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THE TOKOLOSHE Trailer: South African Myth Terrifies in New Trailer

Many cultures have creatures in their folklore that come at night, dispute sleep, and generally terrorize a person or a community to the point of madness. In Zulu mythology, that creature is the Tokoloshe, and in Jeremy Pikwane's feature debut...

KNIVES AND SKIN: New Trailer Cuts to the Moody Bone

A teenager disappears and no one knows what happened, except that it must be a living nightmare. Jennifer Reeder's moody noir Knives and Skin might draw comparisons to other modern noirs, such as Blue Velvet or Brick, but it walks...

New AUTOMATION Trailer Suggests Machines Are Definitely Not Your Friends

"He's firing a laser! We don't need that for shipping and receiving!" A new trailer for Garo Setian's sci-fi thriller/comedy Automation begins on a familiar, if unhappy note, as a slick new robot arrives at a giant warehouse. The robot...

Gorgeous, Psychedelic COLOR OUT OF SPACE Trailer: Everything Is Not Going To Be OK

I hate to disagree with Nicolas Cage, but everything is not going to be OK in Color Out of Space. Billed as the return of visionary director Richard Stanley -- though he never left filmmaking, he has been absent from...

Review: FRANKIE, Gentle Yet Piercing Drama

Isabelle Huppert leads the ensemble cast. Ira Sachs directed.

Exclusive Key Art: Intense Thriller MINE 9 Heads to Blu-ray, DVD, VOD

"God will not protect us in Hell." Inspired by real-life events, Mine 9 "follows nine Appalachian coal miners trapped two miles underground after a methane explosion," per the official description. "With only an hour's supply of oxygen, the race is...

A Violent Killer Terrorizes Tamil Nadu In PSYCHO Teaser from Mysskin

Indian regional cinema is going through a genre craze right now, and the latest upcoming entry is director Mysskin's Psycho. Mysskin is one of Tamil Nadu's most iconoclastic filmmakers, equally admired by multiplex audiences and fans of less conventional cinema....

The Taste Of Forbidden Love Is Bittersweet In The AAMIS (RAVENING) Trailer

The first trailer for Assamese director Bhaskar Hazarika's genre-defying Aamis (Ravening) has appeared online and it teases a love stoy unlike any you've ever seen. A young graduate student, played by newcomer Arghadeep Baruah, in the northeastern Indian state of...

Review: ADOPT A HIGHWAY, Ethan Hawke Shines in a Hopeful but Inconsistent Film

One of the many things that has always boggled my mind about the USA is the prison system, and its treatment of felons, from privatization of prisons, to not being able to vote upon release, to the 'three-strike-rule' that seemed...

DOC NYC 2019 Exclusive Trailer Premiere: AI WEIWEI: YOURS TRULY

Earlier this year, we were pleased to premiere an exclusive clip from director Cheryl Haines' documentary Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly, which enjoyed its world premiere at the San Francisco International Film Festival. Now we're even more pleased to premiere an...

In CODE 8 Trailer, Superheroes Are Not So Super

Dear fanboys, I'm afraid we are nearing a tipping point when it comes to superhero movies, that moment when everyone becomes completely exhausted by the mere mention of super-this or super-that. Maybe, though, it's just that we need a broader...

Short Film LITTLE LAMB An Australian Twist on an Old Fairy Tale

Australian director Heidi Lee Douglas has been making waves for a few years with her shorts film: most recently with the eco-horror Devil Woman, which has been screening at numerous festivals for over a year. But she first came to...

Now Streaming: ELI, Who Is Forsaken

Charlie Shotwell, Kelly Reilly, Max Martini and Lili Taylor star in the horror drama; Ciarán Foy directed.

Now Streaming: WOUNDS May Never Heal

Armie Hammer, Zazie Beetz and Dakota Johnson star in an absorbing horror drama, directed by Babak Anvari.

MOB TOWN Trailer: Go Chase Some Squirrels

Maybe you've heard about the mob movie that's inspired by true events? Maybe you know that it draws inspiration from a book that details an unprecedented meeting of reputed Mafia leaders in upstate New York in 1957? Well, this isn't...

Austin 2019 Review: THE VICE GUIDE TO BIGFOOT, In Search of Post-Modern Laughs

Ben Emond co-wrote and stars in the paranormal comedy, directed by Zach Lamplugh.

Montreal Nouveau 2019 Review: L.A. TEA TIME, The Journey is the Destination

All artists have their heroes: the ones whose work we admire, whose work likely inspired their own, and whom they would give a lot just to spend an hour with to better understand their hero and inspiration. Much of this...

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