Category: Screen Anarchy

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…
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Indian Film Fest LA 2018 Review: IN THE SHADOWS, There Be Men And Monsters

Delhi's dark alleyways get their closeup in filmmaker Dipesh Jain's Gali Guliyaan (In the Shadows), a psychological thriller about paranoia, isolation, and the long lasting effects of trauma. Khuddoos (Manoj…
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BUFFALO BOYS: Full Trailer For The Indonesian Western Delivers Epic Scale Action

It was just last month that we shared the first teaser for Mike Wiluan's upcoming Indonesian western Buffalo Boys and that has now been followed by a full theatrical trailer…
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Tribeca 2018 Poster Debut: Nathan Silver’s THE GREAT PRETENDER Will Make You Believe

If you are a long time reader of these here pages, then you may very well already be aware of my love for the cinematic works of Nathan Silver. Working…
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SOFT MATTER: Is it a Good Light? Watch This Exclusive Clip

Jim Hickcox’s feature debut indie flick Soft Matter will be available on VOD on May 22nd.  An exlcusive clip was passed along to Screen Anarchy to share with you from…
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RELICTO Review: Argentine Mystery Horror an Experimental Ode to Artistic Influences

Oscar and Tamara leave the big city to settle into a small home in the country. It is an attempt by Oscar to rebuild their broken relationship after the death…
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Frontières@Cannes Announces Sixteen Projects Vying For Production Partnerships

Cannes is around the corner and that means that our friends at Frontières are gearing up for another joint venture with the famed festival. Returning after a successful debut year in…
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Review: THE FENCER, History Crosses Swords at School

Endel is hiding. In The Fencer (Miekkailija), which has recently been issued as a fine-looking DVD from Music Box Films and is also available to watch via various VOD platforms,…
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Exclusive INCOMING Trailer: Scott Adkins Goes to Space

"The Geneva Convention doesn't apply ... in space." If there is one thing in this crazy film world that we can depend upon, it's that Scott Adkins will always kick…
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Review: THE RIDER, Dealing Gently With Thwarted Dreams

Chloé Zhao's first feature film, Songs My Brothers Taught Me, showed the beautiful and difficult life of a young man on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota; his…
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