‘Harpoon,’ an official selection of Fantasia Fest 2019, strands three friends in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean with only their dark secrets surfacing.
‘Homewrecker’ draws a horrifying picture of what happens between two women when common courtesy overrides obvious behavioral red flags.
Filmmaker Izzy Lee continues to dazzle and provoke discussion with her politically-charged short film, ‘Re-Home,’ showing at this year’s Fantasia Fest.
‘Blood and Flesh: The Reel Life and Ghastly Death of Al Adamson,’ an official Fantasia 2019 selection, tells the infamous director’s story.
Five years in the making, the Fantasia Fest selection, ‘Sator,’ brings a quiet mental horror into stark realization in the California forest.
‘The Wretched,’ an official Fantasia 2019 selection, is an evocative film, unafraid to wave its witchiness in the viewer’s face.
‘Satanic Panic,’ an official selection of Fantasia 2019, is one of the best horror-comedy films of the last twenty years.
Fantasia Fest’s opening film, ‘Sadako,’ brings director Hideo Nakata back to the ‘Ringu’ franchise, but doesn’t provide much in the way of fright.
Sachin Hingoo and Jeffery X Martin run down the movies they’re most excited about from this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival.
Issa Lopez’s Tigers Are Not Afraid may be my favorite film of the year so far. Not only is it a beautifully shot and deeply emotional film, it also has a lot to say while being genuinely frightening.
The Fantasia 2018 selection, ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid,’ is a magical and tragic must-see film set against the violent backdrop of the Mexican drug wars.
With Hurt, Mallhi explores the idea that the masks we all wear, the masks of decency that we put on to hide our inner turmoil or trauma just to function in society, are always this close to slipping.