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I’m glad that some people understand you don’t need to… [SCENE REPORT] MONTREAL’S FANTASIA FILM FESTIVAL: PART TWO July 21, 2016 Jason Coffman Here’s Jason Coffman’s second dispatch from the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal. Catch up on the last one by clicking on this sentence. Now get to reading — a third installment is on the way! July 18: THE EYES OF MY MOTHER (USA, dir. Nicolas Pesce)… [F*EAR CANDY] THE ‘SATURDAY NIGHT MOVIE SLEEPOVERS’ PODCAST PRESENTS: DEEP RED (1975) July 21, 2016 Mike Vanderbilt Every other week with FEAR CANDY, Daily Grindhouse will showcase a podcast episode that dives into our kind of movies; the scary, the gory, the creepy, the bloody, and the just plain weird… The SATURDAY NIGHT MOVIE SLEEPOVERS podcast features Dion Baia and J. 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It feels like… [MOVIE OF THE DAY] BRICK MANSIONS (2014) July 5, 2016 Jon Abrams A sort of re-imagining of the French film DISTRICT 13, this movie is destined to be remembered foremost and only as Paul Walker’s last film, and that’s fair. In my opinion Paul Walker was just starting to get really interesting as a star — the way pretty actors like… View More Subscribe Be the first to get our limited edition releases, deals, and killer content when you sign up for the Cult Movie Mania/Daily Grindhouse Newsletter SIGN UP WITH YOUR EMAIL HERE: DG on Twitter Check out part three of @RabbitRoom's @FantasiaFest coverage! https://t.co/2kdQ2Y4qs0 https://t.co/IVMdFKTN8s Visit DG on Twitter Like Us on Facebook The Wire Reviews Interviews Comics Grindhouse Grooves Miss Risk’s Dungeon No-Budget Nightmares Trailer Trash Podcasts Store ? 2016 Daily Grindhouse - All Rights Reserved | Design by Century Seven The Wire Interviews Reviews Comics DG Links Contact