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- 12 mini-reviews from BIFFF 2011 -

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011 by Vomitron

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Writer:
Vomitron
Publishing year:
2011

  12 mini reviews from BIFFF 2011     BIFFF 2011 minilogo thriller reviews sci fi reviews horror fantasy drama comedy action A brief BIFFF 2011 overview

Your devoted viewer attended 12 theatrical screenings during BIFFF 2011. A mixtures of genres and a variety of topics, with the occasional/obligatory vampires & zombies thrown in the mix. An overview starting with Andy Fetscher‘s second feature ‘Urban Explorer’ and ending with John Carpenter‘s newest ‘The Ward’. Find out & read all about the movies that lie in between, below…

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- 30 Movies From Bifff 2012 -

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012 by Vomitron

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Writer:
Vomitron
Publishing Year:
2012

  30 Movies From Bifff 2012     BIFFF 2012 cv thriller reviews sci fi romance reviews horror fantasy drama comedy action A BIFFF 2012 overview

The 30th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival has come and gone. On the following 6 pages you’ll find mini-reviews for a selection of 30 movies, screened during the BIFFF 2012. As always, a mixture of various genre movies. An overview starting with James McTeigue‘s ‘The Raven’ and ending with Drew Goddard‘s ‘The Cabin In The Woods’. Find out & read all about the movies that lie in between, below…

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- BIFFF 2009: The Complete Overview -

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009 by Vomitron

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Writers:
Vomitron and Coventry
Release year: 2009

What was I thinking…

Thinking it would be a a piece of cake giving every single film we watched at the 27th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival a treatment on our site. I sure underestimated the amount of work that would go into this crazy idea. So it took a bit more time and effort than I at first anticipated to get this overview completed…

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- Dr. AC watches 5 Offscreen 2015 flicks -

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 by Aaron Christensen

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Writer: Dr. AC
Publishing Year: 2015

  Dr. AC watches 5 Offscreen 2015 flicks     Offscreen 2015 mini logo thriller reviews sci fi reviews musical horror drama comedy action Proudly presenting the views of a certain Fool For Blood called Aaron Christensen on five films screened during Offscreen Film Festival 2015. Below you can read about Tobe Hooper‘s ‘Eaten Alive’, Roger Corman‘s ‘The Little Shop Of Horrors’ and its ’80s all-star cast musical/re-make brother, one of production company Cannon’s most accomplished efforts called ‘Runaway Train’ (starring the mighty Jon Voight) and last but not least a British sci-fi success from the sixties, ‘Day Of The Triffids’ based on a novel by John Wyndham (the man responsible for writing ‘The Midwich Cuckoos’, which was adapted into another milestone of UK sci-fi/horror cinema entitled ‘Village Of The Damned’).

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10 To Midnight

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015 by Coventry

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Writer: William Roberts and J. Lee Thompson
Release Year: 1983

10 To Midnight   Offscreen 2015 mini logo thriller reviews reviews drama Hey Charlie, what time is it?

Charles Bronson, Mr. Merciless Vigilante himself, as a rough veteran cop obsessively chasing a psychopath who is some kind of deranged, schizophrenic hybrid between real-life serial killers Richard Speck and Ted Bundy? Well, to me that pretty much sounds like a cinematic dream come true, even more so because the film – especially during the first half hour – has the allure of a typically early ’80s, vile teen-slasher movie!

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