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Rift (2017) [REVIEW] [FANTASTIC FEST 2017]

One of the joys of covering film festivals is that you’re inundated with so many films that you don’t often have time to research all of them to find out what you want to see and why it should be seen. 609 more words

Horror Movies

Fantastic Fest Review: Tigers Are Not Afraid

Written by Antonio Quintero

              Tigers are not afraid is my favorite film of Fantastic Fest 2017. The film was made by Mexican Filmmakers Issa Lopez. It’s a beautiful film; but also, an important film about the crimes that are happening to our neighbors to the south. 455 more words


Review Written by Tron DeLapp 

Director: Nattawut Poonpiriya

Starring: Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying, Chanin Santinatornkul, Eisaya Hosuwan, Teeradon Supapunpinyo

            Do you remember a pretty good little heist/caper from 2004 called… 1,326 more words

The Nude Vampire

Written by Tron Delapp

Jean Rollin is the kind of director the word ‘auteur’ was created for.  Much like Mario Bava, Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci and Jesus Franco, Rollins unique visual style and almost completely avant garde approach to film-making permeates every film he ever made, resulting in one man’s unique vision hitting the screen.   979 more words

The Top 10 Films I Saw At Fantastic Fest 2017

As in every year I make a list of the top 10 films I saw at the festival. I put this list in no order. This are the films which define to me 2017 Fantastic Fest. 891 more words

The Makers Of 'Five Fingers For Marseilles' On Creating A South African Western Years In The Making

If you are now or have ever struggled with the difficulty of getting a film together, take heart: Whatever challenges you face probably aren’t as big as those South African filmmakers Sean Drummond and Michael Matthews had to overcome in order to finish… 1,280 more words


Angela Robinson On 'Professor Marston And The Wonder Women' And Our Stagnant Cultural Progress

It might seem like genius marketing to release a prestigious biopic that explores the deeper meaning behind the creation of Wonder Woman just a few months after her first solo-movie has… 1,651 more words