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…
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…
In 2010 FFF screened Ghost from the Machine. For 2018 Anthony Scott Burns, modernizes the story, for the next generation as ‘Our House.’
Knuckleball 2018 starts with 12-year-old Henry who finds himself at the center of a maelstrom of terror. A dark family legacy raises its head when his secretive grandfather dies suddenly in the night. #Knuckleball2018 #775MediaCorp #MichaelPeterson #FantasiaFilmFestival2018
One Cut Of The Dead just played at this year’s Fantasia Film Festival, so what did we think of this new Japanese indie horror? One Cut Of The Dead has been getting quite a bit of attention lately and it’s easy to see why it has been picked to show…
Fantasia Film Festival 2018 Review for Microhabitat. How much would you give up to keep doing what makes your soul happy? Miso might just have a solution. #Microhabitat2017 #CGVArthouse #GwanghwamumCinema #JeonGoWoon #FantasiaFilmFestival2018
Downrange airs on Shudder.com 26th April 2018. If you like films set in single locations, then this is one not to miss. Directed by Ryuhei Kitamura who’s behind classics like Versus and Midnight Meat Train. It’s a simple premise done well. Don’t think about it, relax and just watch the movie.