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THE KING'S MAN Trailer: Boys Are So Messy

Featuring more stars than there are in heaven, the new trailer for Matthew Vaughn's The King's Man arrives on the heels of a new release date (September 18) to sate the appetite of action-movie fans who are hungry for a...

Review: In HOW TO BUILD A GIRL, Beanie Feldstein Shines

Gemma Arterton, Michael Sheen, and Emma Thompson also star in director Coky Giedroyc's lively comedy, inspired by a true story.

Review: THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS, A Heady Mix of Arthouse, Genre and Zombies

Opening with the eponymous girl locked in a cell and counting upwards to a thousand, The Girl With All The Gifts may as well be ticking off the sheer number of zombie films that a fan of the genre is...

The Stack: I DECLARE WAR, BODY BAGS, BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES, And More

I took a week off to prep the Gift Guide, which is shaping up to be a doozy. So is this week's reminder episode of recent home entertainment releases, featuring The Beauty of the Devil (1950) from Rene Clair and (finally)...

Review: RUNNER RUNNER, Flush With Hollywood Contrivances

Oh, Hollywood. Just as festival season wraps up for us here in Toronto, you give us this false sense that things are all good in the cinematic world. Last week gave us Rush, this week Gravity, two extraordinary films, among...

Lund 2013: THE WORLD'S END Leads First Wave Of Titles!

As we enter the Fall season there are a number of festivals that we like to keep an eye on. The Lund International Fantastic Film Festival out of Lund, Sweden, just happens to be one of them. LIFFF happens to...

Review: BYZANTIUM, Modern Vampires Stuck Between Worlds

Two sisters try to lay low in Dublin while being pursued by long-coated inspectors. Having committed a rather kinetic and conspicuous murder in the opening sequence of the film, the Webb sisters are actually a pair of highland blood suckers,...

Check The First Poster Art For Monty Python Reunion Picture ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING

The surviving members of Monty Python (minus Eric Idle) are getting back together and they're reportedly bringing Gemma Arterton and Benedict Cumberbatch for the ride along with the voice of Robin Williams. The picture is titled Absolutely Anything and features...

Texas Frightmare Weekend 2013 Brings Lunacy To The Lone Star State Once Again

2013 marks the ninth anniversary of the southwest's biggest horror convention, Texas Frightmare Weekend, and while we at ScreenAnarchy don't typically do a lot of convention coverage apart from San Diego Comic Con, TFW rates as an exception due to...

BYZANTIUM Trailer Beautifully Depicts the Flow of Blood and Time

In a post-Twilight movie landscape, where zombies seem to own the pop cultural zeitgeist for the moment, Neil Jordan's Byzantium is a bit of a curious creature out of time. The film, which played to a muted, somewhat baffled, response...

Brussels 2013 Wrap: Blood, Guts, Singing Filmmakers

During the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, I saw vengeful ghosts, vampire threesomes, transvestite killers, monstrous gorillas, giant spiders and at least a dozen decapitations. Just as entertaining though, were the multiple directors that I saw singing a cappella to...

Review: HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS is Bloody Entertaining

After lampooning Quentin Tarantino and resurrecting Nazi zombies, Norwegian writer-director Tommy Wirkola finally gets to unveil his English language debut. True to form, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters proves to be a goofy, yet thoroughly entertaining romp that blends the...

Film4 FrightFest 2013 Glasgow Announces Line-Up

FrightFest returns to Glasgow this February with another weekend of scares, including UK premieres of Neil Jordan's Byzantium, Eli Roth's Aftershock and much talked of anthology The ABCs Of Death. There's also a retrospective screening of a restored edition of...

TIFF 2012 Review: BYZANTIUM is Stuck Between Worlds

Two sisters try to lay low in Dublin while being pursued by long-coated inspectors. Having committed a rather kinetic and conspicuous murder in the opening sequence of the film, the Webb sisters are actually a pair of highland blood suckers, a 200 year...

Saoirse Ronan And Gemma Arterton Are Vampires On The Prowl In Neil Jordan's BYZANTIUM

It has been a while since The Crying Game and The Butcher Boy director Neil Jordan worked with the sort of dark material where he built his international reputation but that is about to change in a big way.Jordan begins...

ALICE CREED review

To celebrate the local Alice Creed theater release (did I really see a DVD review a couple of days ago?), let me join my fellow ScreenAnarchistss and add another positive review ! Some young directors try to impress by throwing...

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED on DVD and Blu-ray

What? The Disappearance of Alice Creed wasn't playing at your local cinema? Well, whinge no more, because J. Blakeson's excellent feature debut is coming to UK DVD and Blu-ray on the 4th October. A supremely tight three-hander, with uniformly great...

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED Review

[Tomorrow is the strongest release day of the year and so we are taking the opportunity to pull our reviews of the key new release titles back up to the top of the stack. Yes, I'm aware parts of the...

Gemma Arterton Talks THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED

J Blakeson's twisty UK thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed has been winning fans for itself around the globe on the festival circuit for the past year and this coming Friday general audiences in North America will finally get the chance to...

Fantasia 2010: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED Review

[Another consensus pick around these parts, and you'll be hard pressed to find a tighter or leaner thriller chamber-piece.  It makes a stop on its festival circuit at Fantasia before it gets a full commercial release.  Here is James' review...