My favorite film out of the ongoing Fantasia Film Festival was Julian Gilbey’s absolutely incredible UK thriller A Lonely Place to Die, a rule-breaking genre film starring genre veteran Melissa George (Amityville Horror, 30 Days of Night, Turistas).
“This genre mash-up is a riveting circus of a movie that refuses to ever ease off the pedal. It’s so badass that Gilbey ignores the rules of cinema and risks it all to deliver a nonstop punch in the face that will have you on the edge of your seat from minute one.”
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