An innovative and important showcase of contemporary Canadian horror, genre and underground cinema, Blood in the Snow supports and exhibits independent Canadian genre media artists while challenging social boundaries and exploring artistic taboos. The festival is held in Toronto, Ontario and brings together audiences, media coverage, community partnerships, and the filmmaking industry in a celebration of Canadian genre films. BITS was founded in 2012 and became a not-for-profit organization in 2015.
Horror Facts is excited to be apart of the film festival while in attendance we are able to see the latest and greatest new horror films, thus providing you the readers an insight to the festival and reviewing the films that are appearing at Blood in the Snow.
Continuing with our coverage of the Blood in the Snow film festival, we at Horror Facts thought we would check out the satire serial killer short film Not Another Serial Killer by directors Angela Hanna Goulene and Alessandro Russotti. Not Another Serial Killer, official synopsis: Tessa Fey is a young millennial with many assets; only one problem, though, all the men she attracts are serial killers. The film opens with an unknown woman who enters… More
Continuing with our coverage of the Blood in the Snow film festival, we at Horror Facts thought we would check out the holiday horror short The Last Christmas next and see if we can stay off Santa’s naughty list this year. The Last Christmas official synopsis: ‘Tis the night before Christmas and all is peaceful. Parents get much-needed rest, whilst children dream expectantly. Unfortunately for teenage cheerleader, Kirsten, her dream quickly turns into a nightmare… More
Winter is coming, and you know what that means fiends – it’s time for HorrorFacts.com to once again venture north to bask in the macabre majesty of Canada’s premier celebration of genre cinema, the Blood in the Snow Film Festival. Taking place November 20-25 within the stunning confines of Toronto’s Isabel Bader Theatre, Blood in the Snow 2023 stands ready to drench audiences in the year’s most thrilling selection of provocative Canadian horror. For 12… More
After having to change to a virtual format last year due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the Blood in the Snow Film Festival is pleased to welcome fans back to the Royal Cinema this year. Blood in the Snow, which showcases the best in independent Canadian horror, is set to take place between November 18 – 23 at the Royal Cinema in Toronto, Ontario. We, at Horror Facts, are also pleased to announce that we… More
“and if they were not your creators?” Does a human being ever owe another human being for bringing them into existence? Is supposed creation cause for unquestionable servitude and eternal gratitude despite the circumstances of their condition? Do cult leaders have a genuine interest in the well-being of their followers? Do religion and the fear of the unknown justify horrible means? Or, is it all just in the interest of serving a leader’s needs, wants,… More
Research scientist Dale Borger struggles to maintain his solitary existence in the Arctic. As Dale represents humanity’s last hope in the face of a global pandemic, all hope falls on his shoulders. This short horror film, Hell in a Handbasket, by Lee Chambers, explores a whole new level of our natural fear of isolation and being alone. Hell in a Handbasket was one of the excellent new horror films I screened at the Blood in… More
As you’re aware, we at Horror Facts have been lucky enough to get advance copies of some of the films featured at this year’s Blood in the Snow Film Festival. We’ve already had the opportunity to watch and review ‘He Comes at Night,’ ‘The Call of Cableulhu,’ ‘The Monster Upstairs,’ and ‘Vicious Fun.’ One of the next films we would like to introduce you to is the seven-minute-twenty-seven-second horror short film, ‘The Phone Interview.’ ‘The… More
With its short runtime of two minutes and seven seconds, The Monster Upstairs is among the shorter films at this year’s Blood in the Snow festival. Yet, this film does have a certain appeal due to the mood it depicts in its limited run time. Inspired by true events, THE MONSTER UPSTAIRS is a short horror film starring Kira Hall, and the monster upstairs… Synopsis A woman is awoken in the middle of the night by her partner;… More
The brand-new short film Spark will screen at the blood in the snow movie festival in 2022. a film festival showcasing the best independent and full-length indie horror in the genre. The strange movie Spark opens with a man outside after a woman asks him to enter, but is there something more sinister at work? Let’s find out. The scene soon cuts to Roxanne being questioned about Harold’s disappearance, one of the two main characters… More
As the eerie chill of winter whispers through the streets, the Blood in the Snow Film Festival continues to ignite the fiery passion of horror and thriller enthusiasts. Welcome back, dear readers, to our nightly recount of Canada’s most chilling cinematic celebration. We’ve passed the halfway mark, but the festival shows no signs of cooling down. If anything, the tales have grown darker, the suspense tighter, and the thrills more intense. Day 4 looms on… More
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Visit Blood in the Snow in-person at The Royal Theatre November 18-23, 2021