SXSW Film Review: ‘Pet Sematary’

In Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary,” the big-city Creed family moves to rural Maine, inadvertently buying a plot of land that includes an ancient Indian burial ground. If you inter a beloved feline correctly in the creepy pet cemetery behind their house, it’s liable to come back … different. Same goes for cadavers of the non-cat […]



Yeehaw! Which Stylish Celebrity Was 2019’s SXSW Best Dressed Star?

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The 2019 SXSW Festival is underway and it is one stylish affair. As stars arrived in Austin, Texas to attend conferences, talks, panels and premieres there…

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SXSW 2019: Synthetic sushi, a buggy demo, and other weird gadgets

SXSW 2019: Synthetic sushi, a buggy demo, and other weird gadgetsSXSW 2019 offered a slew of strange and interesting exhibits ranging from sloths to rocket engines, and even 3D-printed Sushi.

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SXSW Film Review: ‘The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter’

Although “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter” comes to us from director Jody Hill and actor/co-writer Danny McBride, the masterminds behind the exuberantly surly HBO sitcoms “Eastbound and Down” and “Vice Principals,” far too much of this wildly uneven Netflix-bound comedy (scheduled to launch July 6) plays less like a transgressive farce than an […]



The car of the future debuts at SXSW

The car of the future debuts at SXSWHere’s a sneak peek at what we could be driving around in 2020. The startup Nio debuted the Eve at SXSW. This futuristic self-driving machine does more than just drive – it has an artificial intelligence engine called Nomi that acts like a personal assistant, and can understand and talk to its passengers. Nio has sliding glass digital doors and an interior that displays data to passengers. The cabin is more like a living room, with reclining seats and folding tables. …

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Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien: Covenant’ Makes SXSW Scream

As he took the stage of the Paramount Theatre on Friday night, Ridley Scott admitted this was his first trip to Austin. He complimented the local food as good and the tequila as even better. But this wasn’t a holiday for the prolific 79-year-old director. Scott was at SXSW to introduce 15 minutes of footage from… Read more »



FilmRise Buys Sean Bronson’s SXSW Thriller ‘My Father Die’

Film and television distributor FilmRise has acquired exclusive worldwide distribution rights for Sean Brosnan’s debut feature film, “My Father Die,” for a winter theatrical release. “My Father Die” made its world premiere at the 2016 South by Southwest festival. It’s directed by Sean Brosnan, son of actor Pierce Brosnan, who produces the film alongside Sean’s producing partners… Read more »



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Lil Bub And Instagram Help Find Loving Homes For Pets At SXSW

We all know social media basically exists for the sole reason of sharing adorable animal pics. But one recent initiative demonstrated how posing with a pooch can garner more than just likes.

Lil Bub, South by Southwest and Instagram recently teamed up to find loving homes for cuddly creatures. Through a meet-and-greet and photo opp at the annual music festival in Austin, Texas, the famous Internet cat helped raise $ 7,000 in three hours for animal rescue centers, Mashable reported.

“The people who attend SXSW are influential, and are using their networks to promote adoption and to help share photos of these adorable guys. I think it’s really powerful,” Olivia Melikhov, ASPCA’s senior manager of social media, told Mashable.

There has been no shortage of amazing moments at this year’s SXSW, including a private concert for a fan injured in the SXSW car crash, or that time Lady GaGa had someone puke on her, but we think a charity initiative involving the Internet’s favorite cat definitely tops the list.

Lil Bub, the goofy and lovable dwarf cat with a jaw deformity that causes her tongue to permanently hang out of her mouth, uses her internet fame for good. Her website calls her “an advocate for homeless and special needs pets all over the universe.” and to date she has raised more than $ 60,000 for various charities.

It’s no wonder that SXSW hosted so many animal friendly events, with Austin’s current standing as the largest no-kill city in the nation. A report from the City of Austin revealed that the city shelters have a 91 percent live animal outcome, with 4,3000 dogs and cats rescued in the three month period the study covered. That’s a number made all the more impressive by the fact that 6 to 8 million cats and dogs are entering shelters each year, according to The Humane Society of the United States.

It’s more important than ever to help loving, adoptable animals find permanent homes. Good thing, in Austin at least, there is no shortage of friendly faces willing to help out. As Instagram partnerships employee Charles Porch told Mashable, “Our community is so powerful on Instagram and they love a reason to get together and if we can pair that with dogs that need to be adopted, then these dogs are going to have the most beautiful photography of any dog up for adoption today.”
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“Wild Canaries” Cast Serves Up Comedy-Suspense at SXSW

Jason Ritter, Alia Shawkat and Lawrence Michael Levine stopped by the Samsung Blogger Lounge at SXSW 2014 to talk with What’s Trending about their latest film “Wild Canaries.”

The film is described as a “comedy-suspense film” according to director Lawrence Michael Levine. The plot centers around the potential murder of a couple’s elderly neighbor. In an attempt to find truth, the couple, played by Levine and his real-life wife Sophia Takal, don their trench coats and shades and become amateur sleuths.

Indiewire gave a positive review of the film, stating that it “transcends the clichés of NYC hipster comedies.”

“The idea that I would ever be doing anything “hip” is strange to me,” Levine said.

Apart from movie chat, Alia Shawkat answered “Arrested Development” rumors and Jason Ritter talked about his Charles Mansion transformation in his upcoming role.
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