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  1. Fantasia Film Review: "Le Manoir" (2017)

    A band of students comes to celebrate the New Year in an old manor house isolated from everything. But soon after their arrival, strange events disrupt the atmosphere, before the party turns squarely into a nightmare.

    “Le Manoir” is a film that requires a little bit of patience. If you were to only watch the first ten or twenty minutes and then walk out, you would leave thinking this is just another slasher film about twentysomethings getting picked off one by one. For some people ...
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  2. Fantasia Film Review: "The Laplace's Demon" (2017)

    A glass in free fall. Have you ever thought if it is possible to calculate into how many pieces it can break into? After numerous experiments, a team of researchers succeeds in doing just this apparently impossible task. Attracted to their experiment, a mysterious professor invites the scientists in his isolated mansion to know more about their studies.

    This film was intriguing before the first frame because of its name: “The Laplace’s Demon”. Anyone who knows philosophy or physics ...
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  3. Interview With Aaron Glenane (Killing Ground)

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    We here at Killer Reviews were recently able to grab a few minutes with Aaron Glenane, one of the stars of IFC Midnight's latest violent camping-gone-wrong flick, Killing Ground. He was gracious enough to give us a little peek at his character, and what he's got coming up on the work-slate horizon - settle in, read on and enjoy!

    KR: Can you tell us about the film's premise, as well as a description of your character, Chook?
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  4. Film Review: Killing Ground

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    Following a young couple, Ian and Sam (Meadows and Dyer), the two are on their way for some downtime in the woods, completely unaware of what awaits besides them, and it's...another happy little family just down the lake shore, complete with child-in-tow, and as the film trucks along, a series of brutal flashbacks will lay out all the details as to just what happened to the lot of them. On the kooky-side of the fence are hunters German (Pedersen) and ...
  5. Interview with Kasra Farahani, "Tilt"

    A term that tends to be overused is “rising star”. An actor or director has one good film and they get tagged a rising star. A year or two later, they are all but forgotten. Not to jinx him, but I think Kasra Farahani might be a rising star who stays the course.

    His background is as a concept artist, working on many big films from “Men in Black III” to the latest Marvel Comics adaption. But he also has a feature under his belt. “The Good Neighbor” received positive buzz, and how can ...
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