Oh, The Boat. I went into this film really wanting to love it. It had all of the elements of a...Read More
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[Fantastic Fest Review] ONE CUT OF THE DEAD is Standard Zombie Fare… and Then it Really, Really Isn’t
The horror-comedy One Cut Of The Dead (Kamera O Tomeru Na!) contains what is probably the silliest...Read More
[Fantastic Fest Review] LORDS OF CHAOS is a Confronting Glimpse into the Rise of Norwegian Black Metal
I’ll admit, other than appreciating the odd festival where you’ll find me buzzing in...Read More
A last-minute addition to the 2018 Fantastic Fest schedule, Richard Shepard’s The Perfection...Read More
A supernatural tale unlike most you have seen before, Murder Me, Monster (Muere, Monstruo, Muere)...Read More
French filmmaker Gaspar Noé is know for making some of modern cinema’s most challenging...Read More
[Fantastic Fest Review] By-The-Books Cop Thriller DESTROYER is A Grim, Suspenseful Tale Of Redemption
Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer is not only a transformative film for her career, it presents the...Read More
[Fantastic Fest Interview] Jeremy Saulnier & Macon Blair Discuss HOLD THE DARK And Their Approach To Violence
Jeremy Saulnier and Macon Blair has been making movies together their entire adult lives. Their...Read More
[Fantastic Fest Review] THE STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK is A Brilliantly Tense Noir Fueled By Paranoia
Henry Dunham’s The Standoff At Sparrow Creek celebrated its US premiere at the 2018...Read More
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