This week’s edition of The Week In Horror has the first details about a couple of very cool film fests!
Feels Good Man is an incredibly thorough and engaging look at how benign symbols and icons are co-opted and used in radicalization efforts.
In Amelia Moses’ feature debut, Bleed With Me, big-time scares are traded for much more nuanced prods at her viewers’ comfort levels.
Who Goes There? was shortlisted for a Student BAFTA Award this year, and its precise execution is a good reason why.
Crazy Samurai Musashi is a relentless, real-time war, and whether it’s a movie, an athletic endeavour, a spectacle, or some of it’s one of 2020’s best surprises.
In The Columnist, Kaja Herbers portrays a woman who is done with being told to turn off her phone and walk away from the comments and grabs her agency back with both blood-stained hands.
Some of the best horror festivals in the US have joined up for a massive virtual edition called Nightstream.
For the first time, the Fantasia Film Festival will be accessible to almost anyone (in Canada) from home!
‘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.