Chron of Us: Fantastic Fest Day 3

More news and reviews from Fantastic Fest in our daily podcast

Fantastic Fest rolled on yesterday with a bang, and The Austin Chronicle and One of Us podcast team were in the trenches with all the breaking news and reviews.

You can download and listen to our day three overview right here, including reviews and previews of:

Overlord, the high-budget Nazi zombie flick from producer J.J. Abrams, and;

• The latest collaboration from Jeremy Saulnier and Austin's own Macon Blair, the chilly thriller Hold the Dark (and read the full review here);

Plus many more titles that will be headed your way throughout the festival and into the Fall.

Fantastic Fest runs Sept. 20-27. For more news, reviews, and interviews, visit

Listen to today's episode of The Austin Chronicle/One of Us podcast here.

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