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This ambitious English horror anthology is sadly a big ol' lump of coal in your Christmas stocking.
Based on the true-life exploits of a notorious serial killer, this outré film is definitely not for the weak of heart.
Three friends fight off the zombie apocalypse in Josh Monkarsh's amusing comedy — with Pam Grier!
This documentary follows the candidates, activists and organizers who are showing what real progress looks like in a red-controlled state.
Alexander McGregor Birrell's slow-burning thriller arrives this month from Cinephobia Releasing.
This one-act comedy centers around a toxic group of friends.
USC freshman Ainsley Ferrell talks about a play she feels passionate about.
Peterson talks about the show's triumphant return to the Fringe.
The composer/performer talked to ArtsBeat LA about premiering his show at the Fringe.
The writer, star and co-director of this world premiere talks to us about the play.
The ridiculous title may make you think it is a mess. Yes it is.
This is a rewarding documentary with an approach takes the genre in unique directions.
This absorbing documentary paints a portrait of a visual artist whose creativity and quest for truth is boundless.
This impressive debut by an Argentinian filmmaker is a joy to watch.
The story of passionate activists seeking to legalize marijuana all around the country is told in this absorbing documentary.
A new arrival in Los Angeles, Chris Murphy is making his debut at the Fringe with this solo show.
The show's producer talks about this offbeat comedy that is making its world premiere at the Fringe.
This solo show tells the controversial story of the legendary Annie Sprinkle.
Howard’s portrait of celebrity chef and humanitarian José Andrés and his World Central Kitchen is anything but a dry documentary.
This meticulously researched documentary chronicles the history of the mouse and the world's relationship with him.
Dunstan Bruce's documentary about his band Chumbawamba is an odd bird.
Joseph and Vanessa Winter's hilarious horror comedy opened this year's SXSW Midnighters series.
This Quentin Tarantino wannabe looks great but is an ultimately vacuous stumble down familiar roads.
In this true memory piece set in Cape Cod in 1973, a teenager comes to grips with her father's sexuality.
Tukel talks about his most recently released film, 'That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes.'
Come to the Hollywood Fringe! Fun shows this weekend.
This poignant story of forbidden love is set against the backdrop of the Cold War.
The show comes back to San Antonio where it all began to close out Teatro Audaz's 2020-21 season.
The stories of two men who lost their lives at the hand of a West Hollywood political activist are told in this absorbing documentary.
James Suttles’ fun, slow-burning thriller mixes genres to good effect.
This Argentian thriller recalls 'Misery' and 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane,' but with its own nasty twist.