Short Round: No Tomorrow, a Turbo Kid tale

Last year’s Turbo Kid was undeniably charming, an indie hit that came to life through a combination of bloody carnage, off-the-wall characters, and a kick ass soundtrack—but perhaps the most memorable thing about RKSS’ wasteland was Laurence Leboeuf’s delightful character Apple, who stole every scene in the movie. No Tomorrow is a musical short film that acts as […]

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Review: Turbo Kid, welcome the rad wasteland

The talented triad of François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell have created a feature film out of their immensely popular short film T for Turbo—originally found in the horror anthology ABC’s of Death—and the result is an ’80s infused blast of bloody cinema. It’s easy to see why the trio’s latest effort became such a fan […]

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Turbo Kid poster rises from the wasteland

One of next month’s must-see movies comes to us from the mad minds of François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell, who will see their retro-apocalyptic thriller hit both VOD and theaters in just a few weeks. So to celebrate the occasion, they’ve released an all-new poster for the 1997-set film, delivering a wonderfully cool, retro-dripping look at […]

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The totally rad, blood splattered trailer for Turbo Kid kicks ass!

Directors François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell—the mad minds behind Canadian collective RKSS—are ready to unleash their festival favorite onto the world with Turbo Kid, a retro-apocalyptic thriller set in 1997 dripping with ’80s nostalgia, BMX mayhem and blood splattered thrills. Their film swept through the festival circuit, winning the Midnighters Audience Award at Sundance back in […]

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