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Fantasia 2009: The Wrap-up with Mitch Davis

If you've ever been to Montreal's Fantasia Film Festival, then you know that Mitch Davis is a legend. As Co-Director of both the festival and International Programming, he can usually be found howling into a microphone as he introduces his favorite films to the adoring audience.

He may be the front man, but Mitch asked if we'd make sure to acknowledge the other programmers, all of whom contribute to make Fantasia the greatest genre festival in North America. So thanks not only to Mitch but also to Tony Timpone, Todd Brown, Simon Laperriere, Isabelle Gauvreau, Nicolas Archambault, King-Wei Chu, and Mijeong Lee. You stole our sleep and sanity for three weeks, but we love you for it!

Now that the festival's over and life is back to normal, we asked Mitch to wrap up this year's Fantasia coverage:

Mitch, congrats on surviving another year of Fantasia. Were there any unlucky
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Fantasia 2009: The Wrap-up with Mitch Davis

If you've ever been to Montreal Fantasia Film Festival, then you know that Mitch Davis is a legend. As both Co-Director of the festival, and of International Programming, you can usually find him howling into a microphone as he introduces his favorite films to the adoring audience. He may be the front man, but Mitch asked if we'd make sure to acknowledge the other programmers, all of whom contribute to make Fantasia the greatest genre festival in North America. So, thanks not only to Mitch, but also to Tony Timpone, Todd Brown, Simon Laperriere, Isabelle Gauvreau, Nicolas Archambault, King-Wei Chu and Mijeong Lee. You stole our sleep and sanity for three weeks, but we love you for it!

Now that the festival's over, and life is back to normal, we asked Mitch to wrap up this year's Fantasia coverage:

Mitch, congrats on surviving another year of Fantasia. Were there any
See full article at Dread Central »

The Weekly Wrap-Up: September 6-12, 2008

September 6-12, 2008, was a busy week of serendipity, shorts, and a few surprises.

Starting with one of the surprises, I doubt anyone expected to see Tom Cruise's name associated with Hannibal in any way, even a round-about one. But now that he and United Artists have acquired the rights to Mario Spezi’s novel The Monster of Florence, upon which Thomas Harris based his iconic character, it seems anything is possible -- even Cruise himself stepping into Sir Anthony Hopkins' extremely large and accomplished shoes to tackle the role of the Monster.

If you prefer to be the one handing out the shocks and shivers, make sure you enter our Shock Festival DVD & Trailer Contest. The top five entries will be featured in the 3-disc DVD set based on both the fictional Shock Festival films and the real films that inspired them. In addition they'll be shown publicly
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