A House, A Home
Bearing the fantastical shades of Joe Massot’s WONDERWALL, Daniel Fickle’s music video for Alialujah Choir’s “A House, A Home” explores the secret lives of two adolescents who live in small, antiquated rooms connected by underground tunnels. Inspired by a heartbreaking true story.
Dir. Clif Prowse, Derek Lee
Derek and Clif, best friends documenting their journey across the world, are in for an unexpected adventure when one of them comes down with a sinister sickness.
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All the Boys Love Mandy Lane
All the boys love Mandy Lane and all the girls want to be her. There’s at least one person, though, that wants Mandy and her friends dead.
A man who disappeared under mysterious circumstances returns to wreak havoc upon a small town.
Angst, Piss, and Shit
A hapless serial murderer laments the crumbling of his true love’s affections. Not since Jorg Buttgereit’s NEKROMANTIK have we seen such a sordid, uncompromising and blackly humorous tale of a killer romance gone south.
Director Fredrik S. Hana LIVE in attendance!
Gothic legends are brought to life by gorgeous stop-motion animation in this adult fantasy film from Spain.
A group of Turkish police called in for backup in a desolate area stumble upon a squalid and blood-soaked den of satanic ritual. The latest from Fantastic Fest alumnus Can Evrenol (TO MY MOTHER AND FATHER) is a visceral trip into the darkest pits of a very palpable evil.
Beasts in the Real World
Sol Friedman follows up his brilliant LOVE SONGS FROM AN ANDROID and A MESSAGE FROM YOUR ROBOT PRESIDENT with this iconoclastic blend of documentary, animation and action fantasy about an exasperated amphibious creature recalling the adventure that led him to a sushi restaurant chopping block.
Director Sal Friedman and Producer Sarah Clifford-Rashote LIVE in attendance!
Dir. Navot Papushado, Aharon Keshales
Big Bad Wolves
The directing team behind the 2010 cult smash RABIES return to Fantastic Fest with one of the best genre films of 2013.
A classic American revenge story, Blue Ruin follows a mysterious outsider whose quiet life is turned upside down when he returns to his childhood home to carry out an act of vengeance. Proving himself an amateur assassin, he winds up in a brutal fight to protect his estranged family.
A serial killer (Alfie Allen, GAME OF THRONES) discovers he can get away with anything on Halloween night, including dragging his latest victim around as a prop amidst a sea of oblivious London partiers.
Director Paul Davis and Producer Paul Fischer LIVE in attendance!
Something wicked this way comes in the form of the ordinary, the polite and the normal as a drifter and his followers invade the home of a bourgeois family.
Dir. Erik Alunurm, Mari Liis Rebane
Breakfast on the Grass
A hilarious claymation take on the making of a masterpiece, brought to us by students of acclaimed Estonian animator Priit Parn.
TBD screenings of popular films at the fest.
A sickly young woman experiences visions of her dead mother. She struggles to determine if the apparition is simply a side effect of her daily medication, or her mother actually reaching out to her from beyond the grave.
A recently fired father facing eviction is paid to take on an escalating series of insane challenges from a rich couple with a twisted sense of humor.
On the night a comet is passing near Earth, a dinner party takes an odd turn. When the power goes out, eight friends discover that the only house on the street left with power also holds many secrets.