Metropia

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In a Dystopian future, oil reserves are all but gone, and everyone is animated in such a way that their eyes are way, way too big for their heads.

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We’ve been training all our lives for this, and it’s finally here. Fantastic Fest 2009 promises to remove our eyeballs, pour blood, sex and ninja moves all over them and then shove them right back in our face. These are the 20 films that have us most excited about that upcoming amateur surgical procedure.

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The second round of entries into the Fantastic Fest 2009 line-up have been released this morning. And it’s not the sort of thing you’re going to want to miss.

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Tarik Saleh’s animated Metropia delivers some stunning footage and a few images that will give you giant-eyed, bone-thin nightmares.

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Cannes is just a few months away, and since we’re tired of caring about the Oscars, The Hollywood Reporter has released a list of possibles that’s too good not to dissect.

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