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In her latest Fantastic Fest review, Lisa Gullickson contemplates being stuck in an empty pool for days, what kind of premise that is for a movie and how we’re all just one mistake away from having one of those “you’ll never believe this but…” stories. Read her review for Ping Lumpraploeng’s independent horror, The Pool.
Michael Campochiaro, the appreciator of the underappreciated, the excavator of the discounted and the curator of cult takes a look at what some consider the worst film ever made, the controversial, relatively new cult classic - Nurse 3D starring Paz de la Huerta, Katrina Bowden and Judd Nelson.
Lisa Gullickson sends back another review from Fantastic Fest 2019. This time it’s the blood soaked and violent, romantic, drama First Love from filmmaker Takashi Miike.
Our roving reviewer down at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Tx. Lisa Gullickson had the luck and privilege to see the premiere of one of our hotly anticipated fall titles, Joe Begos’ VFW starring William Sadler, Fred Williamson, Stephen Lang and George Wendt.
Lisa Gullickson, reporting from Austin, TX, sends her first Fantastic Fest 2019 review of 80s nostalgia fest, family comedy and TV parody, Jack Henry Robbins’ VHYes.
In the month of its 25th Anniversary, new contributor to the site, TF Parent, brings us a look back at the relevance and endurance of perennial favourite and topper of best-of film lists everywhere, The Shawshank Redemption.
Michael Campochiaro is back extolling the virtues of and waxing rhapsodic about those cult and B-Movie corners of the film universe. This time he is casting his gaze towards the stars and the excellently titled Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity starring genre icon Elizabeth Kaitan.
Our resident Hammer fanatic, The Bloke Down the Pub, is back and discussing both the upsides and downsides of the years in which Hammer movies were made versus the present time, especially with how it relates to the lighting in 1966’s The Reptile.
Jon Cross takes a look at the directorial debut of Jason Mewes - the Jay of Jay and Silent Bob - who has created a darkly comic, self reflecting, tale of Hollyweird insanity with a fun, eclectic cast in Madness In The Method.
Jon Cross takes a look at the new whacked out, weird, wonderful, scary, satirical and silly horror comedy Tone-Deaf, Directed by Richard Bates Jr. and starring Robert Patrick and Amanda Crew.
Jon Cross takes a look at the new British Folk Horror, Gwen, the feature film directorial debut of William McGregor, Starring the amazing Eleanor Worthington-Cox. Out on August 16th in the U.S.
Aaron Carruthers reviews the new UK Blu-Ray, CultFilms release of the French classic, Jean Becker and Sébastien Japrisot’s One Deadly Summer starring the César Award winning Isabelle Adjani.
Aaron Carruthers reviews Brian De Palma’s latest offering, Domino starring Guy Pearce, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Carice van Houten. Out this week in the UK on Blu-Ray from Signature Entertainment.
Aaron Carruthers looks at the new Second Sight Films Blu-Ray release of the Amicus produced, horror classic, The House That Dipped Blood starring genre stars Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Denholm Elliott, Jon Pertwee and Ingrid Pitt.
Jon Cross goes amongst the land of religious nutters with snakes to review Dan Madison Savage and Britt Poulton’s debut feature Them That Follow starring Walton Goggins, Olivia Coleman, Jim Gaffigan and Alice Englert.
Aaron Carruthers takes a look at the controversial and explicit Romance from filmmaker Catherine Breillet and the new Second Sight Blu-Ray.
Aaron Carruthers takes a look at the Emmy nominated Chernobyl TV Mini Series starring Jared Harris, Emily Watson, Stellan Skarsgård and Jessie Buckley.
Jon Cross reviews the new debut feature from Director Elle Callahan, Head Count, an atmospheric, slow burn, tension building, horror thriller.
Jon Cross reviews the latest collaboration between director Jesse V Johnson and actor Scott Adkins. A hard hitting, London, gangster, revenge story with an electrifying central performance.
Jon Cross takes a look at John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum and, what we have now learned is to be, The John Wick Franchise.