Film Festivals

Ithaca Fantastik Review: My Friend Dahmer – Why Can’t We Be Friends?

Why can’t we be friends? Why can’t we be friends? ?Why can’t we be friends? Why can’t we be friends? No one noticed Jeffrey for a long long time. Now they remember when he cros...

Ithaca Fantastik Review: Jailbreak – Prei Klaa Redemption

Jailbreak has been called a Cambodian The Raid, because The Raid was most viewers’ introduction to Indonesian Silat. We know Gareth Huw Evans made Merantau with Iko Uwais and Yayan Ruhian before The R...

Screamfest Review – Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The End of the End

I never saw the TV show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil, but once they made a movie that brought it into Franchise Fred territory. Sure enough, the animated movie Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The En...

Screamfest: 1922 Q&A

1922 is the latest Netflix original movie based on a Stephen King story, in this case a novella (which is a normal sized book for most authors but shorter than the average Stephen King). Writer/direct...

Screamfest Review: The Laplace’s Demon Does Jigsaw Proud

The Laplace’s Demon is based on the theory that human beings are so predictable, there is not actually free will. You just set enough things in motion and people behave predictably. This is what appea...

Beyond Fest: Lea Thompson On Howard The Duck

It took balls for Beyond Fest to screen Howard the Duck at their 2017 film festival. The film was the biggest bomb of 1986 and a punchline for bad movies, whether it deserved it to be or not. It took ...

Screamfest Review: Trench 11 – World War WTF

Often the way to make a solid horror film for not a lot of money is to pick a contained location and focus on the intimate threat, a la Night of the Living Dead or Cube. The test is how big a picture ...

Screamfest Review: Alone – They Are Legend

Stories of the last survivors alone in the world are my favorite subgenre. Wile Alone was not the teenage I Am Legend I was hoping for, it was a solid entry in the subgenre and Screamfest’s 2017 lineu...

Walking Out (2017) - Movie Review

Review: ‘Walking Out’ Treks Through Gripping Father-Son Survival Drama

Matt Marshall reviews 'Walking Out,' a father-son survival film from IFC Films, which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

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