22 February 2012 1:09 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

For a festival that only runs for four days, Yifff certainly knows how to spread itself as wide as possible and pack in as much quality programming as the city can accommodate. In addition to everything I have alrerady covered in these previews, the festival includes a World Fantastic section, featuring films such as The Night Of The Chuqacabras from Brazilian filmmaker Rodrigo Aragao and The Devil's Rock, a supernatural World War II thriller from British-born Paul Campion, a digital effects artist-turned-director whose credits include The Lord Of The Rings trilogy. There is also an entire section devoted to new Korean Cinema. Among the films in this section is arguably my most anticipated film of the festival:young Gun In The Timea year after producing the »

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