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Issa López's Festival Hit, TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID, Acquired By Shudder For Late 2019 Release

After over a year on the festival circuit and months of speculation, it was finally confirmed today that Issa López's Tigers Are Not Afraid has been acquired by AMC-owned horror-centric streaming service, Shudder for a release in late 2019. The film...

Tribeca 2019: Poster Debut for Mexican Thriller THE GASOLINE THIEVES (HUACHICOLERO)

One of our most anticipated movies at the upcoming Tribeca Film Fest is Edgar Nito's thriller The Gasoline Thieves (aka Huachicolero). With the producing power of Joshua Sobel, Tom Davia, Annick Manhert, Pablo Guisa, Hugues Barbier, Victor Leycegui, and Mario...

DEAD TEENAGER SEANCE: Watch The Trailer For Brazilian Horror Comedy Short Film

Dead Teenager Seance, the horror comedy short film from Dante Vescio and Rodrigo Gasparini is making the festival rounds, playing in Brussels this week(ish). Yesterday they released the trailer for it, which you will find below.    A group of...

LA SOLAPA: Exclusive Images From a New Short Film by RELICTO's Laura Sanchez Acosta

Argentine director Laura Sanchez Acosta is set to premier her new short film La Solapa over in Brussels during BIFFF. The director of Relicto A Mesopotamic Story, Sanchez Acosta made her film after she won the short film prize at...

Blood Window Pinamar 2019: Second Annual Genre Fest Invades The Small Town in Coastal Argentina

Our friends at Blood Window in Argentina are once again preparing to roll into the coastal town of Pinamar, a little south of Buenos Aires, for the sophomore run of The Fantasy and Horror Film Festival Blood Window Pinamar.   ...

New Directors/New Films 2019: 5 Notable Selections

This year's edition of New Directors/New Films, boasting one of its strongest slates in recent memory, runs through April 7 at The Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art. Below are five notable selections. For more...

WELCOME TO ACAPULCO Interview: Director Guillermo Iván On His Video Game-Inspired Action Comedy

How in the hell did American video game designer Matt Booth (Michael Kingsbaker) end up in Acapulco, Mexico, being chased by several extremely dangerous characters? That’s the big question Guillermo Iván's action comedy Welcome to Acapulco seeks to answer, going...

Kinoki Film Festival Presents Official Selection And Special Screenings Of Its 2019 Edition

The Kinoki Film Festival is a yearly celebration hosted by the Universidad Iberoamericana (IBERO), one of the most recognized universities in Mexico. From March 28 to April 5, the 14th edition of Kinoki will have Brazil as the spotlight country,...

BULLETS OF JUSTICE: Moves From Pilot to Full Feature Film

In the Spring of 2017 we first reported of a crowdfunding campaign for a bonkers concept titled Bullets of Justice. Today we got word of a new poster and a recut trailer. If you need a refresher on Bullets of...

Cinequest 2019: Watch This Exclusive Clip From Documentary CLEAN HANDS

Michael Dominic's new documentary Clean Hands will screen at the Cinequest Film Festival this weekend. ScreenAnarchy has a clip to share with you today.    While we do have our share of fun here at ScreenAnarchy none of us are...

Miami 2019 Review: IS THAT YOU?

I'm here in fabulous, balmy Miami for the 2019 Miami Film Festival and while it's always hard to leave home, where I live (Greater Boston) got 14 inches of snow the other day, and I'm glad for the escape. One...

WELCOME TO ACAPULCO Exclusive Clip: Michael Madsen Expresses Displeasure in His Staff's Performance, With Tableware

Guillermo Ivan's action comedy Welcome to Acapulco will be released on VOD and Digital HD by Momentum Pictures on March 12th.      Screen Anarchy has an exclusive clip to share with you. Michael Madsen is Hyde, obviously the movie's...

Friday One Sheet: DIVINE LOVE and Neon Iconography

This column's obsession with neon continues with the key art for Brazilian drama and Sundance entry, Divino Amor. The design feels like those ubiquitous paperback novels of the 1980s, dealing more in iconography than 'description.' Even the tagline here, "True...

SAHARA HELLEN: EL REGRESO DEL VAMPIRO Trailer Offers Peruvian Religious Horror

Even if you don't know a word of Spanish, "vampiro" probably jumped out at you in the title, didn't it? Me, too! The trailer touches all the bases, as we say in the U.S., for religious horror, complete with crucifixes,...

ALBATROZ Trailer Teases a Deadly Brazilian Mystery

My Portuguese language skills are rusty (OK, they are non-existent), but the visuals and mood in new TV spots for Brazilian mystery Albatroz caught my eye, sending me back to the first trailer, which actually dropped about two weeks ago....

PUNTO MUERTO (DEAD END): Stills And Teaser Revealed For 40s Style Murder Mystery Film From Argentina

The first teaser and a selection of images were passed along to us today for Daniel de la Vega’s new film Punto Muerto (Dead End).    Luis Penafiel is a writer who has just finished a novel that presents the...

ILL: A New Extreme Body Horror Anthology is Coming From TRAUMA, A TASTE OF PHOBIA and SCARS OF XAVIER Directors

A new extreme body horror anthology called Ill was announced the other day. We caught wind of it when my friend Lucio A. Rojas, director of last year's extreme horror offering Trauma, sent me the announcement. After I harranged him...

Review: BIRDS OF PASSAGE, How the Drug Trade Changes People

Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra have made a beautiful film about Wayuu culture and the drug trade.

We Are The Weirdos 2019: The Final Girls UK Film Collective Announces Short Film Tour Dates

If you live in the UK and are looking for more ways to support female filmmakers, especially female genre filmmakers, then you need to check out We Are The Weirdos, a film program created by the feminist film collective The...

Rotterdam 2019 Review: NONA. IF THEY SOAK ME, I'LL BURN THEM, An Intriguing Mocku-Biopic

Chilean filmmaker Camila José Donoso's third feature manifests formalistic experimentation in docu-fiction and reality aesthetics.