Tag Archives: Fantastic Fest

Fantastic Fest 2022: ‘Deep Fear’ Movie Review

Making its North American premiere at this year’s Fantastic Fest, was French filmmaker Grégory Beghin’s tense subterranean horror film, Deep Fear. Piquing my interest with its country of origin, an illicit trip through the catacombs, and a notorious Nazi bunker, Deep Fear was one of the first flicks I watched …

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Fantastic Fest 2022: ‘Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle’ Movie Review

Fantastic Fest, one of the largest and most revered North American Film Festivals catering to all things good in the weird, wonderful, horrific, and obscure since 2005, has brought in countless cinephiles from around the globe to Austin, Texas. In the most robust offering since that pesky little life-altering pandemic, …

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Shudder Acquires Mercedes Bryce Morgan’s ‘SPOONFUL OF SUGAR’ (2022) Ahead of Fantastic Fest Premiere

Spoonful Of Sugar (2022)

Shudder continues its amazing run as one of the definitive homes for streaming horror with the announcement it has acquired the psychological horror film, SPOONFUL OF SUGAR, ahead of its Fantastic Fest 2022 premiere! Check it out! From The Shudder SPOONFUL OF SUGAR Press Release NEW YORK – Shudder, AMC …

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Fantastic Fest 2022 Movie Review: David Hebrero’s ‘Everyone Will Burn’

Everyone Will Burn

Raven Banner Entertainment’s new dark and thrilling film, Everyone Will Burn (Y Todos Arderan), premieres tonight at Fantastic Fest. This is David Hebrero’s Spanish-language sophomore feature. Hebrero directed and co-wrote and produced with Javier Kiran. Everyone Will Burn stars Macarena Gomez and Sofía García. Following a world premiere at Sitges, …

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Teaser Trailer for ‘KIDS VS. ALIENS’ Ahead of World Premiere at Fantastic Fest 2022


Check out the amazing teaser trailer for KIDS VS. ALIENS ahead of its world premiere at Fantastic Fest 2022. The film was directed by Jason Eisener as well as written by himself and John Davies. It stars Dominic Mariche, Phoebe Rex, Calem MacDonald, Asher Grayson Percival, and Ben Tector. Synopsis for …

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Fantastic Fest 2022 Film Lineup – Killer Teddy Bears, Man-eating Sharks, And Elderly Zombies, Oh, My!

Fantastic Fest is back, baby! And we’ve got the film lineup. Check it out! Are you going to Fantastic Fest 2022? What are you planning on watching? And keep your eyes peeled for our coverage of the event… especially the reviews and interviews! What do you think we should review …

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‘Warped And Faded: Weird Wednesday And The Birth Of The American Genre Film Archive:’ The Ultimate Bookend For Genre Fans – Book Review

Deep in the heart of Texas back in the late 1990s, an independent theater focusing on arthouse, horror, and exploitation cinema was established. Intent on bringing audiences unparalleled viewing experiences complete with beer and renegade programming, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema solidified its residency in Austin. Proudly engaging with its early …

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Fantastic Fest 2021 Interview: Phil Tippett Of ‘Mad God’

Phil Tippett has contributed more to the magic found in movies than he gets recognition for. A true wizard behind the curtain, Tippett first became enthralled with the worlds of stop-motion and creature creation thanks to the works of Ray Harryhausen, but his own innate abilities would prove to be …

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Fantastic Fest 2021: Interview with ‘Barbarians’ Director, Charles Dorfman

Recently, we got the opportunity to speak with Charles Dorfman, director of Fantastic Fest’s new film, Barbarians! Read our interview below! PopHorror: This being your directorial feature debut, what were some of the biggest challenges you faced? Charles Dorfman: Making my first film was probably the biggest challenge. Just to …

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Fantastic Fest 2021 Interview: Team V/H/S/94 – Chloe Okuno, Jennifer Reeder, Simon Barrett, Ryan Prows, and Josh Goldbloom


Horror anthologies, since their inception, have become exceedingly popular over the years with genre fans. Films such as John Carpenter’s Body Bags, Creepshow, and Trilogy of Terror helped usher in a modern-day genre gold rush of horror short compilations. There have been several seriously solid additions to the annals of …

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