Tag: serialkiller

Review: SUMMER OF '84 Has An Interesting Dialogue With THE 'BURBS

Be it in big cities or small towns, people have spied on their neighbours, and assumed the worst about them, since we traded a nomadic hunter-gatherer society for permanent houses. It was, however, Alfred Hitchcock (and screenwriter John Michael Hayes)...

Friday One Sheet: THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

Lars Von Trier's latest film is a serial killer art-film -- I mean this quite literally: it is about a serial killer who creates works of art with his kills -- and is scheduled to take a bow at Cannes...

Review: THE CHASE Leads Us Down Familiar Path

An intriguing, if admittedly low-key twist on the Korean serial killer chiller never really comes together in the mediocre The Chase, the third film from The Con Artists helmer Kim Hong-sun. Leading man Baek Yoon-sik (of Save the Green Planet...

Review: V.I.P. Is D.O.A.

Following his period epic The Tiger, director Park Hoon-jung scales down his ambitions for the North Korea-themed investigative thriller V.I.P., a brooding procedural that lumbers its way through a serial killer tale mired in political intrigue. Much like his hit...

Up Next From TURBO KID's RKSS, Serial Killer Flick SUMMER OF '84

If you have been wondering what those fine folks of RKSS, the truly mad creators of Turbo Kid, are up to next, fear not. News came out yesterday that François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell will be directing a...

THE COUNTERFEITERS Director Enters HELL With Trailer For New Serial Killer Thriller

[Updated with full trailer] Austria's Stefan Ruzowitzky took home a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar for his 2007 effort The Counterfeiters and in a career already notable for taking some dark turns Ruzowitzky appears to be taking his darkest yet...

I'M A KILLER (Jestem mordercą): Watch The Trailer For Polish Serial Killer Film

Following its presentation as part of the First Look program in Locarno, writer director Maciej Pieprzyca's true life serial killer film Jestem mordercą (I'm A Killer) releases on Polish screens November 4th and the trailer for the film looks very...

Check Out The First Teaser For South African Serial Killer Thriller THE AWAKENING (DIE ONTWAKING)

Adapted from Chris Karsten's South African crime novel The Skin Collector, Afrikaans language serial killer thriller The Awakening (Die Ontwaking) has released its first teaser in advance of a February theatrical release.The directorial debut from production designer Johnny Breedt (Hotel...

Fantastic Fest 2015 Review: L'AFFAIRE SK1 Delivers A Clinical Dissection Of France's Most Notorious Serial Killer

The first body was discovered in 1991, a young woman raped and killed in clearly sadistic fashion in her own home in the French capital. She would be the first of seven, the leading edge of a wave of murders...

Haunting Trailer For Polish Serial Killer Thriller THE RED SPIDER

More accustomed to the documentary world, Polish director Marcin Koszałka finds himself in competition at the prestigious Karlovy Vary festival in the Czech Republic with his latest effort - a fictional feature based on a real life serial killer titled...

Watch The Exclusive First Teaser For Japanese-Korean Thriller A RECORD OF SWEET MURDER

After making a splash on the international genre scene with his appropriately titled feature Grotesque, Japanese director Shiraishi Koji returns with Japanese-Korean co-pro A Record Of Sweet Murder and, once again, he's headed for the dark side.Soyeon is an active...

Exclusive: First Trailer for Chilling Serial Killer Doc THE JEFFREY DAHMER FILES

Want to know how to make a barrel look frightening? Put it in the hands of a notorious serial killer. We're proud to premiere the trailer for The Jeffrey Dahmer Files, which debuted last year at SXSW. Our own Scott...

Review: DEXTER S7E12, SURPRISE MOTHERFUCKER (Or, A Strong Conclusion To An Inconsistent And Frustrating Season)

For those keeping track of such things, yes. You are correct. ScreenAnarchy gave a miss to reviewing Dexter for the past couple weeks because, quite frankly, after all the truncated storylines and soap opera diversions and struggles to maintain any...

Review: Though It Walks a Fine Line CONFESSION OF MURDER Hits the Mark

The sound of torrential rain beating down during a pitch black night can be heard along with the heavy footfalls of boots stamping on the wet ground. The atmosphere is pregnant with a sense of unease; menace and frustration linger...

Descend To The Depths With First SEPTIC MAN Stills

"I asked Tony Burgess to write us a simple script about a man trapped at the bottom of a well. He came over to discuss it, and clogged our toilet. The rest is history." Jesse Thomas CookLeave it to the...