A brilliantly executed but emotionally distant story of one of Australia's most notorious serial killers.
Featuring an extraordinary performance by Michael Shannon as a construction worker who sees the world falling apart around him, the sophomore film from "Shotgun Stories" writer/director Jeff Nichols is a natural wonder.
If you couldn't make it into their first plays at Fantastic Fest, these two culturally rich action films are both worth catching during their second time around.
Picked up by Lionsgate and winner of multiple trophies at Fantastic Fest, "A Horrible Way to Die" director Adam Wingard's latest film about a home invasion gone horribly awry lives up to the hype and then some.
A ferocious Jamie Bell livens up this uneven but moderately successful thriller from first-time director Carl Tibbetts.
The co-director of the found-footage "[REC]" takes a surprising turn with a classical horror film that may actually be a new classic.
The fraternal director duo talk about making their Southern-fried potboiler extra crispy.
An aspiring MMA fighter isn't the only thing that has kick in this riveting flick.
The minds behind "V/H/S" on building a better horror anthology film.
The real find of the Austin-based genre fest is a constantly diverting character study of a comic book store owner in search of himself.