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    Fantasia 2009: Buddy Giovinazzo Interview

    For a man whose films make me want to shower for three days and then kill myself, Buddy Giovinazzo is a remarkably pleasant fellow. His 1986 debut, Combat Shock, took all the desolation, desperation, and devastation of Taxi Driver, gave it gangrene, and left it to die in an alley with its story of a […] More

  • What to see at this year’s Fantasia Film Festival pt.3

    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. THE CHILDREN – North American Premiere UK […] More

  • Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival (July 9th to 27th)

    Montreal’s Fantasia Film Festival (July 9th to 27th), one of the most diverse and prestigious genre festivals there is, made its first lineup announcements, and they don’t disappoint. A whopping thirty-five Japanese features will be presented, including the highly acclaimed four-hour epic Love Exposure, from director Sion Sono (Suicide Club). The film has already piled […] More