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More BLACK WIDOW Video Action: Oscar Nominees At Work

What I love about a new, "special look" at Marvel's Black Widow is that it features three women who have all been recently nominated for Academy Awards, but it doesn't say that Oscar nominees will be kicking butt.  Scarlett Johannson (Marriage...

ScreenAnarchy's Top Ten Films of 2019

As 2019 comes to an end, ScreenAnarchy’s global team of critics and cineastes weighs in with our favourite cinematic offerings from the past 12 months, which saw Netflix lead the charge for cementing the legitimacy of the streaming platforms, while...

BLACK WIDOW Teases Marvel Action For Women

The long-overdue Black Widow teases a return to family roots for Natasha Romanoff, as played by Scarlett Johansson. She's joined by Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz and David Harbour as 'family' members, with William Hurt as well. This teaser video is...

MOTELX 2019: WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE! And BAD SEED Win Méliès d'Argent Awards

MOTELX, the Lisbon based genre festival in Portugal, wrapped up yesterday after a successful week. They announced the winners of their Méliès d’Argent awards, two films which will go to Sitges to compete for the Méliès d’Or.    Guilherme Daniel's...

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...

Friday One Sheet: MIDSOMMAR Has Lost Its Head

I am revisiting Midsommar's marketing excellent campaign again, to attempt to understand what is going on with the latest poster. Is the central figure here bowing their head? Is their 'head' supposed to be the runes marked on the stone?...

MIDSOMMAR Trailer: Ari Aster Sheds More Sunlight on Rural Horror

Few filmmakers are able to take horror out from the shadows of nightfall and bring terror out into the daylight. So bent on knowing what lurks in the dark it is the night where most of our nightmares happen. However,...

Review: FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY, Hidden in Plain Sight

Oh, I see, it's a British working-class comedy. That's why I liked it so much!

Review: THE LITTLE DRUMMER GIRL, Park Chan-wook's Engrossing TV Debut

A new Park Chan-wook project is always something to get very excited about, but there was extra reason to get worked up last year when it was announced that the Korean master filmmaker was making his first foray into television,...

AnarchyVision at Fantasia 2017: ATOMIC BLONDE, GOOD TIME, LADY MACBETH

Reporting once again from Montreal's famed Fantasia Film Festival, in this edition I look at Cannes Palme d'or contender Good Time, directed by the Safdie brothers and starring Robert Pattinson, along with Charlize Theron's punch-up Atomic Blonde, and the sublime...

Review: LADY MACBETH, An Exhilarating and Timely Tale of a Survivalist Woman

Exquisitely acted, framed and paced, William Oldroyd's Lady Macbeth is perhaps the most accomplished debut feature I've seen in years. Based on Nicolai Lestov's Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District, a 19th century Russian novel which was adapted and scripted by...

Interview: William Oldroyd on LADY MACBETH and Working with a Largely Female Cast and Crew

I had the privilege to watch Lady Macbeth at this year's New Directors/New Films Series in the spring and got a chance to talk to its director William Oldroyd about his very accomplished first feature. The riveting, radical film was...