FANTASTIC FEST 2013

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Fantastic Fest Review: Childhood, Perverted. "Escape from Tomorrow" Turns Disney World Into a Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

Fantastic Fest Review: Childhood, Perverted. "Escape from Tomorrow" Turns Disney World Into a Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

So much for Walt Disney resting in peace.

Fantastic Fest Review: The Bonkers "Witching & Bitching" is Too Insane for Its Own Good

Fantastic Fest Review: The Bonkers "Witching & Bitching" is Too Insane for Its Own Good

Too many wild ideas collide at once in this overzealous horror-comedy.

Fantastic Fest Review: "Narco Cultura" Explores Mexican Cartel Violence and the Music That Glorifies It

Fantastic Fest Review: "Narco Cultura" Explores Mexican Cartel Violence and the Music That Glorifies It

Is it wrong to sing along to songs that celebrate men who torture and decapitate people?

Fantastic Fest Review: "Why Don't You Play in Hell" is the Best Kind of Insane Japanese Cinema

Fantastic Fest Review: "Why Don't You Play in Hell" is the Best Kind of Insane Japanese Cinema

Yakuza violence meets Super 8, and it's glorious.

Fantastic Fest Review: "Machete Kills" Takes Mex-ploitation into James Bond Territory

Fantastic Fest Review: "Machete Kills" Takes Mex-ploitation into James Bond Territory

Perhaps we should call him Jaime Bond?

Fantastic Fest Review: The Scrappy "Almost Human" Gleefully Merges John Carpenter, James Cameron, and '80s Slasher Movies

Fantastic Fest Review: The Scrappy "Almost Human" Gleefully Merges John Carpenter, James Cameron, and '80s Slasher Movies

A young director's relentless energy outweighs first-time flaws in this genre throwback.

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