Fantastic Fest Review: ANOTHER WOLFCOP

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Cult cinema is the most unique, twisted and enjoyable types of film in a theatrical experience. Films that have a distinctive heart,  and puts that heart above the price tag, usually tend to resonate on a much deeper level with fans, above the watered-down tentpoles of the year. Following that heart-filled approach to cult cinema is director […]

XLrator Media and Bluefox Entertainment Team up to Bring Diverse Films to North America

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XLrator Media has done a hell of a job bringing quite the diverse amount of films to genre fans, having released everything from Jen & Sylvia Soska’s body horror revenge tale AMERICAN MARY to the Toby Stephen-led Scifi film THE MACHINE to audiences all around. Now, looking to bring even more films to North American […]

Fantastic Fest Review: THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE

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The bond between a father and son is key to the development of a man’s life. A father can be a teacher, friend, mentor, structure, a bastard and a compass. When the son decides to leave and find his own path, it brings pride, drama and a realistic tension that creates compelling storytelling. One of […]

FRIGHT AT HOME – The Best of September!! THE SHALLOWS, THE NEON DEMON, SALEM’S LOT and MORE

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Typically what we do with our ongoing Fright At Home column, is showcase the top releases of whatever respective week that the column falls on. This time though, I thought it would be fun to spread the coverage to highlight some of our favorite releases to have been put out during the month of September, […]

Fantastic Fest Review: THE VOID

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Perhaps one of the most visual and distinctive horror films to be screened at this year’s FANTASTIC FEST is Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski’s visually disturbing and edgy film THE VOID, which played as part of the “midnight madness” selections at the festival. Moving away from the twisted humor of films like FATHER’S DAY and MANBORG, the writers, […]

GIVEAWAY: Win A Bluray Copy of Refn’s Latest, THE NEON DEMON!!

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Nicolas Winding Refn is one of few directors who live by the auteur approach, making each film his way and whether you are or aren’t a fan, it’s impossible to deny that the guy has an eye for details and the style of such details. Refn’s newest, the glitz, glamour and violence-filled film THE NEON […]

Fantastic Fest Review: SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD

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We all have dreams of being with someone older than us. The one that is out of reach and sits only in our fantasy like a teacher, co-worker or perhaps a babysitter. In director Chris Peckover’s latest horror film SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD, we learn that such desires can be deadly. Opening as a similar story line […]

Fantastic Fest Review: THE INVISIBLE GUEST

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Kicking off the latest incarnation of the Austin, Texas based genre bending film festival FANTASTIC FEST, fans got to witness the intense and powerhouse crime thriller THE INVISIBLE GUEST from Spain. As nervous laughs weaved through the theater, the audience was shown great respect by the project as a whole with smart execution, pinpoint timing […]