Films: 2013

  • Green Eyed
    An obnoxious up-and-coming executive can’t understand why no one else can see that his professional and social rival is actually a reptilian monster. Writer/Director Nathaniel Lindsay LIVE in attendance!
  • The Guest
    In this luscious new film from THE CAPTURED BIRD director Jovanka Vuckovic, a man suffers delusions after making a horrific bargain.
  • Guilt
    In this promising debut from Lithuanian animator Reda Bartkute, a nervous female fox retreats into the shifting landscape of her subconscious to face a shadowy doppelganger.
  • Halley
    Though Beto’s life may technically be over, he allows himself to experience it one last time before his body completely falls apart in this unique and contemplative horror film.
  • Here Be Monsters
    In the wake of a zombie apocalypse, an infected soldier is sent home to spend his last hours with his wife and estranged daughter. Amidst reconciliations and toasts, all are aware that time is running out fast. The assured directorial debut of visual FX producer Paul Glubb (THE HOBBIT; DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK).
  • Hentai Kamen: Forbidden Super Hero
    A new hero has arisen in Japan: One with fishnet stockings, a mankini, and a pair of women’s panties over his face. When conventional justice fails, make way for the Hentai Kamen.
  • Jack Attack
    “Do pumpkins feel pain?” Helen Rogers of V/H/S and 24 EXPOSURES stars as a babysitter who learns the answer the hard way in this soon-to-be Halloween classic.
  • Jodorowsky’s Dune
    This is the story of the greatest film never made: Alejandro Jodorowsky’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s DUNE.
  • Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons
    One of the undisputed Chinese masters of comedy, Stephen Chow (SHAOLIN SOCCER; KUNG FU HUSTLE) returns with an action-packed love story about competing demon hunters vying for the same conquests.
  • Kick-Heart
    The latest from anime outlaw Masaaki Yuasa (MIND GAME) is a candy-colored story of secret obsession: professional wrestler Maskman M derives masochistic pleasure from being pummelled by his Amazonian opponent Lady S, who clearly reciprocates in savouring their violent public trysts. But do they have a chance in the real world?
  • Kid’s Police
    When evil criminal organization Red Venus strikes, there's only one team of highly specialized cops who can help. Unfortunately, they've been dosed with anti-aging gas that has turned them all into children.
  • The Last Video Store
    The crew behind Edmonton’s DEDFest and cult video store The Lobby bring you this histrionic tidal wave of VHS nostalgia, featuring robots, evil corporations, a killer theme song and guest-FX by Astron-6’s Steve Kostanski. Director Tim Rutherford LIVE in attendance!
  • LFO

    LFO

    Dir. Antonio Tublén
  • LFO
    A solitary man discovers audio frequencies that open the human mind wide to hypnotic suggestion and, ultimately, his total control in this slyly deadpan dark comedy from Sweden.
  • Living Still Life
    Actress Elina Löwensohn (best known from Hal Hartley’s SIMPLE MEN and AMATEUR) continues her collaboration with French director Bertrand Mandico (BORO IN THE BOX) as an isolated woman who brings dead things back to life in unusual ways.
  • Love Eternal
    When a young shut-in is forced back out into the real world following the death of his mother, he discovers he can find peace and love only amongst the dead.
  • Machete Kills
    In Machete Kills, Danny Trejo returns as ex-Federale agent Machete, who is recruited by the President of the United States for a mission which would be impossible for any mortal man - he must take down a madman revolutionary and an eccentric billionaire arms dealer who has hatched a plan to spread war and anarchy across the planet.
  • Man of Tai Chi
    Keanu Reeves stars in and directs this epic tale about a young martial artist who must compete in an underground fight club to protect his way of life. As the fights intensify so does his will to survive.
  • Manifold
    Canuck character vet Stephen McHattie stars as a country sheriff investigating what appears to be a mass suicide, while miles away a computer tech developing a complex facial recognition program stumbles upon his own connection to the bizarre mystery. The latest from filmmaker and visual FX whiz Anthony Scott Burns, MANIFOLD has already been optioned for development as a feature.