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MOTELX 2018: Rangers, Tigers and Demon Bikers Among First Wave of Titles For Lisbon Horror Film Festival

MOTELX, in Lisbon, Portugal, is one of the top genre film festivals in Europe. A member of The European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation, European films that compete and win at MOTELX go on to vye for the top prizes in...

Newly Minted Yellow Veil Pictures Announces Acquisitions of LUZ And A MAN IN THE DARK

Normally the birth of a new film sales company would be left to the trades to announce. However, since all involved in Yellow Veil Pictures, Inc. are all acquaintances, some even close friends to many here at Screen Anarchy, we...

BURNING SECRET: Early Stanley Kubrick Screenplay Surfaces

Some very exciting news for Stanley Kubrick fans came about this weekend. News sources report that a once thought lost screenplay co-written by Stanley Kubrick has surfaced.    Entitled Burning Secret, the script is an adaptation of the 1913 novella by the...

PARLOUR TRICKS: Canadian Horror Icon Tristan Risk Directs Her First Short Film

Canadian performer Tristan Risk has been steadily building a name for herself in our horror and cult film community as an actress over the years.    Our own Izzy Lee directed Risk in her 2015 short film Innsmouth and she...

OCCUPATION: Watch This Exclusive Clip From The Aussie Alien Invasion Flick

Saban Films will be releasing Luke Sparke's Aussi alien invasion film Occupation in cinemas, and on VOD and Digital HD on July 20. Screen Anarchy has an exclusive clip to share with you today. You will find it, and the...

Listen: Powerful First MANDY Track by the Late Jóhann Jóhannsson

Lakeshore Records and Invada have released the first track from Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson's forthcoming Mandy soundtrack. The powerful piece titled "Children of the New Dawn" marks a tough reminder of the talent cinema (and the world) lost when Jóhannsson...

THE CRESCENT: We Debut The New Trailer, Plus The Canadian Theatrical Run

Seth A Smith's The Crescent is returning home to Canada next month with an eight city theatrical run across the country. Screen Anarchy is pleased to help spread the word of this release and debut a new trailer for the...

RUBBER Director Returns With KEEP AN EYE OUT

Rubber helmer Quentin Dupieux has returned to French cinemas with his latest effort Keep An Eye Out (Au Poste) and it would appear he's got a bit of a hit on his hands with over a hundred thousand admissions in...

North Bend 2018: Final Wave Announced, ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE to Close The Fest!

One has to ask if the residents of North Bend, Washington, will be adequately prepared for what is coming to their quaint little Pacific northwest town during the last full weekend in August this Summer. The inagural North Bend Film...

BEATS OF RAGE: JTRO Returns in Teaser Trailer For Sequel to THE FP

For fans of the indie cult film The FP the wait for the continuing story of JTRO and the blood sport Beat-Beat Revelation will soon be over.    Beats of Rage, the sequel to Jason Trost's 2011 film, has been...

Michael Ironside Live in Conversation at Fantasia And New Toronto Horror Express Bus Tour!

Our friends at the sister organizations The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies and Spectacular Optical have two special events planned for horror fans in Montreal and Toronto this Summer.   First, on July 20th, in Montreal at the Fantasia International...

Arrow Films FrightFest 2018: The NEW BLOOD Talent Search Returns!

It is worth metioning again and again. Few film communities give it their all to foster growth like the genre film community does. Sure, there is the business side of things, the opportunities to engage in the business of film...

MAD GENIUS: Exclusive Clip For Sci-Fi Indie, on VOD July 3rd

Royce Gorsuch's indie sci-fi thriller Mad Genius will be available on VOD tomorrow, July 3rd. Today, we have an exclsuvie clip to share with you. We have also included the trailer as well. Enjoy!    The Matrix meets Mr Robot...

Fantasia 2018: All The Short Film Programs at This Year's Festival

Hot on the heels of the announcement of the final wave of feature length films at this year's Fantasia International Film Festival came the lineup of this year's short film lineup.     Hardly ever ones to let short films...

LIFECHANGER: Here's The First Trailer And New Poster From Justin McConnell's New Horror Flick

Local lad Justin McConnell, a friend of mine and to the others in the Candian cadre of Screen Anarchy, is one of the hardest working people I know from the film industry. Thing is, he is always working on someone...

Fantasia 2018: Final Wave! MANDY is Coming! New Films From Donnie Yen And Takashi Miike. And a Musical Treat From Goblin's Maurizio Guarini!

The final wave of titles have just been announced for this year's Fantasia International Film Festival. If you thought the festival could not cram any more cinematic greatness into its schedule you only have to look below to see that...

FrightFest 2018: THE RANGER Opens, CLIMAX Closes Record-Breaking 19th Edition, Full Line-Up Announced

The full line-up for Arrow Video FrightFest 2018, the 19th edition of the London-based horror extravaganza, has just been announced and it is bursting at the seams with epic fear-infused awesomeness. Jenn Wexler's post-modern punk slasher The Ranger will open...

MANDY: Nicolas Cage Hunts Crazy Evil in Trailer For Panos Cosmatos' Shocker

The less that is said about this trailer for Panos Cosmatos' latest movie Mandy the better you are off. Really, we do not think we can say anything that will adequately prepare for the vivid glory that awaits you below....

Now on Blu-ray: THE ENDLESS Is A New Classic From The Team Behind RESOLUTION

Out on Blu-ray this week is the third feature from the directing team of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, The Endless. This latest feature is their most adventurous to date and blends their unique sense of humor and a solid...

Blu-ray Review: John Waters' FEMALE TROUBLE Is A Divine Treat

As astonishingly vulgar and paradigm-challenging as 1972's Pink Flamingos was, it was John Waters' follow-up, Female Trouble that is the true jewel the crown of his early (pre-Hairspray) oeuvre. Female Trouble was the ultimate stage onto which Waters could send...