Category: Screen

Rolled by the Dice in Andre Norton’s Quag Keep

There’s something quite satisfying in a historical sense about reading an Andre Norton novel based on Dungeons and Dragons and published in 1978, just four years after the game’s first box appeared in the world. It was so new that...

/ January 6, 2020

Crowdfund This: Dennis Hopper’s OUT OF THE BLUE Restored In 4K

Now here's a nice project being crowdfunded: Dennis Hopper's 1980 gritty family drama Out of the Blue will be restored in 4K. Yes, "will be", because the initial goal of 35,000 USD has already been achieved. Backers can either bask...

/ August 13, 2019

Now Streaming: WU ASSASSINS, Iko Uwais Goes Wild, But That’s Not All

Iko Uwais stars in a wildly-entertaining melange of martial arts, Chinatown crime, Asian-American issues, and fantasy adventure. [Read the whole post on] Read More

/ August 10, 2019

NEKROTRONIC Review: Roache-Turner Brothers Return With Evil Demons, More Color And Just Enough Gore

Howard North (Ben O'Toole) has a shitty job working for the family sanitation business. One day and his partner Rangi (Bob Savea) are called into the city to do one more job at the end of a long shift. Rangi...

/ August 9, 2019

VILLAINS: Horror Flick From BODY Duo Coming From Alter This September

ALTER, Gunpowder & Sky’s horror brand, has announced that Villains, the new horror flick from Body`s Dan Berk and Robert Olsen, will be released nationwide on September 20th. Along with the announcement there was this new image passed along.   ...

/ August 8, 2019

HAUNT: Watch The Official Trailer For Horror House Flick From Writers of A QUIET PLACE

Scott Beck and Bryan Woods`horror house flick Haunt is having it's World Premiere tomorrow at the Popcorn Frights Film Festival in Florida. Momentum Pictures will be releasing it next month in U.S. theaters and On Demand/Digital on September 13th. The...

/ August 7, 2019

Now Streaming: ANOTHER LIFE, WHITE CHAMBER, Sci-Fi, Sorta

One leans toward soap-opera melodrama, the other toward political horror. Another LifeNow streaming on Netflix. Starbuck returns to space! Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica) stars in the sci-fi series, which was more than enough to lure me into watching. The launch...

/ August 6, 2019

Fantasia 2019 Review: HARD-CORE, A Tale Of Right-Wingers, Robots, and Redemption

Yukon (Yamada Takayuki) Gondo is a hard-headed ne'er do well who can't quite seem to hang on to anything in his life. Having no relationships, no real job, and no goals sends him adrift in ways that often get him...

/ August 5, 2019

7th Annual Los Angeles Nollywood Film Awards at the Historic Miracle Theater

INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Aug. 1, 2019 - PRLog -- On Sunday, August 4th, the Los Angeles Nollywood Film Association (LANFA) will have their film awards ceremony at the historic Miracle Theater at 226 S Market St in Inglewood. Multi-talented and...

/ August 4, 2019

Japan Cuts 2019 Interview: THE MIRACLE OF CRYBABY SHOTTAN Director Toyoda Toshiaki Talks Quiet Rebellion

The films of Toyoda Toshiaki are known for their brash and exciting style, laced with acid takes on society.  Returning to the big screen after four years with The Miracle of Crybaby Shottan, director Toyoda shows his quieter, more contemplative...

/ August 3, 2019

Asian American International 2019 Review: YELLOW ROSE, Immigration Woes and Country Music Dreams

Over 15 years in development, Diane Paragas' debut feature Yellow Rose is timely in ways equally fortuitous and unfortunate, arriving as it does at a time of heightened emotion and political rhetoric around the issues surrounding undocumented immigrants in the U.S.  Usually, these issues involve people coming from Mexico and other Central and...

/ August 2, 2019

SWORD + SORCERY: Shout! Factory TV’s Three Day Dungeons And Deathstalkers Streaming Event!

Here is something for all you fans of the sword and sorcery genre! Shout! Factory TV is presenting a three-day live streaming event called Sword + Sorcery throughout the weekend of August 10th through 12th. Shout! will stream twelve films over...

/ August 1, 2019


The Fast and the Furious film franchise has come a long way in the eighteen years since Dominic Toretto and his crew of miscreants hijacked a load of TV/VCR combos for shits and giggles. Over the course of nearly two...

/ July 31, 2019

Fantastic Fest 2019: JOJO RABBIT, IN THE TALL GRASS, FRACTURED, Takashi Miike Lead First Wave

The first wave of genre films that will be playing at Fantastic Fest for its 15th edition has splashed down upon us, and baby, it sure feels good! Held annually in Austin, Texas, the festival will kick off with Taika...

/ July 30, 2019

TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID: Watch New Trailer, Be Afraid, Get Excited

Ever since it debuted, Tigers Are Not Afraid has been "blowing minds all over the world," according to our own J Hurtado, and now a new trailer gives us all a lovely visual peek at what to expect. Issa López's...

/ July 29, 2019

Friday One Sheet: JOJO RABBIT And The Handbill Aesthetic

A mixture of techniques in play make for an interesting, photo-free, text heavy poster for Taika Waititi's last film, Jojo Rabbit. The large splashes of text all over the key art looks painted with a wide brush. It being a...

/ July 26, 2019

GWEN: Watch The New Trailer For William McGregor`s Debut Film

William McGregor`s debut feature film, Gwen, is coming to cinemas, On Demand and Digital HD on August 16th. We have a new trailer to share with you below.  Gwen is a young girl desperately trying to hold her home together...

/ July 26, 2019

EMPATHY INC.: New Trailer Marks North American Release Coming This September

Dark Star Pictures will release the critically acclaimed Empathy Inc. from Yedidya Gorsetman and Mark Leidner in North American cinemas (9/13) and on VOD (9/24) this Fall.  Screen Anarchy has been asked to debut a new trailer for the thrifty...

/ July 26, 2019

Review: THE MOUNTAIN, Rick Alverson’s Precise, Stoic Vision of the World

The Mountain director, Rick Alverson, doesn’t give a fuck what you think about his movies. In his short, but eventful career making feature films, he’s already created two of the most polarizing American independent films of the current decade in...

/ July 25, 2019

Mayhem 2019: First Three Titles Announced, EXTRA ORDINARY, SWORD OF GOD (THE MUTE) And SOMETHING ELSE

Mayhem returns to Nottingham, England this October and it is bringing some friends. The festival announced the first three titles for this year's program.  The Mayhem audience can look forward to Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman's wonderful horror comedy Extra...

/ July 24, 2019