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The Fantastic Fest 2016 Backhalf Recap: From Monster Movies To Low-Budget Lore

The last four days at this year's Fantastic Fest showed audiences that original storytelling is alive and well in cinema. The post The Fantastic Fest 2016 Backhalf Recap: From Monster Movies To Low-Budget Lore appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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