Medium-Sized Horror Bites From BITS 2023 We are thrilled to be reviewing features and shorts for the Blood In The Snow film festival again this year, and offer here our thoughts on the Mournful Mediums, the closing day lineup of short films presented in theatre on Saturday, November 24, 2023. BITS is one of Canada’s
Finders F*ckin’ Keepers! Calling all low-budget sci-fi/horror comedy cinephiles! Do you enjoy scouring Tubi and YouTube for the most bizarre films to binge and brag about watching? Then, oh boy, do we have a winner for you! The Hyperborean (2023) has it all, and then some! It’s classed as a comedy sci-fi on IMDb, but
“I came out early, I couldn’t take it”“I hated it”“I loved it and won’t have a word said against it!”– Quotes overheard in the foyer, after having seen Skinamarink. Written and directed by Kyle Edward Ball and shot on a micro-budget at his childhood Canadian home, Skinamarink (2022) is inspired by a childhood nightmare. Pirated,
Slasher Horror With a Conscience It’s no secret that as a society, we have become obsessed with serial killers. The most popular podcasts and television series over the past decade have explored the horrifying true crimes of killers who eluded detection long enough to gain infamy. We can’t get enough of it, even though we
Incident in a Ghostland has been popping up on horror fan group pages since its recent release on Netflix, and the reviews are mixed. It seems to be a “love it or hate it” movie, and for good reason. Incident in a Ghostland will push some people’s buttons, while those more seriously triggered may not
Blood in the Snow (BITS) is a Toronto-based horror film festival that is presenting its 9th annual line-up at the Royal Alexander Theatre from November 18-23, 2021. Festival director Kelly Michael Stewart favoured us with screeners before the event so that we could be sure to tell you which films you don’t want to miss!