As Halloween swiftly creeps in, horror fans will inevitably be dining on an endless buffet of welcome scares and gory treats. This applies to both foreign and domestic markets, and this year Italy is no exception. Director Alberto Bogo (EXTREME JUKEBOX) will soon be serving his second stab at the
I would consider myself a fan of director Xavier Gens, even if I do find his career somewhat hard to define. My first introduction to the director was with his brutal, no-holds-barred, cat & mouse thriller FRONTIER(S). In fact, I think it was the only film to be slapped with
The Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival, or PUFF as it’s affectionately called, has wasted no time making a name for itself in its brief three years in existence. PUFF is the brainchild of a few well-established genre journalists, and it’s clear that they love what they do. The small festival always
Coming to US theatres on August 31 is the French language, Belgian crime thriller LET THE CORPSES TAN. The film drew me in on the brilliant title alone. It has been and continues to be played extensively at film festivals around the globe and I have been hearing about it constantly.
THE CRESCENT has to be easily one of the most bizarre and stunning genre films I’ve seen this year. Coming out of the 2017 TIFF Midnight Madness program, THE CRESCENT has all the makings of a cult horror film, if it could just get out of its own artsy way.
There’s nothing quite like viewing the work of up and coming filmmakers as they test their visual tool belts and flirt with all the possibilities of the medium. Behold the beauty of shorts! They are the unavoidable rite of passage for anyone that is serious about making movies. A pragmatist
Having lived in both Chicago and Denver, I’ve seen my fair share of outrageous musical performances. These performances span the musical spectrum from the use of pigs’ blood by Swedish metal maestros Watain, to the smoke and lights of French DJ Madeon. I’ve seen a lot of great shows, and
(Editors note: I couldn’t find many stills for the film so I Googled “Assholes In Movie Theaters” and the images that came up are most certainly of the kind of assholes in movie theaters that would/should die in this film.) Apologies in advanced for the hacky box art one-liner,
Nothing can exist without its opposite. You can’t have love without hate, reality without fantasy and especially creation without destruction. Thanks to writer-director, Sebastian Gutierrez , ELIZABETH HARVEST is a film that dissects and artistically displays the contradictory and horrifying dynamics of love. The film starts off as a vastly
Fantasia Film Festival has come to an end, it was a wild ride and I’m already looking forward to next year. The last film I’m reviewing from Fantasia actually premiered closer to the beginning of the fest, but it is one that I had to chew on for a while