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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. ...

QUEER JAPAN: Altered Innocence Picks up North American Rights

Boutique distributor Altered Innocence, the label dedicated to releasing arthouse LGBTQ and Coming-of-Age films, has picked up Graham Kolbeins' debut feature documentary Queer Japan.    Trailblazing artists, activists, and everyday people from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality defy...

Oscars 2020 Review: THE PAINTED BIRD, A Child´s Adventures in Abominationland

A WWII coming-of-age not for the faint of heart is the Czech Repulic´s bid for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards.

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

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...

PARASITE Interview: Park So-dam on Failure, Family, and "Appa" Song Kang-ho

After facing the rejection of 17 failed auditions a month, Park So-dam held to her dream, and is now one of South Korea’s most sought-after actresses.  Receiving worldwide acclaim for her role as the crafty, whipsmart baby sister of Parasite’s...

THE LEGEND OF BARON TO'A: It's Like Chow Meets Waititi In All-Islander Wrestling Smackdown!

Yep, it puts a lot of weight on Kiel McNaughton's upcoming action-comedy The Legend Of Baron To'a to start off by comparing it to the work of Stephen Chow and Taika Waititi, but hey ... when you take a cast...

Busan 2019 Review: LIGHT FOR THE YOUTH Conveys the Desperate Struggles of South Korea's Younger Generation

The acute hardships of South Korea’s youth and the dog-eat-dog mentality of the corporate workplace are the focus of writer-director Shin Su-won’s fourth feature, Light for the Youth. With Glass Garden (2017), Madonna (2015) and Pluto (2012), Shin’s previous films...

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...

Poster And Images From Marc Carrete's EL ESPIRITISTA

Asmodexia director Marc Carrete has been in these pages many times over the years and he's back again with his latest project, El Espiritista. Set in 1950's Spain the film follows a spiritist photographer who travels to a small town...

A GENRE OF ONE: THE CINEMA OF BONG JOON HO: Retrospective Program in L.A. Highlights Korean Master`s Filmography

Oh you lucky, lucky people in Los Angeles. What we wouldn`t do to be in Los Angeles at the end of the month for this special treat, a retrospective program of some of Bong Joon-ho`s cinematic masterpieces. Damnit, Los Angeles,...

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...

Vancouver 2019 Review: STILL HUMAN Features Incredibly Moving Performances

Directed by Oliver Siu Kuen Chan, Still Human tells the story of a friendship that blossoms between a man living with a disability and his live-in Filipina caregiver. Veteran Hong Kong actor Anthony Wong plays Cheong-wing, who was paralyzed in a...

Now Streaming: NO GUNS LIFE Turns Men Into Guns, AZUR LANE Turns Women Into Battleships

Weapons are twisted into new humanoid forms in these 'I can't believe it's a series' animated shows.

Criterion in January 2020: Celebrating Directors Almodovar, Godard, Lumet and Cukor

The Criterion Collection will release 5 films by 4 directors on 2 different home video formats to start the year off right.