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Filmmaker & game developer Heath C. Michaels brings to life The World Over, a high-end short film that challenges & misleads your perception of reality. #TheWorldOverMovie

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A brilliant but disturbed scientist freezes his children alive, while he races to cure their deadly genetic disease by decoding the DNA of the immortal Turritopsis jellyfish. Starring Henry Ian, Kathleen Quinlan, Jenna Harrison, Karishma Ahluwalia, and Erika Ervin. A debut film from Maurice Haeems. Chimera 2018 Review.

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Fantasia Film Festival is back with yet another strong year. I have picked some of this year’s Fantasia Festival Films to give you all a taste of what’s to come. This list of Fantasia Festival Films is from the 1st wave of films that have been announced. There is so…

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I can safely say that Nikias Chryssos’  directorial début DER BUNKER is unlike anything you have ever seen. I knew Der Bunker had great reviews from the festival circuit. Apart from that, I knew nothing about it, so I jumped at the chance to review when it came my way. Firstly I would like to say…

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FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS “CRIMSON DANCE” BY PATRICIA CHICA *** WORLD PREMIERE *** Friday, July 22nd, 2016 @ 9:35pm Wednesday, July 27th @ 3:00pm de Seve Theatre – Concordia University Opening for KYAMACHI (Montreal, QC) – July 11th, 2016. – The latest provocative short by award-winning Canadian film director Patricia Chica, CRIMSON DANCE, will…

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Australia’s MONSTER PICTURES counts Cannes breakout film RAW among its Marche acquisitions   In their most successful market outing to date, Monster Pictures, genre label and producers of Australia’s premier cult film festival Monster Fest (set for November 24-27, 2016) have picked up eight new titles at this year’s Marché…

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2016 has already proven to be off to a great start with some fantastic new titles playing at recent festivals. Here is a list of 5 new movies that will be released later this year – all mixed genres (no horror, for a change), and even a family movie. I…

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Fantasia Festival Review – Ojuju

There is just some films that you feel that you have to watch. You have to have huge respect for any filmmaker making a genre movie that has never been attempted before in their country. This is exactly what we have with Ojuju – Nigeria’s first ever zombie production At the…

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The third instalment of films showing at this year’s Fantasia Film Festival. All the films featured in this article, are all films that require your attention. If you keep track of these features, you will be guaranteed to be hooked up with some great films from Fantasia Film Festival 2015. Cherry Tree…

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When I started my post on the Midnighter Specials, I had no idea how big it would end up. The first part of the post took me about 4/5 hours to write, then I started getting tired and careless, so I will break part 7 into 2 parts. As always,…

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