Thursday, September 29, 2016

Chattanooga Film Festival 2016: AGFA presents - Don't Panic

American Genre Film Archive presents:  Don't Panic (1988)
Chattanooga Film Festival 2016

Back at the beginning of April, I was able to go to the Chattanooga Film Festival with Mass Listeria (thanks again, Daniel and Tim, for bringing me on board...puns and all).  For four days, the Majestic Theater in Chattanooga was filled with movie lovers of all shapes and sizes.  Comedy, horror, drama, documentaries, short films, animated films, independent films...the festival had movies for everyone, regardless of tastes.  Over the next several posts, I will be posting my reviews of the movies that I saw there (in the order that I saw them).  Next up - American Genre Film Archive presents:  Don't Panic.

I'll be providing the description of the films provided in the Chattanooga Film Festival program and trailers via YouTube, when available.  The descriptions and the trailers of the movies might let you know what they are about, but if you want to know what I thought of them...well, you are just going to have to give the podcast a listen.

The CFF program description for American Genre Film Archive presents:  Don't Panic was:  In the late '80s, Mexican movie studios assaulted the teen terror genre.  The result was a slasher buffet of shrieking youths, Latino superstition, and bloodthirsty maniacs.  But no sub-border horror-war scored like Don't Panic, an English-language Freddy-friendly murder epic that runs completely off the rails of human logic.

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