Fantasia International Film Festival is a genre festival that takes place every summer in Canada. Usually the event happens during July, but the pandemic has meant that last year’s as well as this year’s, have been pushed back to August. This year the festival turns the landmark age of twenty-five! I’ve been covering Fantasia sinceContinue reading “Welcome to Fantasia week”
Although not strictly a horror film, 68 Kill most definitely links into the darker side of films,
The theme of July’s Friday Night Fright picks are films that are set more in the day than the night, and you can’t get a more daytime-set horror than Ari Aster’s Midsommar.
This is an incredibly personal post for me, something that I’ve never really done before.
Sunny scares and sci-fi await.
One of the best anthologies out there.
Over the last few years, the name Kurtis David Harder has become synonymous with Arrow Video Frightfest, why?
Out now on digital.
This weeks Friday Night Fright pick is a film that is not only a feature debut, but also one that waves its Queer flag proudly – Raw.
Out later this year, Sweetheart is not to be missed.