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Movie Review – Marrowbone (2017)

Marrowbone, 2017.

Written and directed by Sergio G. Sánchez.

Starring George MacKay, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Mia Goth, Matthew Stagg, Kyle Soller and Tom Fisher.

Synopsis:

A family who have concealed the death of their mother so they can stay together find themselves plagued by noisy spirits who seem to represent the spectre of their evil father.

There might not be a corner of horror cinema as ripe for allegory as the ghost story. From the classics of The Haunting to more modern fare like Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, the cinematic ghost story is often about everything other than the ghosts themselves. That’s certainly true in the case of Marrowbone, which is a rich and intense horror movie that is set in the 1960s, but feels much older by virtue of the Gothic house in which its action unfolds.

Written and directed by Sergio G. Sánchez, who wrote
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Amazon schedule: Here’s what is coming in February 2018, including ‘The Tick’ and ‘Mozart in the Jungle’

Amazon schedule: Here’s what is coming in February 2018, including ‘The Tick’ and ‘Mozart in the Jungle’
The Golden Globe-winning comedy series “Mozart in the Jungle” returns to Amazon for season 4 beginning on Feb. 16. Gael Garcia Bernal plays Rodrigo, the roguish conductor of the New York Symphony. In season 3, he and his troupe travelled to Venice, Italy to stage a new opera, “La Fiamma.” He clashed with Malena (Monica Bellucci), the diva at the head of the cast. Expect more fireworks this season as he back behind the podium in Gotham.

And the second half of season 1 of the rebooted live-action version of “The Tick” is set to stream on Feb. 23. Peter Serafinowicz plays the sassy superhero who says, “murder is just not cool.” The show is created by Ben Edlund, who introduced the character in comic book form in 1986. His comic was adapted into an Emmy nominated animated series that ran from 1994-1997 and a short-lived live-action version in 2001 that starred Patrick Warburton.

See Netflix schedule:
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Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in February 2018

Hulu schedule: Here’s what is coming and leaving in February 2018
Emmy winners Jeff Daniels (“The Newsroom”) and Alec Baldwin (“30 Rock”) head up the new Hulu original series “The Looming Tower,” which chronicles the rise of Osama Bin-Laden. Also featured in this docudrama about the inter-agency rivalry between the CIA and FBI in the first part of this century are Golden Globe nominees Peter Sarsgaard and Michael Stuhlbarg. The first of the 10 episodes starts streaming on Hulu on Feb. 28.

Before then, Hulu viewers will get a chance to see another acclaimed docudrama, the film “Detroit” by Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow (“The Hurt Locker”). She reteamed with screenwriter Mark Boal, who also picked up an Oscar for “The Hurt Locker,” for this acclaimed film. “Detroit” documents the riots that beset the motor city in the summer of 1967 after the police raid an unlicensed bar on July 23 and arrest the 82 patrons and staff. Over the course of just five days, 43 people died
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Amblin Partners Inks Exclusive Music-Publishing Deal With BMG

Amblin Partners has signed an exclusive deal with BMG to administer its music publishing rights worldwide.

Recent films under the Amblin Partners umbrella include “Bridge of Spies” (pictured), “The Girl on the Train,” “Office Christmas Party” and “A Dog’s Purpose” as well as the upcoming Steven Spielberg-directed project “The Post.” Current productions from Amblin Television include “The Americans” on FX and “Bull” with CBS, with “Reverie” (NBC) and “The Haunting of Hill House” (Netflix) on the way. The deal includes scores, transition cues, themes, and feature songs.

BMG Svp and general counsel Keith Hauprich said: “We are proud to partner with the Amblin team as BMG continues to grow in the arena of Film and TV. Mr. Spielberg and his handpicked team are a national treasure, continually bringing timeless stories to the silver screen.” Chris Floyd, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel said, “We are delighted to begin this new relationship with BMG, and couldn
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Owen Wilson interview: Wonder, art in movies

Ben Mortimer Nov 30, 2017

Owen Wilson chats to us about Wonder, art, writing and more...

Wonder. It started life as an extraordinary book from R J Palacio, and it's now been turned into a hugely impressive film as well. Already a hit in the Us, the movie stars Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson. And on the UK press tour for the movie, Wilson spared us some time to talk about the film...

[As I enter, I notice that Wilson is reading a book about Van Gogh. I make a comment about this just as I’m setting my Dictaphone to record]

Yeah, I just picked it up off the nightstand. But I’ve been there, to the museum in Amsterdam. Do you have a favourite Van Gogh painting?

Not particularly, Van Gogh. I’m more of a Dali fan.

Very trippy.

Have you been to any of the galleries in London while you’ve been here?

I went to go see the Basquiat show, over at the Barbican.

There was a good documentary on Basquiat recently.

My friend, [art dealer] Tony Shafrazi,
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Best 25 Horror Oscar Winners, Ranked

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Best 25 Horror Oscar Winners, Ranked
Most people think that snobby Oscar voters through the decades have turned their backs on the horror genre. Not so. True, far more horror flicks have been nominated for Oscars — including many Alfred Hitchcock movies — than have won. Hitch was nominated six times for Best Director and never took home a gold statue, which is why he was awarded an Honorary Oscar in 1968. “Thank you,” he said, and walked offstage.

We scoured the record books to find 25 Oscar-winning horror movies, and herewith rank them for you.

After heated arguments among the IndieWire staff, we threw out a dozen or so monster movies (“King Kong,” “Mighty Joe Young,” “Jurassic Park”), ghost films (“Ghost”) and scary psychological thrillers like Hitchcock’s “Spellbound” that just didn’t feel like horror flicks to us.

Defining a horror movie is subjective. Is it about gore and guts and supernatural beings, or how it makes you feel?
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Forbidden Tomes: 7 Autumnal Books to Read on Halloween

Horror fans don’t need a time-sensitive excuse to indulge in uncanny and unnatural literature, but there’s nothing quite like steeping oneself in a novel of the strange as the October winds blow, bringing half-imagined whispers of phantoms from the pages. Some books evoke this sense more effortlessly—and frighteningly—than others. Here are seven chilly, liminal examples of literature’s power to bring us across the veil.

Books of Blood by Clive Barker: While technically five volumes, Clive Barker’s masterwork of short horror fiction brings the perfect mixture of pulpy violence, grotesque monstrosities, and transcendentally disturbing themes. His tales take the reader through gritty urban wastelands, liminal spaces of decay or transgression, where the rejected pieces of society manage to make a life—and encounter monsters in the process. Particularly poisonous treats include the titular story, a nightmarish diatribe on the roadways of ghosts; “Rawhead Rex,
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‘The Haunting Of Hill House’: Netflix Sets Paxton Singleton & Julian Hilliard As Series Regulars

Exclusive: Paxton Singleton and newcomer Julian Hilliard have come aboard as a series regulars on Netflix’s upcoming Mike Flanagan-helmed adaptation, The Haunting Of Hill House, for Amblin TV and Paramount TV. Based on Shirley Jackson's classic 1959 novel, the 10-episode straight-to-series re-imagining draws from the original classic ghost story while expanding on the mythology of the Crane family. Carla Gugino, Timothy Hutton, Michael Huisman, Oliver Jackson-Cohen
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The 15 Best Horror Directors of the 21st Century

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The 15 Best Horror Directors of the 21st Century
“It” may be a box office smash, but it’s hardly the only horror movie worth talking about these days. Just 17 years in, and the 21st century has already played home to a remarkable number of truly chilling and inventive horror offerings, from a resurgence in J-horror remakes to a continued affection for the classic series of yesteryear, to the massive dominance of the “Conjuring” movie universe and even a “Saw” franchise so dominant that it’s already cycled back into resurrection territory, and that’s just the mainstream stuff.

Aided by a new crop of filmmakers beholden to both their own obsessions and formative years steeped in the classics, the past two decades are shaping up to be some of the very best for the genre, with still more terror being turned out at a frightening clip. From visionaries like Guillermo del Toro and Gore Verbinksi, who can happily
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Warner horror coming to HMV’s ‘Premium Collection’

If you’re a film-fan like us, you’ll probably be very aware of HMV’s Premium Collection series. Releasing revered films across all genres, Premium Collection sets containing the film on Blu-ray, DVD and a Digital Copy giving physical media fans a “must own” version of each film; along with a collectible slipcase and collectible artcards featuring the films key art and lobby cards style stills.

Well this week Warner Bros. have officially announced that three classic genre films in their library are getting the Premium Collection treatment: House of Wax 3D, The Haunting and A Clockwork Orange (who’d have thought that Kubrick’s film would, finally, be so revered in the UK after years in the filmic wilderness?). All three release on October 16th via HMV stores and HMV.com

House Of Wax 3D

Warner Bros. proudly presents the most successful 3D movie of the 1950s – and
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Now Casting: Netflix’s ‘The Haunting Of Hill House’ Is Seeking Body Doubles

Don’t be spooked by Netflix’s request for bodies—it’s just seeking body doubles for “The Haunting Of Hill House!” Starring Carla Gugino and Timothy Hutton, “The Haunting of Hill House” is a modern re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel. Several Caucasian male and female actors, aged 18–70, are wanted to serve as stand-ins for principal cast members in the series. All roles have specific hair color and height requirements. The production will shoot Oct. 16–April 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Talent will be paid $150 for 12 hours of work. Keep your sights on these frights and apply directly at Backstage here! Check out Backstage’s Atlanta audition listings!
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Now Casting: The Netflix Series ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ has Background Roles + More

It’s officially the spookiest and scariest of months, but the gigs in today’s roundup are anything but scary! Get into the spirit of things with a role on the upcoming Netflix series “The Haunting of Hill House,” which is currently casting background roles in Atlanta, Georgia. There are also roles on Fox’s sci-fi series “The Gifted,” and in a short horror segment in a film anthology. Or, you can just escape life on land and spend the next eight months working from a yacht as a travel series host! “The Haunting Of Hill House”Join “The Haunting Of Hill House,” a Netflix modern re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel. A male actor and a female actor, both aged 38–50, are wanted to portray a groomsman and a bridesmaid, respectively, in background roles. The production will shoot Oct. 23–24 in Atlanta, Georgia. Pay is $150 for 12 hours of work. Apply here!
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Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy interview: Gerald's Game

Brendon Connelly Sep 28, 2017

The producer and director of Gerald's Game chat to us about bringing Stephen King's work to the screen...

Mike Flanagan isn't the big brand name that Stephen King is – not yet, anyway - but I'll admit it, had it been announced that somebody else was adapting King's novel Gerald's Game, my excitement would have been severely tempered.

But Flanagan did get the gig, and so I've been waiting impatiently for his film for months now. Happily, I was not even the slightest bit disappointed. Flanagan's adaptation is, while being very true to King's original, a brilliantly original, cinematic, effective and powerful work.

Last week, I spoke to Flanagan and Trevor Macy, the film's producer, about how they pulled off such a tricky adaptation, as well as Flanagan's next gig adapting Shirley Jackson's classic The Haunting Of Hill House into a “ten hour movie”. Here's how the conversation went.
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‘Amityville’ Child Now Spooked by Netflix’s “The Haunting of Hill House”

‘Amityville’ Child Now Spooked by Netflix’s “The Haunting of Hill House”
Mckenna Grace, who is already starring in the haunted house horror pic Amityville: The Awakening, will be joining Netflix’s upcoming “The Haunting of Hill House” alongside Violet McGraw in the series adaptation of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel from Amblin TV and Paramount TV, reports Deadline. The re-imagining draws from the original classic ghost story […]
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‘The Haunting Of Hill House’: Mckenna Grace & Violet McGraw Join Netflix Series

Netflix’s upcoming The Haunting Of Hill House has added a pair of young actresses as Mckenna Grace and Violet McGraw have been cast in the series adaptation of Shirley Jackson's classic 1959 novel from Amblin TV and Paramount TV. The re-imagining draws from the original classic ghost story while expanding on the mythology of the Crane family. Previously announced cast includes Carla Gugino, Timothy Hutton, Michael Huisman, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate…
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Film Review: ‘Leatherface’

Film Review: ‘Leatherface’
Considering the game-changing stature of Tobe Hooper’s 1974 original in the annals of horror cinema, it’s odd that “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” has had such a peculiar, erratic life in franchise terms. Odder still then that after so many re-inventions of this particular wheel, to varying artistic and box-office rewards, that “Leatherface” should quietly premiere on DirecTV a month before being dumped into a handful of U.S. theaters on Oct. 20.

Written by Seth M. Sherwood and directed by the French duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo (“Inside”), this “origin story” is a somewhat mixed bag. But it’s also an earnest and well-crafted attempt at course-correction, straying from stock slasher recyclage to provide a different story that actually connects a few dots in the very tangled cinematic “Chainsaw” universe to date. Particularly given the angry popular rejection just handed genre rule-breaker “Mother!,” you’d think this respectable addition to an uneven but name-brand horror pic
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"The Haunting of Hill House"

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According to reports, actress Lulu Wilson ("Annabelle: Creation") has joined the cast of the upcoming Netflix/Amblin adaptation of author Shirley Jackson's 1959 novel "The Haunting Of Hill House", previously adapted as the feature "The Haunting":

"...'Hill House' is an eighty-year-old mansion built by long-deceased 'Hugh Crain'. The story follows main characters 'Dr. John Montague', an investigator of the supernatural, 'Eleanor Vance', a shy young woman who resents having lived as a recluse caring for her demanding invalid mother, 'Theodora', a flamboyant, bohemian artist and 'Luke Sanderson', the young heir to 'Hill House'.

"Dr. Montague hopes to find scientific evidence of the existence of the supernatural. He rents Hill House for a summer and invites as his guests several people, chosen because of their past experience with paranormal events.

"Of these, only Eleanor and Theodora accept. Eleanor travels to the house, where she and Theodora will live in isolation with Montague and Luke.
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Rising Horror Star Lulu Wilson Joins Netflix’s “The Haunting of Hill House”

Rising Horror Star Lulu Wilson Joins Netflix’s “The Haunting of Hill House”
Coming off her standout roles in Ouija: Origin of Evil and this year’s Annabelle: Creation, child actor Lulu Wilson is fast becoming something of a modern day scream queen. We’re happy to report that she’s the latest to join the cast of “The Haunting of Hill House,” Netflix’s re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel. The news […]
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‘The Haunting Of Hill House’: Lulu Wilson & Victoria Pedretti Cast In Netflix Series Re-Imagining

‘The Haunting Of Hill House’: Lulu Wilson & Victoria Pedretti Cast In Netflix Series Re-Imagining
Exclusive: Annabelle: Creation actress Lulu Wilson and newcomer Victoria Pedretti have joined the upcoming Netflix series adaptation of Shirley Jackson's classic 1959 novel, The Haunting Of Hill House, from Amblin TV and Paramount TV. Genre filmmaker Mike Flanagan, who directed Wilson in 2016’s Ouija: Origin of Evil, is at the helm of the 10-episode straight-to-series drama, which draws from the original classic ghost story while expanding on the mythology of the Crane…
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Another Checks Into “The Haunting of Hill House”

Another Checks Into “The Haunting of Hill House”
Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Raven) is the latest to join the cast of “The Haunting of Hill House”, Netflix’s modern re-imagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel, Deadline says. He joins Timothy Hutton, Carla Gugino, Michel Huisman, Elizabeth Reaser, Kate Siegel and Henry Thomas in the 10-episode straight-to-series drama, which hails from genre filmmaker Mike Flanagan, Steven […]
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