North Bend 2018: New Fest Announces First Wave of Titles
The North Bend Film Festival is just around the corner. The brand new festival, taking place in the heart of Twin Peaks land, North Bend, Washington, is preparing its inaugural festival lineup. The first wave of titles was announced a couple days ago and you will find the full press release below. The first wave of titles boasts a eclectic mix of features, shorts, VR experiences and what I can only describe as an engagement with mysticism. Not for me, but some guest may dig an experience in the otherworldly. The North Bend Film Festival announces first wave of programming and unveils chilling poster for first edition this August North Bend Film Fest opens with Timur Bekmambetov’s captivating computer-screen thriller PROFILE, hosts...
Sahara Road release the Official Theatrical Poster for upcoming Science Fiction Drama: Zoe and the Astronaut. The film stars Kirsten Foster as the titular character, Zoe, who has suffered with Leukemia her whole life. When her condition worsens, she's given months to live. One day, a Young Astronaut crash lands near her home. Zoe spends her last days showing the Astronaut the wonders of Planet Earth. The film is directed by Eke Chukwu and also stars: Ian Reddington, Lisa Moorish, Lara Heller, Rob Oldfield and Max Scully....
Fantasia 2018: Second Wave Kills Hitler Then Bigfoot And Honors Cynthia Rothrock
Summer has arrived and the Screen Anarchy team is gearing up for another year of international delights delivered to us by the blessed hands of the fine folks at Fantasia International Film Festival. The second wave of titles have just been announced and as is to be expected there is so much cinematic goodness to behold. The festival will open with Daniel Roby's Dans La Brume (Just a Breathe Away), a film about a Paris family trapped by a sea of fog that comes up from underground after an earthquake. On the premiere side Fantasia is hosting the world premieres of The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot, directed by Robert D. Krzykowski, starring Sam Elliott and produced by John Sayles....
Fox Accepts Disney’s $71.3 Billion Bid for 21st Century Fox, Topping Comcast’s Latest Offer [Updated]
Update 6/20/2018: Bloomberg reports that Fox has accepted a $71.3 billion bid from Disney, which tops Comcast’s previous offer of $65 billion. Disney’s new offer “gives Fox shareholders the option to take their payment in the form of cash or stock, up to a 50-50 level”, and the company will also “take on about $13.8 […]
‘The Meg’ International Trailer Sinks Its Jaws Into New Footage
The only thing that can save the summer at this point is Jason Statham fighting a big-ass prehistoric shark. Thankfully, a new The Meg international trailer just swam online, bringing with it a ton of new footage. The Meg International Trailer Ah, summer. A time of sandy beaches, sunlight glinting off the sea, and of course, […]
‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Review: A Desperate Struggle to Capture That ‘Jurassic’ Magic
When the film he was reviewing would demand it, the late Roger Ebert would retell an old story he’d once heard. It was about a child prodigy, gifted at playing the piano, who was lucky enough to meet one of the old masters to perform. And so he did, skillfully getting every part of a […]