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Review: MOHAWK, Relevant 19th Century Brutality

New York 1814, late into the War of 1812, and a Mohawk woman, Oak, and two men, Joshua and Calvin, are hunted down by a squad of American soldiers hell-bent on revenge for an attack on their camp. The Americans...

MOHAWK: The First Still From Ted Geoghegan's Much Anticipated New Film

Mohawk, Ted Geoghegan's anticipated follow up to his haunted house flick We Are Still Here is still in post and the first still from the production was released today. It is of Justin Rain's character Calvin Two Rivers preparing to...

Review: REDEEMER, Creative Beyond The Visceral Fight Scenes

Ernesto Diaz Espinoza has long been a favorite director in the ScreenAnarchy world. His impressive ability to keep the action flowing while dabbling in different subgenres has always been commendable. In Mirageman, Diaz Espinsoza married lo-fi action with the tropes...

Marko Zaror's REDEEMER Wraps, Check The First Stills!

Here's some happy news for international fight fans: Production has wrapped on Redeemer - the fourth collaboration between star Marko Zaror and writer-director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza following Kiltro, Mirageman and Mandrill - and with the film now in post production...

Noah Segan To Get Punched By Marko Zaror In REDEEMER

Ernesto Díaz Espinoza's next with fellow Chilean, and rising martial arts star, Marko Zaror is continuing to shape up with the casting of American Noah Segan. Most recently seen at SXSW in psychological horror Starry Eyes, and best known to...

Tarantino Editor Directing Franco Nero In DJANGO LIVES

Franco Nero returns to his most famous role in Django Lives, a sequel to the classic spaghetti western that marked Nero's most famous role. And bringing Nero to the screen will be director Joe D'Augustine - part of Tarantino's regular...

The Original Django, Franco Nero, Wants Back In The Saddle With DJANGO LIVES!

ScreenAnarchy has learned that the original Django, Franco Nero, has sent a letter of interest to star in a new Django film by two producers behind the western The Scarlett Worm, the world's first 'abortion western'. Mike Malloy and Eric...

TADFF09: Someone's Knocking at the Door

Meant to be a mind fuck from start to finish, the challenging Someone's Knocking at the Door features over the top killer phallus, sexual deviancy, and drug induced hallucinations. A group of drug-taking medical students are shocked over the murder...

DEADGIRL Review

This past Friday was the New York premiere of Marcel Sarmien and Gadi Harel's coming of age horror flick Deadgirl. Co-director Harel was in attendance (as were a pair of single-digit aged relatives) for a midnight screening that played to...