Chaos Reigns! Into the Madness of Fantastic Fest, the Alamo Drafthouse's Celebration of the Unhinged and Glorious
Chaos Reigns! Into the Madness of Fantastic Fest, the Alamo Drafthouse's Celebration of the Unhinged and Glorious
Fantastic Fest Flicks From the American Genre Film Archive
Fantastic Fest Flicks From the American Genre Film Archive
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Movie Review: It Lives Inside
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Fantastic Fest Review: Falling Stars
Witchcraft in the desert as a chillingly minimalist road trip
Richard Whittaker • Sep. 22, 2023
Fantastic Fest Review: Animalia
Lyrical and beautiful alien invasion flick looks inwards
Richard Whittaker • Sep. 22, 2023
Fantastic Fest Review: The Toxic Avenger
Troma hero gets a joyfully idiotic big budget remake
Richard Whittaker • Sep. 22, 2023
Five Fantastic Fest Flicks From the American Genre Film Archive
AGFA Creative Director Joseph A. Ziemba goes bugnuts with this year’s restorations
Richard Whittaker • Sep. 22 issue
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“After Dark” Singer Mr. Kitty Exchanged Explicit Messages with Underage Fan Russian teen's claims go beyond artist's admission to fans
Touring fan convention comes to Austin with surprising star power
Richard Whittaker, Sep. 1 issue
Who will play, and what will become of them?
Matthew Monagle, Aug. 18 issue
All the colors of the cinematic rainbow gather for the All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival's biggest annual event
Richard Whittaker, Aug. 18 issue
Director and Fantastic Fest regular Ángel Manuel Soto reveals his own secret origin
Richard Whittaker, Aug. 18 issue
Hopes of a bumper production year fade as unions fight for a fairer future for their members
Richard Whittaker, Aug. 11 issue
Director Marian Yeager on how the Austin-made rom-com escaped the “no” pile
Richard Whittaker, Aug. 11 issue
Will an image from an iconic Austin movie complete the picture?
Richard Whittaker, Aug. 4 issue
The director of Slacker and the film's sales agent discuss the creative importance of actor and musician Teresa Taylor
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