Fantastic Fest is split in two and I’ve highlighted a handful of films in each half worthy of your attention. Below are the films that really made an impact.
The Mortuary Collection is a thrilling horror anthology offering a good balance between the frightful stories and grisly imagery with solid performances throughout.
With another Fantastic Fest Film Festival in the bag, my tenth year attending, I’m thrilled to share some of best movies from the fest. For those not familiar, Fantastic Fest is an annual genre film festival held in Austin, TX and this year was the 15th anniversary....
The new batch of mini-Fantastic Fest reviews! As before, these are 2019 releases unless otherwise noted and spoiler-free. The Ship of Monsters (1960) Directed by Rogelio A. González, written by José María Fernández Unsáin. From Mexico. Secret words: Aliens. Creatures....
My first Fantastic Fest was jam-packed full of genre films from multiple countries, and I had the time of my life exhausting myself to see as many as possible. That ended up adding up to two screeners, 30 films in the theater, and a feature-length shorts program. I...
Brad and Mike get box wine-drunk and discuss Three From Hell, Dracula's Daughter and more!
Jay Hawkinson (@sleestakk) and Cati Glidewell (@BlondeInFront) join Sean to wrap up Nightmares Film Festival 2019 in Columbus, Ohio!
We had sneakers on the ground at Fantastic Fest 2019 in Austin, TX. Brad and Stephanie TELL ALL! They discuss AFTER MIDNIGHT, GUNS AKIMBO, PARASITE, KNIVES OUT, THE DEATH OF DICK LONG, VHYES, THE POOL, JALLIKATTU, BLISS, VFW, COME TO DADDY, and more!
While Brad and Steph do Fantastic Fest stuff, Sean and Mike test out our new recording system (with mixed results) and go off on Fred Durst's THE FANATIC.
Episode 169. This episode was almost lost. Audio quality is "EH" but we found it.