[Fantasia 2019] Enter a Bermuda Love Triangle in HARPOON

Rob Grant’s pitch black horror-comedy is an intelligent evisceration of friendship, betrayal, and the male ego.

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Fantasia Fest 2019 Preview!

This year’s Fantasia Fest is shaping up to be another fantastic display of genre cinema from around the world.

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No Ethical Consumption Under Capitalism in THE CANNIBAL CLUB

This Brazilian film has plenty of bite, reserved in full for the bourgeois cannibal economy of capitalism.

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Father Gore’s October Recommendations – Vol. 2: Zombies

Ten zombie flicks perfect for any creepy Halloween season movie marathons you might have planned

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The Psychology and Satire of SLEEPAWAY CAMP II: UNHAPPY CAMPERS

A little more comedy this time around in the first sequel to SLEEPAWAY CAMP. And a lot more Angela!

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OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN: The Rat Race’s Modern Destruction

George P. Cosmatos uses OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN to explore the effects of a capitalist rat race on the individual and their family

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SLICE: Mediocre Horror Doubles as Killer Modern Satire

SLICE is nothing special, though it’s full of commentary about modern social divisions, urban renewal, and racists.

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A RETURN TO SALEM’S LOT: Larry Cohen Hates Nazis Like a Real American!

Maybe Larry Cohen’s just talking about vampires. Or, maybe, just maybe, he’s talking about neo-Nazis.

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The Horrors of Homelessness in STREET TRASH

STREET TRASH is just a B-movie with nothing to say. Or, maybe it says a lot of things about NYC in the 1980s. Maybe?

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Butter Your POPCORN With Metafiction & Revenge

Popcorn. 1991. Directed by Mark Herrier. Screenplay by Alan Ormsby, from a story by Mitchell Smith. Starring Jill Schoelen, Tom Villard, Dee Wallace, Derek Rydall, Malcolm Danare, Elliott Hurst, Ivette Soler, Freddie Simpson, Kelly Jo Minter, Karen Lorre, Ray Walston, & Tony Roberts. Movie Partners/Trans-Atlantic Pictures Rated R. 91 minutes. Horror/Comedy ★★★1/2 There are manyContinue reading “Butter Your POPCORN With Metafiction & Revenge”

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