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Fantasia 2017

Q&A: Writer/Director Byung-gil Jung Talks ‘The Villainess’
4 years ago

Q&A: Writer/Director Byung-gil Jung Talks ‘The Villainess’

This Friday marks the New York and Los Angeles theatrical release of high-octane revenge actioner The Villainess, with nationwide rollout to follow in September. The South Korean film was met …
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Museum [Fantasia Review]
6.5
4 years ago

Museum [Fantasia Review]

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Based on the 2013 manga, Museum: The Serial Killer is Laughing in the Rain, Keishi Otomo’s big budget adaptation brings the familiar story of the hardworking homicide detective whose personal …
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Indiana [Fantasia Review]
7.5
4 years ago

Indiana [Fantasia Review]

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The beautiful thing about film festivals such as Fantasia is that it allows for the discovery of a hidden gem that often goes overlooked. Toni Comas’ debut feature is that …
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Dead Man Tells His Own Tale [Fantasia Review]
5.5
4 years ago

Dead Man Tells His Own Tale [Fantasia Review]

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Angel Barrios seems to have it all. Yet being a successful commercial director with a doting daughter and an adventurous wife doesn’t seem to be enough. He’s also a womanizing …
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November [Fantasia Review]
8
4 years ago

November [Fantasia Review]

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Based on Andrus  Kivirähk’s best-selling novel “Rehepapp,” director Rainer Sarnet’s latest feature is a visually stunning deep-dive into Estonian folklore in the nineteenth-century. A tale of love and yearning set in …
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House of the Disappeared [Fantasia Review]
6.5
4 years ago

House of the Disappeared [Fantasia Review]

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In 2013, Venezuelan horror film The House at the End of Time broke on to the festival scene, amassed a ton of awards during its run, and then went on …
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Super Dark Times [Fantasia Review]
7
4 years ago

Super Dark Times [Fantasia Review]

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Even before the age of social media, teenagers displayed an uncanny ability to screw up their lives as they navigated the churning waters of adolescence. Such is the case for …
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The Villainess [Fantasia Review]
7.8
4 years ago

The Villainess [Fantasia Review]

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With an opening sequence of frenetic first-person POV styled action that sees an unseen character pummel, maim, and kill their way through a horde of victims through a long winding …
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