Cam Film Review from Fantastic Fest

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Burning: Fantastic Fest 2018 Film Review
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#FF2018 Donnybrook: Film Review
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Halloween: Fantastic Fest 2018 Film Review
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The Wind: Fantastic Fest 2018 Film Review

Some places are tainted, cursed.  They are stained by past misdeeds that can’t be scrubbed clean, not even with the blood of the innocent.  This concept…
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Keep An Eye Out (Au Poste!) Film Review from Fantastic Fest

Austin, TX | Alamo Drafthouse (South Lamar) | Fantastic Fest 2018 If someone had pitched me on a French, subtitled film from the director of Rubber I’d…
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#FF2018 Halloween – Forty Years Later

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PP 093: You’re Not Pizza (Pt 1)

This Episode is Brought to you By Retro Supply Co. RetroSupply is the leading provider of…
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Episode 325: With Special Guest Host Mark Brickey

Beginning now, we will be taking a short break from the show. After 325 episodes (closer to 500 if…
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We The Animals begins with a series of battle cries as three young brothers, Jonah, Joel and…
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Those must have been some of the best days of your life.  In the opening moments of Nico, 1988, a…
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Film Review: Support the Girls

In Support the Girls, Lisa (Regina Hall) manages Double Whammies, a restaurant populated by…
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