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I can safely say that Nikias Chryssos’  directorial début DER BUNKER is unlike anything you have ever seen. I knew Der Bunker had great reviews from the festival circuit. Apart from that, I knew nothing about it, so I jumped at the chance to review when it came my way. Firstly I would like to say…

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Here is a list of 10 new Japanese thrillers that will be coming your way soon CREEPY I got to review this new Japanese Serial-killer movie for Fantasia International Film Festival. I can confirm that Creepy, is as dark as they get although it does take a while to get…

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Some Freaks had its world premiere at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival. The director and star kindly took the time to answer some of my questions about their important coming of age comedy/drama  First answers from writer/director Ian MacAllister McDonald   1: This is your first feature length, tell…

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Fantasia International Film Festival Held The World Premiere For Ian Allister MacDonald’s, SOME FREAKS   I guess you could call Some Freaks a romantic comedy. I mean, it’s not your average rom-com, as the title may suggest. It’s about a high school romance and it’s quite funny (in parts), by…

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Death By Dildos, Chainsaw Sodomy, And The Power Of Heavy Metal   Deathgasm is the directorial début from New Zealander, Jason Lei Howden and it has been rocking out to sold out festivals around the world. Having previously worked as a visual FX artist on The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey…

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21 Great Modern Euro-Horror Movies

A list of already released Euro horror movies. Hope you enjoy. SHREW’S NEST This is a new claustrophobic horror movie from Spain. The reviews that I have read for this movie have been really strong. It recently played at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival. It also features a performance…

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6 Deeply Disturbing Psychological Films

A list of 6 films that disturbed me so much they have a permanent residence in the back of my mind.  Michael Michael is the directorial debut from Austrian filmmaker Markus  Schleinzer. The story of an insurance salesman called Michael. To everyone around him, Michael seems to live a quiet and boring life.What they…

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