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Kurt Halfyard
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ON the Buzzed Genre films that I’ve seen:

Coherence – EXCELLENT
Why Don’t You Play in Hell – EXCELLENT
R100 – EXCELLENT
Frequencies (aka OXV: The Manual) – Almost good.
The Green Inferno – Meh.

Super excited for THE ROVER, THE CONGRESS, THE MULE, THE SIGNAL and WHEN ANIMALS DREAM, hopefully a lot of them will be at Fantasia 2014

Sean Kelly
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According to IMDB, The Signal opens next week. I like me some indie sci-fi.

Films that I saw from that list:
– Wolfcop (watched screener for TFS. Fun film)

Films on that list I want to see:
– The Guest (after You’re Next, I’ll give anything Adam Wingard directs a watch)
– The Signal
– Creep
– Cooties (heard good things about this horror-comedy co-written by Leigh Whannell)
– Map of the Stars (will watch anything Cronenberg directs)

Marina Antunes
Admin

Love love love Coherence.

If it wasn’t clear: LOVE.

David Brook
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I saw Nothing Bad Can Happen at last year’s Cannes – http://www.rowthree.com/2013/05/25/cannes-2013-review-roundup-part-1/

I wouldn’t call it a genre film, it’s a relentlessly harrowing drama. It’s powerful and interesting at times but too tough and grim to easily recommend.

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