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Cinepocalypse 2019: AIRHEADS to Close, Joe Bob Briggs And Rednecks, And a TAMMY AND THE T-REX 'GORE CUT' Promo

Our friends at Cinepocalypse just made a special announcement that further cements its reputation as a hot ticket of the festival circuit this Summer.   First, they have arranged a rare 35mm screening of the metal comedy Airheads for their...

Cannes 2019 Review: THE DEAD DON'T DIE Is A Nice Place To Live

I’m not sure what possessed Jim Jarmusch to make a zombie film, but I, for one, am so damn glad he did! And, to be clear, this is coming from someone who swore off the subgenre eons ago. Sure, there...

Review: LEAN ON PETE, Racing to Rock Bottom

If you’re a big fan of dramas like myself, then a review with the words “Andrew Haigh” plus “greatest tragedy” might well make you think that you’re onto a winner. Unfortunately, Lean on Pete isn’t the Andrew Haigh entry into...

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...

Venice 2017 Review: LEAN ON PETE, The Greatest Tragedy Of The Biennale So Far

If you’re a big fan of dramas like myself, then a review with the words “Andrew Haigh” plus “greatest tragedy” might well make you think that you’re onto a winner. Unfortunately, Lean on Pete isn’t the Andrew Haigh entry into...

Blu-ray Review: Criterion Explores Clowes and Zwigoff's GHOST WORLD

It’s often difficult to review Criterion releases, because it tends to involve putting into words your feelings about your ‘favorite movie’. This term, when spoken by me, doesn’t hold much weight among my friends, more so, groans and eye rolls...

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...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks THE HEAT, WHITE HOUSE DOWN, MONSTERS U and WORLD WAR Z

After being bumped last week due to flooding in Alberta, we're back with a Canada Day chat about Paul Feig's buddy cop movie, The Heat, the lesser of the two Die Hard-in-the-Capital films White House Down, and last week's big...

Review: MONSTERS UNIVERSITY Reunites Us with Old Friends

College is often a time of growth and development for people, and it's evidently no different for monsters. In Monsters University, Mike Wazowski, the spherical lime-green cyclops voiced by Billy Crystal, faces the important question of whether he is scary...

Final Trailer For Pixar's MONSTERS UNIVERSITY

I will confess to having a soft spot for Pixar's Monsters Inc. As the first film that The Boy ever really fixated on it is a film that I have seen literally dozens of times - during several screenings of...

AnarchyVision: Talking THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE, Magic Movies, and more!

Continuing the magician theme this week, with talk of the disappointing Burt Wonderstone, along with that magical year of 2006 where competing magician movies tried to impress at the cinema....

SXSW 2013 Review: THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE Pits Magic Against Stunts

Jim Carrey easily steals the spotlight in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone away from leading man Steve Carell, but it doesn't take a magician to understand why. As the titular character, Carell is the straight man, a wildly successful Las Vegas...

SXSW 2013 First Impression: THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE Brings Big Laughs in Spurts

The SXSW Film Festival kicked things off today with the world premiere of Don Scardino's The Incredible Burt Wonderstone starring Steve Carrell, Steve Buscemi, Jim Carrey, Olvia Wilde, James Gandolfini, and Alan Arkin. The film is about a magical friendship...

THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE Trailer. Is It? Is It Incredible?

We're a tad late on this one but a lot of the ScreenAnarchy staff are traveling this weekend or spending time with their families in preparation for the holidays. Except me it seems. I'm the one with all the spare...

Review: BOARDWALK EMPIRE S3E12, MARGATE SANDS (Or, Things Come To A Satisfactorily Bloody Conclusion)

It should have been longer. Yes, it's a criticism that is also somewhat praise in that wanting more is always a good thing, but after a full season build up to the inevitable, bloody confrontation that caps the third season...

Review: BOARDWALK EMPIRE S3E11, TWO IMPOSTERS (Or, The Body Count Mounts As Things Get Ugly)

Pack up the women and children, the guns are out and the boys have come to play. Actually, in the case of the sane woman - that would be Margaret Thompson - there's no need to pack her up, she's...

Review: BOARDWALK EMPIRE S3E10, A MAN A PLAN (Or, My Head Hurts Just Thinking About It)

It begins with whiskey, it ends with whiskey, and in between the Jeremy Podeswa directed A Man, A Plan neatly balances strong character work with extreme head trauma. In other words it's all you could hope for from an episode...

Review: BOARDWALK EMPIRE S3E09, THE MILKMAID'S LOT (Or, Nucky Stands Alone And Bible Camp's Canceled)

The entire world may not have turned against Nucky Thompson - his plan to bring down George Remus and, by extension, the Attorney General gets off to a lovely start, for one - but it certainly feels like it has...

Review: BOARDWALK EMPIRE S3E08, PONY (Or, That Gauntlet You Threw? Right Back Atcha.)

Been itching for the return of Nelson Van Alden? Wondering when and how a man as prone to excessive violence as Gyp Rosetti would strike back after the attempt on his life? Curious as to how a woman in the...

Review: BOARDWALK EMPIRE S3E07, SUNDAY BEST (Or, Forget Gangsters, There's Nothing More Dangerous Than Family)

Though we're just coming up on Halloween in the real world, it's Easter in Atlantic City and, criminals or not, that means everybody in the Boardwalk Empire world is taking a day off to spend time with family. By the...