Tag: drama

Netflix & Chills: STREAM. SCREAM. REPEAT.

This is a public service announcement. As the horror-day season approaches many of us like to line up the thirty-one days of October with a killer line-up or horror delights. Netflix would like to remind you that they have a...

Trailer for THE UNION OF SALVATION: Epic Drama of Russian History

I'm a bit of a sucker for a historical costume drama; one which is a sweeping epic of a pivotal moment in a nation's history, that also has both non-fictional and fictional characters, that test the waters of love, politics,...

INTO THE ASHES Blu-ray Giveaway: Action Flick Starring Luke Grimes, Robert Taylor, James Badge Dale and Frank Grillo

Shake the cobwebs from your long weekend because we have a blu-ray giveaway for you to enter.    With the passing of the theatrical run of Aaron Harvey's action flick Into the Ashes it is now time to focus on...

Friday One Sheet: A HIDDEN LIFE

You are always guaranteed a great poster for the films of Terrence Malick. A Hidden Life premiered at Cannes in May, but here is a teaser poster for its Toronto International Film Festival screening. Set in World War II, and...

Fantasia 2019 Review: HARD-CORE, A Tale Of Right-Wingers, Robots, and Redemption

Yukon (Yamada Takayuki) Gondo is a hard-headed ne'er do well who can't quite seem to hang on to anything in his life. Having no relationships, no real job, and no goals sends him adrift in ways that often get him...

Melbourne 2019 Review: NINA WU, A Clumsy #MeToo Psychological Drama

It would be a disservice to decent thrillers everywhere to give this Taiwanese Cannes entry the same genre label. It is a drama at best, and a very dour one that is devoid of any kind of spark, or thrill....

Karlovy Vary 2019 Review: PATRICK, A Nudist Procedural Tragicomedy About Grief and Identity

Clothes do not make a man in Tim Mielants' procedural coming-of-grief dramedy.

Karlovy Vary 2019 Review: In THE MIRACLE OF THE SARGASSO SEA, Greek Tragedy Meets Psycho Noir

Greek filmmaker Syllas Tzoumerkas delivers an eclectic, psycho-noir mystery thriller.

THE PAINTED BIRD Trailer: Controversial, Atrocities-Ridden Holocaust Novel Adaptation Heads to Venice

An adaptation of Jerzy Kosinski's controversial novel is set for Venice and Toronto.

EMPATHY INC.: New Trailer Marks North American Release Coming This September

Dark Star Pictures will release the critically acclaimed Empathy Inc. from Yedidya Gorsetman and Mark Leidner in North American cinemas (9/13) and on VOD (9/24) this Fall.    Screen Anarchy has been asked to debut a new trailer for the...

Review: Quentin Tarantino's ONCE UPON A TIME IN... HOLLYWOOD

Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie star.

BLOOD ON HER NAME: New Poster Drops Ahead of World Premiere at Fantasia

Mathew Pope's Southern Gothic Neo-Noir Blood on Her Name premiered last night at the Fantasia International Film Festival. Ahead of its premiere this fresh poster, designed by Casey Moore of High Council, was debuted.      The dead body lies at...

MOTELX 2019: MIDSOMMAR, THE LODGE And Local Talent Lead First Wave Titles

MOTELX, the Lisbon International Horror Film Festival, will return for it's lucky 13th year of horror thrills in Portugal.    Tonight the festival is announcing its first wave of titles and Ari Aster's daylight folk horror Midsommar is leading the...

GWEN: RLJE FILMS And Shudder Pick up William McGregor's Debut Thriller

RLJE Films and Shudder have announced that they will handle the theatrical and streaming release of William McGregor's debut feature film, the thriller Gwen.    Gwen is a young girl whose life seems to be collapsing around her. Struggling with...

Fantasia 2019: Final Wave of Films and Events Includes SADAKO, VIVARIUM, Joe Bob Briggs, And More!

We are less than a month away from the Fantasia International Film Festival and the full lineup of this year's edition has just been announced. The festival has been reaching out to all corners or the world and international genre...

BiFan 2019: 10 Films You Should Check Out at the 23rd Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival

Asia's top genre celebration is almost upon us, and as we pack our bags for the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BiFan), we've prepared a few titles to look out for in this year's vast program. Between our recent festival...

Edinburgh 2019: Timothy Spall Is Artist L.S. Lowry In Clip From Festival Closing Film MRS LOWRY & SON

Timothy Spall has already enjoyed success in the role of a renowned British artist, having stepped into the shoes of revolutionary painter J.M.W. Turner in Mike Leigh's 2014 biopic Mr. Turner. This time the actor is tackling the life of...

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...

Febiofest 2019: BY A SHARP KNIFE, A Family Tragedy in a Broken System Turns into Social Stigma

By a Sharp Knife, a drama by up-and-coming Slovakian director Teodor Kuhn, is described by the creators as a generational film. Mainly, it's because real-life events that inspired the film impacted a whole generation, the one where the director and...

THE BASTARD'S FIG TREE: Exclusive Clip From Ana Murugarren's Bleak Comedy

Ana Murugarren's second feature film, the award winning The Bastard's Fig Tree opens in Los Angeles this Friday. Screen Anarchy has been given an exclusive clip to share with you this morning. Find it, and the trailer, below.    In...