Tag: thriller

Untold Horror Presents Joe Dante's THE HOLE in 3-D in L.A. This Friday

Here is a great opportunity to see a couple of genre icons share the stage in the legendary TCL Chinese Theatre.    Our friends at Untold Horror, the multi-media brand whose purpose is to share with genre fans stories about...

Blood In The Snow 2018 Review: ALIVE Dies at The End

A severely injured man wakes up on a hospital gurney, heavily bandaged in blood soaked bandages. He has no memory of what happened to him or how he got there. He panics, pulling tubes from his body and drags himself...

Blood In The Snow 2018: Canadian Genre Festival Announces First Wave

I want to start by saying I really wish I could give more of my time to BITS, the Blood in the Snow Film Festival, here in Toronto at the end of November each year. I have been so impressed...

Phenomena 2018: New Genre Fest Debuts in São Paulo And Paraty, Brazil

We have some new friends in the City of Drizzle, São Paulo, Brazil. We were introduced to the fine folks from Cine Phenomena, a monthly film club in the city, and this wwek they are about to launch their brand...

Now On Blu-ray: Giddy Gut Munchers & Ancient Boogeymen From Severin Films

The connoisseurs of all things sleazy at Severin Films have blessed genre film fans with a duo of Blu-ray releases sure to satisfy the most discerning gorehounds this Fall. A double feature of gut-munching, ultra gore masterpieces by Italian legend...

Friday One Sheet: THE FOG

It's Halloween season, and while the masses are all set to flock to David Gordon Green's 're-write the canon' sequel/remake/whatever in their local multiplexes, Rialto Pictures is quietly re-releasing a 4K remaster of the feature film John Carpenter made right...

Blu-ray Review: HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, a Fun Product of Its Time

The 1999 remake of William Castle’s (1959) House on Haunted Hill by William Malone was a very strange film, and not one I’d seen in a long time, possibly since its video store days. Going back, its quite “Nineties,” down...

QUEEN OF SPADES Trailer: Russian Thriller Acquired by Samuel Goldwyn Films

Good news, Russian film fans! Pavel Lungin’s lavish thriller Queen of Spades will be released On-demand & on digital platforms in the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand on October 30, 2018, from Samuel Goldwyn Films. The film was co-produced...

CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA: Watch The New Trailer For New Netflix Series from RIVERDALE Creator

Netflix released the official trailer for Chllling Adventures of Sabrina, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa`s adaptation of the Sabrina The Teenage Witch comics. It is a curious mix of dark magic and moments meant for levity. Set to a sock hop boppy tune...

Full Programme Announced For Celluloid Screams 2018

Seems we are a bit behind on announcing the lineup of one of key UK stops on the festival circuit during the Autumn months. Celluloid Screams in Sheffield announced their lineup earlier this month and they were kind enough to...

PAINLESS Trailer: Jordan Horowitz Considers Pain vs. Suffering in New Thriller

Painless is a new thriller from the mind of Jordan Horowitz (Angel of Nanjing). The film follows a man named Henry Long who has a rare condition - congenital analgesia - and cannot feel pain, but can still feel strong...

STARFISH: Yellow Veil Pictures Acquires A.T. White's Feature Debut

Screen Daily announced earlier today that our friends at Yellow Veil Pictures acquired the worldwide sales rights for A.T. White's feature film debut Starfish. The film will have its world premiere at Fantastic Fest next week.   Yellow Veil Pictures...

Toronto 2018 Review: WIDOWS, Intelligent and Slick Commercial Cinema

Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez and Elizabeth Debicki star in Steve McQueen's top-quality heist movie.

MAYFAIR: Watch The Trailer For Sarah Blecher's South African Crime Drama

The current wave of high end South African films continues with Sara Blecher's crime drama Mayfair, a film that enters in to the Muslim-Indian communities of Johannesburg with a tale of conflicted loyalties and escalating violence. Computer whiz and prodigal...

The Department Q Cops Return In JOURNAL 64

With the adaptations of Jussi Adler-Olsen's Department Q novels breaking box office records in Denmark - where previous entries The Keeper Of Lost Causes, The Absent One, and A Conspiracy Of Faith were all huge hits - it comes as...

JET TRASH Trailer: Cult Novel Adaptation Sees September Release

Based on Simon Lewis' 90's cult novel "Go", Charles Henri Belleville's Jet Trash tells the story of two friends who cross a London gangster forcing them to flee England. Hiding out on a beach in Southern India, living a slacker...

DEADLY CRUSH: New Trailer And Poster For Indie Horror From Ammo Content

We have made some new friends down at Ammo Content in New York and they have asked us to share with you the poster and trailer for a new release of theirs called Deadly Crush.    Painter Brynn Holt rents...

TRENCH 11: Watch This Exclusive Clip From The War Time Horror Flick

Leo Scherman's war time horror flick Trench 11 will be available in U.S. on Digital, VOD and DVD on Sept. 4th thanks to the fine folks at RLJE Films. The U.S. distributor has given Screen Anarchy an exclusive clip to...

RABBIT: Watch The Trailer For Luke Shanahan's Acclaimed Debut

Australian writer-director Luke Shanahan turned heads around the world with his Adelaide Clemens-starring debut feature Rabbit and with The Orchard now gearing up for an October release in North America we've got a look at the trailer for you all....

Crowdfund This: VIOLET Tackles Sexual Acceptance Through a Horror Lens

Violet is a female-led, Lynchian horror romance about a young gay woman who labels sexuality as monstrous in the face of social and religious pressures, linking it specifically to vampirism. For the Irish filmmakers (and fine artists) Chris and Madi,...