Fantastic Fest 10
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Just a few days ago we shared a new trailer with you for Chris Peckover's Undocumented that has been thankfully scooped up by IFC for distro. And now? Now we've got a really cool poster for you to dig on.
It's been a long while since last we spoke about Chris Peckover's Undocumented, but thankfully IFC has stepped in and scooped up this truly chilling thriller for distro. Get ready for your first look at the teaser trailer.
Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring Yeong-hie Seo, Seong-won Ji Written and directed by Chul-soo Jang
Fantastic Fest 2010 is in full swing down in Austin, Texas, and we've got another batch of photos to share as well as new reviews from our man on the scene, Scott Johnson, for four films that couldn't be more different from each other. Luckily for him, three of them sound like winners.
September 23rd, the first day of Fantastic Fest 2010, is already just a memory, which is why it's good that we've gotten ahold of a few photos from the opening night festivities. In addition, the Dread Central team on the scene, Scott & Tabby Johnson and Clint & Heather McCrocklin, have already posted two new reviews from the fest, both of which are extremely positive.
The always fantastic Fantastic Fest begins today, and to celebrate, they've released six incredible new posters for select films and events taking place over the next week. The posters were created by various artists for Mondo, the Alamo Drafthouse's collectible art boutique. In addition, we have details on the title card in the 2010 Fantastic Debates.
A new trailer for Simon Rumley's Red, White & Blue (review here) has found its way online in celebration of the film's screening at this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, and as always we have it for you right here!
And Austin's Fantastic Fest just got a bit more fantastic with the announcement of some "Zombie Roadkill" festivities that are sure to get the fans even more excited for the new FEARnet series' premiere on October 4th. Best of all? If you're attending the Fest, you won't have to wait for October!
Now this is fan participation taken to an entirely new level! In anticipation of the premiere of the upcoming Ryan Reynolds vehicle Buried (review here) at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, four fans .... well ... read on!