Number 37

Fantasia International Film Festival Review: NUMBER 37

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so they say. In this instance, you have writer-director Nosipho Dumisa pay homage to Hitchcock’s Rear Window. A gripping tale of desperation born out of a series of unfortunate but seemingly unavoidable events. Number 37 played at this Fantasia International Film Festival 2018 The Continue Reading


Fantasia Festival Ads Official Poster And First 2 Flicks

Fantasia Festival Is Back And We Have The Official Poster And Press-Release To  Share With You All. Enjoy, And Expect Much More News Soon. Montreal, Quebec – April 10, 2018 – The Fantasia International Film Festival returns to Concordia University, The Cinémathèque Québécoise, and The McCord Museum from July 12 to Continue Reading

Fantasia Festival Review: FASHIONISTA

Simon Rumley Hits The Screens With His Truly Unsettling, Atmospheric Horror, “FASHIONISTA”    Fantasia Festival 2017 Review Prior to “Fashionista”, many will be familiar with Rumley due to his 2010 thriller “Red, White & Blue”, which received relative success on the horror focused film festival circuits. His other efforts since Continue Reading

Fantasia Film Festival Review: THE VILLAINESS

Fans of female led assassin movies such as “Kill Bill”, “Nikita”, should really pay attention to “The Villainess”. Fantasia Festival 2017 Review “The Villainess” It has been a long time since we have seen anything quite this good with respect this area of the genre. South Korean action/thriller fans will Continue Reading

Lowlife Fantasia Festival 2017 review

Fantasia Festival 2017 Review: LOWLIFE

Rage-Filled Luchador, Organ Harvesting, Swastika Tattoos and Fish Tacos. Welcome to Ryan Prows’ LOWLIFE FANTASIA FESTIVAL 2017 REVIEW In the opening scenes of Ryan Prows’ LOWLIFE, motel worker, Crystal tries to stop what looks like an abduction of illegal immigrants. It only takes minutes to set the tone for the Continue Reading

Fantasia Film Festival 2017 Review: ANIMALS

Greg Zglinski’s ANIMALS takes weirdness to a whole different level  FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL 17’ REVIEW: ANIMALS (TIERE) Anna and Nick are planning a trip to Switzerland as their married life is on the brink of destruction. Nick, who works as a chef will collect local recipes and Anna, a children’s Continue Reading

Fantasia Festival 2016 Review: The Inerasable

Fantasia International Film Festival screened The Inerasable, the new Japanese ghost story from Yoshihiro Nakamura The Inerasable tells the story of a horror writer (Yuko Takeuchi) who writes stories based on submissions from her readers. She receives a story from a student called, Kubo (Ai Hashimoto). The young student wants the novelist to investigate strange Continue Reading

Review For New Japanese Serial-Killer Movie, CREEPY (Fantasia Festival Review)

Fantasia Festival Screened new Japanese horror/thriller CREEPY   The new feature  from Kiyoshi Kurosawa, the director of Japanese horror hit PULSE Japan is home to some of the most fucked up movies on the planet. It don’t matter what genre we have, Japan can do crazy with just about anything. Creepy tells Continue Reading

Moviehooker EXCLUSIVE Interview With Director And Star Of Indie Hit SOME FREAKS

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 Continue Reading

Fantasia Festival 2016 Review: Man Underground

Fantasia Festival Screened Sam Marine And Michael Borowiec’s Directorial Début , Man Underground Man underground tells the story of Willem, a conspiracy theorist who travels around small towns giving lectures to anyone who will listen to them. Willem used to be a geologist for the United States government. When working, Willem stumbled on Alien life, and proof Continue Reading