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Review: ARTEMIS FOWL, Adventure Most Foul

Ferdia Shaw, Josh Gad, Judi Dench and Colin Farrell star in the family adventure, directed by Kenneth Branagh and now streaming on Disney+.

Review: ALL IS TRUE, As The Bard Prepares to Slumber, You May, Too

Kenneth Branagh directs a domestic drama in which he stars as William Shakespeare.

The Many Faces of Dame Judi Dench

Today sees the 82nd birthday of Dame Judi Dench, so this week we dedicate the quiz to her! A renowned actress for over six decades, she achieved worldwide fame at age 60 when she took on the role of "M"...

Fantastic Fest 2016 First Wave: New PHANTASM! VR Horror! Tim Burton! Spotlight on India!

Hold on to your proverbial (or literal) hats, film fans. The legendary Fantastic Fest has just dropped its first announcement of films and events, and is it ever incredible. From Andrea Arnold to Tim Burton to the latest in VR...

First Trailer For Burton's MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN

When Ransom Riggs first published the novel Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children it may have well have been subtitled, "Please Make This Into A Movie, Tim Burton". And having failed to particularly light the box office on fire with...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks FROZEN, ARMSTRONG LIE, PHILOMENA And More

Back again this week after about 12 hours of travel, only managed to make a few stumbles that I'll directly attribute to jetlag. Still, got to gush about the people of Tallinn, Estonia that hosted me for the Black...

Review: PHILOMENA, The Transformative Power Of Raw Anger And Anguish

I was taught to control my emotions, to tamp down anger when it flared up, to empathize with the other person, and to avoid hurting anyone's feelings, which may explain why I sided so quickly with the titular old lady...

Sam Mendes Not Returning For Bond 24

After successfully guiding Skyfall to critical acclaim and huge box office returns around the globe, director Sam Mendes has decided not to return for the next installment of the James Bond franchise. "I have theatre and other commitments, including productions...

The Stack: February Episode Two Includes THE MASTER, SKYFALL, New Shout Factory and More

Welcome back to The Stack! This installment showcases Oscar winners and losers Skyfall, The Master, Argo, and The Sessions, as well as new vintage SE's from Shout Factory,  including Terror Vision, The Video Dead, The Joshua Tree and Prison. The truly...

Win SKYFALL On Blu-ray!

The latest James Bond adventure, Skyfall, has cleaned up at the box office worldwide and has also scored with (most) critics, including our own Brian Clark. It's even won a few awards along the way, including the prize for Best...

BAFTA Honours ARGO, LES MISERABLES and SKYFALL

Last night saw the awards train hit London for the British Academy Film & Television Awards, with Ben Affleck's Argo, Tom Hooper's Les Miserables and Sam Mendes' Skyfall emerging as the big winners on the night. Since they were re-scheduled...

AnarchyVision: Talking MAMA, THE LAST STAND And Oscar Preview

Twitch is proud to announce a new a new regular video series, Twitchvision! On a weekly basis I'll be pontificating on Canada's Nationally Broadcast CTV News Channel. The live broadcast is at 7:30pm EST on Sunday nights, and on Monday mornings...

Have Your Say: SKYFALL Spoiled?

(Hi Mr. Bond, you're about to get screwed...) The teaser trailers of several James Bond movies in the past featured the tagline "Bond Is Back", yet for few it would be so fitting a sentence as it is for Skyfall....

Jason Gorber's Cineruminations: SKYFALL And The Bonds Of Nostalgia

We've gone a little Bond crazy here at ScreenAnarchy, with a whole slew of Bond-themed articles dissecting the casting, the cars, the tunes, and so on, leading up to the North American release of Skyfall. Collectively the Bond flicks...

Fallin' For SKYFALL (Or Not): The ScreenAnarchy Review Roundup

Skyfall is now out worldwide and after an impressive opening weekend in the U.S., we at ScreenAnarchy HQ thought we'd pass the mic around for insights into the latest Bond film. What follows are a few hundred words from several...

Opening: SKYFALL Reaches High, Yet Stumbles

Some two weeks after opening in much of the civilised world (i.e. Europe), Skyfall will finally be unleashed in North America tomorrow, Friday, November 9. Advance word -- including a review by our European Editor, Brian Clark -- has been...

Review: SKYFALL Raises the Bar for Modern Bond Films

Skyfall, like the previous entries in the rebooted Bond series, takes great pains to correct a myth perpetuated by the classics with Sean Connery and Roger Moore. To wit: You do not actually want to be James Bond. Being James...

New SKYFALL Clip Takes The Shot

As has been clear from Day One on this one, there is a certain amount of tension between 007 and commanding officer M in the latest James Bond adventure, Skyfall. And should you care to know why the marketing powers...

New SKYFALL Promo Reminds The License Is To Kill

Lest you forget - and it is easy to do so sometimes - James Bond does not have a license to spy. Or to play with fancy gadgets. Or bed hot ladies. Or drive fancy cars. He has a license...

Blu-ray Review: Taking a Look At the BOND 50 Special Features, Pt. 1

With the recent release of the Bond 50 Blu-ray collection, it was a little tough providing a comprehensive review of the entire 22-disc set. With that in mind, Jason Gorber and I have decided to break up the collection, with...