Fantastic Fest 2014: ScreenAnarchy's 12 Most Anticipated Films From Our 12 On-Hand Contributors

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Hallelujah! It is Fantastic Fest time once again! The fest kicks off tomorrow, and what's more, Austin's ridiculously fun genre festival is back at its spiritual home of the Drafthouse South Lamar. You might say we are a little excited.

Twitch will be representing en force with 12 (count 'em, 12) contributors on hand to celebrate. We'll have plenty of reviews and coverage of all the great events throughout the week. To start things off, we've asked everyone to choose just one movie they are extremely excited about at the fest.

So here they are, ScreenAnarchy's 12 most anticipated films of Fantastic Fest 2014. Tell us what you're most excited to see, and be sure to say hi if you're hanging out in Austin.


Todd Brown, James Marsh, Peter Martin, Benjamin Umstead, Shelagh Rowan-Legg, Joshua Chaplinsky, J Hurtado, Rachel Fox, Dave Canfield, Pierce Conran and Michele "Izzy" Galgana contributed to this story.

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Andrew MackSeptember 17, 2014 1:12 PM

I think an upside to all of this is that if Todd loses his bout after his round of Fantastic Debates (unfathomable though it might be) there will be a sizable posse waiting at all the exits for that BitTorrent guy!

J HurtadoSeptember 17, 2014 1:28 PM

Zod rolls deep

James RobinsonSeptember 17, 2014 4:29 PM

Should I be watching Gyorgy Palfi's films then?

Joshua ChaplinskySeptember 17, 2014 5:32 PM

Yes and yes.

Joshua ChaplinskySeptember 17, 2014 5:32 PM

So much goodness, it actually hurts.