Gross, grimey, disturbing and sometime laugh out loud funny Fried Barry, plays like a scuzzy version of Under The Skin.
This is the kind of filmmaking that excites you and makes you want more. For the Sake of Vicious is a shining example of what good horror looks and feels like.
Recently widowed Jessica (Jules Wilcox) has packed her belongings up into a U-Haul, hitched it to her Volvo and is setting out along the coast of the Pacific Northwest to restart her life. Fueled by coffee, she loses her patience with a car that is driving particularly slow and this seemingly innocuous moment of annoyance will turn into a deadly game of cat and mouse.
Bryan Bertino's latest film The Dark And The Wicked, playing as part of Fantasia 2020, is without a doubt one of the best horror films of the past five years. An exercise in dread (and scares) weaved into a story about grief, communication and guilt.
SHAKESPEARESSHITSTORM is a testament to true independent cinema and independent thought, and that is really saying something since independence is the genetic makeup that composes the studio that has been gleefully disrupting media for 45 years. And, what a celebration it is.
Fantasia will be presenting a live virtual artist talk with Finn Wolfhard, in conversation with none other than Jay Baruchel...