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Jimmy Kimmel Producers Reveal Oscars Secrets – What You Didn’t Know Happened Behind the Scenes

11 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

As confusion enveloped the Oscars stage on Sunday night, and it became apparent that a mistake had been made in announcing the Best Picture winner, host Jimmy Kimmel’s writers felt another tinge of panic.

“My immediate reaction, when Warren came out and said ‘I read the wrong card,’ was ‘oh my God, Jimmy is going to be blamed for this,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live” head writer Molly McNearney said. “Everyone right now thinks Jimmy Kimmel is playing a prank on the Oscars. And this is not good.”

Added her fellow head writer Danny Ricker: “I had to convince my mom that it wasn’t fake!”

As they prepped for Monday’s all-new edition of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (no rest for the Oscar weary!), McNearney and Ricker took a moment to share with IndieWire some of the evening’s most memorable moments. And there were a bunch – starting with that »

- Michael Schneider

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Jimmy Kimmel Producers Reveal Oscars Secrets – What You Didn’t Know Happened Behind the Scenes

11 hours ago | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

As confusion enveloped the Oscars stage on Sunday night, and it became apparent that a mistake had been made in announcing the Best Picture winner, host Jimmy Kimmel’s writers felt another tinge of panic.

“My immediate reaction, when Warren came out and said ‘I read the wrong card,’ was ‘oh my God, Jimmy is going to be blamed for this,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live” head writer Molly McNearney said. “Everyone right now thinks Jimmy Kimmel is playing a prank on the Oscars. And this is not good.”

Added her fellow head writer Danny Ricker: “I had to convince my mom that it wasn’t fake!”

As they prepped for Monday’s all-new edition of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (no rest for the Oscar weary!), McNearney and Ricker took a moment to share with IndieWire some of the evening’s most memorable moments. And there were a bunch – starting with that »

- Michael Schneider

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Funniest Oscar Moments: A Tweet to Donald Trump Earns More Than 200,000 Retweets Within Hours

26 February 2017 11:51 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Infamous Twitter user Donald Trump was uncharacteristically quiet during this year’s Academy Awards telecast, and host Jimmy Kimmel was having none of it.

During one of the most inspired moments of Kimmel’s stint Sunday night as Oscar emcee, Kimmel came out on stage, phone in hand, and decided to post a Tweet directed at Trump.

“We are more than two hours into the show and Donald Trump hasn’t tweeted at us once. I’m starting to get worried about him,” he said. The result was this Tweet:

Hey @realDonaldTrump u up?

Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 27, 2017

Within hours, the Tweet had already earned nearly 230,000 retweets, and more than 400,000 likes.

A separate Tweet referencing Meryl Streep, featuring the hashtag #MerylSaysHi, was sent directly to Trump and has been retweeted more than 188,000 times:

@realDonaldTrump #Merylsayshi

Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 27, 2017

Read More: Jimmy Kimmel’s Oscar Monologue: Making ‘Nice’ with Matt Damon, »

- Michael Schneider

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Jimmy Kimmel’s Funniest Oscar Moments: A Tweet to Donald Trump Earns More Than 200,000 Retweets Within Hours

26 February 2017 11:51 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Infamous Twitter user Donald Trump was uncharacteristically quiet during this year’s Academy Awards telecast, and host Jimmy Kimmel was having none of it.

During one of the most inspired moments of Kimmel’s stint Sunday night as Oscar emcee, Kimmel came out on stage, phone in hand, and decided to post a Tweet directed at Trump.

“We are more than two hours into the show and Donald Trump hasn’t tweeted at us once. I’m starting to get worried about him,” he said. The result was this Tweet:

Hey @realDonaldTrump u up?

Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 27, 2017

Within hours, the Tweet had already earned nearly 230,000 retweets, and more than 400,000 likes.

A separate Tweet referencing Meryl Streep, featuring the hashtag #MerylSaysHi, was sent directly to Trump and has been retweeted more than 188,000 times:

@realDonaldTrump #Merylsayshi

Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) February 27, 2017

Read More: Jimmy Kimmel’s Oscar Monologue: Making ‘Nice’ with Matt Damon, »

- Michael Schneider

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TV Review: Oscars Celebrate Cinema Through the Messy Power of Live Television

26 February 2017 10:38 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Just when you think the Oscars might be boring — a post-midnight twist makes them worth staying up for.

After one of the more pleasant if predictable runs of show in recent Oscars history, a complete best picture upset stunned at Sunday night’s 89th Academy Awards, as “La La Land” — in the process of receiving the final and most prestigious Oscar of the night onstage — was interrupted by the revelation that the award in fact had been given to breakout “Moonlight.”

It’s an incredible story of “Moonlight,” a film that slowly caught the attention of a mainstream audience through the awards circuit and now has entered a hallowed canon of films. It’s less of one for the producers “La La Land” — which, while still winners of six other Oscars, were forced to make way for another film in the middle of their own acceptance speeches.

But that final-seconds revelation, and »

- Sonia Saraiya

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TV Review: Oscars Celebrate Cinema Through the Messy Power of Live Television

26 February 2017 10:38 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Just when you think the Oscars might be boring — a post-midnight twist makes them worth staying up for.

After one of the more pleasant if predictable runs of show in recent Oscars history, a complete best picture upset stunned at Sunday night’s 89th Academy Awards, as “La La Land” — in the process of receiving the final and most prestigious Oscar of the night onstage — was interrupted by the revelation that the award in fact had been given to breakout “Moonlight.”

It’s an incredible story of “Moonlight,” a film that slowly caught the attention of a mainstream audience through the awards circuit and now has entered a hallowed canon of films. It’s less of one for the producers “La La Land” — which, while still winners of six other Oscars, were forced to make way for another film in the middle of their own acceptance speeches.

But that final-seconds revelation, and resulting confused awkwardness, served to be one of the most equalizing and wonderful moments in Oscars history. It was hard to accept that “La La Land” had lost and “Moonlight” won, but somewhere in between good intentions and studio hype, both films got a chance to share the (literal) stage. And on a night that frequently ends up being about just one film — or one studio, or one auteur — Sunday night’s Academy Awards felt like they were a joyful, messy tribute to how revelatory and wonderful cinema can be, at its best and most ambitious.

They accomplished that by being great TV.

After the political firestorm that was this year’s Golden Globes, the Oscars began with a slightly tentative feeling. The same anger and frustration at American politics was present, but seemed a little less explosive; it felt like everything that happened during the ceremony was political — with a bit more restraint and grace than from just a month or two ago.

Maybe Hollywood has reacted to the first turbulent month of Donald Trump’s presidency by beginning to focus on how to channel anger and frustration into the work they do best — telling stories. More than usual, the Oscars were suffused with fervent belief in the power of cinema. Some years, that dedication seems a little performative and superfluous — and going into the ceremony, where “La La Land” was expected to sweep, an emphasis on fantasy and escapism seemed inappropriate.

Jimmy Kimmel’s Oscars found a way to balance the telecast between that sensibility — the treacly self-satisfaction of sweeping orchestrals and tap-dancing starlets — and the very real widening gulf between the wealthy and cultured elites in Hollywood and the global public they make art for. Several of his bits were about bringing the audience into the telecast — “Mean Tweets,” from “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” was joined by a practical joke where a Starlite Tours tour group was diverted into the auditorium to rub shoulders with Denzel Washington. Politics were omnipresent — Kimmel addressed Donald Trump’s tweets several times throughout the evening — and the winners and presenters championed the voices of the underrepresented, the transformative and universal power of art, and most specifically, the harsh stance on immigration taken by the Trump administration. But also prevalent at this awards show was the sentiment seemed to be that the arts and entertainment industry could be a force of good, without simply using that soapbox for soundbytes.

Kimmel’s not Teflon, but he’s found an interesting way to braid together both bro comedy and sensitivity — and that’s usually by opting into the role of jackass, which allows pretty much everyone else to look good. Even at the end of the night, he said ruefully to the audience that he knew he was going to screw up the telecast somehow —the perfect, quintessential host move. It makes Kimmel the joke, not anyone else, even though the mix-up was obviously not his fault at all.

The host’s style made for a ceremony where even if you loathed his jokes or delivery, the ceremony was kind of nice; rather than the final circuit of an endless PR tour for the three or four Best Picture frontrunners, it felt like a tribute to the cinema in general. In addition to the ritual “In Memoriam” and the platitudes about showbusiness, Sunday night’s Oscars included montages for each acting category that showed clips of past greats and a recurring feature where stars talked about a movie that changed them before coming out with a star from that very film. So Charlize Theron walked out with Shirley MacLaine, and Seth Rogen reminisced about “Back to the Future.”

And there’s no better example of that renewed sense of purpose than “Moonlight’s” win, which is a repudiation of the night’s expected narrative and last year’s much discussed “Oscars So White” phenomenon, where creatives of color were nearly shut out from the nominations. The Academy has made some real changes, and Hollywood seems ready to work.

The Oscars can feel like a very stuffy party full of people in penguin suits. Not this time. There was something really live about this live telecast — something raw and shifting and earnest, whether that was Viola Davis’ typically lovely speech, a stray fabric “wave” hitting Auli’I Cravalho in the head, and the tears in Denzel Washington’s eyes when he lost Best Actor to Casey Affleck. There were weird segments and bits that didn’t totally land. But that’s live television, in its fascinating unpredictability. The Oscars weren’t a complete vision tonight, as prestigious films usually try to be. They were a strangely fascinating mess.

Of course, a last-minute twist is some “The Walking Dead” style storytelling, and obviously, if the Oscars’ producers had had their way, there would have been no mixed-up envelope delivery at the end. But that kind of half-fantasy mess is exactly the weird and wonderful place where showbusiness lives, whether it is in the musical sequences of “La La Land” or the subtle, sneaky power of “Moonlight.” Now both of these movies can be joined by the last few minutes of the telecast. All three really have to be seen to be believed.

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- Sonia Saraiya

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Before the Snafu: Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway’s Reunion Marks 50 Years Since Bonnie and Clyde

26 February 2017 9:48 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are together again.

Before the big snafu (La La Land wins Best Picture … no, wait, it’s Moonlight!), the actors marked the 50th anniversary of their iconic 1967 film, Bonnie and Clyde, by presenting the Best Picture category at the 89th Academy Awards.

Sunday’s ceremony was Dunaway’s first time presenting the best picture award, but Beatty previously had the honor twice before – in 1975 and in 1990.

“I think that it could be said that our goal in politics is the same as our goal in art, and that’s to get to the truth. So, »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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The 89th Academy Awards Show Review: Jimmy Kimmel Slays on a Shocking, Joyous Oscar Night — Save Two Big Bombs

26 February 2017 9:16 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Moment of truth: The Oscars will always feel long. It’s a three-plus hour awards show built around handing out trophies and listening to speeches. It’s going to drag at times, and the 89th Academy Awards ran way over time. Knowing that this is expected — that the show tends to drag no matter what the host does — only makes Jimmy Kimmel and the producers’ decision to open the show as they did all the more ballsy.

From the moment Justin Timberlake broke into his extremely catchy nominated song, we, indeed, could not fight the feeling. And that feeling was utter exuberance.

And while it kept the feeling flush for a while, the uncontrollable building blocks of the Oscars eventually brought things back down to earth. The speeches weren’t all that surprising, save for a few, and the winners weren’t particularly shocking in the major categories — except »

- Ben Travers

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The 89th Academy Awards Show Review: Jimmy Kimmel Slays on a Shocking, Joyous Oscar Night — Save Two Big Bombs

26 February 2017 9:16 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Moment of truth: The Oscars will always feel long. It’s a three-plus hour awards show built around handing out trophies and listening to speeches. It’s going to drag at times, and the 89th Academy Awards ran way over time. Knowing that this is expected — that the show tends to drag no matter what the host does — only makes Jimmy Kimmel and the producers’ decision to open the show as they did all the more ballsy.

From the moment Justin Timberlake broke into his extremely catchy nominated song, we, indeed, could not fight the feeling. And that feeling was utter exuberance.

And while it kept the feeling flush for a while, the uncontrollable building blocks of the Oscars eventually brought things back down to earth. The speeches weren’t all that surprising, save for a few, and the winners weren’t particularly shocking in the major categories — except »

- Ben Travers

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Michael J. Fox Gets Standing Ovation at Oscars, Reluctantly Sings With Seth Rogen

26 February 2017 9:06 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Marty McFly at the Oscars!

Michael J. Fox made an appearance during Sunday's ceremony to present the award for Achievement in Film Editing alongside Seth Rogen. In a pre-produced video package introducing the pair, Rogen waxed poetic about the influence of Fox's beloved 1985 film, Back to the Future.

Moments later, entering the stage in a DeLorean, natch, Fox and Rogen emerged to a standing ovation from the audience.

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"I'm gonna pretend half that applause is for me, even though I know, deep down, it is not," Rogen joked, pairing his tuxedo with a pair of Nike's new Future-inspired self-lacing sneakers.

"Some of it was for you," Fox replied.

"You think, like, 30 percent of it was for me?" Rogen asked.

After a brief pause, Fox deadpanned: "Some of it was for you."

Related: Jimmy Kimmel Leads Standing Ovation for 'Highly Overrated' Meryl Streep 

The duo continued their bit with a delightfully awkward sing-a-long.

"I'm a the Oscars »

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Seth Rogen Goes Back to the Future With Michael J. Fox at the Oscars

26 February 2017 8:10 PM, PST | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Watch: Seth Rogen and Michael J. Fox sing 'Hamilton' at the #Oscars. pic.twitter.com/tGchPnCVLY - Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 27, 2017 Michael J. Fox took us way back when he presented at the Oscars alongside Seth Rogen on Sunday night. The actor, who is best known for his role in the Back to the Future series, made all of our dreams come true when he casually stepped out of his Delorean on stage. Seth was so excited to stand next to one of his idols that he told the audience the only thing left on his bucket list now would be to sing Hamilton's "The Schuyler Sisters" on stage, which, of course, caused Lin-Manuel Miranda to erupt into laughter. »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Seth Rogen Stepped Out of the DeLorean to Present an Oscar With Michael J. Fox and Now He Can Die Happy

26 February 2017 7:48 PM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It's life's simple pleasures that really make a person happy: The feeling of a cool breeze on a warm day, a morning stretch, or laying down to watch The Bachelor after a hard day's work.  Or, if you're Seth Rogen, getting to relive Back to the Future live on the Oscars stage. As part of the 2017 show's segment about inspiration, the actor recorded a segment about the inspiration he culled from Michael J. Fox and the infamous movie series. He waxed poetic about the film and its impact on his life, including his awe over the costume designer's prescient taste. "If you saw Tilda Swinton wearing one of those outfits today, no one would think it was »

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Jodie Foster, Wilmer Valderrama and Michael J. Fox Key Speak at Unity Rally Held in Place of Oscars Party

24 February 2017 8:49 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

There were surprise musical guests, food trucks, and a star-studded roster of attendees -- but that's where the similarities with the Hollywood Oscar bashes stopped at the UTA United Voices rally, held Friday in lieu of the agency's usual swank after-party.

Actors, artists, musicians and humanitarians were joined by a crowd of around 1,500 people at the rally in Beverly Hills, to -- as comedian Keegan Michael Key put it -- "support the creative community's growing concern with anti-immigration sentiment in the United States of America and the potential chilling effect on the global exchange of ideas, not to mention freedom of expression."

Exclusive: Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton 'Cheers' to Continued Support of the Aclu and Fred Hollows Foundation

Two-time Academy Award winner Jodie Foster made a rare public appearance at the rally, admitting that she usually prefers to keep her activism out of the public eye. "As most of you know, I don't do »

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Interview: Billy O’Brien, writer/director of ‘I Am Not A Serial Killer’

24 February 2017 8:01 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

In his latest podcast/interview, Nerdly writer and Britflicks host Stuart Wright talks to Billy O’Brien (pictured above), the writer/director of I Am Not A Serial Killer.

A dazzlingly original, darkly funny and disturbing gem with a genre-bending twist, I Am Not A Serial Killer follows a small town teenager in the Us, obsessed with serial killers, who unwittingly discovers the identity of the killer who has been slaughtering residents for body parts.

Featuring a star-making lead performance from 17-year-old Max Records, and an extraordinary turn from Back To The Future’s legendary Christopher Lloyd, I Am Not a Serial Killer is the most sheerly entertaining and audaciously offbeat offering since Donnie Darko hit cinema screens.

I Am Not A Serial Killer is out now on DVD, Blu Ray and all good VOD platforms.

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- Phil Wheat

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Newswire: The hoverboards from Back To The Future are going up for auction

23 February 2017 6:56 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

There are few signposts of one’s own mortality/maturity more potent than the slow acceptance that you’ll never own a real hoverboard. (With apologies to the engineers of the various projects expensively pursuing that dream, and the next of kins of their amateur, YouTube-bred cousins.) But while we’ll never float down the streets of Hill Valley, “The Power Of Love” and magnets energizing our glide, at least a few of us can own the actual, physical artifacts ourselves.

California’s Premiere Props auction site has announced its next batch of movie memorabilia, and Back To The Future is topping the list of stuff for you to grab, like a desperate time traveler attempting to navigate his enemies into a truck full of manure. Not only is the company auctioning off Doc Brown’s Mr. Fusion home energy reactor, but screen-used versions of two hoverboards from Back To »

- William Hughes

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Premiere Date & Key Art for Starz Series American Gods

23 February 2017 10:03 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Based on Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name, the Starz series American Gods will premiere on Sunday, April 30th (following its world premiere at SXSW) and is teased in new key art.

Press Release (via TheFutonCritic): Beverly Hills, Calif. - February 23, 2017 - Starz announced today that the highly-anticipated eight-episode first season of FremantleMedia North America produced Starz Original Series "American Gods," adapted from Neil Gaiman's acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel, will make its network premiere on Sunday, April 30th at 9Pm Et/Pt.

Starz also debuted the U.S. key art. Both announcements come ahead of the World Premiere and extended Q&A of the series at SXSW in March. The series will debut publicly at the festival on March 11 at 11 Am Ct at the Vimeo Theater in the Austin Convention Center followed by an extended Q&A moderated by Kcrw's Elvis Mitchell. Showrunners and cast in attendance will include Bryan Fuller, »

- Derek Anderson

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Cool Stuff: John Wick 2 Pencil, Gremlins, Back to the Future, Star Wars, Alien & More

23 February 2017 8:30 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Cool Stuff is your geekarific holiday shopping guide published all year round. In today’s edition we take a look at Paul Shipper‘s fantastic Star Wars Celebration poster, Neca’s Gremlins Ultimate Gizmo 7-Inch Action Figure, Ian Glaubinger‘s Back to the Future screenprint set, an Alien Xenomorph crochet pattern and the pencil from John Wick: Chapter 2 action figure. The Pencil From […]

The post Cool Stuff: John Wick 2 Pencil, Gremlins, Back to the Future, Star Wars, Alien & More appeared first on /Film. »

- Peter Sciretta

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Toy Fair 2017: Funko & Idw Teaming Up for One-Shot Comics of The X-Files, Ghostbusters & More

22 February 2017 1:34 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Funko's Pop! vinyl figures have given collectors new ways to view iconic characters, and some of those unique looks will now come to life on the paneled page, as Idw Publishing and Funko announced at Toy Fair that they are teaming up for one-shot comics this May, including The X-Files, Ghostbusters, Judge Dredd, and more.

Press Release: San Diego, CA (February 17, 2017) – Get your Funko on this May! The insanely popular Pop! vinyl figures have successfully reshaped the collectibles landscape and are now primed to take comics by storm in a special month-long event from Idw Publishing. Funko and Idw are combining forces to bring fans Funko-ized versions of some of the most recognizable and beloved characters in all of pop culture.

Funko Universe Month will feature some of the most sought after Pop! vinyl figures coming to life in five off–the-wall one-shots courtesy of Idw’s creative stable: Ghostbusters, »

- Derek Anderson

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Michelle Williams Reveals Her Dream Oscars Look Is a ‘Protest T-shirt’

21 February 2017 11:51 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Michelle Williams is not afraid to make a statement.

The Manchester by the Sea Oscar nominee shared some candid confessions with People and Entertainment Weekly Editorial Director Jess Cagle for The Cagle Exercise — including her ideal award show attire.

“A protest t-shirt,” she quickly replied when asked what she would wear to the Oscars if it was socially acceptable.

Williams also said the first movie she can remember watching is the 1985 classic Back to the Future while the movie that makes her laugh hardest is Steve Martin’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Watch the People & EW Red Carpet Live Oscars preshow on Feb. »

- Ale Russian

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Blu-ray Review – I Am Not a Serial Killer (2016)

20 February 2017 2:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

I Am Not a Serial Killer, 2016.

Directed by Billy O’Brien.

Starring Christopher Lloyd, Laura Fraser, Max Records, Karl Geary, Matt Roy, and Molly Gearen.

Synopsis:

A sociopathic teenager discovers that his elderly neighbour may have something to do with a spate of murders.

I Am Not a Serial Killer begins in a not-too-dissimilar way to Tom Holland’s Fright Night in that a small town is being plagued by brutal killings and a teenage boy with a keen interest in such things discovers that one of his neighbours may be responsible. However, the filmmakers don’t make things easy when it comes to defining who is ‘good’ and who is ‘bad’ and the serial killer of the title could refer to either one of the two main characters.

The boy in question is John Wayne Cleaver (the brilliantly named Max Records from Where the Wild Things Are) and his »

- Amie Cranswick

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