This week, Adam and Kevin review the dark supernatural horror movie The Innocents, available now on Shudder, along with some other stuff including Carter, The Borderlands, Bullet Train, A Feast of Man, Day Shift, Vengeance, Spin Me Round, and Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge.
Montreal’s Fantasia Festival is wrapping up its 2022 edition and they’ve once again outdone themselves with such an eclectic and well-crafted lineup. In addition to this week’s podcast which just dropped, below you’ll find the next batch of titles
This week, Adam and Kevin head back to Montreal for more coverage of Fantasia 2022 with reviews of two absurdist comedies, Incredible But True and Country Gold. Other titles discussed include Sense and Sensibility, Dark Glasses, When a Stranger Calls, What to do With The Dead Kaiju, Prince of Darkness, Next Sohee, The Killer, Special Delivery, and Glorious.
This year’s Fantasia Festival is still chugging along in its second week and today the award winners have been announced. Karim Ouelhaj‘s Megalomaniac picked up Best Feature, with July Jung winning Best Director for Next Sohee.
Montreal’s Fantasia Festival is officially underway and although we’re only finishing up the first week, I already caught a handful of discussion-worthy titles. Below you’ll find my thoughts about the South Korean dark comedy Next Door, the wilderness horror
This week, Adam and Kevin begin their coverage of this year's Fantasia Festival in Montreal with reviews of the Dutch horror film Moloch and the South Korean action flick The Roundup. Other titles discussed include RRR, Thor: Love and Thunder, The Hand of God, The Flying Luna Clipper, The Bob’s Burgers Movie, The Black Phone, Lady Street Fighter, Run Coyote Run, and The Dark Backward.
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