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Cinepocalypse 2018: Nine World Premieres And Festival Faves Dominate Full Lineup!

Next month, between June 21st and 28th the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, Illinois will be invaded with all manner of beasts and terrors. In only its second year Cinepocalypse is making a strong move to becoming a key go-to...

PUPPET MASTER: THE LITTLEST REICH: RLJE Films Bringing Puppet Horror to U.S. Cinemas This August

Hot on the heels of its world premiere at the Overlook Film Festival this past weekend RLJE Films have announced that they have acquired the North American rights for Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund's horror on strings, Puppet Master: The...

Toronto 2017 Review: BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99, Prestige Grindhouse Moviemaking

Sometimes, you have to smash things to bits before life can get better. But then life only gets better for a while before it gets much, much worse. More smashing is required, some resolution gained. Then, well, hmmm, that seems...

BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99: New Flick From BONE TOMAHAWK's S. Craig Zahler Begins Production

Exciting news for fans of S. Craig Zahler and his breakout debut film Bone Tomahawk. Zahler is back to work on his next film Brawl in Cell Block 99 and production has begun in New York. The production has also...

Have Your Say: What's Your Favorite Role By Udo Kier?

Yesterday I finished writing my very positive review of David Schalko's Austrian television series Altes Geld. That series is about a shady billionaire who needs a new liver, and who stirs up a viper's nest when he tells his family...

Rotterdam 2016 Review: ALTES GELD Is Deliciously Devious

This year, the International Film Festival Rotterdam had a section dedicated to television series. In it, you could see episode-collections shown as films, and films that are soon to become adapted as television series. But one of the most spectacular...

Rotterdam 2016 Interview: Udo Kier Talks Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Lars von Trier And Past And Present Roles

While roaming the screen rooms and adjacent spaces in Rotterdam, ScreenAnarchy had the honor to sit down with acting cult icon Udo Kier, who was there to promote his latest endeavor, Austrian miniseries Altes Geld, in which he portrays a...

Blu-ray Review: THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MISS OSBOURNE, A Twisted Tale Of Sex And Violence

Hot on the heels of Arrow Video's incredible (and incredibly sold out) Walerian Borowczyk Box set from last autumn, the company has dug deeper into the director's idiosyncratic oeuvre to deliver what is likely his most straight ahead horror feature,...

THE FORBIDDEN ROOM: Guy Maddin's Latest Looks Even Stranger Than Hoped In This Quintet Of Teasers!

Strap yourself in for something strange, boys and girls, for Canada's favorite cinematic madman Guy Maddin is back with The Forbidden Room. Maddin's latest - codirected with Evan Johnson - is about to premiere at Sundance before heading on to...

Check Out This Living Poster For Guy Maddin's THE FORBIDDEN ROOM

Canadian director Guy Maddin has a new film coming. Or is films? The director has been working on a multimedia project known as Seances, or Spiritismes in some circles, which sees his cast and crew holding a seance to invite...

Udo Kier Joins Jury For Viewster Online Film Fest #3

If you submitted your film to the third annual Viewster Online Film Fest (#VOFF), then watch out! Cult film icon Udo Kier is going to judge you! The third annual festival began last Friday and will continue through September 25. This year's...

Udo Has An Orgasm In The New Poster Campaign For Lars Von Trier's NYMPHOMANIAC

Ever wondered what Udo Kier looks like when having an orgasm? Stellan Skarsgard? Uma Thurman? Willem Dafoe? Charlotte Gainsbourg? Jamie Bell? Christian Slater? Connie Nielsen? Well, wonder no more because a new poster campaign has arrived for Lars Von Trier's...

Guy Maddin's SEANCES Is Under Way, Watch A Recap Of Day One

Guy Maddin is ... well, he's kind of being Guy Maddin with his latest project, Seances. A perpetual experimenter, Maddin's latest project is a series of twelve films shot over thirteen days with a live audience at the Phi Centre...

A Message From The Moon Fuhrer

The Moon Fuhrer (aka Udo Kier) is alone and on the run. And he needs your help. Check out his plea for assistance below....

Guy Maddin Invites You To Take Part In His SEANCES

Guy Maddin has never been one to bow before convention and so when word arrives that he has teamed with Montreal's Phi Centre to shoot twelve films in thirteen days with the public invited to participate ... well, coming from...

Bigger. Longer. Spacier. The IRON SKY Director's Cut Adds 20 Minutes.

Were you hoping for a little more Moon Nazi in scifi comedy Iron Sky? Turns out so was director Timo Vuorensola but the initial budget and timeline for production did not allow for him to include all he had hoped....

DVD Review: THE THEATRE BIZARRE

When Severin Films announced that they were co-producing a horror anthology with six of the edgiest talents in the business, my expectations were pretty high. Expectations can be a dangerous thing in that they can sink an above average film...

ScreenAnarchy's THE THEATRE BIZARRE Review Roundup

The resurgence in anthology horror films has been fascinating -- and heartening -- to see, both in a professional sense (filmmakers working together; short subjects receiving more attention when combined into a feature-length project) and a creative one (different approaches...

Watch THE THEATRE BIZARRE World Premiere Video

Horror anthology The Theatre Bizarre opens today in limited theatrical release which makes now a good time to look back at the film's world premiere back in July as part of the Fantasia Festival in Montreal. With parts of the...

Grimm Up North 2011: THE THEATRE BIZARRE review

Horror's pretty dumb, right, when you get down to it? Subjecting ourselves to seedy vicarious thrills when if we took pleasure in the same things in real life we'd be clinically insane. Lots of people level this argument against genre...