Fantasia Film Festival

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The Sadness from Fantasia

The 10 Best Movies of Fantasia International Film Festival 2021

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From a killer in New Zealand to a city full of them in Taiwan, these are the 10 best films of Fantasia 2021!

Darkness in Midnight In A Perfect World

Haunted Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Midnight in a Perfect World’ is Eerie, but Ponderous

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Disappearances, blackouts, and Philip K. Dick collide in a genre tale from the Philippines.

Jin Ki-joo in Midnight

‘Midnight’ is a Triumph of Suspense, Terror, and Frustration

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A hearing-impaired woman, a sadistic killer, and a date with terror.

Masumi in Yakuza Princess

‘Yakuza Princess’ Sets a Stylish Stage for Honor, Betrayal, and Swordplay

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Come for the sword fights and passable action, stay for… Jonathan Rhys-Meyers?

an ax in The Sadness

‘The Sadness’ is Guaranteed to Leave Fans of Extreme Horror Smiling

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You’re probably not prepared for this one, but you’ll want to dive in head first all the same.

a car in King Car

Man and Machine Make Love in Auto(mobile)-Erotic ‘King Car’

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Some honk car horns, others bonk horny cars.

Vincent Kartheiser in Ultrasound

‘Ultrasound’ is Twisty Sci-Fi But Less Than the Sum of Its Confounding Parts

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It’s okay if filmmakers know more about their story than audiences, but what if they’re every bit as in the dark on the film as the rest of us?

The cast of Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes

‘Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes’ is the Year’s Most Ingeniously Constructed Film

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Seventy minutes of utter brilliance.

Ghosting Gloria

‘Ghosting Gloria’ is a Horny Ghost Romance That is Neither Horny nor Particularly Romantic

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Finally, a rebuttal to Bo Derek’s 1989 comedy ‘Ghosts Can’t Do It.’