This Crazy Japanese Film Turns a Deadly Alien Invasion Into a Happy, Hilarious Romp

In recent memory, I can’t think of a more bonkers premise for a movie than the Japanese film Assassination Classroom. Which proves I’m a little out of the loop. The film had its U.S. debut at Fantastic Fest, but is based on a mega-popular manga—which was then adapted to an equally popular anime series.
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Drive Director Nicolas Winding Refn Explains How The Best Movie Posters Tell a Story All on Their Own

Nicolas Winding Refn doesn’t collect movie posters. And yet, he’s about to release a book of movie posters. It’s a typical curiosity from the director of Drive and Bronson, who was at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas to talk about the book, which is called The Act of Seeing. »9/30/15 2:40pm9/30/15 2:40pm

What Happens When Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak Plays The World's Best Genre Film Festival?

If Guillermo del Toro wasn’t making movies, he’d be a Fantastic Fest attendee. He’s just one of those guys who lives and breathes, not just cinema, but weird, creepy, tense and gory cinema. So for him to bring his latest film, Crimson Peak, to the intensely genre film festival was a big deal. »9/27/15 2:42pm9/27/15 2:42pm