Earlier this year, in February, the horror community lost an icon. Filmmaker José Mojica Marins,...Read More
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Another year of Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival has officially wrapped, and despite...Read More
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[Fantasia 2020 Review] Trick-r-Treaters From Hell Come Knocking in Indie Action Film FOR THE SAKE OF VICIOUS
Indie film is firing on all cylinders when it’s at its most ambitious, and that’s...Read More
[Fantasia 2020 Review] Troma Masterpiece #SHAKESPEARESSHITSTORM is Possibly The Best Film Adaptation of The Tempest
It’s been 24 years since the release of Tromeo and Juliet (and it still blows my mind that James...Read More
[Fantasia 2020 Review] SLAXX Takes A Simple Concept Like Killer Jeans And Weaves in A Dark Commentary on The Fashion Industry
I remember interning at Fantasia three years ago and attending the Frontieres Market, a place for...Read More
Horror has played with depicting the world of dreams before. The most iconic foray into the...Read More
I love a good haunted house film — the genre is my ghost loving horror fan addiction. But as rich...Read More
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