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New ‘Maniac’ Trailer & Poster: Life Through the Eyes of a Killer

23 May 2013 12:56 PM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

There’s good news for horror fans: Maniac, a new slasher directed by Franck Khalfoun (Wrong Turn at Tahoe) and co-written and produced by Alexandre Aja (Haute Tension, The Hills Have Eyes), is finally going to get a limited release in the Us this summer. We’ve been looking forward to this one ever since the first six suspenseful minutes were released online as a teaser.

Elijah Wood is at the center of this film – literally – as Frank, the introverted owner of a mannequin store who goes off the deep end after the death of his mother and begins killing and scalping women, using their hair as gruesome decorations for his mannequins. Maniac‘s unusual quirk is that it appears to be filmed entirely from the first-person perspective of Frank, with Wood only appearing onscreen when the character catches sight ...

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David Campling Dies; Sound Editor Worked on ‘Platoon’

15 May 2013 11:22 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Film and sound editor David Campling, who worked on such films as “Platoon” and “The Terminator,” died May 9 in Los Angeles of cancer. He was 73.

Campling earned a BAFTA nomination for his sound work on 1971’s “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” directed by John Schlesinger and was nominated for an Mpse Golden Reel award for  “Platoon.”

Trained at Pinewood and Twickenham Studios, Campling’s sound editing career began with Roman Polanski’s 1966 “Cul-de-sac.” He did sound work on such varied films as “The Day of the Locust” and “Carry on Doctor.”

Most of his editing work was for TV including MTV’s “Undressed” and telepics such as “Knots Landing: Back to the Cul de Sac” and “Through the Eyes of a Killer.”

A longtime BAFTA Los Angeles board member who did a stint as treasurer, he produced the org’s tribute to Schlesinger at the Egyptian Theater in 2002. He co-founded the »

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David Campling Dies; Sound Editor Worked on ‘Platoon’

15 May 2013 11:22 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Film and sound editor David Campling, who worked on such films as “Platoon” and “The Terminator,” died May 9 in Los Angeles of cancer. He was 73.

Campling earned a BAFTA nomination for his sound work on 1971’s “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” directed by John Schlesinger and was nominated for an Mpse Golden Reel award for  “Platoon.”

Trained at Pinewood and Twickenham Studios, Campling’s sound editing career began with Roman Polanski’s 1966 “Cul-de-sac.” He did sound work on such varied films as “The Day of the Locust” and “Carry on Doctor.”

Most of his editing work was for TV including MTV’s “Undressed” and telepics such as “Knots Landing: Back to the Cul de Sac” and “Through the Eyes of a Killer.”

A longtime BAFTA Los Angeles board member who did a stint as treasurer, he produced the org’s tribute to Schlesinger at the Egyptian Theater in 2002. He co-founded the »

- Shalini Dore

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