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The End of the World as We KNOW IT Wednesday, October 18
After Dark Horrorfest was an annual U.S. festival that ran from 2006-2015, featuring original films that were subsequently released to home video.
THE Director Wednesday, October 11
OCD genius Howard Hughes left his mark on Hollywood
No HOPE for Cowboy Bob Wednesday, October 4
No thanks for the memories
This CRAZY Life Wednesday, September 27
It’s safe to say Paul Verhoeven and François Ozon are among the best European filmmakers today.
They Came From BEYOND Wednesday, September 20
Odds are, anyone reading this column may be unfamiliar with Edward L. Cahn, a prolific filmmaker whose career spanned more than 40 years, from 1917 until his death at age 64 in 1963, his last movie …
The summer movie season is officially behind us (thank heavens), so it’s time to get excited for the Oscar bait that arrives every autumn. Remember, release dates are subject to …
Along with Guy Ritchie and Neil Marshall, one of the most original, exciting English filmmakers of the past 15-plus years has to be Ben Wheatley. All three started with action-thrillers of one kind …
Audiences have always enjoyed the vicarious thrill of disaster films—the bigger, sometimes the better. In 1928, Hollywood flushed out the first version of Noah’s Ark, followed in ’33 with Deluge (just out on Blu-ray) in which a tidal wave engulfs the Big Apple.
There's no room for Patricia Dombrowski in the rap world. She’s an overweight white girl from New Jersey who’s laughed at and rejected whenever she dares to ask for a chance.
In the digital age, it’s a bit unusual (and refreshing) to see a throwback horror movie that relies more on latex, goo, prosthetics and mechanics for its special effects instead of more costly, …