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THE CALL Trailer: Things Will Get Bloody

Warning: Lin Shaye is friends with Tobin Bell. Thus, if you dare to call the distinguished woman "an old hag," ya stupid kid, you should expect that she will make The Call to her dear friend. And things will get...

Review: AVA Fails to Give Jessica Chastain an Action Franchise Of Her Own

Jessica Chastain, John Malkovich, Common and Geena Davis star in an action movie, directed by Tate Taylor ('The Help').

ARCHENEMY: RLJE Films Acquires North American Rights For New Adam Egypt Mortimer Flick Ahead of World Premiere

It's days away from the world premiere of Archenemy, the new flick from Adam Egypt Mortimer (Daniel Isn’t Real, Some Kind of Hate), and the North American rights have been picked up by RLJE Films. Wasting no time they're planning...

FAKING A MURDERER: New Trailer, Poster and Stills Ahead of Horror Flick's Online Release

Canadian horror flick Faking a Murderer, from Scarecrows and Jack of all Trades duo Adam Rodness and Stuart Stone, will have its world premiere on specialty channel Hollywood Suite here at home.    In search of their next hit series,...

Review: ETHERIA Season 2: Assassins, Cannibals, Time Travellers, and Witches Bring Terror to the Small Screen

The second bloody season of the anthology series is back! I love anthologies, which may or may not have a theme running through them; in this case, not such much a theme as just films directed by women. And not...

SAVE YOURSELVES! Trailer: Watch out for Alien Pouffes

I do love weird sci-fi. Especially what is often termed lo-fi sci fi, those films that use either little or no special effects, and are far more about how humans deals with really weird shit happening (other examples being The...

Exclusive: J.R. "BOB" DOBBS AND THE CHURCH OF THE SUBGENIUS Trailer Debut

Sandy K. Boone's film features appearances from Richard Linklater, Penn Jillette and Nick Offerman.

Review: STUNTWOMEN: THE UNTOLD HOLLYWOOD STORY

Have you ever watched Charlize Theron, Lynda Carter, Michelle Rodriguez, Michelle Yeoh, Brie Larson, Pam Grier, or Carrie-Anne Moss in an action flick and wonder, "How the hell did they do that?"    Based on the best-selling book by Mollie...

SUMMERLAND: Exclusive Clip And an iTunes Code Giveaway For Canadian LGBTQ Comedy Drama

Today we have an exclusive clip to share with you, as well as an iTunes code giveaway, for the LGBTQ coming-of-age film Summerland from Lankyboy (Kurtis David Harder & Noah Kentis). Summerland is out now on VOD on iTunes, Vudu,...

Review: KAJILLIONAIRE, Oddball Charms and Genuine Emotion in Equal Measure

Evan Rachel Wood, Mark Ivanir, Gina Rodriguez and Debra Winger star in filmmaker Miranda July's latest comedy-drama.

Review: THE WAY I SEE IT, Nostalgia and Insight in Equal Measure

Four years ago, only a few Obamaphiles knew who Pete Souza, then the senior White House photographer, was. With a career that began before Ronald Reagan arrived in the People’s House, through an extended stint as White House photographer under...

Oldenburg 2020 Review: BUCK ALAMO, The Strains of a Surreal Twilight Song

When your name comes up on Death's list, there's not really much you can do, except wait for him to collect you. Well, maybe not quite for Eli Cody; he might have gotten his fatal diagnosis, but he's not going...

ROGUE WARFARE: DEATH OF A NATION Exclusive Clip

The Rogue Warfare trilogy of films has proven to be a popular one for distributor Saban Films. Or we wouldn't be talking about a trilogy or a third film with you today. The team, led by Will Yun Lee, is...

Venice 2020 Review: THE BEST IS YET TO COME Hopes for a Better World in Uplifting Newsroom Drama

Jing Wang´s feature debut is a love letter to journalism and its potency to change million of lives for better.

Trailer & Poster for SYNCHRONIC: Psychedelic Time Travel Chaos

It's not secret that we at ScreenAnarchy are big fans of Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson. And we love their movies, too. They have a particular perspective in blending science fiction and drama with some horror thrown in, that makes...

Toronto 2020 Review: TRICKSTER, Mischief and Mayhem in the North

Being a teenager these days is not easy. But if you add to that being one in a rural community with few job prospects, in which you are an Indigenous person and therefore frequently treated like a second-class citizen (to...

Review: RESIDUE, The Fading Light of Home & Identity

What is home? Is it the place you grew up? Where you parents reside? Just the general neighbourhood, or the whole town? What does it mean to move back again, and what differences in you as a person would make...

MONOCHROME: THE CHROMISM Trailer Bleeds Red

The eye-catching novelty of the trailer for Monochrome: The Chromism is that it's presented in black and white, but with color bleeding into the picture at specified points. Is that sufficient to sustain a narrative for its feature length? Probably...

SCARE ME Trailer: You Better Listen to Aya Cash Tell a Story

You had me at Aya Cash as a successful horror writer. Aya Cash starred for multiple seasons in Stephen Falk's intoxicating and infuriating anti-romantic comic series You're the Worst and has more recently shown up in the action series The...

Toronto 2020: CITY HALL Trailer, Frederick Wiseman Documents Boston Problems, Possible Solutions

The great Frederick Wiseman makes documentaries that are restful yet restless, exploring big subjects that inevitably spiral and split into absorbing moments, capturing a time and place that may never be repeated or replicated. His latest, City Hall, recently enjoyed...