All tagged Fantastic Fest
Lisa Gullickson takes a look at original, claustrophobic and tense thriller, Gustav Möller’s The Guilty.
Our excellent movie maven, Lisa Gullickson went to Fantastic Fest and, after a screening of Halloween (2018), came back with this great think piece on the nature of the victim in slasher films…
Lisa Gullickson sends us another review from Austin's Fantastic Fest! This time for Stephen King adaptation, Gerald's Game that premieres on Netflix this Friday. With strong performances from Bruce Greenwood and Carla Gugino and a tense storyline, doesn't sound like you'll have to handcuff us to a bed and pry our eyes open to watch this.
Lisa Gullickson, still in Austin for Fantastic Fest, is finding commonality about morals and speech in the documentary Gilbert and the comedy drama, Bodied.
A very merry, bloody and sing-a-long Christmas has come early for Lisa Gullickson bringing us her third Fantastic Fest film review for Anna and the Apocalypse - a comedy, horror, Christmas, zombie musical.
Lisa Gullickson, who's down in Austin for Fantastic Fest, shares her second review from the festival for dread filled horror/drama Thelma.
Lisa Gullickson, who's down in Austin for Fantastic Fest, shares her first review from the festival for Japanese horror/drama 3ft Ball & Souls