Fantasia Festival Review – They Look Like People

  They Look Like People is a micro-budget horror/drama written and directed by Perry Blackshear. Since it’s première at Slamdance 2015, They Look Like People went on to win multiple awards at different festivals throughout the year. The film follows Wyatt (MacLeod Andrews), a nice guy who is just down on his luck.  He Continue Reading

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Catch Me Daddy [Review]

A directorial début by Daniel Wolfe, written alongside his brother Matthew, Catch Me Daddy follows Laila (Sameena Jabeen Ahmed), a Pakistani girl who leads a simple life with her white Scottish boyfriend, Aaron (Connor McCarron). Brooding in the background of this existence is something much darker, as what appears to be family and a couple of goons you’d Continue Reading

Fantasia Festival: Socialphobia [Review]

  Socialphobia is the debut feature from Hong Seok-jae who tackles the increasingly disturbing knock-on effects of social media abuse and cyberbullying in South Korea. In the early hours of the morning, the news for the day piles onto the social media feeds, with the top story being that of a soldier from the army having taken his Continue Reading