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Where the heart is by Anne-Katrin Titze

23 July 2016 12:35 PM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

At breakfast with Anton Honik, Miri Ann Beuschel and Forældre director Christian Tafdrup Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby, Michael Haneke, a rabbit memory not from Alice In Wonderland, Danish fairy tales, Oscar Wilde's The Picture Of Dorian Gray, Molière's Tartuffe and an Andrei Tarkovsky tracking shot pops up in my conversation with director/writer/actor Christian Tafdrup.

In a turn of events straight out of David Lynch's Lost Highway book of identity magic, Kjeld (Søren Malling of Nikolaj Arcel's A Royal Affair) dreams to relive his younger days. This comes true in unexpected ways through Miri Ann Beuschel and Elliott Crosset Hove. With their son Esben (Anton Honik) leaving for college, Kjeld and Vibeke (Bodil Jørgensen of Cæcilia Holbek Trier's Agnus Dei and Anders Thomas Jensen's Men & Chicken) feel that their suburban house has become too big and empty for them. They »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Official Trailer for Pregnancy Horror 'Shelley' Directed by Ali Abbasi

17 July 2016 6:01 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

"Would you consider carrying my child?" IFC Films has unveiled a trailer for a psychological horror film called Shelley, about a woman who convinces her maid to get pregnant since she can't but there's obviously a dark side to the story. The baby seems to be growing faster than usual and their seems to be a creepy evil something growing inside of her. This premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, and is playing at Fantasia this month. Starring Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Cosmina Stratan, Peter Christoffersen, Bjorn Andresen, and Marianne Mortensen. There have been a many baby-related horror films (from Rosemary's Baby to Proxy recently to Species II) but this one seems to be particularly unsettling. If you're into this, take a look. Here's the official Us trailer (+ a poster) for Ali Abbasi's Shelley, found direct from YouTube: Louise and Kasper, a Danish couple, live in an isolated villa in »

- Alex Billington

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Editorial: An Ode to Horror

24 June 2016 8:12 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Good horror seems so hard to come by. Why is that? Other genres of film don’t have quite the same stigma. Sure, everyone would rather turn the television off before watching most romantic comedies, but horror appears to have the smallest collection of fans. Ask most people if they like horror movies and you will receive a swift “nah, I scream like a girl.” And, we all understand. I look at horror movies like roller coasters. There's a rush of anxiety and maybe your stomach drops, but you keep coming back for more.

It feels like you are required to watch at least 20 horror movies before a true gem reveals itself. But, it’s worth sitting through The Cave, or Leprechaun Origins to discover a Rosemary's Baby. This may be an unpopular opinion, but thank goodness we don't have to go to midnight cinema to enjoy horror showings anymore. »

- Tyler Richardson

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How Fox's 'Exorcist' TV trailer exposes it as the cynical cash grab that it is

16 May 2016 5:17 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but turns out Fox's The Exorcist is just another dumb Blumhouse movie, with a wasted Geena Davis to boot. Here's the new promo, which tries to scare us by flinging a CGI bird into a window: Is anyone surprised this thing looks bad? The writing was on the wall from the moment the project was first announced, and the promo only confirms my worst fears about it. While it wouldn't be fair to judge the show based on two and a half minutes of footage, this thing screams "Insidious sequel" to me (not a compliment). What I don't get is that The Exorcist was a very specific story based on a very specific case, and this series posits an entirely new demonic possession scenario, albeit one with very similar contours to the 1971 book and William Friedkin's film adaptation. So why »

- Chris Eggertsen

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A Kiss Before Dying

6 May 2016 7:25 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Robert Wagner as a social climbing psycho killer? I knew it! 'Mr. CinemaScope Smile' grins only once or twice in this movie, and then only to fool an unsuspecting woman. A great cast brings tension to Ira Levin's outrageous tale of murder. Joanne Woodward has a powerful role, but my heartthrob this time out is lovely Virginia Leith. A Kiss Before Dying Blu-ray Kl Studio Classics 1956 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 95 min. / Street Date May 3, 2016 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95 Starring Robert Wagner, Jeffrey Hunter, Virginia Leith, Joanne Woodward, Mary Astor, George Macready, Robert Quarry. Cinematography Lucien Ballard Art Direction Addison Hehr Film Editor George A. Gittens Original Music Lionel Newman Written by Lawrence Roman from a novel by Ira Levin Produced by Robert L. Jacks Directed by Gerd Oswald

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

It's a safe bet that a huge chunk of Americans now identify Robert Wagner as the father of Anthony Dinozzo on TV's NCIS. »

- Glenn Erickson

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Weekly Rushes. Godard Biopic, Film Comment Editors, Jarmusch Clips, Radiohead's "The Wicker Man"

4 May 2016 6:22 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Rushes collects news, articles, images, videos and more for a weekly roundup of essential items from the world of film.NEWSLa chinoiseSay what? The Artist director Michel Hazanavicius is slated to make a drama out of the relationship between French New Wave master Jean-Luc Godard and his actress/muse-one-time-wife Anne Wiazemsky around the time of Godard's 1967 film, La chinoise. Sounds potentially horrible, but it is officially based on Wiazemsky's memoir Un an après. In a bizarre generational echo, Louis Garrel, so well known for embodying his father, director Philippe Garrel, in is set to star as Godard.We keep waiting, and waiting, and waiting for Terrence Malick long-in-the-making IMAX documentary, Voyage of Time. Now The Film Stage has found reference to an October theatrical release date. We'll believe it when we see it, but here's hoping.After Gavin Smith left editorship of Film Comment magazine, the Film Society of Lincoln »

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'The Omen' has suddenly become the hottest property in horror

28 April 2016 12:47 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The Omen may be 40 years old this year, but it's somehow become the hottest property in horror in 2016. In addition to A&E's sequel series Damien (which, truth be told, isn't garnering the kind of ratings the network probably hoped for), an Omen prequel movie is now in the works with indie darling Antonio Campos -- whose 2016 biopic Christine, about tragic Florida TV reporter Christine Chubbuck, was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival -- attached to direct.  Fittingly titled The First Omen, the film is being produced by David Goyer for 20th Century Fox, the studio behind both the original film and its three less-successful sequels, including the made-for-tv stinker Omen IV: The Awakening. I actually rewatched The Omen fairly recently, and truth be told, I'd forgotten how hokey the thing is. The fact that it grossed boatloads of money in 1976 makes sense: it's broadly entertaining, »

- Chris Eggertsen

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Review: Sacrifice Treads Familiar Ground

28 April 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Bodies of mutilated women, children in peril, distraught mothers and mysterious sects are ripe fodder for horror films, and are tropes that writer and directors return to frequently. As such, with this ground being tred frequently, it's hard to come up with a concept or perspective that is original, or at least compelling. Such is the case with Sacrifice; director and writer Peter A. Dowling (who wrote Flight Plan) has created a combination of The Stepford Wives and Rosemary's Baby, with the locale and twisted religious rites of The Wicker Man thrown in. The result is a film that's neither great nor terrible; treading old paths can be comforting, but the end result is relatively forgettable. After several miscarriages, Dr. Tora Hamilton (Radha Mitchell) and...

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Sony To Remake Mia Farrow's '70s Horror 'See No Evil'

26 April 2016 12:25 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

While the pro wrestler Kane starred in two forgettable "See No Evil" movies in 2006 and 2014, neither had anything to do with Mia Farrow's 1971 thriller of the same name. It might not be the most popular flick of the genre to emerge from that decade, but it is cherished by some, so of course it's getting remade. Read More: 7 Things You Should Know About Roman Polanski's 'Rosemary's Baby' Sony is dusting off the title and has decided to give it a fresh coat of paint. The Richard Fleischer-directed original followed a blind woman who goes to her uncle's home, only to discover that her family has been murdered —she must then escape the maniac responsible for the killings. Mike Scannell will pen the new version, but there's no word yet on what his take on the concept might be. If you have any ideas about who should direct, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Watch: Neighbors Gets Nasty In New Trailer And Clip For Thriller 'The Ones Below' Starring Clémence Poésy

6 April 2016 10:02 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Acting neighborly has deadly consequences in playwright and theater director David Farr's feature directorial debut “The Ones Below.” A contained thriller with heavy nods to Roman Polanski's "Rosemary's Baby," the movie may not reinvent the wheel, but it has lots of fun playing in a similar sandbox as the horror classic. Read More: Tiff Review: 'Rosemary's Baby'-Esque Thriller 'The Ones Below' Starring Clémence Poésy Starring Clémence Poésy, David Morrissey, Stephen Campbell Moore, and Laura Birn, the story follows a young couple, eagerly awaiting their first child, who become involved in a psychological battle of wills with the tenants in the apartment downstairs. And it's one that only intensifies when the couple below lose their own baby-to-be in a freak accident.  "The Ones Below" opens on May 27th. Watch the trailer and a clip from the film below. »

- Edward Davis

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Murders in the Rue Morgue / The Dunwich Horror

8 March 2016 9:11 AM, PST | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Look out! Here come two A.I.P. horror pix from the soggy end of the Poe cycle: the first features Jason Robards, an impressive cast and a disorganized storyline. The second is an almost-good Lovecraft horror with interesting performances from Dean Stockwell and Sandra Dee.     Murders in the Rue Morgue and The Dunwich Horror Blu-ray Color Scream Factory Street Date March 29, 2016 / 26.99

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

Scream Factory's new double feature disc finishes off two different American-International horror series. The first picture is the last fright film made for the company by the directing and writing team of Gordon Hessler and Christopher Wicking. It's no gem, but it's a lot more interesting on a second viewing. The second is the company's final try to make that old joker H.P. Lovecraft into a filmic horror icon, like Edgar Allan Poe. It has a lot going for it, but also its own set of problems. »

- Glenn Erickson

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'10 Cloverfield Lane' Cast and Director Unveil the Big Secret | Exclusive

8 March 2016 6:59 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

10 Cloverfield Lane has been shrouded in secrecy. Produced by Paramount and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot, the details of the film have been carefully guarded. The full trailer for 10 Cloverfield Lane was released just two months before it opens this Friday. Nothing specific about the plot has leaked; just that it is a sequel of sorts to that hit monster movie from 2008, Cloverfield.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as Michelle, a young woman who wakes up after a car accident in a survival bunker. Disoriented and terrified, her captor or possibly savior, is Howard (John Goodman). He tells her that they have survived an apocalypse. Michelle's also surprised to find another occupant, Emit (John Gallagher Jr). That's all you really need to know before seeing the film. There are more than a few twists in 10 Cloverfield Lane.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead and first time Director Dan Trachtenberg discussed the film during a »

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People's Debut Cover Star Mia Farrow Sends Anniversary Greetings: 'Such an Honor to Be on Your First Cover'

7 March 2016 10:15 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Happy Anniversary @People magazine. Such an honor to be on your first cover pic.twitter.com/Ot9mjvhUex— mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) March 4, 2016 Talk about a throwback! Mia Farrow remembered her time as People's first-ever cover star, posting the historic cover to Twitter on Friday. "Happy Anniversary @People magazine," she wrote. "Such an honor to be on your first cover." The inaugural issue hit newsstands on March 4, 1974, and featured a portrait of the actress clutching a string of pearls with her teeth. The magazine, which turns 42 this year, only cost 35 cents at the time. Back then, Farrow was one of Hollywood's top leading ladies, »

- Jodi Guglielmi, @JodiGug3

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People's Debut Cover Star Mia Farrow Sends Anniversary Greetings: 'Such an Honor to Be on Your First Cover'

7 March 2016 10:15 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Happy Anniversary @People magazine. Such an honor to be on your first cover pic.twitter.com/Ot9mjvhUex— mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) March 4, 2016 Talk about a throwback! Mia Farrow remembered her time as People's first-ever cover star, posting the historic cover to Twitter on Friday. "Happy Anniversary @People magazine," she wrote. "Such an honor to be on your first cover." The inaugural issue hit newsstands on March 4, 1974, and featured a portrait of the actress clutching a string of pearls with her teeth. The magazine, which turns 42 this year, only cost 35 cents at the time. Back then, Farrow was one of Hollywood's top leading ladies, »

- Jodi Guglielmi, @JodiGug3

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Why do so many horror fans hate 'The Witch'?

22 February 2016 6:18 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Note: There are some spoilers below. Writer-director Robert EggersThe Witch is for all intents and purposes a critical and commercial success, grossing $8.6 million in its opening weekend and netting a "Fresh" rating of 84% on Rotten Tomatoes. And yet those impressive numbers, such welcome indicators for a small film, come with the following caveat: a lot of people out there absolutely hated this movie. Look no further than the film's C- CinemaScore and a not-insignificant number of gripes on Twitter and elsewhere, with many fans labeling The Witch with that worst of pejoratives for a horror film: "not scary." Frankly, I'm beginning to wonder if we watched the same movie.  As I noted in my initial reaction last week, The Witch is not about shocks or gore or cheap jump scares (though it has the first two of those three things in spades) but about the unshakable feeling of »

- Chris Eggertsen

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The 25 greatest Oscar speeches

19 February 2016 4:05 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

We're just a week away from another gold-tinged year of speeches, upsets, and snubs. After all the hype, what ends up mattering about the Oscars? I'd argue it's the speeches, and that's why we're picking the 25 best acceptance speeches ever -- by actors only. Sorry, but glamor is a key element in any Oscar moment and I don't have time to remember if the guy who adapted The Last Emperor thanked his mom.  25. Dustin Hoffman, Kramer vs. Kramer Dustin Hoffman's seriousness initially seems worrisome, but his mix of sarcasm and sincerity is right for the ceremony.  24. Marion Cotillard, La Vie en Rose Cotillard's tearful speech makes you realize how rare it is than an Oscar recipient is surprised to win. As Cotillard scrambles to make sense of the honor, she comes up with an ebullient finale: "Thank you, life! Thank you, love! It is -- there are some angels in this city. »

- Louis Virtel

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Tensions Run High in The Invitation Trailer

11 February 2016 11:44 AM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Karyn Kusama is admittedly not a name that carries a lot of positive weight to it. After her amazing directorial debut with 2000's Girlfight, Kusama went down an interesting rabbit hole with 2005's Aeon Flux and 2009's Jennifer's Body. Both films were poorly received by critics, and neither did incredibly well at the box office either. That being said, it was clear from Girlfight that Kusama was a talent, and in the trailer for her latest film, The Invitation, that talent is very clearly on display.

Check out the trailer below!

The synopsis for the film is as follows:

"In this taut psychological thriller by Karyn Kusama (Girlfight, Jennifer's Body), the tension is palpable when Will (Logan Marshall-Green, Prometheus) shows up to a dinner party hosted by his ex-wife Eden (Tammy Blanchard, Into The Woods) and new husband, David (Michiel Huisman, Game Of Thrones).The estranged divorcees’ tragic past haunts »

- Joseph Medina

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Sundance 2016 Interview: Natasha Lyonne and Chloë Sevigny Talk Antibirth

28 January 2016 6:56 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

During the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, Daily Dead had the chance to sit down and chat with two of the stars of Antibirth, Natasha Lyonne and Chloë Sevigny. Written and directed by Danny Perez, the film is a wildly surreal examination of the horrors of pregnancy, and the duo discussed what attracted them to the project, how their real-life friendship spilled over into the project and more.

Thanks for speaking with me today, ladies. What I really dug about Antibirth is the fact that it starts out going one way and then in the third act it goes somewhere totally different than I was expecting. It’s very much the type of movie you'd expect to see at Sundance.

Chloë Sevigny: Danny is a real head case. The best partner there is with a one-of-a-kind mind and vision. I do think that, in a way, that was a lot of the appeal for us, »

- Heather Wixson

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Sundance 2016 Interview: Writer / Director Babak Anvari Talks Under The Shadow

26 January 2016 12:56 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

One of the best horror films I’ve seen in some time is Babak Anvari’s Under the Shadow, which follows a mother (Narges Rashidi) and daughter (Avin Manshadi) who must fight against forces of evil who have invaded their home, all during the Iran/Iraq war of the 1980s.

Daily Dead had the opportunity to speak with Anvari during the 2016 Sundance Film Festival about his feature film debut and heard more about how his own personal fears inspired the story of Under the Shadow, finding his incredible cast, shooting the project in Jordan, and what he’d like to do next.

Fantastic job on the movie, Babak. I'd love to hear a little bit about where this story originated from, in terms of placing it within the timeframe that you did. I thought that the context of the Iran/Iraq conflict completely elevated this story in terms of fear and tension. »

- Heather Wixson

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Well, it finally happened, they're rebooting 'The Exorcist'

22 January 2016 4:36 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Even at the height of Hollywood's reboot/remake craze, there was something about The Exorcist that felt untouchable -- at least until today, when Fox announced that they are "reinventing" the original novel by William Peter Blatty (upon which the famous 1973 film was based) for television. Curses! From The Wrap: Fox has ordered a pilot for a one-hour drama series version of “The Exorcist.” Billed as a reinvention William Blatty’s original 1971 book, “The Exorcist” is a serialized psychological thriller following two men tackling one family’s case of horrifying demonic possession, and confronting the face of true evil. "Psychological thriller" Lol! Also: good luck trying to erase our memories of a perfect movie, Fox! We all know it worked out great for Rosemary's Baby. »

- Chris Eggertsen

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