Interview: Steven Kostanski – Director (Manborg)

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As a member of Canadian Film Collective ASTRON 6, Writer/Director Steven Kostanski is responsible for unleashing last year’s demented “FATHER’S DAY”. If you haven’t caught up to it just yet it’s the tender tale of a man who is frantically hunting down the maniac who murdered his father, Chris Fuchman AKA The Father’s Day Killer. If you think about his last name you can figure out what it is that Chris does to his victims … Continue reading

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Film Review: Manborg (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: A soldier, brought back to life as a cyborg, fights alongside a band of adventurers against demon hordes in a dystopian future. REVIEW: I may remain far too engulfed in an after glow of giddiness to complete a coherent thought here, but I’m going to give it the ol’ college try at any rate.  I speak not of the pain killers prescribed me recently due to an abscessed wisdom tooth when I describe my delight, though … Continue reading

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Film Review: Father’s Day (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Ahab, a man obsessed with exacting a brutal, violent revenge on the man who murdered his dad, joins John, an eager priest, and Twink, a hot-headed street hustler, on an epic quest to find and defeat this mythical monster known as Chris Fuchman AKA The Father’s Day Killer. REVIEW: It’s almost impossible to classify “Father’s Day” (and I’m not talking about that ridiculous film from 1997). This film is the brainchild of Astron-6, who … Continue reading

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Film Review: Astron-6 (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Astron-6 is the brainchild of these five iconoclastic, multi-media artists who share a fascination with the mechanics of fear and laughter. They subvert the expectations of the seasoned viewer with the nightmarish and absurd. Their imagery and recurring themes are often torn from the childhood of the irony-craving, internet savvy Generations X and Y. That is, they often lampoon genre films of the 1980s. REVIEW: When Lloyd Kaufman hands you a DVD and asks … Continue reading

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