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Review: THE ROOM, The Place Where Something Strange Happens

Olga Kurylenko and Kevin Janssens star in a thriller from director Christian Volckman ('Renaissance'), now available on VOD, Digital HD, DVD and Blu-ray.

Now Streaming: THE ROOM, Where Dreams Become Nightmares

Olga Kurylenko and Kevin Janssens star in a new thriller from director Christian Volckman ('Renaissance') on Shudder.

Hey Australia! Win Tickets to See THE DEATH OF STALIN in Cinemas!

The Death Of Stalin is a political satire film that has an ensemble cast including Steve Buscemi, Rupert Friend, Simon Russell, Jeffrey Tambor, Jason Isaacs and Olga Kurylenko. Moscow, 1953: when tyrannical dictator Joseph Stalin drops dead, his parasitic cronies...

Buscemi, Tambor, Palin And More Join Armando Iannucci's THE DEATH OF STALIN

If anyone in the World can take the piss out of the death of a Russian dictator and live to see the day it is British satirist Armando Iannucci. The man behind In The Loop and Veep has been adapting...

THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE: Adam Driver Joins Michael Palin In Terry Gilliam Pic

Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote has experienced many levels of development hell. Any version of the film has been in the works longer than any of the ScreenAnarchy crew's offspring have been alive. We are talking nearly...

Terry Gilliam Is Tilting At Windmills Again, This Time With Amazon Money

Terry Gilliam's abortive attempts to make his big screen riff on Cervantes' famous novel are well documented in the wonderful film, Lost in La Mancha. But at various film Q&As and other settings, people have been asking the director for years...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks Toronto 2014 And THE NOVEMBER MAN

The November Man tries to inject a bit of an older James Bond style into the contemporary spy game, and despite some good intentions it all falters.Also, talked about a couple of much anticipated films from the upcoming Toronto International...

Review: THE NOVEMBER MAN, A So-So August Rush

There are only two months separating August and November, yet they couldn't be more different. August is a final bastion of heat, transitional as summer break ends and school begins. November, by contrast, is chilled fall giving way to...

Win A Prize Pack From Pierce Brosnan Starring Spy Thriller THE NOVEMBER MAN

You just can't keep a good spy down and Pierce Brosnan is back in the international espionage game with the upcoming thriller The November Man. Code named 'The November Man'; Peter Devereaux (Pierce Brosnan) is an extremely dangerous and highly...

Are Kurylenko, Gadot & Yung Testing For Wonder Woman?

Variety is reporting that its sources claim Gal Gadot (Fast & Furious 6), Elodie Yung (G.I. Joe: Retaliation) and Olga Kurylenko (Oblivion) are all currently testing for a role in Warner Bros' upcoming Batman-Superman film, and the role is most...

The Stack: THE ART OF ELYSIUM, THE DAMNED, ERRORS OF THE HUMAN BODY, THE HOUSE OF SEVEN CORPSES, ISHTAR, And More

The August 13 edition features The Art of Elysium from Titan Books, the classic French post-war thriller The Damned from Cohen Media Group, winner of the 1933 Best Picture Academy Award, Calvacade, the Blu-ray debut of Ishtar from Sony, and...

Opening In Mexico: Terrence Malick's TO THE WONDER

The legendary Terrence Malick is currently working on two films - Knight of Cups and a still untitled effort - but in Mexico his Tree of Life follow-up film, To the Wonder, has been only exhibited in the Riviera Maya...

More Is Not Always Better. Extended EMPIRES OF THE DEEP Trailer Every Bit As Laughable As The First.

Oh, golly. After keeping an eye on Chinese financed vanity project Empires Of The Deep for years - it first crossed our desks in 2009 - ScreenAnarchy ran the first trailer for the film back in October of 2012. And...

TTTT: Cruise at Earth's End: Watch it Spin Round to a Beautiful Oblivion

Hey, it's another TTTT column, where I, Jim Tudor, take you along on one of Tudor's Twitchin' Travel Tours! For this one, we leave the planet via bubbleship, only to return to to find it an abandoned post-apocalyptic wreck. That's...

Review: TO THE WONDER Swirls With Grace

"Pourqoi pas Toujours?" (Why not always?) is the question on the mind of Terrence Malick in his latest emotive cinematic meditation -- it could have easily been the title. Here the elusive auteur is less overtly concerned with the connections...

70s Rewind: DEADHEAD MILES, A Trucker Comedy Written By Terrence Malick

Lately, Terrence Malick has been dividing audiences with To the Wonder, another visual exercise on which he is said to have tossed the script, or most of it. (Our own Kurt Halfyward weighed in on the film when it screened...

Lots Of Wide Angle Ben Affleck, Must Be The TO THE WONDER Trailer

What has Terrence Malick wrought in his recent period of unprecedented productivity? While it seems like The Tree Of Life follow up To The Wonder was in progress ages ago the fact is that's only because Malick has been so...

Three Years And A Hundred And Thirty Million Dollars Later, All We Get Is Olga Kurylenko With A Shell On Her Head. First Trailer For Fantasy Fiasco EMPIRES OF THE DEEP.

There are in this world certain films that seemed destined to achieve not fame but notoriety through failure on a spectacular scale. Chinese-American co-production Empires Of The Deep has long appeared likely to be one of those and with the...

Magnolia Takes US Rights For Malick's TO THE WONDER

Heads up, Terrence Malick fans: Magnolia Pictures have taken on all US rights to the auteur's latest offering, To The Wonder, and will be bringing it to US screens soon.New York, NY - September 28, 2012 - The Wagner/Cuban Company's...

TIFF 2012 Review: TO THE WONDER Emotes on Our Ephemeral Existence

"Pourqoi pas Toujours?" (Why not always?) is the question on the mind of Terrence Malick in his latest emotive cinematic meditation -- it could have easily been the title. Here he is less concerned with the connections between the personal...