12 Jul 2020

FILM REVIEW: VOLITION

VOLITION is a Canadian sci-fi thriller which explores themes of fate and free will. It enmeshes the concepts of clairvoyance and time travel in a way that seems so obviously perfect, yet it is one of the only films to do so. The film is directed by Tony Dean Smith

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09 Jul 2020

FILM REVIEW: THE BEACH HOUSE

The deepest parts of our oceans have been a source of fear for horror fans since Cthulhu waved his old noodle arms up out of the sea. As inhospitable and unknown as another planet, it has spawned many a thriller from THE ABYSS to this year’s UNDERWATER. THE BEACH HOUSE,

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07 Jul 2020

FILM REVIEW: RELIC

Sometimes a horror film is well…more than just a horror film. That’s sort of the beauty of the genre. It can be a mindless slaughter-fest, or it can be a cerebral challenge that forces us to deal with our fears from a safe distance. It can be confrontational, it can

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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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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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