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    Review: Bobcat Goldthwait's Found Footage Bigfoot Movie 'Willow Creek' Is the Monster Movie of the Summer

    "Willow Creek" conforms to the traditions of the genre with generally satisfying results, but it also manages to build on them.

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    Watch: New Trailer For Bobcat Goldthwait's Horror Film 'Willow Creek'

    In his directorial career, Bobcat Goldthwaite hasn’t shied away from dealing with controversial issues like bestiality (“Sleeping Dogs Lie”) or everything that’s wrong with America (“God Bless America”), but this year’s release of “Willow Creek” sees Goldthwaite operating in a genre few would have e...

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    Joe Dante and Bobcat Goldthwait's New Films Among 12 Projects Set For Fantasia's Co-Production Market

    The Fantasia International Film Festival -- one of the largest genre film festivals in the world -- has announced the official selection of the second edition of its Frontières International Co-Production Market.

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    Bobcat Goldthwait and Joel Murray Talk 'God Bless America' and Why They Hate (Some) Reality TV

    "God Bless America," the latest from comedian turned button-pushing filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait ("Sleeping Dogs Lie," "World's Greatest Dad") is one angry movie. Goldthwait (who also penned the screenplay) takes aim at America's narcissistic culture by centering his story on Frank (Joel Murray), a d...

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    Review: 'God Bless America' Looks Incendiary, But Is Actually A Self-Congratulatory One-Note Screed

    Former shrill-voiced comedian turned acidic writer/director/satirist Bobcat Goldthwait may just be one of the most simultaneously electric and frustrating indie filmmakers working today. When it comes to deliciously wicked and acerbic premises, there might not be a better conceptualist. A devilishly...

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    SIMON SAYS: An Interview with Bobcat Goldthwait

    When you talk to Bobcat Goldthwait, the American stand-up comic turned "Police Academy" sideshow attraction and now filmmaker, you see that his demeanor is very similar to the even-handed tone of his films. During our talk, Goldthwait casually referenced Preston Sturges and "Falling Down" as he addr...

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    Filmmakers You Should Know: Bobcat Goldthwait, Expert Craftsman of Savage Black Comedy

    There are essentially two Bobcat Goldthwaits: The first exists mainly in the past, a screeching, howling stand-up comedian mainly known for playing Zed in a string of "Police Academy" films in the eighties. In recent years, a quieter, surprisingly introspective Goldthwait has funneled much...

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    SXSW '12 Interview: Bobcat Goldthwait Talks His 'Oliver!' Sized Kinks Musical & Rowdy 'God Bless America'

    Bobcat Goldthwait has always walked the road of comedy right on the edge. From this early days as a member of the "Police Academy" ensemble, but his current work as a filmmaker which has seen him bring deliriously dark, demented and funny works like "Shakes The Clown" "World...

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    R-Rated Trailer For Bobcat Goldthwait's Nihilistic Comedy ''God Bless America' Suggests Greatest Movie Ever Made

    When it comes to molotov cocktail-like film premesis, perhaps none are greater, more deliciously wicked than comedian turned filmmaker Bobcat Goldthwait's incendiary and hilarious societal screeds. Always testing the limits of good taste Goldthwait's films have chronicled light beastial...

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    "Young Adult" Isn't as Awkward As Jason Reitman Thinks

    Charlize Theron might not be her own worst critic, but she's certainly the most honest. Accepting a tribute at the Gotham Awards last week, she singled out Jason Reitman, director of "Young Adult." She didn't mince words: "Jason," she said, "thank you for letting me play such a bitch."

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