One of the last things I watched for Soda & Telepaths during the Fantasia fest was Kratt, a strange little fairy tale that will send a chill or two up your spine… go read, give me work
Over on Soda & Telepaths, I reviewed the film Sweetie, You Won’t Believe It which is a fascinatingly strange dark comedy that’s worth a look. Now, you might’ve missed it as part of the Fantasia Film Festival but luckily it’s also part of the Sydney Underground Film Festival (which I will be reviewing next month, already got my pass cos I was going to be enjoying that festival no matter what)
Over on Soda & Telepaths, in the last burst of films I got through for the Fantasia Film Festival, I talk about a film called #Blue_Whale which is certainly confronting, but endlessly fascinating. This is the kind of review that comes with a suicide trigger warning, so now you know what to look for in the film.
Over on Soda & Telepaths I’ve written a little thing about the documentary Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched, which is a really hard title to remember but it’s worth at least trying to remember because it’s a documentary all about Folk Horror films and it’s fantastic.
Over on Soda & Telepaths I wrote about a strange little horror drama film called Glasshouse, so pick up your stones and walk over there to throw them in appreciation of my writing.
Over on Soda & Telepaths, for Fantasia Film Festival, I went and wrote about a family made horror flick called Hellbender which is worth a look
Over on Soda & Telepaths, as part of the Fantasia film festival series, I review the indie thriller Baby Money which is a fascinaating little film worth checking out… as is my review, read and make me look awesome
Over on Soda & Telepaths, in the continuing series “Lee reviews films for Fantasia Film Festival”, I reviewed the film The Last Thing Mary Saw which is incredibly tense and contains a terrifying performance by Rory Culkin that I’m probably gonna be thinking about for a long time
Over on Soda and Telepaths, as part of my reviews of the Fantasia Film Festival, I reviewed this quirky comedy that’s honestly one of the funniest films at the festival so maybe go over and read my review of King Knight because it’s quite good.
Over on Soda & Telepaths, as part of the Fantasia Film Festival review series, I talk about Strawberry Mansion which is one of the most gloriously weird films of the festival and I really enjoyed it