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'Split' Movie Review: James McAvoy Delivers in M. Night Shyamalan's Unhinged Return to Form

By now, many of you probably heard about Split, the latest offering from M. Night Shyamalan which had it’s world premiere at Fantastic Fest… 628 more words


How Failing An Escape Room Made Me Realize The Value Of Leadership

I sat down at a special table with a ‘Reserved’ sign in the center, surrounded by three people I’d never met. In front of each of us sat a legal document, waiting for our signatures — which were required if we intended to go any further. 2,318 more words

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We almost got an Elijah Wood vs. Daniel Radcliffe fight at Fantastic Fest

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It would have been a battle for the ages.

Middle-earth vs. Hogwarts. Hobbit vs. wizard. Sword vs. wand. Frodo Baggins vs. Harry Potter. 304 more words


Video: What's fantastic about Fantastic Fest?

Back in episode 127 of the show, we spoke to film critic Joe Gross and “Shots” producer Alyssa Vidales about what films to look out for that came out of this year’s Fantastic Fest. 120 more words

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‘February’ (‘The Blackcoat’s Daughter’) Feels Like the Lovechild of Christopher Nolan and Stanley Kubrick (Review)

Written by: Matt Molgaard

Directed by: Oz Perkins

Cast: Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, Lucy Boynton

Oz Perkins, son to the late, great Anthony Perkins, may not be what most would recognize as a powerhouse genre contributor, but if… 840 more words


Fantastic Fest Review: Dearest Sister

Written by Tron Delapp

When discussing the output of films from other countries, Laos is not one of the first, or even fifteenth, mentioned. To date, Laos has only produced seven motion pictures, of which Dearest Sister is the seventh, and only two horror films, of which Dearest Sister is the second following Chanthaly, both directed by Mattie Do. 1,109 more words

Statesman Shots #127: John Spottswood Moore on 'When We Were Live,' Fantastic Fest highlights

On the show this week: Austin filmmaker John Spottswood Moore, the golden age of public access TV in Austin, John’s upcoming documentary “When We Were Live” about ’80s and ’90s Austin public access, the first time Sixth Street was ever open to the public, public access stars like Carmen Banana, Internet hoaxes, Fantastic Fest highlights, “Halt and Catch Fire” S3, “Bad Lip Reading” on YouTube, and “Documentary Now!” on IFC. 567 more words

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