TOKEN HOMO film review: Nia DaCosta’s CANDYMAN is a good film, but there was potential for it to be an angrier, more brutal & significantly more damning one.
> VIRTUAL FEST MAIN SCREEN Thursday DEMONIC d. Neill Blomkamp, 2021/117mins [18:00 & 18:25] THE KINDRED d. Jamie Patterson, 2021/94mins [20:45 & 21:10] CRABS! d. Pierce Berolzheimer, 2021/80mins [23:15 & 23:30] Friday BRAIN FREEZE d. Julien Knafo, 2021/91mins [10:55 & 11:20AM] THE SHOW d. Mitch Jenkins, 2020/82mins [13:15 & 13:40] THE EXORCISM OF CARMEN FARIAS…
Get more out of your weekend with our vampire double bill, part of LLF21.
In brief: A vengeful spirit takes possession of the fresh meat on campus.
In brief: A compendium of mainstream, cult & classic monster movies directed by women.
In brief: The werewolf FX have a well-cuddled Care Bear quality that makes you want to rub the creature’s belly for rainbow wishes.
In brief: Leaves you with that feeling of being fully satisfied by something you haven’t seen before & can’t wait to see again.
In brief: A casting clusterfuck of a bear hunt that comes completely undone with some appalling CGI in its closing stages.
In brief: The classic bear bait & switch, a monster slash survival movie suffering a hormone-induced identity crisis.
In brief: In the battle of (wo)man vs bear, chalk this win up to the beast.