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A quirky indie movie about manchildren getting maturity by taking care of a precocious child? How the hell did A BAG OF HAMMERS end up being a good movie?
In this charming documentary, we embark upon a tender adventure with an aspiring Kris Kringle over the course of one holiday season where there isn’t a witless moment to be found.
It’s got a mean muscle car and a cool indie aesthetic, but BELLFLOWER just doesn’t work as a movie.
The documentary about the man whose hand moves SESAME STREET’s Elmo is sweet, inspirational and moving. You’ll believe a puppet can make you cry.
What do you get when you mix mumblecore and indie horror? A huge steaming pile of shit.
One of the smash hits of SXSW, THE FP, finally gets a trailer. It’s not safe for work! You’ve been warned!
Badass Digest’s own Devin Faraci joined Neil Miller, Todd Gilchrist and some other people to have a panel discussion about being a good film blogger.
Stop focusing on the accent non-issue, web guys. Start focusing on how good the movie is.
Here’s a hearty second helping of film posters to follow-up on Monday’s post, spotlighting the best one-sheets of SXSW Film 2011.
A Twitter debate took place earlier today that I thought was worthy of classic debate breakdown.
Mel Gibson’s performance is amazing and THE BEAVER tackles depression with a realism rarely seen in Hollywood movies. But good intentions do not a good film make.
Super Mario Bros re-envisioned as an indie tale of drug abuse and bad relationships.
The first sale of SXSW is a SXFantastic title. Yay home team! Yay Ben Wheatley!
As most of the BAD Team is knee deep in SXSW shenanigans, I thought it would be fitting to spotlight the best poster designs for films playing the 2011 fest.
Two years ago Ben Wheatley’s first film, DOWN TERRACE, was a huge hit at Fantastic Fest. Now he brings his horror movie THE KILL LIST to the Fantastic Fest-curated portion of SXSW.
Yes, amidst the vats of BBQ sauce, the buckets of Lone Star, and the drunken networking, there are panels to see, people to meet and actual things to learn. With two days to go before SXSW Interactive starts you might as well figure out your schedule now and I’m here to help.
The mad genius behind the insane Dance Dance Revolution-inspired gang film THE FP open up about creating an alternate bizarre youth culture without the benefit of a budget.
The director of the filthy, rude Polish cartoon - playing in the SXFantastic section of SXSW - gets on the phone to discuss the making of his movie, and why it’s a landmark in Polish animation.
Only on Badass Digest: a clip from the documentary that explores the 25 year history of SXSW, from its humble beginnings to the current mega-fest that encompasses music, film and interactive.
The ultimate predator meets their ultimate enemy… who happens to ride dirt bikes.
Comedy, horror, meta slasher satire, generational commentary and Dane Cook in the Paul Gleason role. DETENTION.
PAUL is coming to SXSW March 13th, and he’s bringing a limited edition poster with him.
Pictures from the amazing gangs playing Dance Dance Revolution movie that’s playing at SXSW.
The sequel to the cult classic Canadian mockumentary FUBAR is hitting SXSW, and we have the trailer.
Loud noise! Loud noise! The trailer for INSIDIOUS jams a lot of images, noise into a short runtime.
HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN! INSIDIOUS! A movie about rival gangs duking it out with a dancing video game! Much more! The awesome midnight line-up of SXSW 2011.
SXSW announces more films, including the new Mel Gibson and a documentary about Conan O’Brien’s ‘Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On Television’ tour.
Duncan Jones’ follow-up to MOON hits the festival circuit as the opening night film at the hip SXSW Film Festival in Austin.
This is perhaps my favorite novelty Jack O’Lantern of all time - one based on THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE.