The Bloodies”, the awards recognize the best in Canadian horror, sci-fi, and genre filmmaking.
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.
Z...Director: Brandon ChristensenWriters: Brandon Christensen, Colin MinihanStars: Keegan Connor Tracy, Jett Klyne, Sean RogersonReviewHaving it's Toronto premiere at the Blood In The Snow Festival, Z is probably one of the more downbeat and therefore ballsy horror films I have seen in a while.When Elizabeth (Tracy) and Kevin's (Rogerson) child Joshua (Klyne) begins to start talking... Continue Reading →
Funny Frights...At the 2019 Blood In The Snow Film Festival, there are multiple showcases that hi light short films and the first one of these focuses on the lighter side of life. The Funny Frights are a collection of shorts that add up to 90 minutes of dark comedy. With running times varying everywhere from... Continue Reading →
Happy Face...Director: Alexandre FranchiWriters: Joelle Bourjolly, Alexandre FranchiStars: Robin L'Houmeau, Debbie Lynch-White, Dean Perseo ReviewThe world can be an ugly place and ugly people can hide inside of beautiful shells. Director Alexandre Franchi dives deep into this particular conundrum in his film Happy Face. Having it’s Toronto premiere at the Blood In The Snow Film... Continue Reading →
Puppet Killer...Director: Lisa OviesWriters: Kevin MosleyStars: Aleks Paunovic, Lee Majdoub, Lisa DuruptReviewSometimes you need a fun horror film to cleanse your mental palette of all of the serious horror movies you’ve been consuming. Whether it’s a nonstop slasher marathon, reality television or the news, once in a while, you need to cleanse the bad and... Continue Reading →
The Nights Before Christmas...Director: Paul TanterWriters: Simon Phillips, Paul TanterStars: Simon Phillips, Jennifer Willis, Sayla de GoedeReviewAfter their first slaughter in Once Upon A Time At Christmas, the Claus' are back for a second helping. Playing at the Blood In The Snow festival, The Nights Before Christmas is the bloody sequel.At large again, thanks to... Continue Reading →