Screen Anarchy

THE HEROIC TRIO / EXECUTIONERS 4K Review: Hong Kong Action Symphony in Two Movements
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Maggie Cheung, Anita Mui and Michelle Yeoh star; Johnnie To and Ching Siu-tung direct. Now in 4K from the Criterion Collection. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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ROSARIO: First Look at Felipe Vargas’ Debut Horror
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Rosario is forced to spend the night with the body of her deceased grandma, waiting for the ambulance while being attacked by supernatural forces that have taken control of her grandmother's corpse. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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RESTORE POINT Review: Have You Backed-Up Today?
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It’s year 2041 and the technology has found a way to cheat death – to ensure it, you just need to remember to back-up your memory every 48 hours. The action takes place in an unspecified country in Central Europe...
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KRAKEN: Pal Oie’s Upcoming Monster Movie to be Handled by TrustNordisk
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Mentioning this because we haven't spoken about this movie up until now. Pal Oie, director of the 2019 disaster action movie The Tunnel, is heading back to the director's chair this year with a monster movie, Kraken.    Kraken will...
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KICKBOXER: ARMAGEDDON: Scott Adkins Joins The Final Chapter of Action Trilogy
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THR broke the news last night that fan favorite action star Scott Adkins has joined the cast of Kickboxer: Armageddon. This will be the final chapter in a trilogy of films that started in 2016. Once again, Adkins is going...
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RAPTUS: First Trailer And Poster For A.I. Sci-Fi Thriller
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The frist trailer and poster have been sent to us for writer-director Bennet De Brabandere's sci-fi thriller, Raptus. It is the latest from the Canadian writer-director who we last spoke of when we covered and reviewed their film Cherrypicker (then...
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BLACKOUT: Larry Fesseden’s Werewolf Movie is Coming This Spring
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Painter Charley (Alex Hurt, Minyan, TV's New Amsterdam) wakes up in an upstate motel where he appears to have been living for some time. After he packs and leaves he encounters various people in the small town where everybody knows...
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MCCABE & MRS MILLER Blu-ray Review: Robert Altman’s Frontier Western Remains a Masterpiece
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Part of both the New Hollywood era and the second wave of Westerns, Robert Altman's McCabe & Mrs Miller might have suffered from poor box office on its release, but luckily did not have to wait long to find its...
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HOUSE OF NINJAS Review: Shinobi Stealth Success
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Kento Kaku, Yosuke Eguchi, Tae Kimura, Kengo Kora, Aju Makita, and Nobuko Miyamoto star in Dave Boyle's Japanese-language action series. [Read the whole post on screenanarchy.com...]
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Rotterdam 2024 Review: THE LIGHT Points Attention To An Art Scandal
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In May 1995, Denmark was celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the end of its occupation by the Nazis during World War 2, and many festivities were planned. As part of these, an art installation called 'Peace Sculpture 1995' was greenlit...
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