Screen Anarchy

Udine 2024 Review: THEIR LAST LOVE AFFAIR, Lee Myung-se’s Daring and Dazzling Tale of Illicit Romance
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This year's Far East Film Festival is screening a large number of South Korean classics, including a full program dedicated to the country's fascinating 1950s output, such as Park Nam-ok's progressive drama The Widow, the first Korean film ever directed...
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Udine 2024 Review: 12.12: THE DAY, Riveting Drama Brings Dark Episode of Korean History Into the Light
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One of the final dark closets of modern Korean history gets thrown wide open in Kim Sung-soo's riveting historical drama 12.12: The Day. The film dramatises the coup d'état that took place in the wake of the assassination of President...
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Udine 2024 Review: THE ROUNDUP: PUNISHMENT Wins One More Round in a Franchise Clinging to the Ropes
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It’s Beast Cop vs Bitcoin in the fourth instalment of Ma Dong-seok’s enduringly popular Roundup action franchise, as his hulking detective goes toe-to-toe with a tech-savvy crime syndicate looking to expand into crypto. Helmed by action director Heo Myeong-haeng, Ma’s...
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THE FURIOUS: Legendary Producer Bill Kong Hires Big Guns to Make a Big Action Movie!
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Yesterday Variety broke news that legendary Hong Kong producer Bill Kong (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, House of Flying Daggers, Fearless) has started production on a new action film called The Furious in Bangkok, Thailand, and he's enlisted the help of...
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Friday One Sheet: THE LAST STOP IN YUMA COUNTY
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This cream-coloured, coffee focused, exercise in minimalism and symbolism is for the tight, one location 'bag of money' suspense thriller The Last Stop in Yuma County. I have no idea why, but i wish more designers would put the title...
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Now Streaming: FURIA S2, Nordic Political Thriller
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Pål Sverre Hagen, Ine Marie Wilmann, and Boryz Szyc star in the tense Norwegian series, now streaming on Viaplay. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Udine 2024 Review: CITIZEN OF A KIND, A New Kind of Hero Rises in Delightful Female-Centric Vigilante Drama
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If its films and dramas are to be believed, South Korea is a land teeming with vigilantes. They are typically brooding, sharply dressed and very attractive characters with dark pasts who mete out justice with brute strength or elaborate schemes,...
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Now Streaming: CITY HUNTER, Lighthearted Fanservice Adventure, Swamped By Blood
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Ryohei Suzuki and Misato Morita star in the Netflix Original film, based on Tsukasa Hojo's manga series. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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THE EXORCISM Trailer: Russell Crowe Stars in Possession Horror
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Exorcism runs in the family on and off screen as Russell Crowe becomes the ultimate method actor, albeit unwillingly, in Joshua John Miller's upcoming possession horror flick, The Exorcism.   Carrying on a tradition left to him by his father,...
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THE FEELING THAT THE TIME FOR DOING SOMETHING HAS PASSED Review: Comedic Discomfort in Millenial Ennui
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While ennui and angst are common to many generations, I can imagine it could be much more accute among millenials - anything that might have been considered a 'normal' life gave up the ghost before they came of age. They're...
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