Antebellum Review

Antebellum may be one of the most impactful films of the year definitely the most impactful horror film of the year and possibly is up there with Get Out as one of the most impactful of the 2000’s period! This is one where I feel sorry for the filmmakers where they didn’t get a chance to see their film take over on the big screen. I for one would expect this one to have the surprise effect of Get Out or A Quiet Place. Everything is there for Antebellum, yet we have to settle for the PVOD release.


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[Fantasia 2020] “#ShakespearesShitstorm” review

Lloyd Kaufman is a Fantasia Festival god. The number of films under his name that were presented in Montreal, Quebec, Canada (whether they be world premieres, international premieres, or retro presentations of older classics) are countless. He returned to this year’s Fantasia Festival online edition with the world premiere of a film written by Brandon Bassham and directed by Kaufman himself; “#ShakespearesShitstorm”.


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[Fantasia 2020] “The Dark and the Wicked” review

The imminent death of a parent is never easy for the rest of the family. Things get much more difficult when an evil entity joins the macabre atmosphere. Bryan Bertino, director of the 2008 hit “The Strangers”, is back with “The Dark and the Wicked” which made its international premiere at Fantasia Festival’s online edition. Strap in, ‘cause you’re in for a ride.


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[Fantasia 2020] “The Block Island Sound” review

When everything, from animals to people, begins to crumble, you need to pack your things, grab your loved ones, leave and hope for the best. That is definitely not what the characters in “The Block Island Sound” did and they are paying the price. The film written and directed by the McManus brothers made its world premiere at Fantasia Festival’s online edition.


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[Fantasia 2020] “The Block Island Sound” review

When everything, from animals to people, begins to crumble, you need to pack your things, grab your loved ones, leave and hope for the best. That is definitely not what the characters in “The Block Island Sound” did and they are paying the price. The film written and directed by the McManus brothers made its world premiere at Fantasia Festival’s online edition.


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