The Witch in the Window (2018) – REVIEW – Fantasia

One last (late) full review from my coverage of Fantasia Int’l Film Festival 2018. It’s been a lot of fun to put my thoughts to the screen for you, dear reader. And I’m going out on a high note with The Witch in the Window, directed by half of the duo who directed YellowBrickRoad and … More The Witch in the Window (2018) – REVIEW – Fantasia

One Cut of the Dead (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018

Fantasia Int’l Film Festival is wrapping up but my reviews aren’t! Here’s one for the Japanese film, One Cut of the Dead. (Kamera o tomeru na) Read it why don’tcha?   A single cut, 30(ish) minute film about a crew shooting a zombie film that is beset by real zombies is the jumping off point … More One Cut of the Dead (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018

Puppetmaster: The Littlest Reich – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018

    My Fantasia Int’l Film Fest 2018 reviews just keep on coming! Next up is the long-awaited 12th Puppet Master film (just kidding, it’s only been a year since last one), Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich. This film has gotten quite a bit of buzz. Probably because it stars some decent comedic actors – … More Puppetmaster: The Littlest Reich – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018

Satan’s Slaves (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018

I’m finally moving on from French films in my Fantasia Int’l Film Festival 2018 reviews! (you’re welcome, francophobics!) My first non-French film review is for the Indonesian film, Satan’s Slaves (Pengabdi Setan). It has something for everyone! Ghosts, creepy wells, cultists, auto accidents, and more! Let’s get into it, shall we?   Rini is the … More Satan’s Slaves (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018

Crisis Jung (2018) – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018

Next up in my (unintentional) review series of French films showing at Fantasia Int’l Film Festival 2018 is “Crisis Jung”. Why is it in quotation marks instead of italics, you ask? Because it’s episodic. Perhaps it’s a show, though I have no idea what kind of programming block it would fit into. I guess I’d … More Crisis Jung (2018) – REVIEW – Fantasia 2018