Shot in Dallas, Texas, Henry Dunham’s THE STANDOFF AT SPARROW CREEK feels both like a real life news story that just happened yet and a cautionary tale with just the right amount of hope that it can be avoided. Bringing to mind the work of David Mamet and Jeremy Saulnier, the tense thriller follows a
Browsing: Fantastic Fest 2018
SYNOPSIS: Born and raised in a suburb ridden by drug trafficking, Driss and Manuel were like brothers. As adults, they have gone down exactly the opposite path: Manuel chose to embrace this thug life, while Driss completely rejected it and became a cop. When Manuel’s biggest deal goes terribly wrong, the two men meet again
Fantastic Fest 2018 Interview: MADAM YANKELOVA’S FINE LITERATURE CLUB, a bedtime story for the broken hearted.
Worst date ever? How about being invited to a book club by an attractive woman only to be rated on your physical attractiveness and then murdered and ground up into sausage. In Guilhad Emilio Schenker’s new thriller, MADAM YANKELOVA’S FINE LITERATURE CLUB, making its international premiere at Fantastic Fest, Sophie (Keren Mor) has been stuck
I should really stop being surprised when Jeremy Saulnier surprises me. In his fourth feature, his third film that I would have to describe as pure genius, director Jeremy Saulnier once again takes a perfect script from Macon Blair and turns it into cinematic gold. Despite being based on a book, albeit one I've never
By Bears Rebecca Fonte As members of the modern world we often forget that America is a landscape dominated by wide open spaces. There was a time that people lived in places where they could go months at a time without seeing another face or at least another face outside of their own marriage. If