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TIFF Review: ‘The Lighthouse’ is Not For the Faint of Heart

Robert Eggers’ sophomore follow-up to 2015’s The Witch is a gradual descent into madness; a journey not for the faint of heart. The Lighthouse follows...

In Case You Die You Must Sign a Contract Before Watching This Cursed Film

The annual Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is not about to be liable for your death if you chose to watch Antrum: The Deadliest Film...

TIFF Interview: Midnight Madness Programmer Peter Kuplowsky Shares His Top Picks

The Toronto International Film Festival is a haven for film lovers. Directors, actors, and fans alike flock to the 10 day festival (running Sept...

iHorror Film Festival Announces Full Selection of Films and Ticket Information

The first annual iHorror Film Festival is one step closer to being a reality this week with the announcement of the full selection of...

Nightmares Film Festival Announces the Early 13 of 2019

Nightmares Film Festival in Columbus, Ohio has become a benchmark festival in the indie horror world, and they've established some very cool traditions over...

Fantasia 2019: ‘Dachra’ is an Atmospheric, Impressive First [REVIEW]

As the first horror film out of Tunisia, Dachra is a promising start. Abdelhamid Bouchnak’s directorial debut is an atmospheric turn of the screw,...

Fantasia 2019: ‘Harpoon’ is a Sharp, Powerful Thriller [REVIEW]

Rivalries, dark secrets, and sexual tension crash together in Rob Grant’s Harpoon, a taut and delightfully dark comedic thriller. The film follows three friends...

Fantasia 2019: Interview with ‘Harpoon’ Star Munro Chambers

Harpoon is part of the official selection of the 2019 Fantasia International Film Festival, running in Montreal, Quebec. I had the chance to talk...

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