Festivals

Yup, it has begun. It is that time of year again, the time of year to get overwhelmed by an abundance of great new films coming around the globe. This is a list of New Films From Film Festivals That You Need To Know About (probably, it will be a…

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FANTASIA’S 23rd EDITION REVEALS A THUNDERING FIRST WAVE OF TITLES! Montreal, Quebec – 29 May 2019 – The Fantasia International Film Festival will be celebrating its 23rd Anniversary in Montreal this summer, taking place from July 11 – August 1, with its Frontières International Co-Production Market being held July 18 –…

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COME TO DADDY
Elijah Wood stars as Norvel, an alcoholic who is living with his mother after a suicide attempt. When Norvel receives an invitation from his estranged father he accepts and travels to secluded cabin in the woods. Norvel notices something ain’t right with Daddy. Maybe living with mum wasn’t such a bad idea after all.

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SOMETHING ELSE IS THE NEW MOVIE WRITTEN BY JEREMY GARDNER – DIRECTOR/WRITER/STAR OF INDIE ZOMBIE HIT THE BATTERY Tribeca Film Festival is nearly here (25th April – 5th May) and we really have an astonishing line-up this year. The first film to grab my attention was Something Else – the…

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Ithaca Fantastik reveals first wave of sensationally stand-out programming for 7th edition October 26th – Nov 4th! Ithaca Fantastik brings a powerful genre punch to upstate NY with the E.C. Premieres of Quentin Dupieux’S KEEP AN EYE OUT! and Alexandros Avranas’ LOVE ME NOT, a trio of over-the-top BobbyPills animations,…

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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 had a shortage of female serial killer films. Now, since then I have written about two…

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Lords Of Chaos – Norwegian black metal – Fantasia Film Festival – need I say more? Montreal’s long-running Fantasia International Film Festival announced earlier today that its “TBA Screening”, an annual tradition in which one hotly-anticipated film screened at the end of the festival, which is not announced until shortly…

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