The Golden Briefcase at Fantastic Fest 2012: Recap of Days 1 to 4
by Tim Buel
September 25, 2012
Fantastic Fest is well underway in Austin and we've already seen tons of films including Frankenweenie, Sinister and more. Tim and Jeremy have been recording audio blogs for films they feel need discussion and have compiled them in a single episode from the first few days. The guys are joined by various critic friends (many of whom have been on the regular podcast) including the likes of FS' James Wallace, Brad McHargue (Dread Central), J.C. De Leon (ScreenInvasion), Eric D. Snider (Movie B.S.) and others. They also got to sit down with good friend of the show C. Robert Cargill (aka Massawyrm) and director Scott Derrickson to talk about their new horror film Sinister. Listen in for a recap of the first 4 days of Fantastic Fest 2012!
Films discussed in this episode screened at Fantastic Fest include: Scott Derrickson's Sinister (Jeremy's review), Tim Burton's Frankenweenie (Jeremy's review), Marcus Dunstan's The Collection (see the first trailer), Diederik Van Rooijen's Taped and Christopher MacBride's The Conspiracy (Jeremy's review).
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The regular Golden Briefcase show also records live on Wednesday nights. You can listen in via Ustream or by visiting our live page right here on FS. All of our previous TGB Episodes can be still found here. As we're both attending Fantastic Fest, we will be posting a couple of audio blogs directly from the festival in Austin.
Previous Episode: That's Fantastic! (Guests: Tim League, Brian Salisbury, Luke Mullen)
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