Review for Josh Lobo’s I TRAPPED THE DEVIL
POSSUM Review: The scariest kind of monsters are the ones that exist inside of our minds. THE DIRECTORIAL DEBUT FROM MATTHEW HOLNESS Possum would not be a film that would be suited for everyone. There aren’t a lot of characters and the film is made up of long eerie scenes with Continue Reading
For Hardcore Horror Fans Only. Trauma will most definitely leave you Traumatised What do the words “extreme horror” mean to you?. To me, its that feeling in your gut, that feeling when you think to yourself “who in the right kind of mind would like this sort of shit” then Continue Reading
Jeremy Saulnier’s new Netflix original HOLD THE DARK has just hit Netflix. As a big fan of Jeremy Saulnier, I couldn’t wait to feast my eyes and ears on his new film. Even more so when I found out that Macon Blair was penning the script. For those of you Continue Reading
Arizona, the new black comedy From Director Arizona played at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival. This is a film well-suited to this festival as it’s not your typical American comedy. Unfortunately, we were unable to obtain a screener at that time but we soon got one sent to Continue Reading
The Ranger is director & writer Jenn Wexler’s debut feature film. See it if you like the sound of punk rockers versus a ranger mangled into a slasher film.
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 Continue Reading
Simply put, two brothers plan a murder. If you plan it well, it can’t go wrong…right? Canadian premiere at Fantasia Film Festival 2018.
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.
Believer is new a new crime/action movie from South Korea that recently played Fantasia International Film Festival 2018 I wasn’t aware until afterwards that Believer was a remake of Jonnie To’s highly regarded DRUG WAR. It was a little confusing, I was almost certain that I had seen Drug War Continue Reading