Fantasia’s 24th Edition To Take Flight As A Cutting-Edge Virtual Festival

Fantasia 2020...Check out the news from Fantasia 2020!From the Press ReleaseGiven the continuing uncertainty related to physical cinema spaces and large gatherings which will likely continue through the remainder of the calendar year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival has announced their decision to mount its highly-anticipated 2020 edition as... Continue Reading →

Review: Z (Blood In The Snow Festival) [-FILM-]

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 →

Fantasia 2019 Review: Homewrecker [-FILM-]

Homewrecker...Director: Zach GayneWriter: Precious Chong, Alex EssoeStars: Alex Essoe, Precious Chong, Kris SiddiqiReviewIf you ever need a visual definition of awkwardness then Homewrecker should be hanging on the wall. A film that is so awkward you find yourself cringing hard during every excruciating scene, a film that plays on the horrible social politics of being... Continue Reading →

Winners Announced For 23rd Edition Of Fantasia International Film Festival [-NEWS-]

2019 Fantasia International Film Festival...The 2019 Fantasia International Film Festival, now entering its third week, is immensely proud to announce the award winners of its monumental 23rd edition. The victors were chosen through the deliberation of juries assigned to each competition, and were announced at a live ceremony on 21 July 2019.Select statements from Fantasia... Continue Reading →

Fantasia 2019 Review: Sadako [-FILM-]

Sadako...Director: Hideo NakataWriters: Noriaki SugiharaStars: Himeka Himejima, Elaiza Ikeda, Ren KiriyamaReviewPlaying at Fantasia Film Festival 2019, Sadako is Hideo Nakata's return to the Ringu world. In the first Ringu Nakata had it dripping it menace and fear, unfortunately with Sadako most of that is gone and replaced with a very standard and seen-it-before storyline.After an... Continue Reading →

Frontières at Fantasia Announces Official 2019 Selections!

Frontières...After a highly successful Frontières Platform at the Marché du Film – Festival de Cannes, Frontières returns to the Fantasia International Film Festival for the 11th edition of its co-production market, which will take place July 18-21 in Montreal.Frontières is pleased to announce its complete Official Selection line-up of 20 international genre projects in advanced... Continue Reading →

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