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Fantastic Fest Review: The Dwarves Must Be Crazy
If there’s one thing the Thai film industry knows how to do, it’s weird the fuck out of foreigners.

5:30PM Sun. Sep. 25, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest: The Autopsy of Jane Doe
The human body is not a miracle. It is a puzzle to be solved, and nowhere more so than on the coroner's slab. The Autopsy of Jane Doe presents the cadaver as conundrum, but the fiendish answer is one the cutters may not want to know.

4:50PM Sun. Sep. 25, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Aloys
Swiss writer-director Tobias Noelle’s debut feature Aloys weaves in and out of subterranean levels of loneliness in looking for a human connection. This psychological drama puts a private investigator, played with great effect by Georg Friedrich (Wild), behind the magnifying glass he’s rigorously fought to stay in front of.

4:00PM Sun. Sep. 25, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Original Copy
The day of the 40-foot, hand-painted banners that advertised this week’s Bollywood movies atop every cinema in India is vanishing – and so, too the poster artists who designed and made them, and their craft.

2:45PM Sun. Sep. 25, Marjorie Baumgarten Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Rats
The realms of documentary and horror intersect in Morgan Spurlock’s Rats, a film that explores the morbid relationship between vermin and the humans who study, kill, and live with them in sanitarily questionable harmony.

2:15PM Sun. Sep. 25, Dan Gentile Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: The Young Offenders
For the last few years, Irish cinema has been synonymous with horror. Yet for a good couple of decades, the Emerald Isle was the go-to destination for witty and playful satires, and The Young Offenders is a charming return for Irish comedy.

9:00AM Sun. Sep. 25, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Fantastic Fest Review: We Are the Flesh
Few terms are so ill-interchanged as immoral and amoral. The former takes glee in transgression, the latter refutes the very notion of values. For Mexican psychological horror We Are the Flesh, the question is whether the twisted purity of amorality is ever really possible.

11:00PM Sat. Sep. 24, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea
Do you miss MTV's Liquid Television? Are you still scarred from high school? Or do you just think James Cameron’s Titanic could’ve used more sharks? Then Fantastic Fest has good news: Comic book artist/writer turned writer/director, Dash Shaw, brought his debut feature, My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea, to Austin.

4:30PM Sat. Sep. 24, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Age of Shadows
Quality espionage thrillers – especially those rooted in patriotism – purposefully convolute, only to be stripped and spun down to a base: a handful of altruistic truths.

2:45PM Sat. Sep. 24, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

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