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The Best of Fantastic Fest 2013

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Jacob Knight picks his favorites from Fantastic Fest 2013.

NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN – Fantastic Fest Review

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The story of Job, translated through nihilistic German cinema.

THE GREEN INFERNO – Fantastic Fest Review

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The simple fact that a horror film inspired by the Italian cannibal movies of the ‘70s and ‘80s is being released to mall crowds is kind of a…

THE SACRAMENT – Fantastic Fest Review

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The latest from horror wunderkind Ti West is easily his best, and scariest, film yet.

ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW – Fantastic Fest Review

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Director Randy Moore’s covertly shot, surrealist take on the “Disneyfication” of our daily lives is nothing short of brilliant.

CHEAP THRILLS – Fantastic Fest Review

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E.L. Katz’s directorial debut is a sharp, brutal bit of blackly hilarious exploitation.

MAN OF TAI CHI – Fantastic Fest Review

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Keanu Reeves’ directorial debut contains some finely choreographed martial arts madness. But is it any good?

SEPTIC MAN – Fantastic Fest Review

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When is a man made of poo more than just the sum of his feces-encrusted parts?

A FIELD IN ENGLAND – Fantastic Fest Review

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The latest from director Ben Wheatley is a psychedelic head trip, mixing philosophy with pure terror.

THE DIRTIES – Fantastic Fest Review

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Matt Johnson’s school shooting comedy is a stab at social relevance hamstrung by an over-reliance on cinematic gimmickry.

COHERENCE – Fantastic Fest Review

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James Ward Byrkit’s directorial debut is an odd, heady piece of sci-fi drama in the vein of Shane Carruth’s “Primer”.

Fantastic Fest 2013: My Playlist

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Jacob shares the ten albums that are going to be scoring his booze soaked sojourn to the Alamo Drafthouse and Fantastic Fest 2013.

PACIFIC RIM Movie Review

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The monsters vs. robots movie you always dreamed about seeing when you were just a little kid, Pacific Rim is absolutely awesome.

Kanye West – “Yeezus” Album Review

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Kanye West’s sixth record is abrasive, alienating and, at times, flat out wonderful — a testament to his continued growth as one of our most compelling musical artists.

“Random Access Memories” by Daft Punk Album Review

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Daft Punk return with their first record in eight years, ditching their computers for a live band to create a towering, history traversing achievement.

Cinedelphia Film Festival Review: ROLLERCOASTER (1977) & LIQUID SKY (1982)

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Jacob’s final trip to the mausoleum brings two gimmick screenings: “Rollercoaster” (1977) presented in Sensurround, and “Liquid Sky” (1982) featuring a live score by Philly psych rockers, Cheap Dinosaurs.