Screen Anarchy

MUMMY SHARK Official Trailer: Because at This Point, Why Not?
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Wild Eye Releasing is putting Mark Polonia's micro (what's below micro?) indie horror flick Mummy Shark out on VOD and DVD on October 8th.    You folks know the drill with movies like these. They're done fast, cheap and keep the...
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BRING THEM DOWN: First Look at Christopher Abbott and Barry Keoghan in Irish Thriller Bound For TIFF
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Michael, the last son of a shepherding family, lives with his ailing father, Ray. Burdened by guilt over the death of his mother, Michael has isolated himself from the world. When a conflict with rival farmer Gary and his son...
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MotelX 2024: SASQUATCH SUNSET, IN A VIOLENT NATURE And ODDITY Lead First Wave
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Our friends at MotelX, the excellent genre film festival in Lisbon, Portugal, have annonced the first wave of titles for this year's festival, coming up this September.    Festival standouts Sasquatch Sunset, In A Violent Naure, Oddity, Cuckoo, Humanist Vampire Seeking...
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GANYMEDE: LGBTQ Thriller Debuts on VOD in August From VMI Releasing
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When a small town wrestling star develops a crush on an openly gay classmate, he begins to be stalked by a grotesque creature that invades his thoughts, all the while struggling to live up to the standard set by his...
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Karlovy Vary 2024 Review: TROPICANA, A Middle Age Coming of Age With Seidlian Touch
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Omer Tobi's debut feature sees a weary supermarket cashier in the Israeli desert embarks on an unexpected journey of self-discovery in the echoes of Ulrich Seidl´s poetics. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Sound And Vision: Alma Har’el
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In the article series Sound and Vision we take a look at music videos from notable directors. This week: two music videos by Alma Har'el. Alma Har'el has been on the cusp of truly breaking through to the mainstream, and...
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Fantasia 2024 Review: TATSUMI, A Gritty Yakuza Street Drama With A Broken Heart
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I am happy that these kinds of gritty, but emotionally tragic crime films are still being made. Hiroshi Shôji’s Tatsumi is one of those skuzzy neighborhood dramas, the kind soaked in poverty, spit, blood, and tears. Where the crime feels...
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Karlovy Vary 2024 Review: GRAND TOUR, A Cinematic Travelogue Blending Past and Present
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The Portuguese auteur Miguel Gomes merges genres, time periods, and cinematic techniques to create a post-modern exploration of cinema's fluid nature, offering a sophisticated and reflective homage to the art form that challenges conventional narrative boundaries. [Read the whole post...
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THE DEAD THING: New Poster Debuts Ahead of World Premiere at Fantasia
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A young woman lost in a series of meaningless connections falls in love with a charismatic and sensitive man, who hides a dark secret that turns her affair into a dangerous obsession. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Fantasia 2024: ESCAPE ATTEMPT, Short Film Short Review
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In the future Saul hitches a ride with Anna and Vadim, a young couple on their way off planet for a vacation. Saul requests that they simply drop him off at the nearest uninhibited planet. He says he's done with...
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