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Sundance 2013: S-VHS - Movie Review

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Last year, the Sundance Film Festival hosted V/H/S, a collection of short, low-budget, indie horror films, helmed by horror/camp aficionados Simon Barrett & Adam Wingard, as well as other upcoming horror directors.  It was met with enthusiastic reception from indie horror fans, as well as some pretty visceral reactions from...

Sundance 2013: Top 5 Fun Films to Escape the Festival Blues

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The 2013 Sundance Film Festival is tons of fun (Industry parties!  Woooo!), but let's remember that this is also the festival that brought us films like Winter's Bone, Restrepo, West of Memphis, and The Sessions.  Don't get me wrong, these are all terrific films, but they're all kind of...

Gruesome Film 'V/H/S' Causing People To Pass Out At Sundance 2012

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Readers of our 2012 Sundance Film Festival coverage will note that this year at the fest has suffered from numerous health-related issues, from the death of influential indie film distributor Bingham Ray on Monday, to the collapse of Tracy Morgan last weekend.  And now, the movies themselves are causing issues, as the horror film V/H/S is driving people to lose...

VHS Will Never Die, Man.

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newbev09-5-12
Oh, Julia, you’re stuck in the 80’s! I hear this, quite frequently, from friends of mine. Some say it with a knowing smile, and a “you’re so wacky” tone of voice, others with a grim shake of the head and a glance of pity. Either way, this statement is true. I fantasize about all things 80’s on a regular basis. I read Bret Easton Ellis novels voraciously, I listen to Journey and REO...