Gille Klabin's Fantastic Fest selection stars Justin Long as a hapless lawyer on a very strange trip.
Fantastic Fest ‘19 Interview: Michael Beach Nichols: “WRINKLES THE CLOWN” Spreads Fear The Good Old Fashioned Way
Director Michael Beach Nichols (WELCOME TO LEITH) assembled his version of the Wrinkles tale through phone calls, Skype sessions, and some intentionally fictional reenactments with the clown and his supposed victims. At last month’s Fantastic Fest we got to sit down with Nichols and pick his brain about clowns, fear, and viral content.
KOKO-DI KOKO-DA might not be a favorite of the horror fan looking for slashing and dashing, but for those who want to watch people bleed and feel the weight of every last drop of blood, and think about what they’ve done, it is incredible.
SCREAM, QUEEN! is a timely documentary about an aspect of the horror world that has gone under appreciated for too long.
Our monthly short film festival returns on April 26th, 9pm, Eyesore Cinema, with a line-up including 10 great genre shorts (including 7 Toronto premieres).