Klee and himself, dealing with the same disease.

THE HOLE IN THE FENCE Trailer: Eat the Rich Before They Eat Us?

It's true that the rich and powerful live in their own world - they really only spend time with each other, leading to very warped ideas of how the rest of us live, and even if we deserve to live....