Tag: thriller

THINGS I DO FOR MONEY Exclusive Clip: Words Are Said, Guns Are Drawn in Japanese-Canadian Crime Thriller Coming August 11th

Japanese-Canadian filmmaker Warren P. Sonoda has been working his way throughout the Canadian film industry working on titles that we locals all know, possibly even love: Murdoch Mysteries, Trailer Park Boys, Todd and the Book of Pure Evil and This...

MAD HEIDI: 68 KILL's Trent Haaga Joins Swissploitation Film's Writing Team

A couple years ago we first reported about a crowdfunding campaign launched to support the creation of Mad Heidi, the first Swissploitation film. Produced by Iron Sky's Tero Kaukomaa, who knows a thing or two about exploitation cinema, and Valentin...

Blu-ray Review: THE WAR OF THE WORLDS Continues to Stun

Out this week from the Criterion Collection comes the 1953 adaptation of the famous H.G. Wells tale, The War of the Worlds, directed by Byron Haskin (The Naked Jungle, The Outer Limits) and produced by George Pal (Houdini, The Time Machine), AP Frank...

VILLAIN Giveaway: Win a Redbox Code For The Craig Fairbrass Crime Thriller

Philip Barantini's debut feature film, the crime thriller Villain, will be released next Friday, May 22nd, on digital and On Demand.    Screen Anarchy has two Redbox downloadable codes to give away to our readers in the U.S. Have a...

This July Is Heating Up At Arrow Video With INFERNO OF TORTURE, BLOODSTONE, ZOMBIE FOR SALE, & BLACK RAINBOW

Arrow Video has cooked up one hell of a treat for cult movie fans this July with a quartet of impressive looking releases for some highly sought after films, and in this case, collectors from all of Arrow's territories can...

PARTY HARD, DIE YOUNG Giveaway: Win a DVD From RLJE Films And Shudder

It's giveaway time once again. Screen Anarchy has three (3) copies of Dominik Hartl's slasher flick Party Hard, Die Young on DVD to give away.    RLJE Films picked up select rights to Party Hard, Die Young from Shudder, and...

Terror Films Teams With Watch Movies Now! to Release Four Free Horror Films in April

During this time companies are stepping up to make content available to those of us who have committed to staying home to flatten the curve and lessen the demand on our local health services during this time of the pandemic. ...

ROOTWOOD: Podcasters Chase The Wooden Devil in Official Trailer

Fans of Marcel Walz's 2018 flick Blood Feast will be pleased to know that his new film Rootwood is coming out on DVD and Digital on April 7th.   High Octane Pictures is handling Rootwood's release and an official trailer...

WE SUMMON THE DARKNESS Trailer: Heavy Metal, Pabst Blue And Satanic Panic Coming in April

Wow. It has been four years since we first heard the pitch for the heavy metal stanic panic horror flick We Summon The Darkness. It is finally coming to digital platforms on April 10th. There was a theatrical release planned...

Now Streaming: LOCKE & KEY, Netflix's Adaptation of Joe Hill's Horror Fantasy Comic Book

The Locke siblings, Tyler, Kinsey and Bode, pack up their lives and move into their ancestral home Key House after their father is murdered. They discover within their new home hidden magical keys, each with their own special power or...

Arrow Video Hits The Bullseye This April With Mastorakis, Tsukamoto, '80s Comedy, WHY DON'T YOU JUST DIE!, And HAGAZUSSA

Arrow Video has delivered their April 2020 lineup and it's a corker!  After digging in to the Nico Mastorakis catalog with Island of Death, Zero Boys, and Hired To Kill in the past few years, they continue to unearth long...

Final Girls Berlin Film Festival Announces 2020 Lineup

Our apologies to our friends from the Final Girls Berlin Film Festival. Some crossed wires at our end resulted in a double posting, double deleting (After you. No, after you. I insist, after you. But you were here first. No,...

Revenge Tale THE PAPER STORE Toplines Global Digital's 2020 Slate

Distributor Global Digital Releasing is known for finding award-winning indie and festival fare that would otherwise go under-the-radar and make it available to the many.  Some of their award winning titles include Lorcan Finnegan’s Without Name, Dain Said’s Interchange and Gareth...

THE CORRUPTED Exclusive Clip: Sam Claflin And Noel Clarke Battle a Bruiser With a Badge

Ron Scalpello's high energy crime thriller The Corrupted will be released by Saban Films in theaters, on VOD and Digital HD on Friday, January 10.   ScreenAnarchy has an action packed clip to share with you. In it, Same Claflin...

EXTRACURRICULAR Trailer: American Psychos in High School

Samuel Goldwyn Films is set to release Ray Xue's horror/thriller Extracurricular on VOD platforms January 17, 2020. This marks Xue's first feature since 2012, when he directed the mystery drama Transcendent at the age of 18, while still in school....

J Hurtado's 13 Favorite Indian Films of 2019

As we enter a new year full of promise and endless numbers of amazing cinematic possibilities, it's only right that we take a look back to remember what made 2019 a great year at the movies. This past year marked...

THE STRANDED Trailer: Tsunami Survival Turns Spooky in Thai Series

Just when you thought it was safe to survive a tsunami, things turn spooky. A new trailer for The Stranded sets up a desperate situation, in which teens somehow survive a calamitous tsunami and find themselves stranded on an island....

RED LETTER DAY Trailer: Canadian Suburban Horror Flick Coming to U.S. Cinemas, VOD in November

More catch up for our friends at Epic and DREAD are releasing Cameron Macgowan`s Canadian horror flick Red Letter Day in select cinemas on November 1st and then it lands on Blu-Ray/VOD on November 5th.   Our own Kurt Halfyard...

THE FARE Trailer: D.C. Hamilton's Mystery Sci Fi Thriller Out in November

Continuing with today`s catchup on upcoming titles from Epic and DREAD we have the trailer from D.C. Hamilton`s The Fare still to share with you as well. Check it out below.    The Fare will have a limited theatrical next...

New York 2019 Review: Justified Mayhem in Kleber Mendonça Filho's BACURAU

At a glance, without any context of what's happening in Brazil, as the Bacurauans get rid of foreigners and traitors, the film is a silly, tacky man-hunting-man horror movie akin to The Most Dangerous Game or Naked Prey or even Hostel or Ruins. But it isn't. Bacurau highlights the resilience and resolve of Brazilian people against mounting assault of multi-national corporations backed by government military to devastate their beautiful, once burgeoning country in the global crisis era we live in. It's an activist film in a B-Horror movie disguise.