FantasticFest is the largest genre film festival in the U.S., specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, and action movies from all around the world. Here's a list of some of our favorite movies at FantasticFest.
Five miles below the Earth's surface, a group of scientists is working in self-imposed isolation, perfecting a series of DNA experiments that could literally change the world. But when one ... See full summary »
Microbes are brought back to earth via a space probe from Venus. A scientist is using them in experiments on ageing, but dies before the work is finished. His assistant approaches an ageing... See full summary »
When a series of unexplained vicious animal attacks strikes his community, Sheriff Jim Tanner and his assistant Barbara trace them back to a Dr. Hyde, a former military researcher whose ... See full summary »
Three Venusians land on Earth and transform themselves into beautiful buxom babes, then go about their task of sucking the life force out of unsuspecting males. Their disguises are a propos... See full summary »
After the nuclear holocaust, one man rises from the ashes to become the leader of a ragged gang of survivors. They soon discover that their greatest challenge is yet to come; they must ... See full summary »
Augusto Tamayo San Román,
A group of space renegades hook up with a drifter named McQueen. Together they hole up in an abandoned research facility for the night and are relentlessly pursued by a human/monster hybrid. Written by
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Are only a few ways to describe this unspeakably awful piece of trash about a genetic research facility where a slime-dripping, rampaging, H.R. Ginger-esque monster is on the loose.
The whole film looks like a H.R. Ginger nightmare, except the sets are unconvincing, the creature effects are shoddy, and the acting and dialogue are all so horribly ridiclious that the film can't even be enjoyed on a tongue-in-cheek level.
So stay away from it. I wish that the cool cover (A pair of slimy jaws hanging over the main characters) hadn't caught my eye. * stars out of 5.
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