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Another year of Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival has officially wrapped, and despite...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 always given a voice to the voiceless. And one of the biggest beneficiaries of the...Read More
[Fantasia 2020 Review] John Hsu’s Video-Game-Based DETENTION Reimagines Taiwan’s White Terror as Fantasy Horror
The law is intended to maintain order and protect civil liberties. It may not always work out that...Read More
[Fantasia 2020 Review] Hollywood North Documentary CLAPBOARD JUNGLE is A Must-See For Aspiring Filmmakers
Justin McConnell’s Clapboard Jungle documents five years in the life of an indie filmmaker....Read More
The 2020 Fantasia Film Festival is only two short weeks away and the final wave of films has...Read More
Every year is an interesting year for horror and 2019 was no different. This year saw the release...Read More
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