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Notes on Streaming: THE WOLF'S CALL (LE CHANT DU LOUP), Crackling French Submarine Thriller

t's the end of the world as we know it, and the French military must stop it.

BiFan 2019: 10 Films to get Excited for at the 23rd Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival

Our annual pilgrimage to the soju-soaked suburbs of South Korea is just days away, with the 23rd Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival getting underway this Thursday. The event promisies 11 days of the finest indie genre offerings from around the...

Neuchatel Unveils Stellar 2019 Lineup!

Long one of the premiere genre film events in the world, the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival has released their full program for their upcoming 2019 edition and it does not disappoint at all. Opening and closing with pictures fresh...

Criterion in September 2019: LOCAL HERO and POLYESTER Lead the Pack

Reflecting on my own preferences, Bill Forsyth and John Waters lead the newest slim pack of releases that have been announced by the Criterion Collection. Local Hero is a marvelous 'little film' that I recall loving very much on its...

Notes on Streaming: UNIT 42 Solves Cyber Crimes, Wins Tough Hearts

The French-language crime series from Belgium is smart and stylish.

Giveaway: Win Soundtrack to Russian New Wave/Rock Musical LETO

It is not often that we get to give away music here at Screen Anarchy. Hardly at all, really. But we have a cool music related giveaway this week.    Screen Anarchy has a vinyl copy of the soundtrack to...

Frontières 2019: Market Projects Announced

As the Fantasia Film Festival draws near we have been waiting to hear from our friends at the Frontieres co-production market. From its humble beginnings sequestered to a tiny classroom above the Hall Auditorium to now filling that very place...

Blu-ray Review: Criterion's LET THE SUNSHINE IN Illuminates

Juliette Binoche lights up Claire Denis' effective drama of The Other Woman.

Cannes 2019 Review: ALL ABOUT YVES, New French Burlesque and the Age of AI

What would you get if you crossed the talking toaster from 'Red Dwarf,' 'Twilight Zone' and '8 Mile'?

HONEYLAND Trailer Showcases Impressive Cinematography

Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov's gorgeous documentary Honeyland is equal parts about how shitty humanity can so often be, and yet also so full of grace and perseverence. It is a cry for conservation and humility, a Shakespearean tragedy, and an...

BLOOD MACHINES Acquired By Shudder, New Teaser Features New Music By Carpenter Brut

Good news for fans of French directing duo Seth Ickerman - best known as the visual side of Turbo Killer, with French synthwave artist Carpenter Brut - on a pair of fronts. First, those anxious to see their latest effort...

Neuchâtel 2019: Quentin Dupieux's DEERSKIN Chosen to Open Swiss Genre Festival

We are less than a month away from the 19th edition of the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival and they have announced their opening film.    Quentin Dupieux’s Deerskin has be chosen to open this year's festival. The French director...

Blu-ray Review: When We Stare Into The Abyss, FUNNY GAMES Stares Back

In Michael Haneke's Funny Games, a pair of teenage boys in tennis clothes appear at the gate of a German family's country home and make themselves at home. What follows is an hour and a half of some of the...

Preview: Open Roads: New Italian Cinema 2019

Film at Lincoln Center and Istituto Luce Cinecittà present the 19th edition of Open Roads: New Italian Cinema, which will unfold from June 6-12. These new crop of films reflects diverse issues facing the country, embroiled in social and political...

BLACK CIRCLE Exclusive: Alternate Posters For Adrián Garcia Bogliano's Psychedelic Horror

Adrián Garcia Bogliano's psychadelic horror drama Black Circle is having its Brazilian premiere at Fantaspoa this year. Screen Anarchy has been asked to share two, never seen before alternate posters designed by Midnight Marauder.    The lives of two sisters...

Blu-ray Review: NIGHT ON EARTH, Jarmusch Travels Around The Globe In A Single Night

There is no director who more personifies American independent films in the '90s than Jim Jarmusch. Yes, he had been working since the early '80s parallel to the No Wave cinema scene in New York, but it was with films...

Fantasia 2019: Massive First Wave of Titles Announced

Summer is also upon us and for many Anarchists that means it will soon be time for our annual trek to Montreal for the Fantasia International Film Festival. For three weeks the raucous and jubilant Fantasia crowd will meow and...

New Genre on VOD: In Neil Jordan's GRETA, Isabelle Huppert Needs a Friend

Plus: Gaspar Noe's 'Climax' and A.T. White's 'Starfish.'

New ANNA: EL PELIGRO TIENE NOMBRE Trailer Owns Its Danger

A new trailer for Luc Besson's Anna: El peligro tiene nombre features new snippets of footage that amps up the action quota nicely. Produced in France and known in the U.S. simply as Anna, the extended title in Spanish means,...

Blu-ray Review: Criterion's ONE SINGS, THE OTHER DOESN'T, A Fitting Memorial To Agnes Varda

The director's 1977 semi-musical ode to the power and pleasures of womanhood is perfectly supported by worthwhile features on the new Blu-ray.