A sociological thriller and an animated neo-noir
A story of grief and racial violence, a mash-up of animation styles, and a creepy specimen of cosmic horror
Pink Floyd's Roger Waters updates his classic rock opera and is caught showing feelings of an almost human nature
Can Lackey survive the overdriven riffmongering of Cyber City Oedo 808? Can Elwood tolerate the slapstick antics of Danger Mouse? If they can't, will the episode end early?
A summary of this year's Fantastic Fest
The latest from Studio Ghibli and Ana Lily Amirpour, and more
Mad science runs amok as a feckless suburbanite goes to extreme lengths to improve his golf score, and a cancer patient turns into a human jellyfish
The internet demands lists! The best of Fantastic Fest 2015.
On day two: the quirky Dutch crime drama The Glorious Works of G.F. Zwaen; Darling, the latest psych-horror from the director of Pod; the highly-buzzed Green Room, starring Patrick Stewart and Anton Yelchin and directed by Jeremy Saulnier (Blue Ruin, Murder Party); and more. The Glorious Works of G.F. Zwaen (Denmark; Max Porcelijn, 2015) The … Continue reading Fantastic Fest 2015: Day Two
The first day: The Lobster, from the director of Dogtooh; and Belladonna of Sadness, a rediscovered Japanese animated head-trip from the early '70s. The Lobster (Greece/Ireland; Yorgos Lanthimos, 2015) In the dystopian future of The Lobster, the law the newly single to stay at "The Hotel," where they have forty-five days to find a new mate or … Continue reading Fantastic Fest 2015: Day One