FANTASTIC FEST 2013

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The Best Movies Complex Saw at Fantastic Fest 2013

The Best Movies Complex Saw at Fantastic Fest 2013

There was no shortage of memorable castration, S&M, zombies, and more at the world's coolest genre movie festival.

Fantastic Fest Review: The Vampirific "Afflicted" Proves Found-Footage Horror Can Still, You Know, Not Suck

Fantastic Fest Review: The Vampirific "Afflicted" Proves Found-Footage Horror Can Still, You Know, Not Suck

Think Chronicle with bloodsuckers, only much better than that sounds.

Fantastic Fest Review: "On the Job" Shoots True with Inmates Freed to Carry Out Contract Killings

Fantastic Fest Review: "On the Job" Shoots True with Inmates Freed to Carry Out Contract Killings

It's one killer work-release program!

Fantastic Fest Review: The Hugely Ambitious "The Congress" Boldly Satirizes Hollywood Ageism Through Sci-Fi

Fantastic Fest Review: The Hugely Ambitious "The Congress" Boldly Satirizes Hollywood Ageism Through Sci-Fi

Veteran actresses worldwide are about to have their minds blown.

Fantastic Fest Review: Errol Morris Plays Softball with Donald Rumsfeld in the Anticlimactic "The Unknown Known"

Fantastic Fest Review: Errol Morris Plays Softball with Donald Rumsfeld in the Anticlimactic "The Unknown Known"

The usually fearless documentarian goes soft on the former U.S. Secretary of Defense.

Fantastic Fest Review: "Septic Man" Has Plenty of Gross-Outs in the Tank But Little Substance

Fantastic Fest Review: "Septic Man" Has Plenty of Gross-Outs in the Tank But Little Substance

Don't you prefer when vomit and diarrhea have deeper meaning?

Fantastic Fest Review: "Nothing Bad Can Happen" Attacks Religion and Faith with Brutal, Devastating Force

Fantastic Fest Review: "Nothing Bad Can Happen" Attacks Religion and Faith with Brutal, Devastating Force

First-time German director Katrin Gebbe makes a startling debut.

Fantastic Fest Review: The Smart and Very Bleak "Cheap Thrills" Demonstrates How Money Turns Men into Monsters

Fantastic Fest Review: The Smart and Very Bleak "Cheap Thrills" Demonstrates How Money Turns Men into Monsters

Oh, the things we'll do for money.

Fantastic Fest Review: Blood Demands Blood in the Marvelous and Tragic Revenge Tale "Blue Ruin"

Fantastic Fest Review: Blood Demands Blood in the Marvelous and Tragic Revenge Tale "Blue Ruin"

It's an eye for an eye. Hopefully you have one left to watch this masterpiece.

Fantastic Fest Review: The Demented "R100" is Japan's Answer to a Kinky Monty Python Sex Comedy

Fantastic Fest Review: The Demented "R100" is Japan's Answer to a Kinky Monty Python Sex Comedy

Yeah, that headline just happened.

Fantastic Fest Review: Japan's "Miss Zombie" Breathes Fresh Life into the (Seemingly) Played-Out Living Dead

Fantastic Fest Review: Japan's "Miss Zombie" Breathes Fresh Life into the (Seemingly) Played-Out Living Dead

There's hope yet for corpses beyond The Walking Dead.

Fantastic Fest Review: "Grand Piano" Plays All the Right Notes for Suspense, Thrills, and Hammy Fun

Fantastic Fest Review: "Grand Piano" Plays All the Right Notes for Suspense, Thrills, and Hammy Fun

Yes, that's John Cusack playing an assassin who'll kill a stage-frightened classical pianist if he plays one wrong note. Standing ovation.

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