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Jay Shaw debuts a beautiful new one-sheet.
A really, really rad clip.
He's half-man, half-machine – and all hero.
Brandon Cronenberg's film explores our fascination with celebrity. Read Phil's review!
Find out when the scifi band movie is coming to a theater near you.
The incredibly charming, smart kids' war movie knocked 'em dead at Fantastic Fest, and DHF is bringing it to you!
Never before seen video from Fantastic Fest: A sushi eating challenge that will turn your stomach.
One of the most popular shorts at Fantastic Fest 2012 is an Oscar contender!
And we mean RED.
There's a slasher on the loose in Derry. Time for babysitters to mount up.
April romanticizes underwater cave deaths in her review of the erudite amalgamation of genres VANISHING WAVES.
Hulk embraces the conceit of CLOUD ATLAS and he thinks you should too.
Hulk imparts the lessons he learned at Fantastic Fest this year.
Shaking up the action formula yields a pleasing result.
Time travel, robot hands, dinosaurs, Osama Bin Laden and videogames. And it might make you cry.
It's like a mutant, diseased sequel to JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI.
Fast, fun, smart and beautiful - LOOPER offers a rare combination of what makes films great.
April reviews the Hong Kong comedy about the adult film industry.
It's over! Let's reflect on the final two days.
Brian loves this documentary about haunted house obsessives living in Massachusetts.
A near-capsule review for a near-capsule movie.
Not nearly as bad as laying on a grenade. Probably similar to asphyxiation, though.
Another look at the divisive, unique film.
I do my best to capture the manic essence of Fantastic Fest 2012 with photos, videos and words.
Takeshi Kitano continues shooting all of Japan in the face.
Geneticists in Love: The Movie.
BenDavid Grabinski's untitled Fantastic Fest bumper won the Filmmaking Frenzy. Watch it!
We're over the hump and everyone's brains, eyeballs and livers are all melty.
Time Travel Is Fantastic, and these bumpers are the fantasticest!
Hulk calls it kind of story worth telling time and time again.
Brian says that what it lacks in story it makes up for with the number and variety of death scenes.
A reminder of what cinema can truly be.
Brian takes a look at the documentary about THE SHINING obsessives.
See photos and videos from all the crazy shit that's been happening at Fantastic Fest so far.
Brian revisits the horror fare he saw at Fantastic Fest 2011 and tells you where - and if - you can see them now.
And not a moment too soon.
Including the world premiere of Marcus Dunstan's THE COLLECTION!
Flashback to Comic Con! Devin checks out the sets for Tim Burton's FRANKENWEENIE and interviews producer Allison Abbate.
Read about all of the incredibly rad events held at Fantastic Fest this year!
We're closing with a bang!
More than 20 independent video games will be on display at this year’s Fantastic Arcade, the third annual showcase of independent games from the organizers of Fantastic Fest.
LOOPER, THE ABCs OF DEATH, SINISTER and more!
Get ready to geek out.
The opening night movie of Fantastic Fest is always a big deal, and this year's will feature Tim Burton's long-awaited return to animation!
See KLOWN the only way it deserves to be seen: drunk in a canoe.
Watch the singularly NSFW trailer for one of the funniest, grossest films of the year.
It's being described as SPEED on a piano. Sold!
Brandon Routh and Bret Harrison battle monsters in BenDavid Grabinski's short film that wowed em at Fantastic Fest.
Fantastic Fest 2011 fave and upcoming Drafthouse Films' acquisition COMIN' AT YA! 3D gets a new trailer and a release date for Texas theaters!
Each year Fantastic Fest crowns a new recipient of the AMD/Dell Next Wave Award, one of eight first time feature directors. This year's recipient has been nominated for an Oscar. Who are the other winners and what were their films?
Get excited, people.
BULLHEAD takes the Audience Award and the Special Jury prize for actor Matthias Schoenaerts!
Tonight at 5:30 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Fantastic Fest is throwing a karaoke party in conjunction with AFI Fest!
George Romero would be proud of this deeply political, deeply human zombie story.
If you’re in Austin for Fantastic Fest this weekend and want to stalk Brian Collins, we have his schedule for you.
Director Ti West discusses his film THE INNKEEPERS, Fantastic Fest and his “disgusting” chapter in Drafthouse Films’ THE ABCs OF DEATH.
A few quick questions with regular Fantastic Fest maniac Nacho Vigalondo.
The indie video game festival part of Fantastic Fest returns and yes, it features a game called JESUS VS DINOSAURS.
The trailer for Nacho’s follow-up to TIMECRIMES.
The final batch of incredible films playing Fantastic Fest are announced.
KNUCKLE, a documentary about Irish bare knuckle boxing, will play Fantastic Fest. Fantastic Fest co-founder Tim League will box the subject of the documentary. This is probably a very bad idea.
Can you guess the meaning of the eight new icons added to this year’s Fantastic Fest guide?
Check out the trailer for this Colombian movie that will be hitting Fantastic Fest in September.
Find out about the exciting and original short films that will play at Fantastic Fest, including a whole bunch of world premieres!
The newest wave of film titles for 2011’s edition of Fantastic Fest, the best film festival in the world.
Every year at Fantastic Fest we sit in a theater, drink some beer and watch 100 amazing cinematic deaths. This year you can submit your ideas for what should be shown. If your kill is chosen, you’ll win 100 DVDs and Blus!
You weird, crazy and awesome bumper could play before films at this year’s Fantastic Fest. Find out how!
Some amazing titles are announced for Fantastic Fest 2011. Plus: Fantastic Fest celebrates 3D as only the Alamo Drafthouse would.
Simon Rumley’s grim but great horror film can be yours from Badass Digest.
A new trailer for the wonderful found footage movie about trolls. And the people who hunt them.
Barrels on fire, a pool that exploded, and heavy metal mayhem triumphed at the official HESHER after-party this SXSW.
Badass Digest has five pairs of tickets for lucky LA area badasses to see the violent Aussie revenge film RED HILL, which wowed audiences at this year’s Fantastic Fest. Come see a movie on us!
Greg Nicotero’s United Monster Talent Agency played to great success at Fantastic Fest this year, and now the short is online for you, the home viewer, to home view!
The premise is simple: a Movietone newsreel from the Golden Age of Hollywood (read: Universal) monsters reveals that Frankenstein’s Monster, Dracula, The Wolf Man and Gillman are all actual beasts - and they’re all repped by the United Monster Talent Agency. It’s a fun, winking homage to some of the greatest creatures to ever grace the screen, and it’s filled with terrific Nicotero takes on the most famous monsters of all time.
One of the hits of this year’s Fantastic Fest gets picked up for a 2011 American release.