Fantastic Fest 11
2011 marked the fourth consecutive year of "100 Best Kills" at Fantastic Fest – a celebration of horror’s most memorable and outrageous death scenes, no matter how obscure. This year Cinefamily, which has its own version of this sick celebration, joined in on the fun, adding a new technological breakthrough allowing the controller to move frame-by-frame, back-and-forth, and even record scratch each kill like some sort of sadistic DJ.
One of the big happenings at this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, was Don Coscarelli's appearance in promotion of his new film, John Dies at the End. While the scene shown at the event is still being kept under wraps, you can now check out video of just about everything else. Dig it!
With Fantastic Fest 2011 winding down, the event has announced its award winners! What was the best in show? Who took home top honors? Read on for all of the juicy details!
And here it is! Straight out of Fantastic Fest ... the first teaser trailer for Don Coscarelli's John Dies at the End, and all we can say is that the end can't get here soon enough! Really good stuff!
Fans looking forward to Cold Sweat director Adrian Garcia Bogliano's new film Gloom, aka Penumbra, starring Cristina Brondo, Camila Bordonaba, Berta Muñiz, Arnaldo André and Mirella Pascual, can breathe a sigh of relief as the flick has been picked up for release here in the States!
Making its U.S. premiere at this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, is the foreign horror flick from the Netherlands, Two Eyes Staring (aka Zwart Water), and we've got for you some fresh imagery and the trailer. Dig it!
Get ready, kids! We have a gaggle of new stills waiting for your hungry eyes for several of the bigger and stranger films playing at this year's Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, which runs from September 22-29! Watcha waitin' for? Dig it!
Making its premiere at Austin's film festival of complete and total badassery, Fantastic Fest 2011, is the cool looking indie flick Manborg, which we first told you about way back in May of 2010. Time has passed. Posters have come. Get to peepin'.
If you've been on the fence about attending this year's edition of Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, which runs from September 22-29, then the announcement that came today about their final wave of programming should make up your mind. With these additions, just about every film on our radar will be making an appearance at this year's fest! Read on for the details.
Anybody can tell a good tale, spin a quality yarn so to speak, if given an hour and a half. But to accomplish that same feat in 15 minutes or so, now that's doing something. And Fantastic Fest has announced the lineup of 50 films doing just that for this year's program.