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
Fuk’n Nuts is a 2023 American surrealist horror comedy short film, written and directed by Sam Fox. No stranger to the medium, Fox is known as the writer/director of the short horror films Unagi (2020), Bad Acid (2021), and as co-writer of the 2019 shortWowzers. Sandy is a melancholy teenager who lives at home
Bringing you more found footage and POV horror than you can shake a stick at, Unnamed Footage Festival is back at it once again with an incredible lineup for 2023. Along with a whole host of feature-length productions from all over the globe, a number of shorter films will be screened to accompany their bigger
Alongside their dedicated Shorts Showcase (both Canadian and International), the Toronto After Dark Film Festival offers bitesize extras for those attending. Each of the main features is preceded by a short film, resulting in a bevy of horror and comedy in equal measure. Here are our thoughts on those ten extra shorts. Anything, Anything When
Why people remain in situations of domestic abuse can be difficult for outsiders to understand. That is because there are unseen, powerful forces that keep victims in dangerous, toxic relationships. Abusers are manipulative and controlling, experts at exploiting their partners’ insecurities to entrap them in an unhealthy relationship. Writer-director Joseph Catté’s short, Ad Lib, illustrates
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!