26 Jun 2020

FILM REVIEW: HAMMER

The staff of FEAR FOREVER LOVE horror movies…like…LOVE horror movies. That being said, we always welcome exceptional films that fall just outside of our umbrella. It’s a good reminder that sometimes an effective thriller can provide you with the same unnerving energy as their spookier horror counterparts. This was the

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11 Jun 2020

FILM REVIEW: TONY (MY MENTOR THE SERIAL KILLER TONY)

Alright, so I don’t know the last time you sat down and watched an Indian horror film but for me it was never. I watched the screener of TONY (MY MENTOR THE SERIAL KILLER TONY) with an open mind and ready for whatever the film would throw at me. Between

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07 Jun 2020

FILM REVIEW: JUDY & PUNCH

After debuting at Sundance last year and making waves at major Australian film festivals and Montreal’s Fantasia Fest, Mirrah Foulkes’ revenge drama gets Canadian distribution on June 5. A film which reinvents the classic slapstick puppet show as a Shakespearean tragicomedy. JUDY & PUNCH has the whimsical quality of a

Erin Grant 0
26 May 2020

FILM REVIEW: OUIJA SHARK

I had the exquisite pleasure of attending (prior to the COVID-19 pandemic) the world premiere of OUIJA SHARK at Toronto’s oldest and most run down theatre, The Grand Gerrard. I had no prior information about this film other than it’s title and poster but that was more than enough to

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23 May 2020

FILM REVIEW: SKULL: THE MASK (CHATTANOOGA FILM FESTIVAL)

This weekend (May 22-25) the 2020 iteration of the Chattanooga Film Festival kicks off. Like so many other film fests in this unprecedented time of Covid-19, CFF has also taken to the internet hosting virtual screenings of all of it’s films this year. You can help support independent films and

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11 May 2020

FILM REVIEW: PAMELA & IVY

I may not be as versed as most when it comes to the DC world of Superheros, but lord do I love me a (Super) Villain. Tales of their fantastical adventures and incredible superpowers are a dime a dozen, but the story of how they came to be is rarely

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09 May 2020

MUSIC REVIEW: DANZIG SINGS ELVIS

Rumors about an Elvis Presley covers album by DANZIG frontman Glenn Danzig have been floating around since the early 90’s.  He first showed the world his take on an Elvis tune with “Trouble” as a B-side on the THRALL- DEMONSWEATLIVE EP in 1993, which had been previously recorded by his

Jordan Randall 0
06 May 2020

FILM REVIEW: POWERBOMB

During these weird quarantine times, a lot of different movies have been popping up in my inbox. Not all of them are horror films, but almost all of them have a darker tone about them. One such movie that wasn’t even on my radar was the pro-wrestling melodrama POWERBOMB. Sure

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28 Apr 2020

FILM REVIEW: HEAT (HITTE), SXSW

When South By South West was cancelled due to the current pandemic, there was collective heartbreak felt by many. But there is some good news for film fans: SXSW in collaboration with Mailchimp and Oscilloscope Laboratories has generously made their short film library available to the public! So there is

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20 Apr 2020

FILM REVIEW: WHY DON’T YOU JUST DIE!

When it comes to International horror, admittedly Russia isn’t the first country that comes to mind. Sure there are a handful I can think of, but Russia isn’t even in my top ten when it comes to foreign horror. Anyone that knows me, knows that I actually prefer films from

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