- 12 mini-reviews from BIFFF 2011 -

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011 by Vomitron -

  12 mini reviews from BIFFF 2011     BIFFF 2011 poster cr 84x120 thriller reviews sci fi reviews horror fantasy drama comedy action Director: The 29th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival
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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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Black Christmas

Friday, January 24th, 2014 by C. John Archer -

Black Christmas   BC dvd 82x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Bob Clark
Writer: Roy Moore
Release year: 1974

And this is why we invented Caller ID

The girls of a sorority house are being tormented by a twisted prank caller who continually calls to convey increasingly vile and abusive sentiments. What at first appears to be a sick joke eventually turns to violence and murder as the girls are terrorized during the supposed season of goodwill and merriment.

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Rare Exports

Thursday, April 14th, 2011 by Coventry -

Rare Exports   rare exports cover 81x120 reviews horror fantasy comedy Director: Jalmari Helander
Writers: Jalmari Helander, Juuso Helander, Petri Jokiranta and Sami Parkkinen
Release year: 2010

Rare Exports   BIFFF 2011 minilogo reviews horror fantasy comedy ‘The Thing’ meets ‘A Christmas Story’, far far North…

I think it’s safe to assume we have a new and very strong contender for the title of greatest Christmas themed horror movie ever made. Although it has to be said that the Finnish treat ‘Rare Exports’ is not exactly your average conventional holiday slasher like, say, ‘Black Christmas’ (1977) or ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’ (1984). Nope, instead this is a hugely original and imaginative mixture between dark fantasy and pitch-black comedy, spiced with some horror elements. (more…)