People Remembers the American Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

With the exit from Iraq and the draw-down of troops in Afghanistan, the numbers of Americans killed continues to drop. Still, loved ones are mourning 311 lost, and as of Dec. 17, the wars' toll since 2001 now stands at 6,656. Edward Joseph Acosta, 21 Trevor Brandon Adkins, 21 Ahmed Kousay al-Taie, 46 Erica Paige Alecksen, 21 Tobias Christoph Alexander, 30 Joseph James Altmann, 27 Mabry James Anders, 21 Joshua Ryan Ashley, 23 Bradley Wayne Atwell, 27 Daniel Benjamin Bartle, 27 Jon-Luke Bateman, 22 Jonathan Batista, 22 Rayvon Battle Jr., 25 Taylor John Baune, 21 Jordan Logan Bear, 25 Clayton Ross Beauchamp, 21 Genaro Bedoy, 20 Bryan Richard Bell, 23 Russell Ryan Bell, 37 Jose Oscar Belmontes, 28 Kenneth Wade Bennett, 26 Keith David Benson,
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Although Not Exactly Horror "The Girl Next Door" (2007) Will Be Sure To Frighten

Have you ever watched a film that made you feel so helpless? A film that triggered your emotions of anger, hatred and melancholy simultaneously? Those were the very feelings director Gregory Wilson intended to radiate to his audience in his adaptation of Jack Ketchums novel The Girl Next Door. Published in 1989, Ketchums loosely based story of the actual murder of Sylvia Likens in Indianapolis in 1965 was brought to life with such powerful im…
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Actress has a Keene role in Ghoul

Modernciné producer Andrew van den Houten is reteaming with The Girl Next Door director Gregory Wilson on Ghoul, an adaptation of the Brian Keene novel. Actress Catherine Mary Stewart, a fan favorite from Night of the Comet and The Last Starfighter, and who had a small part in Girl, is taking a role in the project.

Speaking at the recent Monster Mania convention in New Jersey, Stewart reveals that she’ll be shooting the movie in April and May. “It’s a very creepy script,” she says. “It’s not about zombies or anything like that; it’s much more realistic. It’s about a bunch of kids who start disappearing for some reason, and another group of kids who are friends with the ones who are disappearing discover why. I play one of the kids’ mothers; that’s what I’m doing these days [laughs]. But it’s a great role,
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Actress has a Keene role in “Ghoul”

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Modernciné producer Andrew van den Houten is reteaming with The Girl Next Door director Gregory Wilson on Ghoul, an adaptation of the Brian Keene novel. Actress Catherine Mary Stewart, a fan favorite from Night Of The Comet and The Last Starfighter who had a small part in Girl, is taking a role in the project, and discussed it with Fango.
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Ghoul Adaptation Next for Girl Next Door Director

Brian Keene's novel "Ghoul" is a screen adaptation that's presently in the works at Moderncine, the team that produced The Girl Next Door , Offspring and The Woman . Door helmer Gregory Wilson will direct and it was revealed over at Fangoria that Night of the Comet 's Catherine Mary Stewart is set to star. Published in 2007, "Ghoul" focuses on a young man who discovers a ghoul feasting on the flesh of the dead in his local cemetery, but soon the ghoul turns his appetites on the living. Shooting will take place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. More details to come!
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New Book Goes Behind the Scenes of The Girl Next Door Movie

Ever wonder how much a script changes between its original form and what we see on theater screens or DVD? Now, thanks to Cargo Cult Press and MODERNCINÉ's Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus, you can see exactly what was different in Dan Farrands and Philip Nutman's screenplay versus director Gregory Wilson's cinematic version. And a whole lot more as well!

Here's what you'll find in the limited edition Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus:

The book, which will be signed by all contributors, includes:

The original screenplay written by Daniel Farrands and Philip Nutman Introduction by Jack Ketchum Essays written by the following

* Blanch Baker (actress playing Ruth Chandler)

* Blythe Auffarth (actress playing Meg Loughlin)

* Producer Andrew van den Houten

* Director Gregory Wilson

* Score: Ryan Shore

* Producer and Cinematographer: William M. Miller

Interview with Jack Ketchum, Daniel Farrands,
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Jack Ketchum's "The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus (Limited Edition)" on the way

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“Who’s the scariest guy in America? Probably Jack Ketchum?” That’s what Stephen King said about the author of such books as Peaceable Kingdom & Off Season. Four of his books—Offspring, Red, The Lost and The Girl Next Door—have been turned into feature films. The Girl Next Door adaptation came out in 2007, directed by Gregory Wilson, and now the novel is being re-released as Jack Ketchum’S The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus (Limited Edition).
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2007 New York City Horror Festival

  • If you’re looking to get into the Halloween spirit early, you’re in luck. The New York City Horror Festival kicks off this Wednesday, October 24th at The Cantor Film Center (36 East 8 Street, New York), and runs through Sunday October 28th. This year’s schedule of events include the world premiere Seed (2006)Seed
[/link] the latest from critic pummeling director Uwe Boll, a special screening of the director’s cut of Hostel, with an alternate ending and a Q&A session with director Eli Roth afterwards. The highlight of the fest will be A Lifetime Achievement Award presented to Herschell Gordon Lewis, director of such drive in classics as Wizard Of Gore and Blood Feast. A true independent, Lewis is credited with innovating the ultra-violent grindhouse cinema that has decades later, become a fashionable part of the mainstream. There will be a special screening of Lewis’s 2000 Maniacs with a
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