Fantasia Review: The Wailing, the devil is everywhere

Hong-jin Na’s The Wailing is a total nightmarish trip about possession and evil needing no reason to tear you apart—it’s a film that builds dread through powerful imagery and relentless horror inside a world covered in rain and blood. It thrives in a hopeless atmosphere, constantly wicked and never, not even once, shies away from the doom-and-gloom […]

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Fantasia Review: The Unseen, when life vanishes

Geoff Redknap’s The Unseen is a refreshing, modern-day twist on the Invisible Man, exploring a man losing his family while simultaneously losing himself… literally. But Bob is not just going invisible (that would be too easy), he’s disappearing in the most gruesome and painful way possible—losing massive chunks of flesh, leaving the bone and organs exposed, and it’s only […]

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Fantasia Review: Bed of the Dead, evil never sleeps

With a title like Jeff Maher’s Bed of the Dead, you kind of have to know that you’re getting into something… weird, especially when the movie’s monster is a bed—it certainly gives death bed a whole new meaning, that’s for sure. But for a movie that’s built around such a unique (strange, but unique) concept, Bed of […]

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