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Q&A: Aharon Keshales Enters Texas Darkness in South of Heaven
When Aharon Keshales cast Jason Sudeikis as ex-con Jimmy in Lone Star crime flick South of Heaven, he thought he was opening a new perspective on the actor. He didn't realize there was a catch. "Nobody wants anything bad happening to Ted Lasso."

6:00AM Tue. Oct. 19, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Brené Brown Sits Down With Ted Lasso Star Brett Goldstein at ACL Festival
He’s here, he’s there, he’s every-fucking-where. Roy Kent! Roy Kent! The fictional footballer's signature chant preceded an overflowing, ultra-packed Saturday slot at ACL’s conversation-oriented Bonus Tracks stage.

8:37AM Sun. Oct. 10, Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Of Fleece and Folklore: Noomi Rapace and Valdimar Jóhannsson Raise a Lamb
People have a lot of strange ideas about sheep. That they're soft and cuddly, stupid and easily scared. Not so, Noomi Rapace observed. "They're brutal."

6:12PM Fri. Oct. 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Sound Unseen Comes Back to Rock the Movies
Live music is back. Seeing films in the cinema, that's definitely back. So why not mix the two together with the second year in Austin of Sound Unseen Film + Music Festival, running in-person later this month and online in November?

5:25PM Thu. Oct. 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Brea Grant's Madelines to Open Other Worlds Film Festival
If any film festival was suited to go hybrid IRL/online, it would be the sci-fi-centric Other Worlds, and now it's announced that the opening night film for it's in-person end will be Madelines, the slippery time travel adventure from Haychet producer Jason R. Miller and 12 Hour Shift director (and UT alum) Brea Grant.

10:30AM Thu. Oct. 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Interview: Chris Atkins Investigates Who Killed the KLF?
They were the KLF. Also known as the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu. Furthermore known as the JAMS. And Chris Atkins Fantastic Fest-selected documentary Who Killed the KLF? may be the closest anyone comes to uncovering the mystery of the band that blew up the music industry during the late 1980s and early 1990s, then purposefully self-immolated.

6:30PM Wed. Oct. 6, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Austin Film Festival Crowns Spencer Closing Night Film
Get out your best royal finery: Austin Film Festival (Oct. 21-28) has announced that royal biopic Spencer will be this year's closing night film.

9:00AM Wed. Oct. 6, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Barbarians
I’ve avoided dinner and birthday parties like the plague lately because: that damn plague of late, so it’s refreshing to know that, as Barbarians proves, at least the “dinner party gone to hell” niche genre is still going strong.

5:46PM Tue. Oct. 5, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: V/H/S/94
The V/H/S franchise has become a lot like the monsters, demons, and killers lurking within the shadows of its scuzzy, bite-sized horror shorts: it just won’t die.

4:44PM Tue. Oct. 5, Trace Sauveur Read More | Comment »

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