On the seventh day, there was levity. And it was good. After a brutal sixth day at Fantastic Fest 2010, the penultimate seventy day finally held a few films to break up the constant barrage of disturbing images. Of course, those lighter films were sandwiched others featuring mass gay rape and immigrant torture, plus the so-called “lighter films” did contain self castration as well as a barrage of bullets. It’s still Fantastic Fest after all, it’ll never be puppy dogs and ice cream. Hit the jump to read about The Life and Death of a Porno Gang, Red, Fatso, Undocumented, and Karl Urban talks Dredd.
Stone, Ong Bak 3, and the remake of I Spit on Your Grave are some of the films that have just been added to this year’s Fantastic Fest line-up. We’ve received a press release announcing the inclusion of those films, along with 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, Carancho, Drones, Fire of Conscience, Hatchet 2, The Housemaid (the original and the remake), Kidnapped, Legend of the Fist, Redline, Skate Land, Undocumented, and We Are What We Are. Previously announced films include Buried and Let Me In.
Hit the jump for a brief synopsis for each of these films. Fantastic Fest will run from September 23 – 30th in Austin, Texas.