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Fantastic Fest Review: The Void
If there’s one thing The Void isn’t short on, it’s blood. In the Q&A following the film, directors Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski (Father’s Day, Manborg) revealed that the film features over 80 gallons of fake blood, and while every scene drips with viscous gore, one particularly stands out.

2:15PM Fri. Sep. 23, Dan Gentile Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: The Invisible Guest
The trick to a good mystery: Nod to the audience with beloved tropes, but still find a way to keep everyone guessing. No big secret, but also no easy task – especially if it’s an audience of seasoned genre fans. Cue genre provocateur Oriol Paulo.

12:00PM Fri. Sep. 23, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

Lee Majors Can't Stop
Icon is an abused term. But when you're talking about Lee Majors, any lesser description would be absurd.

10:00AM Fri. Sep. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest: American Honey
Not many first-time actresses see their debut feature at Cannes, but that's exactly what happened to Sasha Lane, star of American Honey. She said, "Oh my gosh, my mind is still blown."

9:30AM Fri. Sep. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest: 24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters
Kevin Burke remembers the print that led him to make 24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters. "It was There Will be Blood by Olly Moss. I'd never seen a screenprint movie poster before, and I immediately fell in love with it. It had been years since I had cared about a film poster that much."

9:00AM Fri. Sep. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest: Zoology
Russian black comedy Zoology is the fable of a woman who grows a tail: But which came first, the actress or the appendage? Director Ivan Tverdovsky explained via email that his modern parable was always to be told by his star Natalya Pavlenkova. "She is an actress who can make a director imagine a character – a rare gift."

6:00AM Thu. Sep. 22, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Bullock Premieres Laser Projector
You know how modern 3D movies seem blurry and dim without the glasses? What if every movie you’ve ever seen was like that, and you just didn’t know it? The Bullock Texas State History Museum is preparing to unveil new laser projectors that present sharper, brighter images, and enhanced audio systems that allow for a more immersive moviegoing experience.

1:00PM Wed. Sep. 21, Spencer Beghtol Read More | Comment »

Into the Capsule
The space race was Russia versus the U.S.A., right? Wrong. For a brief period, there was a third runner: Great Britain. Because that era was shrouded in secrecy and Cold War paranoia, much of its involvement has been hidden. Now speculative history Capsule tells a "what if?" story of the UK in orbit.

1:15PM Tue. Sep. 20, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Summoning the Blair Witch
Love it or hate it, The Blair Witch Project birthed a genre, and any sequel will raise a firestorm. Simon Barrett, writer of the new installment, simply titled Blair Witch, is used to controversy. He said, "Every few years, one of our films comes out and everyone gets mildly angry, and then we go back to work."

11:30AM Fri. Sep. 16, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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