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COMMANDO NINJA: Fresh Batch of Images in a Behind The Scenes Gallery

As Benjamin Combes' homage to 80s action beefcake cinema Commando Ninja comes together in post Screen Anarchy has been sent a batch of behind the scenes stills. Up to now most of these have been largely unseen outside of backers...

Get Your Gut-Munching Goodies From SEVERIN FILMS With This Amazing Blu-ray Cannibal Combo!

The current kings of cult movie overkill, Severin Films, revealed their latest upcoming releases today. Next up for these heroes is a duo of cannibal classics from director Joe D'Amato and writer/star George Eastman, the legendary Video Nasties, Anthropophagous and...

CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA: First Images From Upcoming Netflix Series

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa`s penchant for taking cheerful intellectual properties and going really dark continues with his new series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Aguirre-Sacasa took this dark turn previously with the Archie comics in Riverdale and is looking to romanticize the occult...

CineMage - Episode Two: (In)glorious Americana

SA Editor Benjamin Umstead's new column studies the intersections between film culture, social systems, mental health and the nature of self-awareness and actualization through a humorous lens.

Review: ELIZABETH HARVEST, An Expressionistic Survival Story

The Venezuelan writer-director Sebastian Gutierrez revises the Bluebeard myth for his latest feature-length offering, Elizabeth Harvest

Hey Australia! Win Tickets to See Donnie Yen's BIG BROTHER in Cinemas!

Donnie Yen’s latest film, Big Brother, sees the action superstar playing a school teacher with a dark past who has to use his skills to save one of his students. The film is directed by Kam Kar-wai, who helmed the...

Locarno 2018 Review: HOTEL BY THE RIVER, A Wonderfully Performed New Drama from Hong Sangsoo

Six months after the premiere of Grass at the Berlinale, prolific auteur Hong Sangsoo is back with another black and white drama which once again reunites him with his leading actress Kim Min-hee. Having just debuted at the Locarno International...

Lima 2018 Review: ROBAR A RODIN, Trolling People Like A Boss

In July 2005, a valuable sculpture by Auguste Rodin was stolen from an exhibition in the Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago. Robar a Rodin (Stealing Rodin), a documentary from Cristóbal Valenzuela Berríos, chronicles the events as the...

Crowdfund This: VIOLET Tackles Sexual Acceptance Through a Horror Lens

Violet is a female-led, Lynchian horror romance about a young gay woman who labels sexuality as monstrous in the face of social and religious pressures, linking it specifically to vampirism. For the Irish filmmakers (and fine artists) Chris and Madi,...

Review: SUMMER OF '84 Has An Interesting Dialogue With THE 'BURBS

Be it in big cities or small towns, people have spied on their neighbours, and assumed the worst about them, since we traded a nomadic hunter-gatherer society for permanent houses. It was, however, Alfred Hitchcock (and screenwriter John Michael Hayes)...

Review: THE CRESCENT, A Quietly Confident Experiment in Horror Cinema

Late in Seth A Smith's The Crescent, there is a hushed shot of the lead character, who happens to be a 2-year-old toddler, sitting on a beach, framed inside an hollow wreck of an old seaside house. The camera slowly...

Melbourne 2018 Review: GIRLS ALWAYS HAPPY, Yang Mingming's Biting Dysfunctional Family Film Debut

Girls Always Happy proves anything but in Yang Mingming’s feature film debut. She both directs and stars as Wu, the troubled daughter and one-half of the powerfully dysfunctional family dynamic that anchors the film. The other half is her mother...

Exclusive Clip: Temptations Run Hot on THE ISLAND, Huang Bo's New Survival Comedy

Chinese comedian Huang Bo unleashes his directorial debut this weekend when The Island opens at selected venues across North America on 10 August. The actor, best known for his roles in Lost in Thailand, Crazy Racer and Journey to the...

Lima 2018 Review: LA EDUCACIÓN DEL REY, A Solid, No-Frills Festival Breather

There are certain things you expect from movies playing at a festival. Most of the time, it's more auteur-driven films, experimental, low-key works, a more personal style of filmmaking, movies unconcerned with their commercial prospects, and so on; this is...

Locarno 2018 Review: ALICE T., Romanian Cinema in Reinvention

Contemporary Romanian cinema has established its steady presence in world cinema after the new wave boom. New talent emerged this year at Berlinale, where Ioana Uricaru introduced Lemonade, while experienced filmmaker Radu Jude netted the top honor at this year's...

Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival Announces 2018 Lineup

Our friends at the Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (PUFF) are gearing up for another festival jammed with genre goodness. Less than a month from now the festival dedicated to showcasing fantastic cinema from around the world will thrill locals at...

DEAD TEENAGER SEANCE: New Short on The Way From O DIABO MORA AQUI Duo

Brazilian filmmakers Dante Vescio and Rodrigo Gasparini have been on our radar for a few years now. Their short film M is for Mailbox made an impression during the competition section for the first ABCs of Death anthology. They followed...

Lima 2018 Review: Father And Son Bond Over One HUNTING SEASON

Despondent and lashing out after the recent death of his mother, teenager Nahuel (Lautaro Bettoni) is sent to stay for a while with his estranged biological father, Ernesto (Germán Palacios), who lives and works as a hunting guide in the...

Hey Australia! Win Tickets to See Huang Bo's THE ISLAND in Cinemas!

The Island is the directorial debut from popular Chinese actor Huang Bo. The comedy tells the story of a group of mismatched individuals trying to get out of a desert island. The cast is stellar and includes Shu Qi, Wang...

Fantasia 2018 Review: BROTHERS' NEST, A Dark Family Plot Goes Sour

A pair of hapless brothers plot to ensure their inheritance stays in the family in Brothers' Nest, the latest film from director Clayton Jacobson. Jeff (Clayton Jacobson) and Terry (Shane Jacobson) are middle-aged brothers who have come up with a...