Here’s some notable and recent additions to Fantastic Fest 2013. We weren’t sure we could describe A Field In England (by the director of Kill List and Sightseers,Ben Wheatley) as horror (or even what sub-category under our ‘Cross-Genre’ category to put it under, we settled for a few); watch the trailer and you’ll see what we mean. The poster art is pretty damn cool though, we’ll give it that. Of all three, the David Cronenberg -narrated documentary Tales From the Organ Trade should be the most horrifying and disturbing …and we’re pretty sure we’re not alone in our opinion. Alex de la Iglesia‘s Witching and Bitching sounds like the most entertaining of these (and that title helps it hit the ground running); check the Related Articles below for the trailer.
- The WITCHING & BITCHING Trailer Is Bitchin’ And Bewitching (badassdigest.com)
- Fantastic Fest 2013 Reveals Second Wave of Films Featuring Ben Wheatley, Elijah Wood, John Cusack and David Cronenberg (slashfilm.com)
- Fantastic Fest’s Intergalactic Fantastic Filmmaking Frenzy Bumper Contest 3013 A.D.!!! (badassdigest.com)
- ‘Machete Kills’ World Premiere To Open Fantastic Fest 2013 (deadline.com)