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120 Essential Horror Scenes Part 7: Meltdowns

24 October 2015 9:55 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

If the transformation is a character’s external change then the meltdown is the internal equivalent. Sometimes the most terrifying part of a horror film isn’t when the monster pops out, but when a character loses his or her grip on reality. The psychosis can begin gradually, exacerbated by stress, sickness, or an outside tormentor. Often the character begins a film in complete control of his or her mental faculties. But control is a relative term, and in a horror film, the illusion of control can be just as powerful as actual agency. The options: denial or embracement. The psychological break will come soon enough. The only question is, how broken will the person be once it does?


Alien (1979) – Ash malfunctions 

The crew of the cargo ship Nostromo has just about had it. Awakened from a cozy hypersleep to answer the worst wrong number in interstellar history, they then »

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‘The Knick’s’ Production Designer Explains How He Re-created 1900s New York

20 August 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Howard Cummings’ creative partnership with director Steven Soderbergh stretches back over two decades, but Cummings never expected it would take him to 1900 New York.

“(Steven) called me the day before I was going to start another job,” Cummings says of the offer to work on period drama “The Knick,” which would result in his second Emmy nom. “I was about to fly to Argentina. He sent me a text saying, ‘Dude, you’re gonna pass up 1900 New York?’”

Besides already being committed elsewhere, Cummings couldn’t think of a reason to turn his friend down.

“How often do you get to do that?” he says of the project’s unique time and place. Besides, he notes that “other than ‘Behind the Candelabra,’ which we did together, no one would hire me for a period project,” and this would be a calling card like no other.

Soderbergh directed, shot and edited »

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Tcmff 2015: ‘Nightmare Alley’ is an under-appreciated Carny-Noir

17 April 2015 11:39 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Nightmare Alley

Written by Jules Furthman

Directed by Edmund Goulding

U.S.A., 1947

A carny cons his way up to high society through cold-reading and (un)timely circumstance. Based on that one-liner, who would you cast? If you say Tyrone Power, I’d say that my friend Stan Carlisle is on his way (The name Stan Carlisle being a con-industry handshake of sorts, informing one con-artist that he’s stepping in on another man’s con, or at least according to Eddie “The Czar of Noir” Muller’s introduction of this film at Tcmff). In Nightmare Alley, Tyrone Power, the 20th Century Fox matinee idol, plays a lowlife con man, who lies and cheats his way from a podunk carnival to becoming a spiritualist amongst the more gullible of Chicago’s upper crust. His character is also the namesake of the above con slang.

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- Diana Drumm

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