While The Witch continues to be the most-lauded Satanic horror film-festival favorite, we were a little blindsided by The Devil’s Candy as a worthy demonic competitor, offering all of the rock and roll thrills that its high-brow peer does not. There’s no reason why they both can’t find an audience amongst starving horror fanatics, so we’re here to crank up the volume on… Continue reading 4 Reasons 'The Devil's Candy' Should Be on Every Horror Fan's Radar
Ricky Bobby: Look at the car on the left; it’s from Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, starring Will Ferrell. Now look at the car on the right; it’s parked outside Ricky Bobby’s Sports Saloon and Restaurant, located in Fort Worth, Texas. Notice any similarities? So did Columbia Pictures, which is now suing the restaurant operators, demanding that they stop profiting… Continue reading Movie News: Ricky Bobby Controversy; Jason Sudeikis, the New 'Fletch;' Colin Firth in 'Devil's Knot' Trailer
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Cable On DemandCable offers VOD programming (same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pre-theatrical exclusives) for rent, usually for 24- or 48-hour periods at prices from about $ 2.99 for older titles to $ 9.99 for new or exclusive releases. Since cable offers a direct connection from your cable provider, its VOD offerings are usually less prone to outside interference and can be streamed with surround sound and 3D when available.
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Here are three capsule reviews from Fantastic Fest …
The Devil’s Business
Some films have no business being features. The Devil’s Business is a solid movie, but it would be a terrific thirty-minute short. Even at a seemingly scant 75 minutes, director Sean Hogan’s tale of two hitmen who get more than they bargained for when their target turns out to have occult connections feels… Continue reading Fantastic Fest Capsule Reviews: 'The Devil's Business,' 'Manborg' and 'The Yellow Sea'