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Kurt Russell, Turkish cinema in first wave of Fantastic Fest films

Fantastic Fest announced the first wave programming lineup for its 11th annual festival of genre madness including the world première of Craig Zahler’s amazingly-named, festival-closing existential horror western “Bone Tomahawk”with Kurt Russell and Matthew Fox in attendance, a retrospective of Turkish Genre Cinema, and a Mondo Gallery event. 1,244 more words

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REDEEMER Is The Summer Action Movie To Watch!

You Won’t Want To Miss REDEEMER Starring Marko Zaror!

Acclaimed Chilean Director, Ernesto Diaz Espinoza (Mandrill, The ABC’s of Death, Kiltro) and Chilean Martial Arts action star, Marko Zaror ( 220 more words


"It Follows" on Friday the 13th

Hot on the heels of last fall’s “The Babadook” (dubbed by horror legend William Friedkin “the most terrifying film he had ever seen”), is the latest scare film being lauded for its horrifying ability to haunt and disturb audiences–David Robert Mitchell’s “It Follows”. 172 more words


Evrim joins the Fantastic Fest programming team!

Yes here’s some amazing news, our leader Evrim is now part of the Fantastic Fest programming team! Here’s the full press release that was sent out today: 290 more words

Fantastic Fest Mega-Post Part 3

What’s that you say? The third part of my adventures at Fantastic Fest? Counting down and reviewing the movies I ranked 15-18?! Well hell, let’s get to it! 2,783 more words

REVIEW: Shion Sono's Wacked Out 'Why Don't You Play in Hell' Is Like Three Stooges Meets Tarantino

Shion** Sono’s ‘Why Don’t You Play In Hell’ was my favorite film of last year’s Fantastic Fest, and opens today in Austin and New York. It expands to Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Kalamazoo, Kansas City, San Antonio, Yonkers, Cleveland, and Winchester, VA… 1,237 more words

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Review: 'Horns' Is The Worst Movie Of The Year So Far

Horns opens today in a handful of markets. Here is my original review from Fantastic Fest. 

Horns, directed by Alexander Aja of Piranha 3D… 979 more words

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