Tag: trailer

VFW Trailer: Stephen Lang Fights Mutant Punks

RLJE Films & Voltage Pics have debuted the trailer for the bold new action/horror film VFW, which stars Stephen Lang (Don't Breathe) as a war veteran who, along with his veteran brethren, must defend their local VFW against a deranged...

Kimo Samboel Introduces THE QUEEN OF BLACK MAGIC

Well, hello there, Asian horror fans, have we got a little something for you ... If a film titled The Queen Of Black Magic isn't enough to get your attention on it's own, how about this: Kimo Stamboel - who...

THE LEGEND OF BARON TO'A: It's Like Chow Meets Waititi In All-Islander Wrestling Smackdown!

Yep, it puts a lot of weight on Kiel McNaughton's upcoming action-comedy The Legend Of Baron To'a to start off by comparing it to the work of Stephen Chow and Taika Waititi, but hey ... when you take a cast...

SPUTNIK: Fabulously Creepy Trailer For Egor Abramenko's SciFi Horror Delights

Hands up, everyone who delights in the squirming unease delivered by Ridley Scott's iconic scifi horror Alien. That's pretty much all of us, yeah? And while I hesitate to make assumptions I'm quite certain that Russian director Egor Abramenko's hand...

THE MADNESS WITHIN New Art, Trailer and Release Date

Busted Knuckle Productions is one step closer to releasing its latest production, The Madness Within. Very much a thriller, The Madness Within was written and directed by Hunter G. Williams as a rumination on addiction. Some official release art has...

PORTALS Trailer: Latest Anthology from the V/H/S Crew Has a Cosmic Twist

The first trailer and poster have premiere for the latest genre-bending scifi/horror anthology by the creators of the V/H/S series called Portals. Created by Chris White, segments are set around a series of worldwide blackouts -- after which millions of...

RELEASE Trailer: Edward Varnie's Domestic Violence Indie Releases October 4

Global Digital Releasing has acquired worldwide rights to Edward Varnie's domestic violence drama, Release. The harrowing film centers around a young woman trapped in an abusive marriage who is rescued by her estranged sister. Forced to reconnect with the family...

THE PLATFORM Trailer: Stunning Design Meets Searing Political Commentary in this Spanish Dystopian Thiller

With brilliant production design that recalls the the Brutalist feel of Stuart Gordon's Fortress, and an ingenious, claustrophobic premise reminiscent of Vincenzo Natali's Cube, The Platform looks to join the pantheon of smart science fiction allegories. The film by Galder...

Screamfest 2019 Exclusive: A GOOD WOMAN IS HARD TO FIND Poster Reveals a Determined Sarah Bolger

Screamfest has announced its full line-up and one of our fave films of the year, Abner Pastoll's A Good Woman is Hard to Find, is on the schedule, screening Monday, October 14.  A dynamic killer thriller with its finger firmly...

Watch The Striking Trailer For African Survival Tale THE STORY OF RACHEL DE BEER

Following his acclaimed short film work, South African director Matthys Boshoff makes his feature debut with upcoming period drama The Story Of Rachel de Beer. Adapted from a best selling Afrikaans language novel by Brett Michael Innes - himself and...

THE GIRL WITH NO MOUTH: Watch The Trailer For Can Evrenol's Dark Fable

Baskin director Can Evrenol will soon be hitting the festival circuit with his latest offering, The Girl With No Mouth, and those hoping for a little taste of the dark fable now get their wish with the arrival of a...

Jorge Olguin Invites You To Enter LA CASA

Chilean director Jorge Olguin has long been one of that nation's leading lights when it comes to genre film and he'll be returning to screens locally in January with his latest offering La Casa (The House). And, yep, if you...

A GOOD WOMAN IS HARD TO FIND Trailer: Sarah Bolger Is a Mother in Danger in Abner Pastoll's Sophomore Thriller

A UK trailer has debuted for Abner Pastoll's A Good Woman Is Hard to Find ahead of its closing night bow at FrightFest Film Festival on August 26. The new Ireland-set thriller sees Sarah Bolger playing a recently widowed young...

Friday One Sheet: LOW TIDE and Orange Gradients

Learn to love your gradient. That is the heart of the sunset orange glow of the key art for Low Tide. It's different, and minimalist, enough to grab ones attention in a multiplex hallway of crowded photoshop nightmares (i.e. typical...

NO BLOOD OF MINE Trailer: Indie Crime Thriller Goes Wide This Week

Wesley Ellenwood's indie crime thriller No Blood of Mine will see release from Global Digital Releasing on Friday, June 28, 2019. The gritty story centers around Victoria (Sierra Schermerhorn), a businesswoman from Duluth who accepts a loan from a North...

NEKROTRONIC Trailer: Monica Bellucci Plays an Internet Demon in New Action Horror

Momentum Pictures has released an official trailer for Nekrotronic, the next indie horror comedy film from the Australian director of Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead, Kiah Roache-Turner. A film about an internet demon and the secret hunters who bring them...

DARK/WEB Series Goes to Amazon, Premieres July 19

Dark/Web, the 8-episode sci-fi/horror anthology series we've covered here before will stream exclusively on Amazon Prime as of July 19. The series debuted last February at Entertainment Weekly's and SCAD's prestigious television festival, aTV Fest, and will screen to a...

ONE CUT OF THE DEAD Director's AESOP'S GAME To World Premiere At Skip City!

Japan's Skip City film festival has announced their full line up and Screen Anarchy readers will no doubt want to take note of one very high profile world premiere because One Cut Of The Dead director Ueda Shinichiro makes his...

DOLLS Trailer: Dee Wallace Contends with Sinister Toys

E.T. star Dee Wallace toplines Dolls, a fun looking supernatural horror film from Uncork'd Entertainment in the tradition of Full Moon's Puppet Master series and, of course, Child's Play. The first feature film directed by Cuyle Carvin, Dolls will see...

THEM THAT FOLLOW Trailer: Olivia Colman Heads A Family of Snake Handlers in New Horror Film

The debut feature from writing/directing duo Britt Poulton and Dan Madison Savage, Them That Follow fits somewhere between religious mania thriller and body horror, with a bevy of snakes slithering in the background. Bolstered by a great cast in Walter...