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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Tom Arnold Wants You To Buy Into The Absurdity of ‘Dead Ant’

By Brad Gullickson 

There is no room for cynicism with Tom Arnold’s new creature feature filled with wannabe rockers and giant, finger-lickin’ mutant ants.

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Jeremy Rush Wants You to Bask In The Glory of Frank Grillo

By Brad Gullickson 

For his debut feature ‘Wheelman,’ Jeremy Rush puts a new spin on a classic, but not entirely exhausted, sub-genre.

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Behind the Wheel with Frank Grillo

By Brad Gullickson 

Frank Grillo and Joe Carnahan launch their War Party production company with the new Netflix film, Wheelman.

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Talking Adaptation Versus Remake with the Director of ‘Dementia 13’

By Brad Gullickson 

Richard LeMay finds originality in remaking Francis Ford Coppola’s infamous first film.

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Interview: The Star and Director of ‘Brawl in Cell Block 99’

By Brad Gullickson 

Vince Vaughn and S. Craig Zahler descend into the mouth of madness for their prison brawl nightmare.

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Fantastic Fest: Udo Kier Teaches Us How to Properly Scream

By Brad Gullickson 

In Brawl in Cell Block 99, Udo Kier prides himself on being the turning point for madness.

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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.