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Fantasia 2018: ‘One Cut Of The Dead’ Review: Dir. Shin’ichirô...

One Cut of the Dead review: Japan enters the zombie arena with this bold, and slightly bonkers, entry. One Cut of the Dead review by...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich’ Review: Dirs....

Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich review: The eighties are back and in full swing in the latest blood-soaked tale of macabre puppetry. Puppet Master: The...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Pledge’ Review: Dir. Daniel Robbins (2018)

Pledge review: Hazing moves up a level in the latest college-set horror story. Pledge review by Kat Hughes. A group of college friends, David (Zack Weiner...

Fantasia 2018: ‘The Witch in the Window’ Review: Dir...

The Witch in the Window review: Flipping houses has never been so sinister as in this chilling tale. The Witch in the Window review by...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Knuckleball’ Review: Dir. Michael Peterson (2018)

Knuckleball review: Get ready for a very grown-up version of Home Alone in the snow-set home invasion thriller. Knuckleball review by Kat Hughes. Michael Ironside is...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Lifechanger’ Review: Dir. Justin McConnell (2018)

Lifechanger review: A murderous shape-shifter resorts to extreme measures to be close to the woman he loves. Lifechanger review by Kat Hughes. Lifechanger tells the story of...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Blue My Mind’ Review: Dir. Lisa Brühlmann (2018)

Blue My Mind review: The teenage girl transformation to woman gets another genre slant in this Swiss-German fairytale. Blue My Mind review by Kat Hughes. Over...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Cam’ Review: Dir. Daniel Goldhaber

Cam review: Beware the perils of internet identities in this rather nifty cyber-thriller. Cam review by Kat Hughes. Alice makes her living as her online alter-ego...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Mega Time Squad’ Review: Dir. Tim van...

Mega Time Squad review: A small-time criminal finds himself in dire straits after trying to make the big time in the latest genre comedy...

Fantasia 2018: ‘Relaxer’ Review: Dir. Joel Potrykus (2018)

Relaxer: Screening as part of Fantasia 2018's brilliantly diverse line-up is slacker comedy fantasy, a film about one man and his sofa. Relaxer review by...