The Golden Briefcase at Fantastic Fest 2013 with Tim, Jeremy & Guests
by Tim Buel
September 29, 2013
It is with bittersweet feelings that we post our podcast recap of an absolutely wonderful Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas! Jeremy and I both had the privilege of seeing an abundance of excellent films and talking about them with our friends and colleagues for you to hear at home. The films mentioned include Machete Kills, Patrick, The Dirties, Afflicted, A Field in England, The Sacrament and others. We're also joined by friends of the show, such as Brad McHargue of Dread Central (who was our guest on Episode #171), Britt Hayes of ScreenCrush, Eric D. Snider of Twitch, J.C. De Leon of OneofUs.net & more.
All-in-all this year was seriously one of the best programming line-ups ever at Fantastic Fest and we were overjoyed to like/love almost everything we saw. Not that there weren't some stinkers, but the beauty of Fantastic Fest (and other eclectic fests) is that one man's trash is really another man's treasure! There are guaranteed debates and conversations about polarizing films to be had and that is truly what makes every year so special. Let us know if you've seen any of the ones mentioned below and be sure to look out for some of these great titles as they hopefully make their way to theaters or shelves near you soon. Listen in below.
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Previous Episode: Preparation for the Fantastic (Guest: Brad McHargue)
The regular Golden Briefcase show also records live on Wednesday nights. All of our previous TGB Episodes can be still found here. With both Jeremy and I attending Fantastic Fest the last week, this special recap is presented as a look back at our experiences and all the films we watched this year. Read Jeremy's reviews.
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