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CLIMAX: Check Out The Canadian Theatrical Trailer And Poster

Last week we shared the announcement of the schedule for the Canadian theatrical release of Gasper Noe's Climax. Screen Anarchy has the first look at the kind of new theatrical trailer and poster for the flick.     Culminating with...

Now On Blu-ray: SICARIO, TRUE DETECTIVE S2, THE GREEN INFERNO, LOVE And More

The new year in Blu-ray begins with one, maybe two, clear winners. Sicario: A top 10 pick of the year, per our writers (including myself), this is a pulse-pounding thriller that should look spectacular on Blu-ray, thanks to Roger Deakins'...

Interview: Gaspar Noé On LOVE's Altered States

For the excessively fortunate, love can resemble that of a Meg Ryan / Tom Hanks vehicle. Sadly, more often than not, love more closely resembles the latest Gaspar Noé nightmare, boldly titled, Love. It is a word that yields multiple definitions...

Review: LOVE, Much More Than A Gimmick

Gaspar Noé. For some even the name sends shudders. Thoughts of the visually bombastic Enter the Void cause a kind of PTSD, and his Irreversable still haunts some 13 years on. The Argentine-born, France-based director occupies a unique and...

Destroy All Monsters: LOVE And Dicks

Gaspar Noe's Love is ridiculous, and I'm fairly convinced it knows it. It's a movie about dicks, which are ridiculous objects; and ridiculous people, who happen to be dicks. It's the great cinematic circle-jerk. Your mileage may vary. There is,...

Toronto 2015 Preview: Midnight Madness & Vanguard

Welcome back to our Toronto International Film Fest 2015 preview series. Yesterday you got a taste of what's coming in the Special Presentations and Galas. Today it's a trip through the amazing Midnight Madness and Vanguard titles that have made...

Trailer For Cannes Selected Anthology 7 DAYS IN HAVANA

With a director list that includes the likes of Benicio Del Toro, Gaspar Noe and Pablo Trapero, anthology drama 7 Days In Havana will be sure to draw major attention when it premieres in Cannes. A seven director project made...

(Not So) Boozie Movies At Danger After Dark! ENTER THE VOID Review

[Back in January regular ScreenAnarchy reader indiemaker drank a great deal of alcohol, watched Isaac Florentine's Ninja and sent us a wildly entertaining review as a result. He has maintained this tradition throughout Philadelphia's Danger After Dark Festival but in...

Strip-Tease(r) from Gaspar Noe's Party: ENTER THE VOID

There has been a lot of talk, and a lot of argument around these parts, on the merit and quality and overall significance of Gaspar Noe's Enter The Void.  Some of us have a strong dislike, some of us think...

It's the NSFW Japanese trailer for Gasper Noe's 'Enter the Void'!

Yar. Thar be nudity and suggestive scenes in yonder Japanese trailer for Gasper Noe's Enter the Void. Consider ye warned. She be a sexy and visually fucked up trailer indeed. I don't know why I did that in pirate vernacular....

Sundance 2010: ENTER THE VOID Review

[Because Sundance is featuring films that have played at other festivals, and Enter The Void happens to be what I consider the best film on the circuit in 2009, here is my review, republished from when I caught it...

Gaspar Noé to make "Joyful Porn" film in Glorious 3D

As the guy who gets migraines from watching 3D (my Avatar IMAX-3D hang-over lasted several days), it seems strange that I would actively wish that Gaspar Noé's Enter The Void (all 156 minutes of it) would be retrofitted into the...

Enter The Void is Coming to America

It is not in any way surprising that Enter The Void was a polarizing film on the festival circuit.  I mean this was a three hour spiritual odyssey from Gaspar Noé, the director who made Irreversible.  Long, repetitive, loose and...

Sitges 09: ENTER THE VOID Review

[With two very positive reviews of Gaspar Noe's Enter the Void already published here at ScreenAnarchy you may consider my own take on the film to be a dissenting view.  Find the others in the archive.]Unfocused, poorly thought out, and...

TIFF 09: ENTER THE VOID Review

[Our thanks to Katarina Gligorijevic for the following review of the latest from Gaspar Noe.] Gaspar Noé won the Palme D'Or of my heart with this 160+ minute mind-bender. Enter the Void is more of an experimental, avant-garde journey through...