Fantasia’s annual showcase of bold, auteur genre visions returns with nine unforgettable works from five countries that will positively floor you. – Mitch Davis
With sweat-soaked skin, in a state of mortal fear, a man is forced to make lame telemarketing calls to strangers.
Not everyone can be a dog sitter. A young woman learns this the hard way when the tiny Pomeranian she’s hired to watch reveals itself to be a deranged (and resourceful!) murder junkie.
Abandoned on the street by her boyfriend in the dead of night, a woman picks a scooter up off the sidewalk and rides towards her destiny.
Tackling the psychological side of ancestry testing, Ghanaian-American filmmaker Sean Addo has crafted a different kind of ghost story
Twelve-year-old Jaehee has an unexplainable gift for connecting with the interior energies of others.
Frank Van den Bogaart
When her father goes missing, young Rena enters the woods to seek out a mythological creature believed to collect the stories of dying beings.
Michael Anthony Kratochvil
Two young sisters in an unhappy home perform an incantation to summon… something… anything, in the hopes of bettering their circumstances.
At a remote house, two sisters are suddenly under attack by their mother, who has inexplicably fallen into a bloodthirsty state of madness.
Everyone exists without solitude—largely because they’re always accompanied by a sibling double of themselves.