A Ghost Story, Spider-Man: Homecoming, and more
Capsule reviews of It, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Theory of Obscurity, and more!
Pink Floyd's Roger Waters updates his classic rock opera and is caught showing feelings of an almost human nature
A documentary on one of the ’90s’ most notorious film flops, and a Friedkin film even Friedkin won't talk about
A summary of this year's Fantastic Fest
Documentaries about movie posters and Kubrick, the latest from Benny Chan, and more
The internet demands lists! The best of Fantastic Fest 2015.
The final day! Featuring: Kurt Russell's new Western Bone Tomahawk; Love and Peace, the latest from Japanese director Sion Sono; Sean Byrne's sophomore effort The Devil's Candy; the Czech documentary Daniel's World. Daniel's World (Czech Republic; Veronika Lisková, 2015) Daniel's World is easily the most controversial and difficult film of the festival. The titular Daniel is a twenty-something student and … Continue reading Fantastic Fest 2015: Day Eight
On the fourth day: video-game documentary Man vs. Snake; French body-horror Evolution; and Danish zombie flick What We Become. Evolution (France; Lucile Hadzihalilovic, 2015) Co-written and directed Lucile Hadzihalilovic, one of Gaspar Noé's occasional collaborators (she participated in Enter the Void, but I won't hold that against her), Evolution seems to have a polarizing effect on … Continue reading Fantastic Fest 2015: Day Four
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