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We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes production details for the documentary, Why Horror?, trailers for Muck, House of Last Things, and Xmas Tales, details on a horror novel giveaway, reviews for The Facility and In the Woods, and much more:
“Why Horror?” Production Details: “Why Horror? is a documentary look at the psychology of horror around the world in order to understand why we love to be scared.
You either love it or hate it … but horror entertainment is truly a global phenomenon. If you’re reading this, chances are you count yourself among the millions of people who love it. We do!
This documentary aims to be the most comprehensive film ever assembled on the topic. We have an incredible line-up of horror experts on hand to talk. From legendary filmmakers to performers to authors, »
- Tamika Jones
In this extract from his forthcoming book, the Observer's new film critic, Mark Kermode, examines how the internet has changed the role of the professional reviewer. When everyone has an opinion, what value does the critic retain?
"Forrest Gump on a tractor." Those five words are probably my favourite film review ever. More importantly, they constitute the most damaging hatchet job I ever encountered, managing to do something I had often argued was impossible – to kill a movie stone dead. I didn't read them in a newspaper or on a blog, I didn't hear them on the radio or television; rather, they were whispered in my ear by a trusted friend and colleague, David Cox, as the house lights went down on a screening of David Lynch's The Straight Story.
I'd been really looking forward to that movie. I've been a huge Lynch fan ever since being blindsided by »
- Mark Kermode
Carrie goes crazy when she finds out that Sebastian is ‘hanging out’ with Donna Ladonna! Plus, Walt and Mouse watch porn together.
The Feb. 11 episode of The Carrie Diaries, “Dangerous Territory,” was all about flirting with sexuality and new flings! Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) is devastated to find out Sebastian (Austin Butler) moved on with her arch nemesis Donna Ladonna (Chloe Bridges), so she hooks up with an old friend, whom she runs into at work. His name is George. And while he’s certainly no Sebastian, he’s not hard on the eyes.
Carrie & Sebastian Date Other People
Carrie is about to pass her test to obtain her driver’s license when she spots Sebastian kissing Donna in the rearview mirror. Instead of parallel parking, Carrie revs the accelerator and aims for the kissing duo. Obviously, she fails the test and Donna think she’s crazy. Sebastian, on the other hand, »
- Christopher Rogers
3 items from 2013
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