Category: Reviews

We are #blessed to see TRAGEDY GIRLS

Tragedy Girls is tightly paced, packed with humor, and offers just enough surprises (read: unexpectedly gruesome deaths) to elevate it far above other post-Scream teen slasher entries. Sadie (Brianna Hildebrand) and McKayla (Alexandra Shipp) are high schoolers with big plans for their senior year: to create the most...

IT (2017): Clown Without Pity

Few things in life are more terrifying than the process of growing up. Our minds begin to develop deep-seated anxieties as we inevitably realize that the world is not a safe place. Adults who we’ve been taught to look up to are often revealed to be the source...

Fantasia: THE HONOR FARM

Lucy’s dream of having the prom experience young women have dreamed of their whole lives has gone up in flames. Rather than a magical evening of dancing and laughing with her boyfriend, followed by the two gently making love for the first time, she finds herself holding of...

2017 Fantasia: POOR AGNES

Imagine a grown up Tracy Flick who tires of the cut throat world of politics and decides to trade that life in for one of literally cutting throats. That’s the main hook and sole bit of pleasure one can find in Navin Ramaswaran’s POOR AGNES, which just made...

2017 Fantasia: REPLACE

Based off a script he co wrote with Hardware’s Richard Stanley, Norbert Keil’s REPLACE, is a meditative and often nasty work of exquisite blend of science fiction and body horror. Wih influences ranging from Cronenberg to Barker are on display throughout the film and it’s held together by...