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Black Medusa Chattanooga Film Festival Review

Black Medusa Is A Bleak, Beautiful Vision Of Vengeance [Chattanooga Film Festival 2021 Review]

Late nights. Loud music muffled to a  thump as sweaty bodies sway. Black Medusa‘s Nada (Nour Hajri) spends her evenings in a world of dives and dance floors. Young and beautiful, she has a ready...

An Ideal Host Chattanooga Film Festival Review

An Ideal Host Throws A Horror Comedy Party Worth Crashing [Chattanooga Film Festival 2021 Review]

All Liz (Nadia Collins) wants is to throw an amazing dinner party at her rural Australian farmhouse. An ideal host, old friends, and a new home combining to make an unforgettable day. Her fiancee Jack...

Bloodshot Heart Chattanooga Film Festival Movie Review

This ‘Bloodshot Heart’ Beats For Retro Giallo [Chattanooga Film Festival 2021 Review]

Parish Malfitano’s Bloodshot Heart opens in sun dappled Super 8, clear skies and endless horizon as waves crash gently to the shore. The score is lilting and sinister, and it is immediately appa...

Chattanooga Film Festival Returns Virtually for 2021, Announces Opening And Closing Titles

Chattanooga Film Festival Returns Virtually For 2021, Announces Opening & Closing Film Screenings

The Chattanooga Film Festival was one of the first festivals to go virtual as the world entered lockdown. The pivot allowed genre film fans to digitally come together for 4 jam packed days of shorts, ...