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Tiff 2019: Award Winners Announced


The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival is coming to an end and with that the awards for this year’s edition have been announced.

Take a look below for the full list of winners and for more information, head over to

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Fantastic Fest 2019: Final Wave of Titles Announced

The final set of films has been revealed for this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, which will be taking place from September 19 – 25. A few highlights include Jérémy Clapin‘s I Lost My Body (which involves a severed hand going

ONE CUT OF THE DEAD STILL 2 8.5

ONE CUT OF THE DEAD Review

It is not everyday you walk away from a film and think the 30-minute, one-take aspect is the least interesting about it, but it is rings true for Ueda's layered horror comedy experience.

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FREAKS Review

This genre-bender is the type of movie best seen cold, with no knowledge of any plot details beforehand, in order to truly benefit from its wild thematic shifts.

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Tiff 2019: ORDINARY LOVE Gets a Clip

Here’s a clip for Ordinary Love, which is premiering at this year’s Toronto Film Festival. Directed by Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn and starring Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson, the film takes a look at a loving couple whose devotion for

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DEPRAVED Review

In the best Frankenstein-like story since the unironically great Frankenhooker, Larry Fessenden’s first directorial effort since 2013’s Beneath marks his most ferociously entertaining feature to date.

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SATANIC PANIC Review

Completely over the top in the best ways imaginable, Chelsea Stardust’s Satanic Panic is a gore-soaked camp-fest that is chock full of fun and consistently entertains from beginning to end. 

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GAGS THE CLOWN Review

Another poorly executed, found-footage movie that adds to an already-overflowing pile of forgettable titles just like it.

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2019 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces First Wave


The first wave of titles has been revealed for this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, taking place from October 17 – 24. Adam Egypt Mortimer‘s Daniel Isn’t Real has been chosen as the Centerpiece Film, with some other highlights including

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TONE-DEAF Review

Tone-Deaf is still a fun little thriller featuring two strong leads in Crew and Patrick, but the lack of commitment of its primary components prevents this from being anything but a mediocre affair.

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NYFF 2019: Special Events Announced


The New York Film Festival is kicking off September 27th and the Special Events, Shorts, and Talks programs have been announced.

The special events include screenings of Todd PhillipsJoker, Francis Ford Coppola‘s 1984 film The Cotton Club Encore, Roee

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NYFF 2019: Spotlight Docs Announced


The 2019 New York Film Festival is kicking off September 27th, and today the lineup for the Spotlight on Documentary program has been announced. This section will be comprised of 14 features including six world premieres and two North American