Fantastic Fest is upon us again and delta variant be damned, Austin City’s celebration of...Read More
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The hi-octane scare sequence is a horror fan’s dream. Nothing gets your blood ringing in...Read More
[Fantastic Fest 2020 Review] THE BOY BEHIND THE DOOR is An Anxiety-Inducing Thriller Straight Out Of Every Parent’s Nightmares
If you don’t like movies that give you anxiety, or stories that put children in danger,...Read More
[Fantastic Fest 2020 Review] THE STYLIST is A Shaggy Serial Killer Story Despite Its Razor Sharp Lead
Three years ago writer/director Jill Gevargizian made waves with a short film that featured a...Read More
There’s nothing like a good werewolf movie to help you ring in the foggy, full moon season....Read More
[Fantastic Fest 2019 Review] THE MORTUARY COLLECTION is the Greatest Horror Anthology Since TRICK R’ TREAT
Horror Anthologies are hard to nail. Though always entertaining and delightful, few can hold...Read More
[Fantastic Fest 2019 Review] IN THE TALL GRASS Adapts Stephen King & Joe Hill’s Novella into A Quick, Clean “Netflix Movie”
Vincenzo Natali’s In The Tall Grass will be released to the streaming world October 4, 2019...Read More
[Fantastic Fest 2019 Review] Subtle and Surprising Sci-Fi SYNCHRONIC is a Mind-Breaking Mixture of Hallucinogens and Horrors
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead’s Synchronic celebrated its US premiere at Fantastic Fest...Read More
Few films dare to brave a simple premise. With Hollywood building CGI skyscrapers of Superheroes...Read More
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