Feature photo credit: (L-R): Madison Taylor Baez as Eleanor and Ian Foreman as Isaiah in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, "Anything for Blood". Photo Credit: Francisco Roman/SHOWTIME. Like Jim Mickle's 2013 We Are What We Are and Luca Guadagnino's 2018 Suspiria, Showtime's Let the Right One In is more a successful reimagining than a remake... Continue Reading →
BBC America Brings Pratchett’s The Watch to Life
Fans of Sir Terry Pratchett are vehemently protective of the worlds he creates. One, in particular, Discworld, is a place of mystical beings and magic. With trolls, imps, dragons and wizards, Pratchett wrote about social issues by using the world of fantasy to illustrate social injustice and classism, to name a few. Now, BBC America... Continue Reading →
TIFF 2020: Trickster
If you‘ve lived your life in a bubble with one reality, what happens when the bubble bursts, and the person you trusted the most harbors a big secret? In the new CBC series Trickster, a young man’s life turns upside down once he finds his true origin story. Jared (Joel Oulette) is a decent kid.... Continue Reading →
Refreshingly Terrifying Marianne
French horror has always pushed the envelope with extreme terror, and Netflix has thrown its hat in the ring with its own contribution to the genre. This time though, we get some old-fashioned supernatural scares and imagery that will stay with you into the wee hours of the night with the series Marianne. Emma Larsimon... Continue Reading →
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