The 2018 Fantasia Film Festival has wrapped its three-week run in Montreal, and after extensive coverage and much deliberation, we have finally put together a list
'Bodied' is often thrilling, and features some great raps and comic writing, but its generic visuals and muddled message threaten any goodwill it receives.
Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura Directed and Written by Takashi Yamazaki 2017/Japan Destiny: The Tale of Kamakura is a film displaced in time. It seems
From the title alone, you might expect The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot to be a grindhouse spoof with excessive violence, exploding pustules, and
'Pledge' succeeds in large part due to the strength of Weiner’s screenplay about a horrific fraternity, as well as the talents of the actors involved.