Brad Gullickson

Brad Gullickson is a Weekly Columnist for Film School Rejects and Senior Curator for One Perfect Shot. When not rambling about movies here, he's rambling about comics as the co-host of Comic Book Couples Counseling. Hunt him down on Twitter: @MouthDork. (He/Him)
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Fantastic Fest: ‘The Death of Stalin’ is An Incongruous Lark of Relevant Horror

By Brad Gullickson 

Armando Iannucci’s latest comedy goes for history’s jugular and finds a mouthful of present-day atrocities.

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Fantastic Fest: Don’t Get Short With ‘Downsizing’

By Brad Gullickson 

Alexander Payne and Matt Damon remain small in this latest satirical scolding of our middle-class desires.

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Fantastic Fest: ‘Mom and Dad’ Grinds Gore for Your Pleasure

By Brad Gullickson 

Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair chew through scenery and sinew in this latest wannabe grindhouse exercise.

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Fantastic Fest: Talking Misery and pleasure with the stars of ‘Gerald’s Game’

By Brad Gullickson 

Two actors find the energy and the emotional truth in the room.

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Fantastic Fest: Talking the Insanity of Isolation with the Stars and Director of ‘1922′

By Brad Gullickson 

A discussion of the American Gothic built on the heartbreak of loneliness and the hunger of rats.

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Fantastic Fest: Talking Torture and Triumph With The Filmmakers of ‘Gerald’s Game’

By Brad Gullickson 

The wheel finally comes around for one of the most successful Stephen King adaptations yet.

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Looks to Make America Klingon Again

By Brad Gullickson 

After a 12-year absence from television, Star Trek returns, but does it remain Starfleet?

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Fantastic Fest: ‘3Ft Ball & Souls’ Is a Hopeful Movie About Suicide

By Brad Gullickson 

Living, dying, repeating is all the rage these days.

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Fantastic Fest: ‘King Cohen’ Celebrates the Best Guerrilla Filmmaker in the Business

By Brad Gullickson 

“Anybody will put up with anything if they think a movie is being shot.”