Luz: The Flower of Evil – Review

Luz: The Flower of Evil – sins committed in the name of God Luz opens up with a vacant woodland, bones scattered everywhere. You know within a few seconds that…

Fantasia Festival 2020 Review: Sleep

First up for our Fantasia Film Festival coverage is a German film, Sleep. Mona (Gro Swantje Kohlhof) is deeply worried about her mother, Marlene (Sandra Huller). She doesn’t know if her…

Graphic Novel Ignites Graphic Violence In Random Acts Of Violence

Random Acts Of Violence Random Acts Of Violence focuses on the author of a hugely popular R-rated graphic novel. Unable to come up with an idea on the final issue…

Fantasia Film Festival: The Third & Final Wave Of Films Announced

FANTASIA 2020 TO PRESENT A LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD TO FILMMAKER JOHN CARPENTER, CLOSE WITH KIWI ACTION COMEDY THE LEGEND OF BARON TO’A Johnnie To’s CHASING DREAM, Vincent Paronnaud’s HUNTED, Jorge…

That’s A Lot Of Dead Dicks: Review For New Canadian Indie Sci-fi DEAD DICKS

Even the title – DEAD DICKS gets people talking, and more so, thinking what’s a lot of Dead Dicks is gonna look like on-screen? Dead Dicks is actually a very…

Silhouette Review: A Slow-Burner That Delivers To Those Who Wait

Silhouette is the new feature from writer/director Mitch McLeod After the death of their only child, Jack and Amanda Harms move to a secluded home to try and start anew.…

Katanas, Chainsaws & Zombies: Blood Quantum Review

Blood Quantum pays homage to the greats while also delivering a large social message Blood Quantum opens with a fisherman gutting some salmon. The thing is when all guts have…

Fantasia Film Festival Review: HOMEWRECKER

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…

Fantasia Film Festival 2019 Review: American Fighter

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.…

Fantasia Film Festival Review: 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…