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Fantastic Fest Review: Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror
When I was a boy, growing up in the North of England, I could take you to the place where King Arthur is buried. He and the Knight of the Round Table slumber under Alderley Edge, waiting for when Albion faces its direst peril.

1:23PM Tue. Sep. 28, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Yellow Dragon’s Village
There's a simple premise to Japanese horror comedy Yellow Dragon's Village: a group of highly obnoxious young adults are heading out of the city for a little bit if R&R in the countryside.

11:53AM Tue. Sep. 28, Jenny Nulf Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Let the Wrong One In
From the wink-wink, nudge-nudge title of director Conor McMahon’s broadly comic vampire melodrama-cum-familial fracas and the initially silly seeming setup, Let the Wrong One In treads a razor-thin line between being a splatstick gruegasm while also portraying a dysfunctional family that’s nevertheless bonded by blood.

7:59PM Mon. Sep. 27, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Lamb
Perhaps the all-around strangest movie to be getting a wide release this year, Lamb is a movie best entered blindly.

7:45PM Mon. Sep. 27, Trace Sauveur Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: There's Someone Inside Your House
Netflix is in the game of teen slashers. With the hot wave of nostalgia for 90’s Scream-esque horror films, Netflix is grabbing any and every slasher property from a YA book they can get their hands one (see: the Fear Street trilogy over the summer): and now, There’s Someone Inside Your House.

7:24PM Mon. Sep. 27, Jenny Nulf Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Glasshouse
Any film that deals with a pandemic right now will be seen through the lens of the current crisis. But look through that context to find the deeper meaning of innovative slow apocalypse drama Glasshouse.

9:00AM Mon. Sep. 27, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Fantastic Fest Review: Titane
Titane is a dance. Julia Ducournau’s follow up to her engrossing debut Raw is a flashy, traumatic body horror explosion that is just as gnarly as her first film.

9:39PM Sat. Sep. 25, Jenny Nulf Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Review: Who Killed the KLF?
Who killed the KLF? The KLF. They were the only ones who could do the job. And it had to be done.

3:42PM Sat. Sep. 25, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Fantastic Fest Interview: A Fresh Point of View With the Iké Boys
Everyone has a different way to get through the pandemic. For Oklahoma filmmaker Eric McEver, writer/director of Fantastic Fest action-comedy Iké Boys, it's cats.

10:00AM Sat. Sep. 25, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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