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Kevin Smith, Johnny Depp, And Their Daughters To Team Up For 'Yoga Hosers'

I normally farm these Kevin Smith posts out to Chareth Cutestory, simply because he maintains a level of hate for the “jorts-ensconced taint enthusiast” than I myself could ever muster, and I find it simply intoxicating. 487 more words

Film Drunk

The Bloc, South Lamar, Highball, & everything Alamo Drafthouse

**Warning kick ass photos ahead**

You can tell FANTASTIC FEST  is upon us as there have been tons of rumblings coming from the city of Austin. 719 more words

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‘Turned,’ ‘Fierce,’ ‘Gray Beyond’ Make Austin Fantastic Market Cut

LOCARNO – Andres Rosende’s “The Turned,” Francisco Lorite’s “Fierce” and Alejandro Fernandez Almendras’ “The Gray Beyond” feature in a mouth-watering selection of Latin American and U.S. 1,061 more words

Markets & Festivals

Global Showbiz Briefs: Icon Takes UK On 'Hologram For The King'; 'The Last Five Years' Seals Multiple Deals; More

The UK’s Icon Film Distribution has acquired A Hologram For The King. The Tom Tykwer-directed comedic drama stars Tom Hanks and is based on the eponymous novel by Dave Eggers which Tykwer adapted. 342 more words


New FANTASTIC FEST Poster Emerges for 2014!

Fantastic Fest is a genre film festival that happens every year in Austin, Texas. Sadly, since I moved out of Texas recently, and can’t afford a planet ticket, I won’t be attending this year’s festival. 64 more words


Kevin Smith's Horror-Comedy 'Tusk' To Open Fantastic Fest 2014

Kevin Smith and his horror-comedy Tusk will open the 10th edition of genre-centric Fantastic Fest in Austin, the festival announced today. The tale of a podcaster (Justin Long) who goes missing while interviewing a mysterious seafarer in Manitoba will be released by A24 on September 19 after making its debut in Toronto. 1,216 more words


Kevin Smith's 'Tusk' and 'ABCs of Death 2' to premiere at Fantastic Fest

Both Kevin Smith’s Tusk and ABCs of Death 2 will screen at this year’s Fantastic Fest, it was announced today as the genre festival unveiled its first wave of programming. 211 more words