ScreenAnarchy Movie Trailers

  • LAGUNAS, LA GUARIDA DEL DIABLO: Watch The Trailer For Marc Carrete's Latest Now!
    Writer-director Marc Carrete (Asmodexia) premiered the first trailer for his upcoming new feature Lagunas, La Guarida del Diablo two days ago at the Molins Horror Film Festival and we're happy to present the online premiere of the Spanish language creeper here. Josué's life revolves around the old grocery store he… Read more »
  • Teaser: NOMADLAND's Quiet, Beautiful Pitch
    Searchlight Pictures just dropped a short, single-shot teaser trailer for Chloe Zhao's (The Rider) new feature, Nomadland. And it is beautiful, measured, and melancholic, with Frances McDormand at her understated best. Adapting Jessica Bruder's journalism-novel of the same name, the film follows a number of people of the Baby Boomer… Read more »
  • The Universe Is A Very Strange Place In Manuel Arija's ULTRAINNOCENCE
    It's been a little while since we've heard from Spanish oddball auteur Manuel Arija but - yes, oh, yes - it's been worth the wait. Arija has been quiet since first making waves here and on the international festival circuit with a string of very, very good and very, very… Read more »
  • SPINDRIFT'S HAUNTED WEST Trailer: Spaghetti Western and Music Doc Blur
    Psychedelic western band Spindrift recently toured the famous ghost towns and haunted locations of the American frontier, documenting their wild travels in a new poyte-tinged documentary inspired by their favourite film sub genre, the Spaghetti Western. Their high concept tour consisted of shows at the ghost town Bodie, CA and… Read more »
  • BLOOD MACHINES Hits Shudder May 21, Original Score Available Now!
    It's been a long time coming, kids, but Seth Ickerman's cosmic opera Blood Machines is almost here! Not only has a brand new trailer arrived confirming their May 21 release date on Shudder but the original score from Carpenter Brut has just been released as well. BLOOD MACHINES follows two… Read more »
  • STRAY DOLLS: Sonejuhi Sinha's Crime Thriller Debuts in April
    In Sonejuhi Sinha's taut and topical debut crime thriller Stray Dolls, a young Indian immigrant is pulled into a whirlwind of criminal activity by her persuasive roommate. The film, which was nominated for the Best Narrative Feature award at the Tribeca Film Festival, and landed Sinha on Indiewire's "25 Rising… Read more »
    Like many things when capturing attention, it is all about the eyes. The key art for this Canadian neo-noir re-imagines the tacky urban theme park slash tourist trap, the eponymous Clifton Hill, that is barnacled to Niagara Falls, as a haze of foreboding gloom.  Gazing upon the water and lights,… Read more »
  • VEROTIKA Trailer: Danzig's Horror Debut Looks Wild
    The first trailer for legendary rocker Glenn Danzig's directorial debut, Verotika has landed ahead of the film's release in February and it looks as mad as you hoped. Based on his own hit comics (also called Verotika), the film has gained something of a huge cult following since its premiere… Read more »
  • Kimo Samboel Introduces THE QUEEN OF BLACK MAGIC
    Well, hello there, Asian horror fans, have we got a little something for you ... If a film titled The Queen Of Black Magic isn't enough to get your attention on it's own, how about this: Kimo Stamboel - who first arrived on the scene as one half of Indonesian… Read more »
  • THE LEGEND OF BARON TO'A: It's Like Chow Meets Waititi In All-Islander Wrestling Smackdown!
    Yep, it puts a lot of weight on Kiel McNaughton's upcoming action-comedy The Legend Of Baron To'a to start off by comparing it to the work of Stephen Chow and Taika Waititi, but hey ... when you take a cast made up entirely of Pacific Islanders and Maori and put… Read more »
  • SPUTNIK: Fabulously Creepy Trailer For Egor Abramenko's SciFi Horror Delights
    Hands up, everyone who delights in the squirming unease delivered by Ridley Scott's iconic scifi horror Alien. That's pretty much all of us, yeah? And while I hesitate to make assumptions I'm quite certain that Russian director Egor Abramenko's hand would be up as high as anyone else's right now… Read more »
  • PORTALS Trailer: Latest Anthology from the V/H/S Crew Has a Cosmic Twist
    The first trailer and poster have premiere for the latest genre-bending scifi/horror anthology by the creators of the V/H/S series called Portals. Created by Chris White, segments are set around a series of worldwide blackouts -- after which millions of mysterious cosmic anomalies appear everywhere across the planet. While many… Read more »
  • Screamfest 2019 Exclusive: A GOOD WOMAN IS HARD TO FIND Poster Reveals a Determined Sarah Bolger
    Screamfest has announced its full line-up and one of our fave films of the year, Abner Pastoll's A Good Woman is Hard to Find, is on the schedule, screening Monday, October 14.  A dynamic killer thriller with its finger firmly on the pulse of stark social commentary and shattering suspense,… Read more »
  • Watch The Striking Trailer For African Survival Tale THE STORY OF RACHEL DE BEER
    Following his acclaimed short film work, South African director Matthys Boshoff makes his feature debut with upcoming period drama The Story Of Rachel de Beer. Adapted from a best selling Afrikaans language novel by Brett Michael Innes - himself and acclaimed local filmmaker - the picture looks to be eqqual… Read more »
  • THE GIRL WITH NO MOUTH: Watch The Trailer For Can Evrenol's Dark Fable
    Baskin director Can Evrenol will soon be hitting the festival circuit with his latest offering, The Girl With No Mouth, and those hoping for a little taste of the dark fable now get their wish with the arrival of a festival teaser for the film. Girl With No Mouth is… Read more »
  • Jorge Olguin Invites You To Enter LA CASA
    Chilean director Jorge Olguin has long been one of that nation's leading lights when it comes to genre film and he'll be returning to screens locally in January with his latest offering La Casa (The House). And, yep, if you think you have an idea where a horror film called… Read more »
  • Friday One Sheet: LOW TIDE and Orange Gradients
    Learn to love your gradient. That is the heart of the sunset orange glow of the key art for Low Tide. It's different, and minimalist, enough to grab ones attention in a multiplex hallway of crowded photoshop nightmares (i.e. typical movie posters).  Promising a modern, edgier, Goonies-style treasure hunt with… Read more »
  • NEKROTRONIC Trailer: Monica Bellucci Plays an Internet Demon in New Action Horror
    Momentum Pictures has released an official trailer for Nekrotronic, the next indie horror comedy film from the Australian director of Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead, Kiah Roache-Turner. A film about an internet demon and the secret hunters who bring them down (yes, you read that correctly), the film looks like… Read more »
  • ONE CUT OF THE DEAD Director's AESOP'S GAME To World Premiere At Skip City!
    Japan's Skip City film festival has announced their full line up and Screen Anarchy readers will no doubt want to take note of one very high profile world premiere because One Cut Of The Dead director Ueda Shinichiro makes his return as the writer and co-director of Aesop's Game! Says… Read more »
  • BEING FRANK, starring Jim Gaffigan, Logan Miller & Anna Gunn, gets an official trailer
    The Film Arcade has released the official trailer for Being Frank, ahead of the planned Father's Day weekend release.  Being Frank debuted at SXSW as You Can Choose Your Family, where We Live Entertainment hailed Gaffigan and Miller's "spectacularly heartfelt and honest performances".  The narrative directorial debut of Miranda Bailey, Being Frank will open in Los Angeles and… Read more »

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