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Giveaway: Win a Copy of A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES Season 2 on Blu-ray or DVD

ScreenAnarchy has two blu-ray sets and one DVD set of the second season of the fantasy horror sereis A Discory of Witches to give away this week. Season 2 will be available to own from RLJE Films on DVD and...

A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES To Hit the Small Screen with Matthew Goode & Teresa Palmer

It seems audiences can't get enough of vampires. Sky has announced an adaptation of the popular All Souls trilogy by Deborah Harkness, shortly to begin production in Wales and Oxford. Not only will the show star Teresa Palmer (Hacksaw Ridge)...

The Many Faces Of Sir Ben Kingsley

This week, Tarsem's science fiction thriller Self/Less sees a wide release. Starring Ryan Reynolds as a guy trying to find out what's up with his newly grown younger body, the main character is actually a far older guy, played at...

Review: SELF/LESS Wants To Be Something More, Whatever That Means

No one in sound mind and body wants to die, and that includes Ben Kingsley in the new film by Tarsem Singh. The director made his feature debut with the visually-striking The Cell in 2000, which raised expectations for bizarre...

AnarchyVision: Talking JACK THE GIANT SLAYER, STOKER, And THE GATEKEEPERS

Back again with another Twitchvision, this time talking about three good movies that came out this week (Jack: The Giant Slayer, Stoker and The Gatekeepers), and trying to pretend that we live in a world where 21 And Over doesn't...

Interview: Park Chan-Wook Talks STOKER

Park Chan-wook needs no introduction to any longtime ScreenAnarchy reader or fan of 21st century Korean cinema. With Stoker, his first English-language film, it is very likely that his star will shine even brighter and higher for even more of...

Review: STOKER Triumphs With Beauty And Violence

Stoker is what you've come to expect from Park Chan-wook: A twisted tale of familial obsession, sexual repression, buried histories, and, in the loosest and grimmest sense, self-liberation. Park's uber-violent Vengeance trilogy, and political thriller JSA: Joint Security Area, are...

Matthew Goode Joins Kyle Chandler In Ridley Scott's THE VATICAN

Hollywood is nothing if not a town that loves "coincidental" timing, so it should be no surprise that U.S. premium cable channel Showtimes has announced the casting for its prospective new series The Vatican in the wake of Pope Benedict's...

Hey, Toronto! Win Passes For An Advance Screening Of Park Chan-wook's STOKER!

Park Chan-wook's English language debut Stoker divided audiences when it screened in Sundance - where our Sean Smithson loved it, as did our own Ard Vijn and Peter Van Der Lugt when they caught the European premiere in Rotterdam -...

Meet The STOKER Family In A New Behind The Scenes Featurette

As Stoker's March 1st release date approaches, let this new peek into the twisted members of the family whet your appetite for Park Chan-wook's highly-anticipated English-language debut.  After India's father dies, her Uncle Charlie, who she never knew existed, comes...

Sundance 2013 Review: STOKER Is A Triumph Of Beauty And Violence

Around these parts, a new Park Chan-wook film is an event to be highly anticipated. So I was quite excited to have the chance to see the maestro's latest film, Stoker, his first in English to boot, at Sundance last weekend. His uber-violent...

Park Chan-wook Gets Manic With New STOKER Trailer

Oldboy director Park Chan-wook premiered his English language debut - Stoker - yesterday at the Sundance Film Festival. The film seems to be polarizing audiences in Park City - read Ryland Aldrich's very positive first impression of the film here...

Sundance 2013 First Impression: STOKER Delivers on Director Park's Brand

It's been a long wait for Park Chan-wook's (Oldboy) English language debut, but that wait is finally over. Stoker is here - and boy will Park fans be happy. A highly stylized mystery, the film delivers what the South...

Listen to an Extract from Clint Mansell's Score for Park Chan-wook's STOKER

One film I'm looking forward to in 2013 more than almost any other, is South Korean director Park (Old Boy) Chan-wook's English-language debut, Stoker. Starring Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska and Matthew Goode, it is a dark, brooding, sensual drama that...

Innocence Ends With New Character Poster For Park Chan-wook's STOKER

While the wait continues for the arrival of Oldboy director Park Chan-wook's English language debut we can at least console ourselves with the arrival of a new poster dedicated to Stoker star Mia Wasikowska. The feel is very consistent with...

Gorgeous First Poster For Park Chan-wook's STOKER

Oldboy director Park Chan-wook has always had a very particular, very demanding eye for design so it comes as no surprise that the first poster for his upcoming English language debut, Stoker, is a striking and unique piece of work.After...

Listen To A Track From Park Chan-wook's STOKER Soundtrack

Your opportunity to see Stoker - the English language debut by Oldboy director Park Chan-wook - is still a ways away but you can hear it now. Or at least a part of it. A single track from the soundtrack...

New International Trailer For Park Chan-wook's STOKER Is Loaded With New Footage

International trailers for upcoming films are - as often as not - little more than slight remixes on the main US trailer. There's a little tweak here, a buff and polish there, but nothing significantly different. That is very definitely...

First Footage From Park Chan-wook's STOKER Chills

Can Oldboy director Park Chan-wook make his distinctive style work in English? That has been the question ever since word first broke about the upcoming Stoker. The English language thriller written by Wentworth Miller and starring Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska,...

Clint Mansell Scoring Park Chan-wook's STOKER

In a weird way Clint Mansell has become the next Danny Elfman, a key figure in a cult band that has gone on to become one of the most sought after film score artists in the world with strong associations...