Tag: fedorbondarchuk

Russian INVASION Trailer: The End Is Near

Fedor Bondarchuk's Attraction (2017) follows what happens after a ship from outer space crash lands on Earth. His sequel, Invasion, evidently spells doom for mankind. Back in 2005, Bondarchuk made a big splash with 9th Company, which I remember as...

QUEEN OF SPADES Trailer: Russian Thriller Acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films

Good news, Russian film fans! Pavel Lungin’s lavish thriller Queen of Spades will be released On-demand & on digital platforms in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand on October 30, 2018, from Samuel Goldwyn Films. The film was co-produced...

Second Trailer For Bondarchuk's ATTRACTION Brings Large Scale Destruction

It was back in late April that a first teaser arrived for Fedor Bondarchuk's Russian science fiction film Attraction. With titles such as Stalingrad and 9th Company under his belt, Bondarchuk is pretty much the apex predator of the Russian...

ATTRACTION: Bondarchuk Delivers Intriguing Teaser For New Russian Scifi

Already well established as an actor and on the rise as a producer by the time he burst onto the scene as the director of 2005 war effort 9th Company, Fedor Bondarchuk's rise to the top of the heap in...

Well Go USA: Watch MAN FROM NOWHERE, LEGEND OF THE FIST And More For Free

Here is a spot of good news if you like to watch titles that have been popular with the ScreenAnarchy crowd. Our friends at Well Go USA have started to release some of their titles for free on their website....

Review: STALINGRAD Offers Massive Visual Spectacle But Little Else

Its US release coming on the heels of the just-wrapped Sochi Olympics, where Russia presented a noble image of itself for both domestic and international consumption, the Russian war film Stalingrad seeks to do much the same in cinematic terms. It...

9TH COMPANY Review

Sweeping, big-budget war films are a tricky proposition in this day and age--if they aim for action/adventure audiences, they risk being perceived as glorifying combat. If they instead position themselves as serious-minded social/political dramas punctuated with the occasional bloody interlude,...