The 13th Floor

Films 

Fantasia Film Festival: The Dark, Heartbreaking Comedy LOVE AND OTHER CULTS

This was not the film I expected, and I’m happy about that. LOVE AND OTHER CULTS, from Japanese filmmaker Eiji Uchida, is probably the most unique film to come out of Japan in a long time, and it is quite possibly my favorite film at the Fantasia Film Festival. With themes of discontentment and angst, […]

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Fantasia Film Festival: After Seeing DRIB, I Don’t Know What to Believe Anymore

The master of performance art, Andy Kaufman, made us question where reality ended and fiction began. His appearances on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE and FRIDAYS captivated audiences who never knew what to expect and watched hoping to see him break the third wall. Even the manner in which he died seemed to be a prank. If any […]

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Fantasia Film Festival: Fascinated by THE KEEPERS? You Need to See DELIVER US

Recently, documentaries focused toward darker content have captivated wide-spread audience attention, as shows like MAKING A MURDERER and THE KEEPERS became regular water cooler discussions. The new movie DELIVER US aka LIBRA NOS (currently playing at the Fantasia Film Fest) will no doubt garner an equal amount fascination and is a must for any dark content […]

Fantasia Film Fest: The Heady, Philosophical Horror of THE LAPLACE’S DEMON

I have always been a huge fan of horror films that involve a puzzle. Think SAW, but specifically films that also require some prior nerd knowledge. Examples of this small sub-genre include CUBE and FERMAT’S ROOM, both of which involve deep philosophical theories and victims trying to outsmart captors with math, science, and other classes […]