The Bloodies”, the awards recognize the best in Canadian horror, sci-fi, and genre filmmaking.
Check out the new trailer for Anything For Jackson. Playing as part of the Blood In The Snow Film Festival.
The BLOOD IN THE SNOW FILM FESTIVAL (BITS) unleashed its newest batch of Canadian terror, which takes over Halloween this October 28 to November 7 on Super Channel for 11 incredible nights.
Blood in the Snow 2019 Lineup!The biggest celebration of Canadian horror is back with a fresh slate of northern chills! Blood in the Snow (BITS) 2019 takes place from November 21 to 26 at the Royal Cinema in Toronto. With six nights of the best horror fare in the nation, including feature films, shorts, webseries,... Continue Reading →
Blood In The Snow...The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival (“BITS”), Canada’s largest celebration of Canuck genre film has announced the full slate of Northern horror for BITS 2018, which takes place from November 22 - 27 at the Royal Cinema in Toronto.Friday, November 23 sees the World Premiere of Altered Skin, the feature... Continue Reading →
Blood In The Snow...The Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival (“BITS”) announces the first wave of features screening at the festival, which runs from November 22 - 27, 2018 at the Royal Cinema in Toronto.BITS 2018 opens with SUPERGRID, from Saskatchewan director Lowell Dean (Wolfcop, Another Wolfcop), a high-octane road movie set in a... Continue Reading →
BITS...Check out the winners from the BITS awards - The Bloodies.From the Press ReleaseThe BLOOD IN THE SNOW CANADIAN FILM FESTIVAL (“BITS”) concluded it’s a sixth year of thrills, chills, and bloody Canuck carnage. With its ten programs over four days, BITS 2017 had its highest attendance ever capped off with its closing awards show,... Continue Reading →
@lcfremont reviews...Director: Rob GrantWriters: Rob Grant, Mike KovacStars: Chelsey Reist, Mike Kovac, Camden FiltnessReviewCelebrating it’s Toronto premiere at the Blood In the Snow Canadian Film Festival, Fake Blood finds two filmmakers questioning what their responsibility is in the portrayal of violence in movies.Director/writer Rob Grant and actor/writer Mike Kovac have been making low budget horror... Continue Reading →