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Check out this interview with the filmmakers behind the feature “The Nights Before Christmas”, from TTP’s YouTube Channel—from BITS 2019: Dir. Paul Tanter) WORLD PREMIERE (101 mins) A year on from the Woodridge massacre and those who survived have moved on with their lives. But Mr and Mrs Claus are back, and this time the killings seem to be based
Check out this interview with the filmmakers behind the feature “Dead Dicks”, from TTP’s YouTube Channel—from BITS 2019: (Dir. Chris Bavota, Lee Paula Springer) TORONTO PREMIERE (83 mins) After Becca receives a distressing call from her suicidal brother Richie, she rushes over to his apartment and finds him alive and well – surrounded by copies of his own dead body.
Check out this interview with the director of the feature “m.a.j.i.c.”, from TTP’s YouTube Channel—from BITS 2019: (Dir. Erin Berry) CANADIAN PREMIERE (83 mins) An anti-conspiracy video blogger thinks she is slipping into an alternate reality after being approached by an old man claiming to have worked for the legendary Majestic-12 (aka majic) the covert spy agency, created after the
Recently, local B-movie filmmaker Adam Thorn debuted a double-feature DVD with Basement Videos that featured two of his films, Assault on the Snakemen and Moopet Pastor. Unfortunately, it’s no longer available through Basement Videos any. Luckily, Adam is releasing a limited *Canadian* edition DVD of the two films with extra features—available from the end of August to mid September! More details to come—keep your
Check out this interview with the filmmaker behind the short “Willa”, from TTP’s YouTube Channel—from BITS 2019:*(Dir. Corey Mayne) (7:04 mins) David finds himself on a stalled train in the middle of nowhere, suddenly unable to locate his fiancée, Willa. No one has seen her but they all warn him to stay put because the train should be moving any
Check out this interview with the filmmaker behind the short “New Woman”, from TTP’s YouTube Channel—from BITS 2019: (Dir. Benjamin Noah)(19:52 mins) A gothic tale concerning a male pickpocket and a wealthy woman descending into a labyrinth of terror in 1888. MY TAKE: This is a GORGEOUS atmospheric short film that again, has me wanting more! I so want to
From Wikipedia: Children of the Corn (advertised as Stephen King’s Children of the Corn) is a 1984 American supernatural folk horror film based upon Stephen King’s 1977 short story of the same name. Directed by Fritz Kiersch, the film’s cast consists of Peter Horton, Linda Hamilton, John Franklin, Courtney Gains, Robby Kiger, Anne Marie McEvoy, Julie Maddalena, and R. G.
Check out my interview with the writer of short film, “The Remnant” at 2019’s Blood in the Snow Film Festival: (Dir. Navin Ramaswaran) (16:45 mins) A team of con artists posing as paranormal investigators steal from the home of an affluent elderly woman, only to find themselves unleashing a dormant malevolent spirit. MY TAKE: Creepy cool meets the art world,
In this fun, Roger and Julie Corman produced 80s B-movie, a group of young shopping mall employees have an after-hours party in one of the stores. After the mall goes on lock-down and before they can get out, the robot security system boots up, malfunctions (due to lightning strike), and goes on a killing spree, just as any put-out, put-upon
Check out my interview with the creators behind the web series “To No Mans Land” from the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival Web Bites Program: (Dir. Khizer Khani) (12:00 mins) concept pilot When a catastrophic attack puts a peaceful galactic nation on the brink of war, a lowly Scout is sent to an isolated planet to obtain the
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