Montreal’s Fantasia Festival has officially wrapped, and with that the award winners from this year’s virtual edition have been announced. Daria Woszek’s Marygoround won the jury prize for Best Film and Best Director, with Brea Grant‘s 12 Hour Shift winning
Reminiscent of a Kung Fu version of Uncle Drew and even the recent Cobra Kai TV series, Quoc Bao Tran’s feature debut, The Paper Tigers, concerns the lives of three former Kung Fu prodigies who must overcome their past conflicts and now-middle-aged
Continuing the long-standing trend of Japanese manga adaptations that center on a high school that specializes in some specific subject, Kakegurui is a high-energy farce about a posh private academy that’s composed of spoiled rich kids obsessed with gambling.
Miyamoto Musashi is arguably the greatest fighter in Japanese history, thought to have won more than 60 duels. He also later developed a two-sword fencing style called nitō ichi-ryū.
Back in 2000, as part of a promotion for his latest film, Ready to Rumble, actor David Arquette did a collaboration with the WCW and ended up winning the World Heavyweight Championship. This was a controversial stunt that drew savage ire from
A new trailer has been released for the horror film The Block Island Sound, which is premiering at this year’s virtual edition of Montreal’s Fantasia Festival.
A new trailer for the sci-fi film Undergods has been released ahead of its premiere at this year’s Fantasia Festival in Montreal. Directed by Chino Moya, the film tells a series of stories about a group of men whose lives are disrupted
Manchester’s genre film festival Grimmfest has announced the full lineup for their upcoming virtual edition, boasting 20 over feature films. John Hyams’ thriller Alone will open the festival with some other notable entries being Revenge Ride, Ten Minutes to Midnight, and Ropes
Film at Lincoln Center announced today that Azazel Jacobs’ French Exit has been chosen as this year’s closing film of the New York Film Festival.
A new trailer has been released for the thriller Come True ahead of its premiere at this year’s virtual edition of the Fantasia Film Festival. Directed by Anthony Scott Burns, the film stars Julia Sarah Stone as a teenager who agrees to participate
LA’s Outfest LGBTQ film festival have announced the lineup for their 2020 edition, which, like many film festivals this year, will be presented online.