04 Apr 2019

FILM REVIEW: THE WIND

Outside of horror-comedy, it’s not easy to cite successful examples of horror genre mash-ups. In my opinion, the horror western is a rarity, and frankly I can only think of one or two films that fit the bill. I hadn’t really thought about it, but I find it interesting due

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28 Feb 2019

FILM REVIEW: THE WEDDING GUEST

THE WEDDING GUEST premiered at TIFF in 2018 to an audience that would be the first to see Oscar nominated actor (and one of this films producers) Dev Patel as never before.  With it’s March 1st release from IFC the rest of us will get to see the darker side

Danielle Dallaire 0
22 Jan 2019

INTERVIEW: DUNCAN BIRMINGHAM – PART 2

FF: You are a renowned Bigfoot expert, which is so incredible. What started your interest in Bigfoot and how did you become a notable expert in this field? DB: THE WEEKLY WORLD NEWS (WWN) offered a million dollar reward for Big Foot one summer. The catch was that not a

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10 Dec 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

Last week I was treated to the one-night-only director’s cut screening of Lars von Trier’s newest film THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT (THTJB).It was a challenging film on many levels, and even as I sit here writing this, I know that this review alone may rub people the wrong way.

Andy Breslow 0
09 Aug 2018

FILM REVIEW: ELIZABETH HARVEST

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

Danielle Dallaire 0
01 May 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE 12TH MAN

Confession time: Traditionally I find trying to digest war dramas to be fairly work intensive and this is especially the case when it’s based on a true story. If I’m not busying myself by questioning the accuracy of the story, I’m working to navigate through crowds of convoluted subplots that

Bobby Pearson 0
20 Apr 2018

FILM REVIEW: GHOST STORIES

GHOST STORIES is the latest addition to the ever popular anthology sub-genre. The format for this type of film is comprised of a few short films, sometimes with a common thread (0r not), segmented by a wraparound portion that acts as the intro, chapter dividers and the conclusion. Sometimes the

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