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A conversation with Mark Pellington (part two):

23 June 2014 9:51 AM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Mark Pellington needs little introduction to film fans. Getting his start working for MTV in its heyday producing interstitial promos led to music videos for such heavyweights as Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails and Moby. Beginning his feature film career with the period drama Going All The Way led to atmospheric, frightening thrillers like Arlington Road and The Mothman Prophecies; and most recently the uplifting, earnest Henry Poole is Here and the palpably bleak I Melt With You. On top of that he’s created personal documentaries, commercials, TV pilots; and gone where his creative needs take him.

Mark graciously made time for us to have a candid conversation encompassing his recent film work; bouncing back from loss; his trust in intuition through the making of his abstract, creepy/beautiful musical film Lone, and ultimately the healing and cathartic rewards of the creative process.  Some of »

- Adam Barnick

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A conversation with Mark Pellington (part one):

20 June 2014 2:11 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Mark Pellington needs little introduction to film fans. Getting his start working for MTV in its heyday producing interstitial promos led to music videos for such heavyweights as Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails and Moby. Beginning his feature film career with the period drama Going All The Way led to atmospheric, frightening thrillers like Arlington Road and The Mothman Prophecies; and most recently the uplifting, earnest Henry Poole is Here and the palpably bleak I Melt With You. On top of that he’s created personal documentaries, commercials, TV pilots; and gone where his creative needs take him.

Mark graciously made time for us to have a candid conversation encompassing his recent film work; bouncing back from loss; his trust in intuition through the making of his abstract, creepy/beautiful musical film Lone, and ultimately the healing and cathartic rewards of the creative process.  Some of »

- Adam Barnick

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First Look: Mark Pellington’s “Lone”

19 June 2014 6:18 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Amidst a rush of ominous sound design, our first glimpse of the mostly parched, largely abandoned world in Lone is the charred skeleton of a house, viewed through what feels like a vortex. If it’s a memory, it’s hidden in a swirl of information and pain and we will have to dig deeper and travel far before we can return to it and gain a clearer understanding of what’s in front of us. This seems the journey of the viewer as well as  singer/songwriter Chelsea Wolfe’s spirit-self in this new musical film, from director Mark Pellington(Arlington Road, The Mothman Prophecies, I Melt With You, music videos for Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Springsteen, Nin, Demi Lovato, Moby, Alpha Rev).

Lone is a 52-minute moving painting; it exists in its own cinematic world, while dipping its toes in both experimental film and music video territory. Incorporating »

- Adam Barnick

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I Melt With You

9 May 2014 2:29 AM, PDT | Sky Movies | See recent Sky Movies news »

When four 40-something college friends - Thomas Jane, Jeremy Piven, Rob Lowe and Christian McKay - meet up for their annual reunion at California's Big Sur things start to spiral out of control. The exhilaration of cocaine-fuelled Porsche races in the desert gives way to self-doubt, self-pity, and worse as the trip takes ever darker turns. The guys might lose their cool but the alt-rock soundtrack never does as director Mark Pellington (Arlington Road, The Mothman Prophecies) takes a long, hard look at the mid-life crisis. »

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Top 9 Films Based on Supernatural True Events

17 April 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

There's something more chilling about movies based on true events. Knowing that at least some version of what you're seeing on the screen actually happened in real life makes the movie more powerful. With the upcoming release of The Quiet Ones, we decided to reminisce about other movies based on horrific real life events.

The Quiet Ones is inspired by a true story of a university experiment done on a young girl that goes horribly, horribly wrong, so we focused on movies based on claims of supernatural true events.

There is a huge list of honorable mentions in this category. We could even break it down into sub-categories, like movies based on the antics of Ed Gein: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, The Silence of the Lambs, Psycho and Deranged. True crime reenactments: In Cold Blood, Helter Skelter and Zodiac just to name a few of the best. Even real »

- Scott Hallam

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