Fantastic Fest
Fantastic Fest: An arresting and visually stunning achievement, “Medusa Deluxe” breaks the framework on storytelling.
Fantastic Fest: The director of "Tickled" returns with another documentary that starts with a kooky subject before spiraling into darkness.
Exclusive: Fantastic Fest attendees will get to see an essential piece of Black film history looking better than ever before.
The beloved genre festival is making its long awaited return to in-person events in Austin, Texas.
A mulleted outcast is seduced by a hairy-armed Kate Bush in Bertrand Mandico's totally bonkers Fantastic Fest winner.
Fantastic Fest: An ambiguous threat stalks a 1978 Iranian community where the scariest thing is an invisible force kept in a jar.
Many of these award-winning films will be streaming at the virtual Fantastic Fest at Home through October 11.
The "V/H/S" series was once a clever showcase for the horror genre's brightest talents, but the appeal has completely faded.
"Creep" director Patrick Brice delivers a socially conscious “Scream” riff that lacks Wes Craven's sharpness.
Bong Joon-ho's Palme d'Or winner "Parasite" will also play at the genre festival, along with a special emphasis on Mexican genre film and LGBTQ+ stories.
The annual genre festival takes place in Austin, Texas this September, right in the thick of fall festival season.
As the Austin gathering shifted the culture towards inclusivity, the program celebrated a range of new work.
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