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    Review: All Monsters Attack (1969)

    Over the last decade or so, 1969’s All Monsters Attack has received a much-appreciated critical reappraisal. Often considered one of the worst entries in the Godzilla...

    Review: Die, Monster, Die! (1965)

    1965’s Die, Monster, Die! is a loose adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s The Colour Out of Space. As an adaptation, it may disappoint fans of Lovecraft; but for fans...

    Fantasia 2020 Review: For the Sake of Vicious (2020)

    For the Sake of Vicious, a collaboration between Canadian genre-benders Gabriel Carrer (The Demolisher, 2015) and Reese Eveneshen (Defective, 2017), is a brutally violent,...

    Fantasia 2020 Review: Anything for Jackson (2020)

    Something of a "reverse-exorcism" movie directly descended from the likes of Rosemary's Baby (1968) and The Devil Rides Out (1968), Anything for Jackson –...

    Fantasia 2020 Review: Sanzaru (2020)

    Sanzaru is a terrific and unsettling watch. The ideas it plays with – of family trauma, repressed memories, and how they seep into the very...

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