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DIVERGE: Watch This Exclusive Clip From James Morrison's Indie Sci-Fi

James Morrison's indie sci fi flick Diverge is making its way to iTunes and VOD on February 6th. If you recall we caught some footage from the film's prologue during the Frontieres Coproduction Market at Fantasia during the Summer of...

Review: WE ARE STILL HERE, An Authentic, Jolting Horror Thriller

The quiet before the storm is unsettling. It's a beautiful winter day in 1979. Anne (Barbara Crampton) and Paul (Andrew Sensenig) are driving to their new life in a new home in New England. Paul drives, calmly, while Anne emotes,...

Interview: WE ARE STILL HERE Cast On The Joys Of Practical FX And Adult Horror

We Are Still Here has been garnering enthusiastic reviews from its premiere at SXSW and subsequent screenings at Boston Underground Film Festival and the Stanley Film Festival, with other festival screenings to come. The film is currently playing a limited...

Interview: WE ARE STILL HERE Brings Dangerous '70s Horror Back

First time director Ted Geoghegan teamed up with producer Travis Stevens of Snowfort Pictures on We Are Still Here, an atmospheric gore-fest in the vein of Lucio Fulci. Borrowing elements from Fulci's own House By The Cemetery, Geoghegan and Stevens have delivered...

SXSW 2015 Review: WE ARE STILL HERE, A Refreshing Yet Disturbing Thriller

The quiet before the storm is unsettling. It's a beautiful winter day in 1979. Anne (Barbara Crampton) and Paul (Andrew Sensenig) are driving to their new life in a new home in New England. Paul drives, calmly, while Anne emotes,...

SXSW 2015: WE ARE STILL HERE Teaser Demands Obedience To Horror House

I've lived in apartments for most of my adult life, but I grew up in a house, so I appreciate the allure of owning your own home. But why oh why would you stay in a house with a troubled,...

Fantasia 2014: The First Promo Image For Todd E. Freeman's LOVE SICK

Filmmaker Todd E. Freeman has been working like a madman on his pitch for his next project Love Sick. His film is one of the twelve projects selected to participate in this year's Frontières International Co-Production Market at Fantasia. Freeman is...

Trailer: DON'T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT 2, Plus Exclusive Words From Star Andrew Sensenig

There's a special place in my black heart for '70s horror films that are just the right blend of shlock and and grit. Like-minded fans may recall the 1973 film Don't Look In The Basement, aka The Forgotten, aka what...

WE ARE STILL HERE Promises Atmospheric Haunted-House Horror

Any new ghost movie set in the 1970s automatically has my attention, especially when the people involved have good track records. Setting a movie in that time period removes the clutter and distraction of modern technology, which means the filmmakers...

ScreenAnarchy Talks UPSTREAM COLOR

Shane Carruth's followup to his stunning debut Primer expands to additional theatres this week (and will be available for download and streaming May 7). Our own Eric Snider reviewed the film at Sundance, suggesting that "Upstream Color is interesting; it just...

Interview: Shane Carruth Talks UPSTREAM COLOR

Interviewing Shane Carruth is just as complex as watching his movies, and rightfully so. After his feature film Primer released, he gained all kinds of buzz and had movie geeks (and large studios) foaming at the mouth. Instead of giving...

Preview: This Year's ND/NF Offers Somber Works Of Realism, An Unforgettable Doc & Auteur Driven Sci-fi

A staple of the New York Film scene, New Directors/New Films rolls out this year's selections from March 20th - 31st at The Film Society of Lincoln Center and MoMA. Dustin Chang, our senior contributor from the Five Burroughs, offers...

Sundance 2013 Interview: Shane Carruth on Control and the Self-Distribution of UPSTREAM COLOR

One of the most buzzed about titles at this year's Sundance Film Fest was Shane Carruth's enigmatic competition drama Upstream Color. While the merits and puzzles of the film will be debated for some time to come (you can read...

Sundance 2013 First Impression: UPSTREAM COLOR is Filled with Big, Confusing Ideas

It was nine long years ago that Shane Carruth wowed Sundance audiences and took home the Grand Jury prize for his innovative and minimalist time travel tale Primer. Rumors of a follow-up have circulated for years, but the announcement...

Sundance 2013: Full Trailer for UPSTREAM COLOR Keeps the Mysteries Alive

One of the most anticipated and most enigmatic movies at Sundance this year is Shane Carruth's long awaited follow-up to his Sundance 2004 hit Primer. Upstream Color stars Amy Seimetz alongside Carruth. We've got the full theatrical trailer for...

Sundance 2013: Second UPSTREAM COLOR Teaser Asks More Questions

Everyone is jumping at ghosts when it comes to news about Primer director Shane Carruth's long-long awaited follow-up to that 2004 Grand Jury Prize winning film, Upstream Color. This morning brought a big ghoulish one for us to ponder...

Sundance 2013: Watch The First Mesmerizing Teaser For Shane Carruth's UPSTREAM COLOR

Set to make its premiere in the US Dramatic competition at Sundance in January, Upstream Color is Shane Carruth's long-awaited second feature after his 2004 Grand Jury Prize winning time-travel flick Primer. After a vague if enticing plot synopsis and...

PRIMER Director Shane Carruth Preparing UPSTREAM COLOR For November Shoot

It's taken a while but Primer director Shane Carruth is getting back in the director's chair. While word surfaced last year about his upcoming scifi epic A Topiary that project has proven so large and complex to set up that...