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Fantastic Fest Review: Part Two

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Saturday 9/26

I was so exhausted this day, I don’t know how I functioned. Turns out waking up at 9 a.m., then going to bed at 2 a.m. 3,780 more words

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Film Review: 'Gridlocked'

Infused with an all-inclusive affection for 1990s action films — not just multiplex spectacle, but the sort of direct-to-video fare that employed the likes of Michael Pare and Wings Hauser — “Gridlocked” is brutally and divertingly efficient as an old-school, high-body-count shoot-’em-up. 613 more words


FF2015 : 'Ludo' - movie review

The world of horror continues to expand and different countries are continually dipping there feet into the industry. One country in particular that has made an impact in the industry is India. 739 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

FF2015 : 'February' - movie review

This striking debut feature from director Osgood ‘Oz’ Perkins takes us into a disturbing world of perpetual winter, where dark secrets lay in wait and nothing is as it seems. 312 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

FF2015 : 'German Angst' - movie review

Wow, don’t let anyone tell you Germans can’t make good horror films (I don’t know who would say that anyway). German Angst is an anthology of three films directed by three German directors and mostly focused on love and sex with a heavy dose of surrealism. 635 more words

Horror Movie Reviews

Fantastic Fest Review: February (2015)

Director: Osgood Perkins
Cast: Emma Roberts, Kiernan Shipka, Lauren Holly, James Remar, Lucy Boynton.

It seems the new trend in Horror Films has shifted from the dominant slasher genre to ‘atmospheric horror,’ a sub genre which relies mainly on odd camera angles, muted soundtrack and the implication of terrible things to come rather than delivering the outright punch of in your face grotesqueness. 1,132 more words

Fantastic Fest Review: Remake, Remix, Rip Off (2015)

Director: Cem Kaya


When I first moved to Austin, Texas way back in 2001 I was opened up to the Alamo Drafthouse, one of the most unique theaters in the United States.   1,327 more words