Creative filmmakers have proven multiple times over that one doesn’t need a big budget to craft a mind-bendingly entertaining time-travel film, with titles like Primer and Timecrimes showing audiences that you can still have a narratively complex science-fiction story without dropping $100
Montreal’s Fantasia Festival wrapped up its 2021 edition yesterday and with that this year’s award winners have been announced. Hong Eui-jeong‘s Voice of Silence was awarded Best Film, with Igor Legarreta winning Best Director for All The Moons.
It was just last year that I wrote about the zany manga adaptation Kakegurui (translating to “compulsive gambler”), which screened at Montreal’s Fantasia Festival. A year later the zaniness is back with Kakegurui Part
I’m loving the recent uptick in positive representation of indigenous peoples in the media, with films like Blood Quantum and shows like Reservation Dogs reminding us that the native plight is still very real and that those living on reservations are still
In addition to a special screening of James Gunn’s upcoming The Suicide Squad, the 2021 Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal has revealed its second wave of titles containing another buttload of features to be added to your watch list.
Lapsis is the perfect type of science fiction, which draws unmistakable parallels to our current society and nudges it ever so slightly beyond where we are now but cautiously predicts where we could go if trends continue.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at Antonio Campos' The Devil All The Time on Netflix. Some other titles discussed include Nightbreed, Pretending I'm Superman: The Tony Hawk Video Game Story, The Dead Zone, The Social Dilemma, Golden Horns, Coastal Elites, The Dead Zone, and This Is Paris.