11 Dec 2017

CONTEST: WIN TICKETS TO QUEER FEAR PRESENTS: “SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT” IN TORONTO

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With the holidays quickly approaching FEAR FOREVER and the angels of QUEER FEAR and THE ROYAL CINEMA want to give you a gift of 2 passes to see SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT on Saturday December 16th at 8:00 pm. If you have

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10 Dec 2017

EXCLUSIVE: THE ViRAL DEMON

From writer/director Jeremy Wechter comes his feature film debut, THE ViRAL DEMON. This collision of technology and human reliance reveals the story of a supernatural horror experienced in real time. THE ViRAL DEMON can draw some obvious comparisons to films such as UNFRIENDED (a personal fave) and 2016’s FRIEND REQUEST. 

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09 Dec 2017

Film Review: REPLACE (A Night of Horror Film Festival)

This decade has seen a significant amount of films from the new wave of body horror sub-genre. More specifically, with female lead story-lines that provide a first hand perspective of the transformation experience.  As body horror targets our inner fears and anxieties about things going wrong with the vessels we

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08 Dec 2017

FILM REVIEW: AYLA (Fantastic Planet Film Festival)

As someone once said: sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck… If there is one genre that knows how to thrive on crowdfunding, it is horror. As of late, many successful films have come from places such as Kickstarter and Indie Go Go. I myself

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07 Dec 2017

FILM REVIEW: BLOODLANDS (A Night Of Horror Film Festival)

BLOODLANDS is a harsh and desolate film; much like the area in which it takes place. Playing as a part of A Night Of Horror Film Festival, it manages to blend drama and horror over the backdrop of a troubled and isolated part of the world. BLOODLANDS is an Albanian/Australian

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06 Dec 2017

FILM REVIEW: THE MARSHES (A Night Of Horror Film Festival)

A Night Of Horror Film Fest in Sydney Australia just wrapped this past weekend. The fest brought with it some strong entries, in this its 11th year. As is the case with most genre fests, programming is usually a mixed bag of the good, bad, ugly, and everything in between.

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05 Dec 2017

Film Review: HOSTILE (A Night Of Horror Film Festival)

HOSTILE (Directed by Cannes born Mathieu Turi) played in Sydney recently as a part of the A NIGHT OF HORROR FILM FESTIVAL.  Being able to attend even just a few days of the fest made me envious of those that get to experience all of the horror festivals that happen

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30 Nov 2017

FILM REVIEW: VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES

Horror anthologies are seldom made any more.  Well, seldom made WELL, I should say.  Remember CREEPSHOW? BODY BAGS? Even TWILIGHT ZONE THE MOVIE was a fun ride through some insanity of the subconscious.  And not since TRICK ‘R TREAT (2009) have I enjoyed a montage of nastiness. VOLUMES OF BLOOD:

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29 Nov 2017

FILM REVIEW: MY FRIEND DAHMER

I LOVE THIS MOVIE. Normally, I start reviews with a bit of a lead up but goddamn it I am just too stoked on this film and I had to get that out of my system.   I hope that this review will make you want to see it so you

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23 Nov 2017

Short Film Review: LEVEL

LEVEL is a 2017 short film written and directed by Andrew Hunt. After appearing as an official selection at nine film festivals earlier this year, along with winning an award, the film has now been released online. LEVEL begins with a relatively simple premise: a man find himself trapped in

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