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FF2014 - 'Spring' - movie review

The gentlemen who brought us the hit indie flick RESOLUTION return with their sophomore effort SPRING. This time around directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead tell a hauntingly beautiful tale of monsters and unconditional love. 342 more words

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Jen On Genre: Brawling At Fantastic Fest; Stan Lee Capes His Career With Bollywood Creation

Jen Yamato covers film for Deadline, but she especially loves genre. That’s the place where a million dollar budget film has the best chance to do 20 times its cost on opening weekend, with the right concept and an eye catching trailer. 1,872 more words


Daniel Radcliffe Becomes The Devil In 'Horns,' And Punishes Us With A Terrible, Terrible Movie

Fantastic Fest Review: Horns, coming Halloween day, courtesy of Radius-TWC

Horns, directed by Alexander Aja of Piranha 3D (which I actually sorta liked) and starring Daniel Radcliffe, is based on a¬†novel by Stephen King’s son, Joe Hill. 980 more words

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Keanu Reeves Says He Would Make 'Speed 3' (And Was Probably Joking)

Among the many films that have been showing at Fantastic Fest in Austin for the last week is the ass-kicking Keanu Reeves thriller John Wick… 230 more words

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The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Wins Audience Award at Fantastic Fest

GKids has announced that Isao Takahata and Studio Ghibli’s The Tale of Princess Kaguya anime film won the Audience Award at Texas’ Fantastic Fest.

The distributor said on Twitter they are “super proud” and “honored” by the win. 40 more words


'It Follows': A Supernatural STD Takes Michigan In The Year's Best Horror Film

The idea that sex and sexuality play an important role in horror movies, which so frequently involve a jiggling ingenue fleeing some supernatural dread, has long been acknowledged. 1,105 more words

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