TCFF19 Horror/Thriller Reviews: Puppet Killer + Scream, Queen: My Nightmare on Elm Street + 3 Day Weekend

We've already reached halfway of the film fest!! You can search TCFF2019 for ALL of the posts we've done so far this year. Check out the recap from Saturday (thanks to our media producers + TCFF interns!): https://vimeo.com/367529505 Well, since it's almost Halloween, here are a trio of horror/thriller reviews of films screening at TCFF! …

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TCFF19: DAY 3+4 Reviews: Greywood’s Plot + Documentaries: The Truth About Marriage & Salvage

It's already Day 4 at TCFF! Well, time sure flies when you're having fun! Here's a video recap from Saturday, courtesy of TCFF's awesome media producers Ellie Drews & Kirstie House: https://vimeo.com/367401324 Greywood's Plot Greywood's Plot, directed by MN-based director Josh Stifter (whom Ruth interviewed for his film The Good Exorcist), is a fantastically fun and …

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TCFF19: DAY 2 Recap + Reviews: Well-Groomed doc | Black Hat + Misdirection (short)

It's another gorgeous Autumn day for the second day of TCFF! It's an extra special day for me as the short film I helped produced last year, MASTER SERVANT was screened last under under the ALL THE WRONG PLACES short block, which was sold out! In fact, TCFF is adding a second screening of that …

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TCFF19: DAY 1 Recap + WORKING MAN (2019) review

So it begins!! Today is the start of Twin Cities Film Fest's 10th Anniversary... the first of eleven-day film festivities descends upon Kerasotes ShowPlace ICON Theatres at The Shops at West End. Thankfully our opening night happens to be on a lovely Autumn evening, the sun hasn't set yet and I had a few minutes …

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