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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Sleep Tight (Mientras Duermas)

October 5, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Sleep Tight (Mientras Duermas)

Director Jaume Balaguero brought us the claustrophobic thriller REC (2007), an original spin on the zombie genre that was quickly remade into Quarantine for all the folks who can’t be bothered by pesky subtitles. His follow up was REC 2 (2009), which was equally creepy. Fantastic Fest was host to the World Premiere of...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: A Lonely Place To Die

October 2, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: A Lonely Place To Die

A Lonely Place To Die (UK 2011) Directed by Julian Gilbey Written by Julian and Will Gilbey Starring Melissa George, Ed Speleers, Sean Harris, Kate Magowan, Alec Newman, Eamonn Walker Good news for film fans, here’s a festival film scheduled to hit a screen near you in early November.  Anytime you have set a...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope

September 30, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope

Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope Directed by Morgan Spurlock Written by Morgan Spurlock, Joss Whedon, Jeremy Chilnook Starring Skip Harvey, Eric Henson, Chuck Rozanski, James Darling, Se Young Kang Fantastic Fest 2011 featured Morgan Spurlock’s new documentary Comic-Con Episode Four:  A Fan’s Hope as one of its closing night films.  It seems like...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Clown

September 29, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Clown

When I would ask other festival goers which films they especially liked, the same title kept popping up.  Clown (a Danish film directed by Mikkel Nørgaard) was the name, the mention of was often followed by fits of giggles. When I would ask what the movie was about, many times people would simply shake their...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Extraterrestrial

September 28, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Extraterrestrial

For those of you who have seen Nacho Vigalondo’s time-travel thriller Timecrimes, you may be surprised to learn that the director is actually known for his comedic efforts in film (at least in his native country, Spain). I was surprised. I did find humor in Timecrimes but I mostly remember it as a disturbing brain-twister....
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Haunters

September 27, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Haunters

I’ve been wracking my brain trying to find a way to describe Kim Min-suk’s film, Haunters. I don’t think I’m alone in having words fail me in this regard, as it’s synopsis on the festival site is – while accurate – kind of lacking too. Which is to say, the movie I saw was...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Headhunters

September 27, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: Headhunters

This Norwegian release by director Morten Tyldem (based on Jo Nesbo’s book of the same name) is a tightly wound thriller about a successful headhunter and art thief who suffers from a serious Napoleon complex.  Roger Brown (Aksel Hennie) compensates for his lack of stature in the ways one generally expects – owning a...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: A Boy and His Samurai

September 26, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: A Boy and His Samurai

The last thing I was expecting to find at this year’s Fantastic Fest was a heartwarming family film…and yet, the first film I’ve encountered here – Yoshihiro Nakamura’s A Boy and His Samurai – was exactly that. And I loved it. A harried, over-extended single mom and her six year old son spot a...
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Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: ‘Take Shelter’

September 26, 2011
Fantastic Fest 2011 Review: ‘Take Shelter’

I’m used to seeing disturbing movies at Fantastic Fest, but I wasn’t expecting to be emotionally gutted by a film this year. Take Shelter shook me to the core. I felt physically ill halfway through the film, and the reverent silence that followed my screening indicated that I wasn’t alone in my pathos. What...
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Fantastic Fest Picks and iTunes Store

September 19, 2011
Fantastic Fest Picks and iTunes Store

Since I’m heading down to Austin for Fantastic Fest in less than a week, I thought I would write up a post with some of my recommendations from last year’s festival. Bonus-Fantastic Fest announced over the weekend that it has opened up an official shop on iTunes, making it even easier to access some...
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