The biggest problem posed when settling down to write the review of Julia Ducournau’s Titane is trying to figure out exactly what to say and not say.
Cali, Holly and Mel are twenty-something childhood friends, reuniting for some fun around the Christmas holidays; yes, a film that reminds us that those festivities aren’t too far away.
Frank Herbert’s science-fiction novel Dune is one of the best-selling books with the genre.
Based on James Herbert’s 1983 novel Shrine, The Unholy, directed by Evan Spiliotopoulos, was one of the first films released into cinemas when they reopened in May. Opening alongside higher profile horror franchises such as Saw and The Conjuring, The Unholy got a little lost. Now though, the film gets its second chance as itContinue reading “‘The Unholy’ Review: Dir. Evan Spiliotopoulos [A Scare a Day]”
The horror genre is a magical one. It seems that more than any other type of film it can be defined in a myriad of different ways, with a richness and vastness of sub-genres that you just don’t get with other kinds of movies.
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”
June is the month that the world gets together to celebrate all things LGBTQ+.
Saint Maud is this week’s pick for a Friday night fright so it seems only fitting to share the interview I did with it’s writer and director, Rose Glass,
A recommendation for your Friday night film.
The journey begins…