Fantasia Press – July 26, 2011

Dread Central-Chop Motion Picture Purgatory

“The 2011 Fantasia Film Festival is in full swing up in Montreal, Canada, and of course Trembles is on the scene. One of the fest’s devilish delights, Trent Haaga’s feature-length directorial debut Chop, is the subject of this week’s Motion Picture Purgatory. Read on for the full review!”

July 26, 2011

Dread Central-Doug Evil-Final Destination 5 World Premiere

“No matter where you run, no matter where you hide…you can’t cheat death. Truer words have never been spoken, and the same could be said of the Final Destinationfranchise.Final Destination 5 is set to have its world premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival on August 4th at 11:55 pm.”

Montreal Gazette Blog-Liz Ferguson-The Whisperer in Darkness Review

“My advice is – do not miss The Whisperer in Darkness. It is a fantastic film, and only being shown once (pity) at the Fantasia Film Festival. Just a few seconds after the opening credits began, I knew I was in for a treat.”

Twitch Film-Justin Decloux-Ti West’s The Innkeepers Review

“As the writer/director/editor of the picture West shows talent and creativity on all fronts.”

Montreal Gazette Blog-Liz Ferguson-True Legend Review

“True Legend is a rollicking tale with some really classic ingredients – long-simmering hatred, long-planned revenge, an exceptionally cruel and evil villain, tremendous sword fights, falls from great heights into roiling waters, recovery from what should be fatal wounds, the good old training montage, the wise herbalist, the loyal and beautiful wife who looks delicate but is one tough cookie, beautiful scenery, some evil foreigners (Russians this time, instead of the usual British or Japanese) lots of drinking, and therefore, some drunken kung fu.”

Montreal Gazette Blog-Liz Ferguson-Selection for Tuesday, July 25

“I have seen and enjoyed four of the films that will be shown on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 and can recommend them all.”

Montreal Gazette Blog-Liz Ferguson- 100 Years of Evil Review

“The idea proposed in the skilful mockumentary One Hundred Years of Evil is that Adolf Hitler did not die in his bunker – rather, American forces brought him to a secret camp in the U.S., along with several other men who “looked like Hitler.”

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