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Thank You For The Movies, 2013

9 December 2013 12:11 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

The Mandarin. Rob Lowe’s frozen face. The world’s longest runway. James Franco’s cornrows. It’s fair to say 2013 has had its fair share of iconic characters, crazy set pieces and more explosions than you can shake a stick at.

We at The Hollywood News have crammed all these juicy cinematic nuggets into a tasty video mashup that covers every major release of the year.

From Anchorman 2 and Frances Ha to Frozen and Man Of Steel, thank you for the movies, 2013.

The post Thank You For The Movies, 2013 appeared first on The Hollywood News. »

- Emma Thrower

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Rob Lowe Slams L.A. Times' Front-Page 'Frozen' Ad

27 November 2013 2:14 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Rob Lowe briefly became a media critic on Wednesday, criticizing the Los Angeles Times for publishing a front-page ad for Disney's animated holiday title, Frozen.  "In case anyone thought print media was still relevant," the Parks & Recreation actor wrote on Twitter, including a photo of the ad, which included a movie blurb ("The Best Disney Film Since The Lion King") with font nearly the size of the Times logo. The Frozen ad covers the length of the left side of the Times' front page and frames the news stories. While the complaint seems quaint in the age of advertiser takeovers of

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Clip Released From Disney’s Short ‘Get A Horse!’

20 November 2013 6:30 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Disney have released a short clip from their reworking of classic short film Get A Horse!, featuring Mickey, Minnie and their friends.

Featuring Walt Disney himself as the voice of Mickey Mouse, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Get A Horse! follows Mickey, his favorite gal pal Minnie Mouse (voice of Marcellite Garner) and their friends Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow as they delight in a musical haywagon ride-until Peg-Leg Pete (voice of Billy Bletcher) shows up and tries to run them off the road. With both classic black-and-white, hand-drawn animation and up-to-the-minute technical wizardry-often in the same frame-this groundbreaking short takes a sharp turn when Mickey finds himself separated from Minnie and must use every trick up his sleeve to find his way back to her.

Adam Green, Head Of Animation, partnered with award-winning animator Eric Goldberg for the film. They collaborated in an effort to mesh the pencil lines and pixels seamlessly. »

- Jazmine Sky Bradley

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Six Film Article Writing Trends That Must End Now

9 November 2013 11:59 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The reading of film articles can be a both a great pleasure and an educational experience.

With the wealth of film writing available at the touch of a key, it should be pointed out that there are a number of current trends in film article writing that are lowering the overall bar in terms of quality.

Every film writer has his or her own individual style and approach and this article is not a curmudgeonly attempt to stifle anyone’s efforts, but rather an attempt to call out some bad habits.

Here’s a look at six currently widespread counterproductive film writing trends that need to stop.  The following is in no order.

1. Underdeveloped lists

This is a simple one.  Whether it’s an article on best films in a particular genre or a list of casting suggestions, three or four selections is not enough.  “Always leave them wanting more »

- Terek Puckett

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Halloweek: Horror Heavyweights Share Their Biggest Fears and Favorite Scary Movies!

30 October 2013 7:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

With Halloween in the air, we thought it would be fun to reach out to the horror genre's biggest and brightest stars - both legends in the industry and up-and-coming superstars - to ask them two quick questions: What's your biggest fear, and what's your favorite scary movie? Read on for the results!

Some of the results will make you laugh. Some will make you shiver... and some, well some are just too funny for words. Sit back and get ready to hear from the likes of Anne Rice, John Carpenter, Robert Englund, the "Ghost Adventures" crew, cast members from "The Walking Dead," George A. Romero, and many - Many - more. Who knows? You may even find some new movies you should check out or at least revisit.

Let the scares begin!

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Jace Anderson

Writer - The Toolbox Murders (2004), Schism, Night of the Demons (2009), Mother of Tears

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- Uncle Creepy

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Holliston at Rock and Shock, Where is Season 3?

28 October 2013 9:30 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Fans who attended Rock and Shock 2013 all got another killer weekend. There was just one unsettling occurrence we can't shake. When asked if he had gotten word about Season 3 of "Holliston" at a standing room only panel presentation, creator Adam Green said he hadn't.

And that, "Holliston" Nation, is concerning.

To quoth the Green directly when questioned about Season 3, he said, "We don't expect to hear until the end of the year or early next year, but obviously we're holding our breath just like many of you are and hope that we get the good word any day now. You gotta keep in mind that FEARnet was originally created to show horror movies, and “Holliston” was only produced because its president, Peter Block, who is a close friend of everyone on this show and who also produced my movie Frozen, had the foresight to air an original show for their »

- Scott Hallam

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Revolt of Nature Horror Films: The Must-Sees

26 October 2013 10:14 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Writer Lee Gambin calls them Natural Horror films, other writers call them Revenge of Nature or Nature Run Amok films and writer Charles Derry considers them a type of Apocalyptic Cinema.

Of course we’re speaking of one of the great horror subgenres for which we’ll employ writer Kim Newman’s tag: The Revolt of Nature.

Since the end of the 1990s, lovers of animal attack films have been subjected to copious amounts of uninspired Nu Image, Syfy Channel and Syfy Channel-like dreck like Silent Predators (1999), Maneater (2007) Croc (2007), Grizzly Rage (2007) and a stunning amount of terrible shark attack films to name a few that barely scratch the surface of a massive list.

These movies fail miserably to capture the intensity of the unforgettable films they are imitating and the recent wave seems to carry with it the intent of giving the Revolt of Nature horror film a bad name. »

- Terek Puckett

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Adam Green and Friends Deliver Halloween Hugs!

14 October 2013 1:12 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

It was 15 years ago that Adam Green formed his company ArieScope Pictures, which has brought us films like Hatchet and Frozen. In addition to the consistent feature film output from Green and his team, they've also been putting together special Halloween-themed short films each year.

This year's is ready to be unwrapped like a Snickers bar!

Titled Halloween Hugs, the 2013 Halloween short stars Green and the gang as themselves, faced with the terror of opening up a mysterious coffin during their Halloween party. What's inside? Find out by clicking the play button below!

Be sure to head over to the ArieScope Pictures website to see their Halloween shorts from previous years, and you'll also find a new blog post from Green all about the past 15 years of making them. In addition, you can enter the coupon code "jackchop" in their online store to save 10% off all orders, now through Halloween night! »

- John Squires

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This Is What an Incredibly Cool 'Wonder Woman' Movie Would Look Like (Video)

1 October 2013 6:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

This incredibly cool short film from Rainfall Films has got us chomping at the bit for a full-fledged "Wonder Woman" movie.

Actress Rileah Vanderbilt ("Hatchet," "Frozen,") plays the badass Amazon who fights crime on the streets and monsters in the skies alongside her equally tough sisters from Themyscira.

In an interview with Jenna Busch at Fan Voice, Vanderbilt said, "The reason I'm such a huge Wonder Woman fan, is that I feel like Diana is such a perfect balance of strength, beauty, and venerability...that's what really makes this character work and is sadly why I feel like it's been so hard to accurately represent her so far in mainstream media."

Vanderbilt also blogged about her experience on the short film. She wrote about how disappointing most modern attempts to bring Wonder Woman to the small screen have been, the physical training she went through for the role, doing her own stunts, »

- Jenni Miller

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Watch Now: Awesome ‘Wonder Woman’ short starring Holliston’s Rileah Vanderbilt

1 October 2013 5:15 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Check out this awesome short (under two minutes) promo/film featuring Rileah Vanderbilt (Holliston, Frozen, Hatchet III) as Wonder Woman - which comes from Rainfall Films, who were also responsible for the recent superhero short Truth in Journalism. Wonder Woman also stars Clare Grant, Alicia Marie, America Young, Kimi Hughes and Christy Hauptman, and is directed by Sam Balcomb.

The Amazon warrior from Themyscira does battle with men and monsters in this new short project from Rainfall Films. Starring Rileah Vanderbilt, the film was a passion project from all involved; a unique take on the DC superhero beloved and respected by millions around the world.

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- Phil Wheat

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Holliston Comic-Con Panel Details and Episode 206 Online for Free

11 July 2013 1:02 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

If you’re a fan of Holliston and heading to Comic-Con, we have all the details on next week’s panel straight from FEARnet. We also have the latest episode for those that missed it earlier this week, featuring a guest appearance from David Naughton.

“(Santa Monica – July 11, 2013) –Adam Green, acclaimed genre filmmaker (Hatchet; the upcoming Digging Up The Marrow) and writer, producer and star of FEARnet’s original TV series Holliston, will participate in a special panel and autograph signing at Comic-Con, on Thursday, July 18. The signing will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the autograph pavilion, with the panel at 8:30 p.m. Joining Green will be Holliston co-stars Laura Ortiz (The Hills Have Eyes), and Dave Brockie (Gwar frontman Oderus Urungus), with series director Sean Becker (The Guild). The panel will be moderated by fan favorite Alison Haislip (The Voice, Attack Of The Show). As an added bonus, »

- Jonathan James

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Hatchet III (2013)

19 June 2013 8:25 AM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

Directed by: Bj McDonnell

Written By: Adam Green

Featuring: Danielle Harris, Derek Mears, Kane Hodder, Zach Galligan, Robert Diago DoQui, Caroline Williams, Rileah Vanderbilt, Cody Blue Snider, Sean Whalen

Adam Green's landmark franchise, Hatchet, has been controversial among horror fans since its debut in 2006. While some panned it as a rip-off of Friday the 13th and accused Green of being an overzealous fanboy hack, other fans bonded together to form a fiercely loyal fan club called The Hatchet Army who devour everything related to the series. These fans helped launch Hatchet into the stratosphere and ensured not only one sequel, but two.

Now, we have Hatchet III, the denouement of the trilogy conceived by an 8-year-old Green, wrapping up the arc of this particular storyline and coming across as little more than a gore-soaked love letter to the fans. Green stepped down as the director for the final episode of the franchise, »

- Amanda Rebholz

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Disney’s ‘Frozen’ Trailer: A Slapstick Mini-Cartoon Where a Snowman Fights a Reindeer

18 June 2013 6:00 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Channeling DreamWorks’ favorite nut-hunting squirrel, Disney has released a mini-cartoon to serve as the teaser trailer for Frozen from director Chris Buck (Tarzan, Surf’s Up). As the story of a pair of adventurers trying to end a magic-induced winter, it’s unfortunately not an animated remake of Adam Green’s ski lift horror flick from 2010. Hopefully Disney will get on that soon. Kristen Bell voices Anna, the hero who partners with Kristoff (voiced by Jonathan Groff) to end Elsa the Snow Queen’s (Idina Menzel) reign of wondrously beautiful icy conditions. None of them are in the trailer, though. Instead, we’re treated to Olaf, a wacky snowman (Josh Gad) who gets in a fight with a reindeer over his delicious, delicious nose. Enjoy the slapstick on ice: Adorable, yes, but also educational. It’s a known fact that reindeer all act like labrador retrievers and hate frozen lakes with a burning passion. Who »

- Scott Beggs

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The Mexorcist is Coming to Stop the End of the World

12 June 2013 6:40 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Peter Block - a horror "friendly" at a Bigger Boat Productions (Frozen) - is spearheading a new project which has landed distribution at Pantelion Films.

Block, along with director Andrew Cosby and Ed  Quinn, has developed The Mexorcist. According to Deadline, the film is about a "fallen exorcist" who is dragged back into the profession to prevent the apocalypse.  Cosby and Quinn created the character and apparently created a graphic novel about him.  That graphic novel hasn't been published yet, but it will be soon.

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Horror With a Heart: Three Days of Fundraising for Boston

5 June 2013 9:58 AM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

We all know, of course, what happened on April 15, 2013, in Boston, Massachusetts; as thousands of people ran a famous marathon through one of America's oldest and most historic cities, multiple explosions went off near the finish line. Many were killed or injured, and fundraisers have sprung up across the globe to help the community and the victims and their families. And one of the philanthropists lending a hand is one of horror's most beloved figures.

Adam Green, the director of Spiral and Frozen and the mastermind behind the popular slasher films in the Hatchet series, was born and raised in the Boston area in a small picturesque town called Holliston. Green, currently working on his own FearNet original sitcom, Holliston, and the upcoming Chris Columbus (of Goonies fame) film Killer Pizza, opted to plan a three-night fundraising extravaganza in his hometown area.

Green began posting details on his social media as details became available. »

- Amanda Rebholz

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Exclusive Interview: Adam Green talks Holliston Season 2

3 June 2013 5:57 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The second season of Holliston starts tomorrow night and I recently had a chance to talk to Adam Green and Joe Lynch about what we can expect this time around. For the first part of our feature, I have my interview with Adam Green, who told me about switching to a 30-minute episode format, working with Bailee Madison, and an upcoming animated episode:

The biggest difference people will notice right away is that the show has changed to a 30 minute format. What effect has that had on the creative process and do you prefer it to the longer format of the first season?

Adam Green: Last season was weird because it wasn’t really an hour, but it wasn’t really a half hour. When we started cutting the first episodes together, we just made them however long they needed to be, depending on what we liked out of it. »

- Jonathan James

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Interview: Adam Green Talks Holliston and More - Part 1

3 June 2013 12:54 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Last year the FEARnet original comedy series "Holliston" came storming out of the gate to become wildly popular among horror fans and, according to series creator and star Adam Green, grew a following outside the horror community as well.

"Holliston" returns to FEARnet this Tuesday, June 4, and Dread Central was lucky enough to sit down with Green to talk about the evolution of the series from its initial offering last year until now and what fans can expect to see with this new season.

"I think the biggest difference from Season 1 to Season 2 is there is a level of confidence now," Green said. "It's very evident from the first 30 seconds. Not that we've necessarily hit our groove, I think we had a groove in Season 1, but that we know that it's working and we're not afraid anymore. And the "Holliston" Christmas Special really showed that. Because with Season 1, a lot »

- Scott Hallam

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First Person: 'Frozen' Director Adam Green Explains How He Made a Sitcom for Horror Fans With 'Holliston'

28 May 2013 7:13 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Filmmaker and actor Adam Green is best known for his work in the horror realm. He wrote and directed 2006's "Hatchet," which won both the audience and jury awards at Fantastic Fest and went on to spawn two sequels, the second of which opens in theaters on June 14th. His 2010 "Frozen," which stranded a trio of unlucky friends on a ski lift after the resort closed, premiered at Sundance and received a theatrical release from Anchor Bay shortly after, while his upcoming documentary "Digging Up the Marrow" will explore genre-based monster art. But his television show "Holliston," set to start its second season on FEARnet on Tuesday, June 4, is something different -- it's a sitcom (laugh track and all), albeit a highly personal one about and for horror film fans. Green explains how he ended up reimagining the traditional sitcom for an unexpected audience -- lovers of genre fare. When »

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First Person: 'Frozen' Director Adam Green Explains How He Made a Sitcom for Horror Fans With 'Holliston'

28 May 2013 7:13 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Filmmaker and actor Adam Green is best known for his work in the horror realm. He wrote and directed 2006's "Hatchet," which won both the audience and jury awards at Fantastic Fest and went on to spawn two sequels, the second of which opens in theaters on June 14th. His 2010 "Frozen," which stranded a trio of unlucky friends on a ski lift after the resort closed, premiered at Sundance and received a theatrical release from Anchor Bay shortly after, while his upcoming documentary "Digging Up the Marrow" will explore genre-based monster art. But his television show "Holliston," set to start its second season on FEARnet on Tuesday, June 4, is something different -- it's a sitcom (laugh track and all), albeit a highly personal one about and for horror film fans. Green explains how he ended up reimagining the traditional sitcom for an unexpected audience -- lovers of genre fare. When »

- Adam Green

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Fright Exclusive Interview With Hatchet/Holliston Director Adam Green!

23 May 2013 5:56 PM, PDT | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Director Adam Green has definitely been prolific since bursting onto the horror scene with 2007′s Hatchet. Since that film, he’s directed multiple films (Spiral, Frozen, Hatchet II, Chillerama), releases a Halloween-themed short every year, is in the process of making a documentary, Digging Up The Marrow, and is getting ready to premiere season two of his horror-comedy TV show for FEARnet, Holliston. Green’s been a longtime friend of Icons (read his previous interviews with us here and here), and we were happy to be able to chat for a bit again about what’s in store this season on Holliston. Read on!

Hey Adam, how’s it going?

Hi Jerry!, how are you?

I’m good, thanks. Season two of Holliston is set to premiere next month on FEARnet. What can fans expect this time around?

They can expect more and better everything. With season one of any TV series, »

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