Fantastic Fest 10
Another flick playing on September 24th at this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas that we're really looking forward to is Chris Peckover's Undocumented. To celebrate the flick's premiere the first teaser poster has just hit online and we have a peek at it for you!
The third wave of programming for the sixth edition of Fantastic Fest, happening September 23rd-30th in Austin, Texas, has been announced with the highlights being the US premiere of the hyper-stylized action film Bunraku, a sneak preview of Darren Bousman’s terrifying new horror-thriller Mother’s Day, and the world premiere of Agnosia, the latest film from Fantastic Fest
When we find something fresh and unique here at Dread Central, we don't scrimp on letting our readers know about it. And from the looks of things, the whole world is soon going to know about it, too, since the much talked about and highly praised "The Legend of Beaver Dam" 12-minute horror musical short film is about to appear in a myriad of film fests.
The second wave of programming for the sixth edition of Fantastic Fest, happening September 23rd-30th in Austin, Texas, has been announced; and if you were on the fence about attending, well, you just may want to start booking your flight immediately!
Opening night of the 2010 Fantastic Fest (Thursday, September 23rd) just got a bit more crowded with Rodrigo Cortes' Buried joining the previously announced Let Me In at The Paramount Theatre, and along with Cortes, star Ryan Reynolds will be in attendance for the gala screening.
Live in or around Austin, Texas, and just can't wait for the September 3rd release date of Robert Rodriguez's Machete? Then you're in luck as Troublemaker Studios, the Austin Film Society, and The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema have put together a sneak preview of the film on September 2nd along with an "explosive" after party.
Along with the first batch of thirteen films that have been announced for the 2010 Fantastic Fest (see them here), we now know what movie will be playing opening night: Matt Reeves' Let Me In.
If you were among the hundreds of people who were shut out of screenings of the film Rubber at the Fantasia film fest (or the thousands of us who didn't even make it up to Canada in the first place), then quite possibly a trip to Austin, Texas, is in your future as the flick has just shown up on the first wave of programming for the sixth edition of Fantastic Fest, happening September 23rd-30th.
Fantastic Arcade, from the good folks behind Fantastic Fest, really might be on to something here. Sure, E3 is awesome, but what about a festival dedicated to the oddly fantastic world of genre gaming (sorry guys, but I'm looping sci-fi and fantasy in there, too ... don't stone me)? If you're in the Austin, Texas, area or have the means to book a flight, by all means, do it!
The line-up for the sixth annual Fantastic Fest (September 23-30) in Austin, Texas, is still coming together, but the powers-that-be have provided a few highlights of the exciting things to come in this year's program, and we already can't wait for the fall season!