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Austin Film Festival: 61 Bullets
Louisiana’s infamous Governor Huey P. Long, as divisive a figure in American politics as ever lived, was assassinated by Dr. Carl Weiss on September 8, 1935. At least that’s what the textbooks say. The truth, it turns out, is a lot murkier.

9:00AM Wed. Oct. 29, 2014, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival: Poverty, Inc.
Opening with a Machiavelli quote and driving through the current Mixmaster of charitable giving, Poverty, Inc. seeks to investigate the “multibillion dollar poverty industry” on a global scale.

8:00AM Wed. Oct. 29, 2014, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival: The Sideways Light
Senility is a slow curse, the collapse of the mind before death. Yet if there is a life after death, would there be a worse curse than retaining that mental decline in the beyond?

4:00PM Tue. Oct. 28, 2014, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival: The Texas Promise
There's a few billion dollars missing from the Texas education budget, and every capitol and education reporter was a witness while the crime was committed. Plus everyone know who did it.

11:10AM Tue. Oct. 28, 2014, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival: One Eyed Girl
Aussie director Nick Matthews' feature debut is a queasy little head trip of the best kind. Equal parts drama and thriller, and dotted with a skewed sense of utopian idealism vs. modern mental medicine, it pits an unraveling psychologist against a backwoods community of spiritual seekers, with unpredictable results.

9:00AM Tue. Oct. 28, 2014, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

DVDanger: Box Sets of Blood
There's a moment in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre that marks the end of an era. "I'm about ready to call a cop," gasps Kirk (William Vail) after he helps kick the maniac hitchhiker (Ed Neal) out the van.

8:00AM Tue. Oct. 28, 2014, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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RIP Corey Mitchell
Reports began to arrive early this afternoon that Corey Mitchell, the true-crime author and Housecore Horror Film Festival co-founder, had suffered a heart attack this morning outside Emo’s and subsequently died mere hours after the second annual event had concluded.

8:10PM Mon. Oct. 27, 2014, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

Rooster Teeth Keeping Busy
One wonders when the crew at Rooster Teeth sleeps. Not only did the gaming culture and cult Web series creators raise $442,389 for the Extra Life charity this weekend (with a little help from a foul-mouthed LeVar Burton), but also managed to drop two more newsworthy items today.

4:03PM Mon. Oct. 27, 2014, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Festival: Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West
Don’t let the fact that this unique little gem of a film has been slotted into the dreaded “Family Film” category. Popovich and the Voice of the Fabled American West is crammed to bursting with witty gags, slapstick daredeviltry, and heart to spare.

10:30AM Mon. Oct. 27, 2014, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

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