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2014 in film preview: thrillers

30 December 2013 3:36 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Thrills, spills and – hopefully – not too much bellyaching about our pick of 2014's upcoming thrillers

• 2014 preview: comedy

• 2014 preview: Oscar hopefuls

• 2014 preview: science fiction

• 2014 preview: romance

• 2014 preview: drama

Monuments Men

George Clooney gets the gang (Matt Damon, John Goodman, Bill Murray) back together for the greatest of capers – protecting works of art from the Nazis. Based loosely on Robert Edsel's book about the real life Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives programme, the trailer suggests the director/star has gone all Boys' Own on this one. Funny old gang of recruits mind – we can buy Clooney and Damon as rogues on a mission, but Murray and Goodman look more Dad's Army than Dirty Dozen. 1 January

Gone Girl

Gillian Flynn's best-seller gets a big-screen adaptation. Ben Affleck plays Nick Dunne, a struggling journalist implicated in the disappearance of his wife (Rosamund Pike), who went missing on the day of their fifth wedding anniversary. »

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You Spin Me Right Round, Michael Myers, Right Round! Halloween Vinyl!

23 October 2013 4:03 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

My Halloween parties last approximately 13 minutes, and this is all because of my lackluster playlist. It starts with This Is Halloween from The Nightmare Before Christmas, followed by The Monster Mash, and finishing with Michael Jakson’s Thriller. Then I’m spent. Luckily my Christmas parties are much more banging.

Fortunately I won’t have such a problem this year, thanks to the original soundtrack (Ost to those in the biz) to John Carpenter’s Halloween being released on a sexy vinyl print. The cover is a white faced William Shatner mask, the mini-circle in the middle (which probably has a technical name) is a pumpkin, and it looks bloody gorgeous. Not to mention the fact that the score, composed by John Carpenter himself, is an absolute corker.

With packaging design from Phantom City Creative, and being released by movie poster gods, Mondo, all fans will definitely want this first »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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Book Review: "TV Horror: Investigating The Dark Side Of The Small Screen" By Lorna Jowett And Stacey Abbott

9 September 2013 3:57 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

TV Horror:Investigating the Dark Side of the Small Screen

by Lorna Jowett and Stacey Abbott

I.B. Taurus

270 pages

Paperback

Isbn: 978148856189

By Adrian Smith

Television can easily be dismissed as being an unsuitable medium for the horror genre, having to please the moral majority and unable to be as red in tooth and claw as those horrific offerings on the silver screen. Jowett and Abbott's new book does its best to prove this argument wrong, demonstrating that in many ways television has been able to explore the darker recesses of horror in far more depth than can be done in a single two hour movie. Shows such as The Twilight Zone and Buffy the Vampire Slayer have embraced the limitations of the small screen to present some truly chilling, unsettling moments. Long-running shows like The X-Files were able to have story arcs that lasted several seasons, building complex characters and even more complicated plots. »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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London Film Festival 2013: full line-up

4 September 2013 4:04 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Browse all the sections of the 57th London Film Festival (Oct 9-20) including the galas, competition titles and individual sections.

Alphabetical list of titles by section including feature premiere status

Wp = Wp

Ep = European Premiere

IP = International Premiere

UK = UK Premiere

Gala’s

Opening Night

Captain Phillips, Paul Greengrass (Us) Ep

Closing Night

Saving Mr Banks, John Lee Hancock (Us/UK) Ep

Philomena, Stephen Frears (UK) UK12 Years A Slave, Steve Mcqueen (UK) EPGravity, Alfonso Cuaron (Us) UKInside Llewyn Davis, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen (Us) UKLabor Day, Jason Reitman (Us) EPThe Invisible Woman, Ralph Fiennes (UK), EPThe Epic Of Everest, John Noel (UK) WPBlue Is The Warmest Colour, Abdellatif Kechiche (France) UKNight Moves, Kelly Reichardt (Us) UKStranger By The Lake, Alain Guiraudie (France) UKDon Jon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Us) UKMystery Road, Ivan Sen (Australia) UKOnly Lovers Left Alive, Jim Jarmusch (Us) UKNebraska, Alexander Payne (Us) UKWe Are The Best!, Lukas Moodysson (Sweden) EPFoosball 3D, Juan Jose Campanella (Argentina »

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R.I.P. Ted Post

20 August 2013 7:35 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The man who helmed Clint Eastwood in Hang ‘Em High and Magnum Force, the first Dirty Harry sequel, died Tuesday at UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica at 95. Ted Post also directed Beneath the Planet of the Apes, but he made his mark on the small screen. The Brooklyn native helmed dozens of TV shows, including 56 episodes of Gunsmoke, 90 of Peyton Place, 54 episodes of Waterfront, 24 of Rawhide — starring a young Eastwood — and four of The Twilight Zone. Starting his career in 1950 on the CBS anthology Danger, Post racked up TV credits including Perry Mason, Combat!, The Rifleman, Thriller, Baretta, Columbo and the 1981 Cagney & Lacey pilot. He also helmed a dozen TV movies, mostly during the 1970s, and nearly as many features. A service is planned for 1 Pm Friday at Mount Sinai Memorial Park in La. »

- THE DEADLINE TEAM

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Top Ten Tuesday: Christopher Lee – His Ten Best Movie Roles

6 August 2013 6:22 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Article by Jim Batts, Dana Jung, Sam Moffitt, and Tom Stockman

The film career of legendary English actor Sir Christopher Lee began in 1948 and continues to the present day. Lee is best known for his roles in horror films, especially the string of seven Dracula movies he starred in for Hammer Studios between 1958 and 1974, but be may be best known to younger audiences for his roles in the Star Wars, Lord of the Rings and Hobbit films. Almost all of the roles that Lee has played have been villains and here, according to We Are Movie Geeks, are his ten best.

10. Frankenstein

It’s only fitting that The Curse Of Frankenstein, the film that truly began England’s Hammer Studios’ theatrical run of full color gothic horror epics, should team (well, they’re both in the 1948 Hamlet, but have no scenes together) their greatest stars, Peter Cushing as Baron Victor Frankenstein »

- Movie Geeks

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One Henreid, a Couple of Cigarettes, and Four Davises

9 July 2013 5:52 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Paul Henreid: From lighting two cigarettes and blowing smoke onto Bette Davis’ face to lighting two cigarettes while directing twin Bette Davises Paul Henreid is back as Turner Classic Movies’ Star of the Month of July 2013. TCM will be showing four movies featuring Henreid (Now, Voyager; Deception; The Madwoman of Chaillot; The Spanish Main) and one directed by him (Dead Ringer). (Photo: Paul Henreid lights two cigarettes on the set of Dead Ringer, while Bette Davis remembers the good old days.) (See also: “Paul Henreid Actor.”) Irving Rapper’s Now, Voyager (1942) was one of Bette Davis’ biggest hits, and it remains one of the best-remembered romantic movies of the studio era — a favorite among numerous women and some gay men. But why? Personally, I find Now, Voyager a major bore, made (barely) watchable only by a few of the supporting performances (Claude Rains, Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nominee »

- Andre Soares

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Saturn Awards 2013 Winners List: 'Avengers' Named Best Sci-Fi Film of the Year

27 June 2013 11:30 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

The 2013 Saturn Awards were handed out Wednesday night, June 26, presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. (For those of you without the complete collection of limited edition "Battlestar Galactica" commemorative plates, the Saturn Awards are basically the genre equivalent of the Academy Awards.) "The Avengers" was the big winner on the movie side of things, while "Breaking Bad" dominated in the TV categories.

Named the best science fiction film of the year, "The Avengers" also picked up awards for best supporting actor (Clark Gregg), best director (Joss Whedon), and best special effects (Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams, and Dan Sudick).

Elsewhere in the film categories, "Life of Pi" won for best fantasy film, "Skyfall" took home best action/adventure film, and "Cabin in the Woods" nabbed best horror film/thriller. Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway both added to their awards collections, with Lawrence winning best actress »

- Drew Taylor

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2013 Saturn Award Winners Announced; The Cabin in the Woods and The Walking Dead Win Top Horror Prizes

27 June 2013 10:10 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The 2013 Saturn Awards were handed out last night, and while horror was pushed to the background a bit, a lot of our favorites (and one glaring non-favorite) took home the gold.

In the favorites category you'll find The Cabin in the Woods, Killer Joe, Frankenweenie, "The Walking Dead," "Dexter," and the Universal Monsters. As for that not-so-favorite, well, just look at who won Best Supporting Actress for a TV series.

From the Press Release:

Marvel’s The Avengers received four Saturn Awards, the most of any film nominated this year, while "Breaking Bad" received three TV awards as the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films presented the 38th annual Saturn Awards, the top honors for genre entertainment. Marvel’s The Avengers was named Best Science Fiction Film and also received Saturn Awards for Best Supporting Actor (Clark Gregg), Best Direction (Joss Whedon), and Best Special Effects (Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, »

- The Woman In Black

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2013 Saturn Awards Winners Include The Walking Dead, The Cabin in the Woods, and Frankenweenie

27 June 2013 6:58 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The 2013 Saturn Awards were held last night and recognized outstanding science fiction, fantasy, and horror projects and achievements. This year, a number of awards were given out to The Walking Dead and Frankenweenie, and other horror-related projects were recognized, including The Cabin in the Woods, Dexter, and the Universal Monsters Blu-ray collection. Continue reading for the full list of winners:

Film Awards

Best Science Fiction Film: “The Avengers

Best Fantasy Film: “Life of Pi

Best Horror/Thriller Film: “The Cabin in the Woods

Best Action/Adventure Film: “Skyfall”

Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey (“Killer Joe”)

Best Actress: Jennifer Lawrence  (“The Hunger Games”)

Best Supporting Actor: Clark Gregg (“The Avengers”)

Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway (“The Dark Knight Rises”)

Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Suraj Sharma  (“Life of Pi”)

Best Director: Joss Whedon  (“The Avengers”)

Best Writing: Quentin Tarantino  (“Django Unchained”)

Best Production Design: Dan Hennah  (“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey »

- Jonathan James

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Saturn Awards 2013 winners list: 'Avengers,' 'Breaking Bad' lead the pack

27 June 2013 12:36 AM, PDT | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

The Academy Of Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Films handed out top honors in TV and film at its 39th Annual Saturn Awards on Wednesday (June 26) night in Burbank, with "Marvel's The Avengers" and "Breaking Bad" taking home the most awards in their respective mediums.

"Avengers" collected hardware for top science fiction film, director (Joss Whedon), supporting actor (Clark Gregg) and special effects, going to the team of Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams and Dan Sudick.

"Breaking Bad" took in three TV awards for Best Presentation on Television, supporting actor (Jonathan Banks) and best actor (Bryan Cranston, in a tie with Kevin Bacon).

The full list of winners at the 2013 Saturn Awards is as follows:

Film Awards

Best Science Fiction Film: "Marvel's The Avengers"

Best Fantasy Film: "Life of Pi"

Best Horror/Thriller Film: "The Cabin in the Woods"

Best Action/Adventure Film: "Skyfall"

Best Actor: Matthew McConaughey ("Killer Joe »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Saturn Awards: ‘Avengers,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ lead sci-fi-fantasy-horror pack

26 June 2013 10:31 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

“Marvel’s The Avengers” and “Breaking Bad” collected the most statuettes as the Academy Of Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Films handed out its Saturn Awards Wednesday night in Burbank.

“Avengers” took home honors for top science fiction film; Joss Whedon as director; Clark Gregg as supporting actor; and for special effects — that kudo going to the team of Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams and Dan Sudick.

Other pictures getting “best” honors were “Life of Pi” as fantasy film; “The Cabin in the Woods” as horror/thriller; and “Skyfall” as action/adventure. Matthew McConaughey was honored as actor for “Killer Joe.”

The Saturns are an unapologetic geekfest where genre shows and stars take center stage. This year that produced an unusual echo of the Oscars. While AMPAS honored Jennifer Lawrence for “Silver Linings Playbook” and Anne Hathaway for “Les Miserables,” the Saturns for film acting went to the same pair »

- David S. Cohen

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Saturn Awards: ‘Avengers,’ ‘Breaking Bad’ lead sci-fi-fantasy-horror pack

26 June 2013 10:31 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

“Marvel’s The Avengers” and “Breaking Bad” collected the most statuettes as the Academy Of Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy Films handed out its Saturn Awards Wednesday night in Burbank.

“Avengers” took home honors for top science fiction film; Joss Whedon as director; Clark Gregg as supporting actor; and for special effects — that kudo going to the team of Janek Sirrs, Jeff White, Guy Williams and Dan Sudick.

Other pictures getting “best” honors were “Life of Pi” as fantasy film; “The Cabin in the Woods” as horror/thriller; and “Skyfall” as action/adventure. Matthew McConaughey was honored as actor for “Killer Joe.”

The Saturns are an unapologetic geekfest where genre shows and stars take center stage. This year that produced an unusual echo of the Oscars. While AMPAS honored Jennifer Lawrence for “Silver Linings Playbook” and Anne Hathaway for “Les Miserables,” the Saturns for film acting went to the same pair »

- David S. Cohen

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