Fantasia

FANTASIA’S 23rd EDITION REVEALS A THUNDERING FIRST WAVE OF TITLES! Montreal, Quebec – 29 May 2019 – The Fantasia International Film Festival will be celebrating its 23rd Anniversary in Montreal this summer, taking place from July 11 – August 1, with its Frontières International Co-Production Market being held July 18 –…

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Fantasia International Film Festival Review: SATAN’S SLAVES

Satan's Slaves

Fantasia International Film Festival Review: Joko Anwar’s supernatural horror SATAN’S SLAVES There is a special place saved for films that pull the supernatural-horror sub-genre off successfully. The ones that manage to ease you into the supernatural elements so it feels part of normal life, without overstating and overcomplicating aspects –…

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Lords Of Chaos – Norwegian black metal – Fantasia Film Festival – need I say more? Montreal’s long-running Fantasia International Film Festival announced earlier today that its “TBA Screening”, an annual tradition in which one hotly-anticipated film screened at the end of the festival, which is not announced until shortly…

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It’s our favourite time of year again! Fantasia Film Festival is back with another superb line-up. We have picked a few films that so good, just so you get a taste of what’s to come. Fantasia Festival is almost upon us again. It is a festival that features some of the best genre…

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  A SUCCESSFUL SURGEON THROWS HIS LIFE AWAY TO AVENGE HIS BROTHER’S DEATH IN NEW DANISH THRILLER “DARKLAND” FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL 2017 REVIEW Gary Gamble Darkland tells the story of Ziad (Dar Salim), a well-respected surgeon who migrated to Denmark from Iraq with his family. Life seems good, he has the…

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The Hunters Become The Hunted In Stylish Dark Polish Thriller SPOOR  Fantasia Film Festival 2017 Review:SPOOR Janina Duszejko is a part-time English teacher who lives alone with her two dogs on the outskirts of a small village in Southern Poland. She is hugely popular among her young students but seen…

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Fantasia Festival: Socialphobia [Review]

  Socialphobia is the debut feature from Hong Seok-jae who tackles the increasingly disturbing knock-on effects of social media abuse and cyberbullying in South Korea. In the early hours of the morning, the news for the day piles onto the social media feeds, with the top story being that of a soldier from the army having taken his…

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Ryuzo And The Seven Henchmen (Ryuzo 7 / Ryûzô to 7 nin no kobun tachi) Takeshi Kitano is no stranger to the gangster genre, bursting onto the scene with ‘Violent Cop’ and achieving widespread popularity with both ‘Outrage’ and ‘Beyond Outrage’ respectively, you will be hard pressed to find anyone who presents…

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  Haemoo This bleak box office smash from South Korea lives up to hype surrounding it, tossing the viewer about as if you were on the boat itself leaving you nauseated and chilled to your core. Haemoo (translated as ‘Sea Fog’) tells the real life story and adapted screenplay of a…

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