HOW TO SUPPORT ON A BUDGET pt 1

I am a mass media consumer. I need to attend a support group, but instead I listen to podcasts like our trusty ScreamCast that only encourages me to want to consume more. But as a father and husband, I find it harder and harder to fit my media wants in to the monthly budget. Sorry, kids, no braces for you! You’re gonna have to get used to those janky teeth cuz Dad really needed that SUSPIRIA steelbook. Jokes aside, I’ve found a few things that truly help out in obtaining all the movies I desire!

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BLOOD IN THE SNOW 2016: Get drawn in with 24X36

In a booming collectibles world, one market that has sprung up and helped trigger others as well, is the market of the movie art print. in 24X36, this documentary covers the beginning of the trend, it’s history based off of classically drawn movie posters, and both the artists and collectors of the scene. And in it’s Toronto premiere at Blood in the Snow Film Festival, the world gets to see more about what’s behind the art that draws us.

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BLOOD IN THE SNOW 2016: Love takes a deadly turn with CAPTURE KILL RELEASE

Couples do a lot to bond themselves together. Some like to go camping, white water rapids rafting, even sky diving. But how far would you go to declare your love for your partner when they want to plan a murder together? At its Toronto premiere at Blood In The Snow Film Festival, CAPTURE KILL RELEASE tackles that exact subject.

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Horror Movie A Day: The Book, for all your daily horror needs!

When I started following people in film on Twitter, I started noticing a certain voice popping up more and more. That person was Brian Collins, a writer that was running a site called Horror Movie A Day. And that is exactly what he covered, for 2500 days. Yeah, that’s a lot of horror to get through. And now we have HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK to help us do some thing similar.

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FANTASTIC FEST 2016: Time to get animated with NOVA SEED

As a father of four kids and being a kid at heart myself, I’ve watched animated films my entire life. So it always warms my heart to hear that there are animated films playing festivals and that they are aimed for a more mature crowd. At Fantasia, I was lucky enough to see the Turkish film BAD CAT, and at Fantastic Fest 2016, I had the pleasure of viewing NOVA SEED, a science fiction film from Canada.

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FANTASTIC FEST 2016: THE GREASY STRANGLER gets its greasy mitts all over you

I pride myself on watching bizarre cinema. I’m not sure why I do it, but I enjoy things that skirt the edge of sanity and taste. So, when I first heard about THE GREASY STRANGLER, it immediately went on my Need to Watch list. And after watching it, I can clearly say that THE GREASY STRANGLER is one of the weirdest, greasiest films I’ve ever seen.

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FANTASTIC FEST 2016 Review: ZOOLOGY, A Coming of Middle-Age Tail

When you have lived life a certain way for so long, sometimes one simple change can upset the applecart. That one catalyst can flip things completely around, causing both chaos and contentment. That’s exactly what happens with lonely Natasha in ZOOLOGY, having it’s US premiere at Fantastic Fest 2016.

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