Review: New Canadian female-led serial killer flick What Keeps You Alive What Keeps You Alive is a new psycho-thriller, female-led serial killer flick from Canada. It was only last year I was mentioning that we[…]
Fantasia International Film Festival Review: Joko Anwar’s supernatural horror SATAN’S SLAVES There is a special place saved for films that pull the supernatural-horror sub-genre off successfully. The ones that manage to ease you into the[…]
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Tigers Are Not Afraid is a dark fairy tale about a gang of five children in the middle of a drug war directed by Issa Lopez.
In 2010 FFF screened Ghost from the Machine. For 2018 Anthony Scott Burns, modernizes the story, for the next generation as ‘Our House.’
Set against the background of a brutal criminal gang in Brussels, a tragic love story between Gigi (Matthias Schoenaerts), a high-flying gangster, and Bibi (Adèle Exarchopoulos), a young racing driver with very upper-class roots.
While Gigi attempts to break away from his illicit history, two things stand in the couple’s way to a happy life together: an unrelenting mob hungry for another heist, and the cops that are closing in on them.
Downrange airs on Shudder.com 26th April 2018. If you like films set in single locations, then this is one not to miss. Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura who’s behind classics like Versus and Midnight Meat Train. It’s a simple premise done well. Don’t think about it, relax and just watch the movie.
A brilliant but disturbed scientist freezes his children alive, while he races to cure their deadly genetic disease by decoding the DNA of the immortal Turritopsis jellyfish. Starring Henry Ian, Kathleen Quinlan, Jenna Harrison, Karishma Ahluwalia, and Erika Ervin. A debut film from Maurice Haeems. Chimera 2018 Review.
Insta-famous, YouTube-famous, cyber-star and internet personalities are all words we are familiar with. We reside in times where celebrity culture is hurtled towards us at an alarming speed. Chuck wants Julian to be ‘The Next Big Thing’ and this is his movie. This review is spoiler-free. A movie about being famous to become famous.
In the realm of Don’t Kill It meets American Indian spirits, is this serious toned horror new release, Black Creek. Written and directed by Jason Crow with only $3000 an set in the woods of Wisconsin— the hunting season in Black Creek is about to begin.