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— by Kyle Anderson: The beauty of a film festival is the crap-shoot aspect of it. A lot of times the films are new or small indies and so you only have a description, an image or two, and maybe a trailer to go on. You have to trust the programmers to give you something you’re going to find entertaining, if not love. So far, Fantasia Fest‘s virtual offering this year has given me an over-abundance of intriguing film offerings, ones which made making a tentative schedule very difficult. But one movie, Monster Seafood Wars, was an absolute no-brainer. One look at the image, a brief read of the blurb was all it took. I was not disappointed…

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