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Blood In The Snow 2019 Movie Review: ‘Dead Dicks’ (2019)

Dead Dicks

Despite being billed as a horror comedy, Dead Dicks begins in a confusing way with a very serious PSA about suicide followed by a man killing himself with a plastic bag. Yet somehow, the team of Chris Bavota (Minutes Past Midnight 2016) and Lee Paula Springer (Even The Darkness Has …

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BITS 2018: ‘SuperGrid’ (2018) – Movie Review

Supergrid is a clever combination of Mad Max meets the plague apocalypse. It’s a fast paced, action-packed story of two estranged brothers taking on the notorious, disease-infested ‘grind.’ Deke (Marshall Williams) and Jesse (Wolfcop’s Leo Fafard) are sure to lure you into the Grid Life! With its unapologetic, remorseless characters, …

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BITS 2018: The Virtues of Femininity Redefined in ‘Level 16’

Level 16 challenges the oppressive nature of traditional femininity

Written and directed by Danishka Esterhazy, Level 16 is a glimpse at a chillingly cold dystopian world where subservience is the greatest virtue a young woman can have, and ageless beauty is a commodity more precious than any gem. This film challenges the oppressive notions of traditional femininity, proving that the strength of …

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BITS 2018: ‘Fugue’ Movie Review

In Tomas Street’s (The Plan 2011) feature length directorial debut, Fugue is about an amnesic named Malcolm (Jack Foley: Lifechanger 2018). The film immediately put me on edge as I watched Malcolm wake up, unsure of who or where he was. It was such an uneasy feeling that, if it wasn’t for …

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BITS Festival 2018: ‘Montreal Dead End’ Movie Review

The Blood In The Snow Canadian Film Festival, celebrating its seventh year, again brings some of the best genre entertainment from our neighbors to the North. One of the films selected for this years festival and making its Toronto premiere, was Montreal Dead End, an eclectic depiction of the havoc …

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BITS Festival 2018 ‘Alive’ – Movie Review

As a fan of extreme horror, it takes a lot of gore to make me uneasy. Having no idea what’s going on, though… that’s freaky. I don’t like being in unfamiliar, uneasy situations, so films like the Saw franchise, Would You Rather? and Tusk – all about being forced into a position …

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