George Heftler

George Heftler
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https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/george-heftler/the-best-little-horror-house-in-philly
George is a writer with a love for horror and a tolerance for garbage. See what he's watching at letterboxd.com/georgehef/ and listen to him talk about the best horror movie(s) ever made on his podcast The Best Little Horror House in Philly.

Fantasia Fest 2020 Review: Class Action Park

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Fantasia Fest 2020 Review: Special Actors

When writer-director Shin'ichirô Ueda’s debut feature, One Cut of the Dead came out last year, it quickly became the name on everyone’s lips. Combining...

Fantasia Fest 2020 Review: Survival Skills

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Fantasia Fest 2020 Review: Fried Barry

This is a weird one, so strap in. Fried Barry is the feature debut of writer-director Ryan Krueger and follows the story of Barry (Gary...

‘The Invisible Man’ Review: A Worthy Remake?

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Greenlight Review: An Impressive Debut from Graham Denman

In addition to directing his debut feature in 2020’s Greenlight, Graham Denman has a “story by” credit. It seems obvious then, that we are...

‘VHYes’ Review: A Fun and Clever Homage to Video Tapes

VHS is back, baby. After vinyl, it was only a matter of time before this fondness for the vintage moved to our visual media. Sure,...

‘Little Women’ Review: A Wonderful Film about Support, Compassion & Empowerment

The time was ripe for another Little Women remake. Originally released in 1868, the book by Louisa May Alcott has spawned seven adaptations in...

Philly Film Festival Review: Dogs Don’t Wear Pants

As Ms. Stefani Germanotta once exclaimed, “I want your love and I want your revenge, you and me could write a bad romance”. Well,...

Philly Film Festival Review: The Aeronauts

Written by George Heftler There are a myriad of issues with Victorian era disaster film, The Aeronauts. Based on a biography of several aeronauts (although...

Philly Film Festival Review: Paradise Hills

Written by George Heftler If a movie’s influences include Suspiria and Alice in Wonderland, it’s not surprising when things get curiouser and curiouser. What is...

Philly Film Festival Review: Porno

Written by George Heftler There was an electricity in the air as the crowd shuffled into the theater in stages to watch Porno. First, the...

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