Q&A with The Haunting Of Sharon Tate Writer/Director Daniel Farrands

After focusing on the DeFeo family in The Amityville Murders, writer/director Daniel Farrands tells the story of Sharon Tate and her friends in the days leading up to their tragic murders in the ...

Exclusive Interview: ‘Videoman’ Director Kristian A. Söderström Shares All

Directed by Kristian A. Söderström, Videoman is a Swedish film that follows the life of a lonely VHS fanatic. Obsessed with the now defunct format, Ennio (Stefan Sauk) is a dinosaur living in the ...

Francoise Bonnot Dies: Oscar-Winning Editor & Costa-Gavras Regular Was 78

Francoise Bonnot Dies: Oscar-Winning Editor & Costa-Gavras Regular Was 78 Francoise Bonnot, a film editor who won an Oscar for Z and a BAFTA Award for Missing among dozens of credits, died Saturday in Paris. She was 78. The France native worked with a number of top ...

It Came From The Tube: The Devil’S Daughter (1973)

What’s your earliest horror memory, the moment you were irreversibly scarred yet knew you had to see and know more? Which one imprinted on you at a stupidly impressionable age? Do you remember? ...

Whoa! Shamita Shetty gets inked, albeit for a role in The Tenant

Whoa! Shamita Shetty gets inked, albeit for a role in The Tenant Shamita Shetty, who had taken a liking towards TV shows, is back to films. She has been signed for an international film The Tenant, which is directed by Sushrut Jain. Sushrut has his roots in India ...

Review: Kaleidoscope Is Beautiful and Fragmented

Lots of mentally fragile guys are obsessed with their mothers, especially when it comes to cinematic tropes. Of course, there's Psycho, a giant of a film and a close cousin to Rupert Jones' debut ...

‘Thirst Street’ Trailer: Lindsay Burdge Stalks In A Wry Psycho Sexual Drama

Of all the films I saw at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, Nathan Silver’s “Thirst Street” was easily the best one. Starring Lindsay Burdge (“A Teacher”), the movie is influenced by the erotic 1970s ...

Crypt of Curiosities: Boundary-Pushing British Psychological Thrillers of the 1960s

When it comes to discussing ’60s British horror, most conversations usually begin and end with Hammer’s gothics and their sleazy derivatives. Mind you, it’s not hard to see why—the studio practically ...

Lindsay Burdge Sparkles In The Delicious Psycho Sexual Thriller ‘Thirst Street’ [Tribeca Review]

To keep it indie 100 for a minute and hopefully not sound too obscure, if indie filmmaker Alex Ross Perry was to Roman Polanski what his paranoiac feature “Queen Of Earth” was to Polanski’s “The ...

Interview: How Gore Verbinski and Dane DeHaan turned their nightmares into A Cure For Wellness

Dan Jolin chats with Gore Verbinski and Dane DeHaan about A Cure for Wellness… During the summer of 2015, while shooting A Cure for Wellness in Germany, Dane DeHaan went through what he describes as ...

It Came From The Tube: Satan’S School For Girls (1973)

Warning: if you’re not a Kate Jackson fan, today’s column may not work in your favor. Plus, we probably shouldn’t hang out. I first fell in love with Ms. Jackson (if you’re nasty) when I was six. At ...

Rosemary’s Baby

Roman Polanski’s sinister and sophisticated adaptation of Ira Levin’s novel is also one of the most darkly comic films ever made, in this case personified by Ruth Gordon as the busybody neighbor of ...

20th Century Fox Showcase 2017: Impressions of the First 30 Minutes of A Cure For Wellness

I knew almost nothing about A Cure for Wellness prior to Fox’s 2017 Showcase event, except that it was the latest from Gore Verbinski, director of The Ring and the first three Pirates of the Caribbean ...

Explore Roman Polanski’s “Cinema of Invasion” in a New Video Essay

“No one does it to you like Roman Polanski” – a tagline that would take on some rather unfortunate new contexts only a few years after its unveiling, or the rare bit of marketing to properly sell an ...

Creepy review

Ryan Lambie Published Date Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 06:39 Can you really trust your neighbours, as respectable as they might seem? Isn’t there something a little strange about the guy who lives ...

Great Job, Internet!: Bruce Campbell has an unexpected horror film recommendation for this Halloween

Thanks to the Evil Dead series, Bruce Campbell is a bit of a horror icon these days. He even resurrected the series for Starz’s Ash Vs. Evil Dead, which sees Campbell reprising the role of ace ...

20-Minute Video Essay On The Brilliant Cinematography Of Sven Nykvist

No one manipulated light like Sven Nykvist. Perhaps the greatest cinematographer of our time, the Swedish-born, two time Oscar-winner (“Cries and Whispers,” “Fanny and Alexander“) saw something in ...

Artsploitation to Bring Polanski-esque Thriller Observance to Blu-ray

Acclaimed psychological horror film Observance gets Blu-ray release. Not since Roman Polanski’s mind-bending 1976 creeper The Tenant has apartment living seemed so psychically unhealthy than in ...

Andrew Dominik’s 10 Favorite Films

Across his three features this century, Andrew Dominik has explored masculine ideals (and the lack thereof) with an uncompromising vision. While earning the most acclaim for his stunning western The ...

New on Video: ‘What?’

What? Written by Gérard Brach, Roman Polanski Directed by Roman Polanski Italy/France/Germany, 1972 You can forgive Roman Polanski if he wanted to take things easy in 1972 and make a ...

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