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Lost Soul
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Every Fantastic Fest finds its own motifs emerging and if there’s one thing that Fantastic Fest didn’t lack this year it was great documentaries about film. Lost Soul, the story of Richard Stanley’s attempt to

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Refn
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It’s always a tricky business offering a look behind the curtain. Even the most revealing documentary is something that is by its very nature edited and shaped out of countless hours of footage. In its

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Joe Lynch
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Joe Lynch’s Everly was the best surprise of the the festival. A mean lean action film with a rocket fueled pace, twisted imagaination and real sense of heart. I hope this film gets the crossover

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David Robert Mitchell
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To say I loved David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows is something of an understatement. I’ve become evangelical about it. Stopping just short of accosting random strangers on the street. So I was understandably excited to

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kaguya
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Hayao Miyazaki’s retirement received plenty of press attention this year, being one of the most beloved filmmakers in the world will tend to have that effect. The fact that Isao Takahata also made what will

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No Man's Land
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No Man’s Land plays like a Sichuan version of Jim Thompson (with a soupcon of James M. Cain). It begins as a fairly standard story of an amoral lawyer who receives some long due comeuppance

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Features

Fantastic Fest starts on the 18th and I absolutely cannot wait. Fantastic Fest, the best genre film festival in the country, has been one of the highlights of my year since I moved to Austin

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ArtNews

We’re looking forward to Fantastic Fest even more now that Mondo has announce MondoCon. Keep reading for more details on this celebration of art and pop culture. Official Press Release: Mondo is thrilled to officially

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Within a matter of minutes I was transported back to a moment of time when my adolescent comrades and I would retreat to the woods on a bright summer afternoon, armed to the teeth with

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