Sequence Break (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia

I’m really cranking these Fantasia Int’l Film Fest reviews out! (by “cranking”, i mean that i’m way behind and scrambling to get movies watched and reviews written while also having a job and a family. what i’m saying is this: you’re welcome) Next up, Sequence Break!   Oz (Os?) repairs classic arcade games for a … More Sequence Break (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia

The Honor Farm (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia

Next up…. Fantasia Int’l Film Festival 2017… The Honor Farm from Austin-based filmmaker, Karen Skloss. (i know, i know. i’m phoning in my intros, but it’s all so i can give you more and more of the content you crave!)   Lucy and Annie are quintessential white, middle-class girls on prom night. They are excited, … More The Honor Farm (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia

Game of Death (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia

Once again, I am covering the Fantasia International Film Festival from the lovely comfort and confines of my own home. I honestly love that Fantasia allows remote coverage. It’s great for people like me. People who are not allowed in Canada. For my first review, I’m going with directors, Sebastien Landry and Laurence Morais-Legace’s Game … More Game of Death (2017) – REVIEW – Fantasia

The Girl with All the Gifts (2016) – REVIEW

Zombies and zombie movies are ubiquitous. Over the past decade we’ve seen an explosion of zombie imagery and references in popular culture. It’s understandable then that the theme is wearing thin with a lot of horror fans (and probably normal people too, but i can’t speak for those weirdos). As such (and this is revealing … More The Girl with All the Gifts (2016) – REVIEW