Category Archives: Festivals

TAD 2015 Review: Deathgasm (2015) – or – Heavy metal monsters

Deathgasm review

Teen metal fan Brodie (Milo Cawthorne) is forced into living with his very religious aunt and uncle, as well as his bully of a cousin who enjoys picking on Brodie as his favourite pastime. Stuck with only a few friends, Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: Love & Peace (2015) – or – Christmas Kaiju

Love & Peace review

Bullied office worker Ryoichi (Hiroki Hasegawa) has dreams of becoming a huge rock star, but he can barely make eye contact with those around him. He has a bit of a crush on fellow worker Yuko (Kumiko Asô), but he’s Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: The Diabolical (2015) – or – The science of ghosts

The Diabolical review

Widowed mother of two Madison (Ali Larter) is desperately trying to keep her family from falling apart. Facing a possible bankruptcy and the violent outbursts of her son Jacob (Max Rose), the last thing the family needs is terrifying supernatural Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: Patchwork (2015) – or – Keep your friends close

Patchwork review

After a depressing birthday at a bar, Jennifer (Tory Stolper) heads home to wait for her married boyfriend to show up. Someone else is waiting for Jennifer though, and after being knocked out she wakes up in a strange lab. Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: Tag (2015) – or – Screaming Super Nintendo schoolgirls

Tag review

On their way to a school trip, a bus full of girls is cut in half when the wind slices through the bus. The only one to survive is Mitsuko (Reina Triendl), who finds herself being chased by the wind. Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: The Hexecutioners (2015) – or – Take this job and shove it

The Hexectuioners review

With assisted suicide being made legal, companies have been created to offer these unique services. Malison (Liv Collins) is starting her first day with one of those companies, but the experience is horrible. Malison explains her problems with her boss, Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: Nina Forever (2015) – or – Beauty and the blood

Nina Forever review

After his girlfriend Nina (Fiona O’Shaughnessy) died in a car accident, Rob (Cian Barry) attempted unsuccessfully to take his own life. Trying to pull his life together, Rob begins working at a grocery store where he meets Holly (Abigail Hardingham), Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: Gridlocked (2015) – or – First floor Die Hard

Gridlocked review

After getting injured, former special unit officer David Hendrix (Dominic Purcell) is working with the local police force when he gets stuck with Hollywood bad boy Brody Walker (Cody Hackman) as a shadow on the job. Brody is trying to Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: The Interior (2015) – or – Outside the tent

The Interior review

James (Patrick McFadden) is simply tired of his life. He tries to motivate himself but is faced with a boss who has no clue, a job that isn’t fulfilling, and an illness he can’t shake. After he receives news from Continue

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TAD 2015 Review: The Demolisher (2015) – or – Disturbing vengeance

The Demolisher review

After his wife Samantha (Tianna Nori) is left in a wheelchair after being attacked by a gang while working as a police officer, Bruce (Ry Barrett) sets out on a mission of vengeance. Wearing riot gear, a riot helmet with Continue

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