Fantastic Fest 2011 selection A BOY AND HIS SAMURAI is hilarious, sweet and earnest.
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Witness brother turn against brother in a heated battle that asks the age old question: are robots superior to humans?
April fell in love with this Japanese Pink Film about a mythical kappa's romance with a human woman.
Watch an astrophysicist and an Internet-famed despiser of NASA wail on each other.
YOU'RE NEXT is a pitch-black comedy with well-staged, wickedly ingenious and wonderfully brutal kills.
Part heist movie, part black comedy, part bloody as hell splatter flick, HEADHUNTERS isn’t perfect, but it’s always fun.
Ti West's follow-up to THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL brings the laughs and the chills in a remarkably deft haunted hotel movie.
BUNOHAN was a huge hit at this year’s Fantastic Fest, and April sat down with director Dain Said to talk about the monsoons, vipers and leeches that plagued the production, among other insights from the film.
Brian loves this Norse romantic comedy that takes Miike’s AUDITION as a starting point.
Brian, a fan of the first two PARANORMAL ACTIVITY films, finds the third a disappointment.
Don Coscarelli and Doug Jones stopped by Fantastic Fest to show preview footage of JOHN DIES AT THE END, and I’m stoked.
Exciting news about the acquisition of FF2011 film COMIN’ AT YA! 3D by Drafthouse Films!
April saw pedophile “romance” MICHAEL at Fantastic Fest. Read on for her thoughts!
When Rick Baker was in Austin for Fantastic Fest he talked about storyboarding the big transformation scene in AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF - here are those (probably never before published!) storyboards.
Brian Salisbury sat down with Rick Baker and talked AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON.
Zombie Ass is about a plague of colon-dwelling worm monsters that turn people into zombies or some other manner of meat-based gore puppet. We sat down with director Noboru Iguchi, mad special effects scientist Yoshihiro Nishimura, and actor Demo Tanaka who all plied their respective trades on both films.
The directors of INSIDE return with a very different sort of horror movie. A not terribly good one.
The latest film from TIMECRIMES director Nacho Vigalondo is sweet, smart and funny.
Can’t go to Fantastic Fest and feeling a little stabby about it? Here are a few tips for recreating your own festival experience at home.
As the BAD team converges on Austin, expect things to get a little quiet here. This is an open discussion post!
If you’re in Austin for Fantastic Fest this weekend and want to stalk Brian Collins, we have his schedule for you.
Horror icon Barbara Crampton talks YOU’RE NEXT, Fantastic Fest and her favorite horror films.
A few quick questions with regular Fantastic Fest maniac Nacho Vigalondo.
April gives you the BAD and Alamo team picks for must-eat restaurants during your Fantastic Fest stay in Austin.
I take you through each of the 34 countries represented at Fantastic Fest and every feature film they have to offer.
Grady returns with this week’s look at crazy Hong Kong cinema. This time it’s the blood-soaked world of weird, crunky horror films.
The indie video game festival part of Fantastic Fest returns and yes, it features a game called JESUS VS DINOSAURS.
The final batch of incredible films playing Fantastic Fest are announced.
The newest wave of film titles for 2011’s edition of Fantastic Fest, the best film festival in the world.
Some amazing titles are announced for Fantastic Fest 2011. Plus: Fantastic Fest celebrates 3D as only the Alamo Drafthouse would.
Man oh man, when I got my first look at Mike Saputo’s Fantastic Fest 2011 poster this morning I could hardly comprehend the epicness my eyeballs were staring at.