Festivals

Need more viral outbreak movies? New indigenous zombie film Blood Quantum bites its way to Shudder Blood Quantum is a new retro Canadian zombie horror that premiered @ last year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Now the world can get to witness the dead ripping people to shreds on horror streaming…

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In need of some new sci-fi? look no further! IFC Midnight has picked up the North American rights for new Russian sci-fi, SPUTNIK The directorial debut from Egor Abramenko, Sputnik was meant to have its premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival but due to this shit-storm pandemic, the film…

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That’s not all! Amazon Prime Video will be releasing all of the feature-length movies that were to play at the festival. No date has been confirmed but you folks will find out when I do. Imagine being a filmmaker, creating your dream project, getting excepted into one of the finest…

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Homewrecker, a film directed by Zach Gayne, follows a premise we have probably all seen before. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, bunny-boiler type of film, fuelled by jealousy and a distant connection, but Zach thankfully takes this on an altogether different path, playing to classic entrapment and claustrophobia horror….

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Next up for our Fantasia International Film Festival coverage is American Fighter: The Wrestler A sequel to a film I had no idea existed, originally based on a true story I also had no idea existed, but I’m glad this came into my life. The story itself (the first film…

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Next up for our coverage for Fantasia Film Festival is South Korean ZomCom The Odd Family: Zombie On Sale The Korean government have unleashed some sort of infection turning people into zombie-like creatures. After a zombie rises and escapes from a facility he stumbles and moans his way to a…

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Although I am a little late but as promised, here’s my Films From Film Festivals You Should Know About – Part 3 – Fantasia Film Festival SpecialCLICK HERE if you missed the movies from parts 1&2. I hope you enjoy. IDOL Films From Film Festivals You Should Know About –…

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