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    Fantasia 2009: ‘Dead Snow’

    Dead Snow Directed by Tommy Wirkola Written by Tommy Wirkola and Stig Frode Henriksen 2009, Norway Norway is known for a couple of things. The Fjords, Vikings and a wave of satanic arson and murder in the early 90’s that propelled black metal from its status as low-fi extreme metal to the most abrasive, evil music […] More

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    Fantasia 2009 wrap up (part 1)

    Must Love Death Directed by Andreas Schaap *** The first feature by director Andreas Schaap has had made some big impressions amongst Fantasia movie-goers. Clearly one of the more surprising and original films of the festival, it blends two seemingly opposite genres, the romantic comedy and extreme horror. These are the horror films one expects […] More

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    Trailers: Dead Snow

    DEAD SNOW Norway Dir : Tommy Wirkola One of the most anticipated horror films of the year is making its Canadian premiere at Fantasia, after blowing minds at Sundance. Norwegian Nazi zombies! Students on holiday make the mistake of playing with lost Nazi gold, causing its owners to return from beyond the grave for it. […] More

  • Nazi Horor is the new trend.

    Looks like Tarantino isn’t the only filmmaker working on grindhouse Nazi war films. Director and horror fanatic Shaun Robert Smith is in development on his next feature, The Fourth Reich, a terrifying adventure built on the Nazi human experiments during the war. Shaun’s runaway success of The Soldier, his 2007 award winning short attracted some […] More

  • What to see at this year’s Fantasia Film Festival pt.2

    Fantasia Festival is North America’s premiere (and largest) genre film festival. It is also my favorite film festival and so I could not wait to share the highlights of this years line up. Below is just some of the films we will be reviewing on our upcoming podcasts. BEST WORST MOVIE – Montreal premiere, hosted […] More