One of US What's Your Fandom? - Part 4

Paul Greengrass and Netflix drudge up the horrors of the 2011 Norwegian terror attacks in his newest ‘made too soon’ feature.

A young girl deals with her mother having an affair while her father is overseas in this Sundance indie drama.

A young man deals with his mother getting into an affair while his father is fighting wildfires in this Sundance indie drama.

Here’s your chance to win a Blu-Ray of “Ant-Man and The Wasp!”

The Prizefighters review and analyze one of Hollywood’s most beloved movies and see if it amounts to a hill of beans.

A high school girl witnesses the police shooting of her friend during a traffic stop and has to decide how public she wants to be with it.

This week John and Chris discuss “Scarlet Diva”, “Blood Fest”, “American Psycho” and more.


Infestation – Fantastic Fest 2018 – Day 4

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At the halfway point of our favorite genre film festival, Chris and Richard talk about the ass-kicking excellence of “The Night Comes For Us”, the surreal performance-art horror of “Suspiria”, and the mysteriously horrific world of “The Night Shifter” as well as an interview with “Suspiria” star Jessica Harper and writer David Kajganich....
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Infestation – Fantastic Fest 2018 – Day 3

0 Submitted by on Sun, 23 September 2018, 14:51
Day 3. Saturday. When it all goes over-the-top crazy town. That’s generally the deal at Fantastic Fest and this year was no exception. So, in that vein expect today’s two film reviews to be a little more unhinged than the previous FF podcasts this year, but hey, Brian Salisbury from Junkfood Cinema is on this one as is Les Weiler Continue Reading...
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Infestation – Fantastic Fest 2018 Day 2

0 Submitted by on Sat, 22 September 2018, 16:15
Our daily coverage of this year’s Fantastic Fest continues as Chris Cox, Jenny Nulf, Patience Robinson-Campos, and Nick Thyes talk about the films “You Might Be The Killer”, “In Fabric”, “One Cut of the Dead”, “Apostle”, and “The Unthinkable”....
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Camden International Film Festival – Interview

0 Submitted by on Fri, 21 September 2018, 15:59
Non-fiction is an ever-growing and increasingly popular field. There are now various types of documentaries utilizing innovative techniques and artists are also finding new ways to express the theme of creative non-fiction. At the forefront of this wave is an event called the Camden International Film Festival which is in its fourteenth year in the great state of Maine. The Continue Reading...
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Infestation – Fantastic Fest 2018 – Episode 2

0 Submitted by on Fri, 21 September 2018, 11:28
Richard and Chris are joined by Matt Monagle (also from The Austin Chronicle) for some reports from the greatest genre film festival in the world about some of the films they’ve seen. We discuss David Gordon Green’s “Halloween”, Terry Gilliam’s, “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”, Jim Hosking’s “An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn”, and Lee-Chang-dong’s “Burning”....
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Screener Squad: The Great Battle

0 Submitted by on Fri, 21 September 2018, 08:59
The Screener Squad takes on another international mission as they review South Korea’s latest epic, Kim Kwang-Sik’s The Great Battle. Based on the legendary siege of Ansi set during the Goguryeo-Tang War in 645 A.D., we follow a small Korean force led by Commander Yang Man-chun (Jo In-sung) as they defend their fortress against 500,000 of Chinese emperor Taizong’s soldiers. Unbeknownst Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Little Italy

0 Submitted by on Thu, 20 September 2018, 11:10
Mamma mia! Justin Zarian has to review this stinky meatball of a movie called Little Italy, but he’s woefully unprepared like musciada pasta. So he has called Ben Gentile, that little Italian-American goomba of his, to help him not look like a giamope while reviewing this movie! It’s about this adorable pazzo couple whose families are acting like a bunch of ciuccios and now run rival restaurants next Continue Reading...
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Highly Suspect Reviews: Life Itself

0 Submitted by on Thu, 20 September 2018, 09:49
Writer/director Dan Fogelman, creator of the hit show This Is Us, brings us this multigenerational story told in five chapters/timelines focusing on Will (Oscar Issac) and his wife Abby (Olivia Wilde) that according to our critics Beau and Frank serves as nothing so much as tragedy porn. So no, they didn’t care for it but it sure is funny listening Continue Reading...
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