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Interview: Anna Bogotskaya and Olivia Howe aka ‘The Final Girls’

In his latest interview/podcast, host Stuart Wright talks with Anna Bogotskaya and Olivia Howe (aka co-founders of feminist horror film collective The Final Girls) about their weekend programme at the Masonic Lodge (East London) at the East End Film Festival.

Final Girls presents… She’s Right Behind You takes place weekend of Saturday 21 April/Sunday 22 April. The Uninvited (1944) and Kuroneko (1968) are showing Saturday 21 April. The Others (2001) and Whispering Corridors (1998) are showing Sunday 22 April.

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Watch: ‘The Shape of Water’s Fishman Falls on Hard Times in Cut SNL Sketch

Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water winning four Oscars wasn't just a big win for The Others among us, but also for Fishpeople in particular. The merfolk, as they were traditionally known, had been living below the radar and beneath the surface for centuries before the romance movie brought them into the spotlight. Now, as more and more fishfolk attempt to make it big in Hollywood, they're struggling along with everyone else to make it out in La La Land. Even for the famous fishman of del Toro's award-winning film, fame is fleeting and …
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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.


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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Trailer Arrives For Cannes 2018 Opener ‘Everybody Knows’

Everybody Knows trailer

We announced just yesterday that Asghar Farhadi’s Everybody Knows will open the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, and now we can deliver the very first trailer for the film.

Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz lead the cast of the film.

Asghar Farhadi’s 8th feature film, shot entirely in Spanish on the Iberian Peninsula, charts the story of Laura, who lives with her husband and children in Buenos Aires. When they return together to her native village in Spain for a family celebration, an unexpected event changes the course of their lives. The family, its ties and the moral choices imposed on them lie, as in every one of Farhadi’s scripts, at the heart of the plot.

According to the official release from Cannes organisers, José Luis Alcaine is director of photography on the film (a regular collaborator of Pedro Almodóvar, Carlos Saura and Bigas Luna), the
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Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem’s ‘Everybody Knows’ to Open Cannes Film Festival (Exclusive)

Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem’s ‘Everybody Knows’ to Open Cannes Film Festival (Exclusive)
Two-time Oscar-winning filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s psychological thriller “Everybody Knows,” starring Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Ricardo Darin, is set to open the 71st Cannes Film Festival, Variety has learned.

Everybody Knows” (“Todos Lo Saben”) will mark only the second Spanish-language film to open Cannes, following Pedro Almodovar’s “Bad Education,” which kicked off the festival in 2004. It is also one of the few openers in recent memory not in either English or French.

The festival will likely make an official announcement about the selection of “Everybody Knows” as the opening night film either later Wednesday or in the coming days.

The choice clearly reflects the outlook of Cannes artistic director Thierry Fremaux, who has aimed in recent years at kicking off the festival with films that bring together a critically acclaimed auteur, including the likes of Wes Anderson and Arnaud Desplechin, with an attractive, glamorous cast.

Iranian director Farhadi
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Domhnall Gleeson says his next film The Little Stranger is “a very unsettling psychological ghost story”

The ever-busy Domhnall Gleeson is set to reunite with his Frank director Lenny Abrahamson for his next movie The Little Stranger, and during an interview with Digital Spy the Irish actor has teased what we can expect from their upcoming collaboration:

“”I wouldn’t say [it’s a] horror,” said Gleeson. “It’s a ghost story – a very unsettling psychological ghost story, in a way that I think will be compulsive. There’s an oddness to it. You know like The Others and films like that – there’s something like that about it. Oh, Whistle and I’ll Come to You – it’s got that vibe to it. And Gaslight – not exactly that vibe because they’re older, but it’s got something of that oddness to it, creeping psychological dread, that I think is scary but not quite horror. The guy I’m playing is containing a lot of remorse and anger and sadness and sexuality.
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Domhnall Gleeson reveals ghostly details for The Little Stranger

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You can’t seem to turn around without seeing one Gleeson or another gracing our movie screens. After what seems like the children’s story genre being overtaken by Domhnall with his role as AA Milne in Goodbye Christopher Robin and currently in this weeks release of Peter Rabbit as the grouchy Mr McGregor – he has revealed that his next venture, A Little Stranger is on the creepy side.

Related: Peter Rabbit Premiere Interviews: Daisy Ridley, James Corden, Domhnall Gleeson & more

Speaking with Digital Spy on the press tour for Peter Rabbit, Domhnall said “I wouldn’t say horror, It’s a ghost story – a very unsettling psychological ghost story, in a way that I think will be compulsive.

He went on to compare the film with the likes of the Nicole Kidman lead, The Others. “There’s an oddness to it. You know like The Others and films like
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The house by the water by Jennie Kermode

Loftus Hall, the haunted house where The Lodgers was shot

Twin siblings isolated in a crumbling mansion deep in the Irish countryside. A sinister presence watching them, stealing a little closer every night. Dark secrets, a curse, and unexpected romance. The Lodgers is a chilling slice of old fashioned Gothic horror, and it's one of the offerings at this year's Glasgow Film Festival. I asked director Brian O'Malley if he approached it as part of the recent genre revival.

"I'm a longstanding fan of Gothic period ghost stories," he tells me. "I discovered The Innocents - you know the 1962 film - when I was in my late teens. I always found that type of horror to be about mood and tone and what's implied rather than what's obvious to the camera. I liked some of the more recent film like The Others, The Orphanage and The Devil's Backbone. I find it a really.
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Great Point boosts Efm slate with Frank Zappa doc, retired superheroes comedy (exclusive)

Great Point boosts Efm slate with Frank Zappa doc, retired superheroes comedy (exclusive)
Alex Winter directing upcoming Frank Zappa doc with Oscar-winning producer Glen Zipper.

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Frank Zappa

London-based Great Point Media has bolstered its sales slate ahead of this month’s European Film Market (Efm) in Berlin.

The company has picked up Zappa, Alex Winter’s upcoming documentary about the pioneering musician Frank Zappa. Currently in pre-production, the feature is from Glen Zipper, the Oscar-winning producer of American Football doc Undefeated.

Director Winter is known for his acting roles as Ted in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and its sequel Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey. His previous filmmaking credits include docs Downloaded and Deep Web.

Previously titled Who The F*@% Is Frank Zappa, the project set a record on crowdsourcing platform Kickstarter in 2016 by raising more than $1.2m, the most ever for a documentary.

Currently in pre-production, Zappa will have unprecedented access to a vault of archive material (music, films, photography) about the musician
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Requiem episode 1 review

Aliya Whiteley Feb 2, 2018

With spoilers, here's our review of the first episode of Requiem...

In these days of boundless choice when it comes to entertainment, sometimes I find I don’t know what I want to watch next. From the latest cinematic offerings to the range of options with each streaming service: what is it that will really reward my attention? Realism or escapism? Drama or comedy? I’ve had a lacklustre January, entertainment-wise, moving from one thing to another and never really getting sucked in to a story. But then I watched the first episode of Requiem and realised that what I was after was a dose of old-school unashamed horror.

Requiem has everything that reminds me of those films of the past that got right under my skin and stayed there: The Turn Of The Screw came to mind, as did 1974 horror film Symptoms, and Alejandro Amenábar’s The Others.
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New Trailer For The Eerie Gothic Irish Horror Thriller The Lodgers

We've got an eerie new trailer for you to check out for a wickedly creepy gothic haunted house horror thriller called The Lodgers. The story is set in the 1920s and centers on twins who live together in an old gothic haunted mansion filled with dark and malevolent spirits that terrorize them.

I love watching horror movies like this, and I really like what I'm seeing in this trailer. The movie has a similar tone to films like The Others, Crimson Peak, and The Woman in Black, all of which I liked. Here's the synopsis:

A gothic ghost story about orphaned twins Edward and Rachel who share a crumbling manor in 1920s rural Ireland. But they are not alone. They share the house with unseen entities who control them with three absolute rules. As separate fates draw them apart, the twins must face the terrible truth about their family’s ghostly tormentors.
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New Trailer For The Lodgers Exudes a Rich, Gothic Atmosphere

A new trailer for Epic Pictures Group’s atmospheric Irish supernatural horror film The Lodgers (review) has been released and can be seen below. The film will be hitting theaters and digital platforms on February 23. The film was hailed by as, “…the best movie of its kind since The Others.” If that sounds like […]

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‘Mission: Impossible’ Producer Paula Wagner to Be Honored at Camerimage

Poland’s Camerimage cinematography fest, which kicked off Saturday, will honor Paula Wagner with its prize for “producer with unique visual sensitivity,” in recognition for her work on such films as “Mission: Impossible” and other partnerships with co-producer Tom Cruise.

With four decades of work, starting with projects such as Alejandro Amenábar’s chiller “The Others” and Billy Ray’s journalist drama “Shattered Glass,” the former actress built her career via agency work, repping talents such as Sean Penn, Val Kilmer, Demi Moore and Liam Neeson while at the Creative Artists Agency.

In 1993, she launched Cruise/Wagner Productions, which took on the film adaptation of the hit ‘70s TV suspense series “Mission: Impossible,” launching the franchise that continues to roll along. Cruise and Wagner also worked on Cameron Crowe’s mystery romance “Vanilla Sky,” based on Amenábar’s “Abre los ojos.”

Wagner then produced Edward Zwick’s Cruise-starrer “The Last Samurai,” exec produced
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The 20 Scariest Movie Scenes of the 21st Century

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The 20 Scariest Movie Scenes of the 21st Century
Horror movies are so much more than the sum of its parts, but no genre is more dependent on the power of discrete scenes, self-contained episodes to make you feel like you’re sweating through what’s happening on screen first-hand. It doesn’t matter if a horror movie is an atmospheric slow-burn, or if it’s a symphony of jump-scares that alternates between peaks of sustained tension and long valleys of eerie calm, all of the most terrifying films rely on a few unforgettable moments. Some of these instances are long setpieces, some are just perfectly executed jolts, but all of them are exquisitely traumatizing microcosms of the movies that contain them.

Read More:The 20 Best Foreign-Language Horror Films of the 21st Century, From ‘Trouble Every Day’ to ‘Let the Right One In

Shut off the lights, turn up the sound, and enjoy our list of the 20 scariest movie scenes of the 21st Century.
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Nicole Kidman’s Best Performances — IndieWire Critics Survey

Nicole Kidman’s Best Performances — IndieWire Critics Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: In honor of “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” what is Nicole Kidman’s greatest performance?

Vadim Rizov (@VRizov), Filmmaker Magazine

I don’t know about “best” — I haven’t seen an embarrassing chunk of what are considered her most significant roles, and I’m weak on understanding acting — but the performance that sticks most in my mind (quite possibly because I saw it at impressionable high school age) is “Dogville.” Kidman is spookily withdrawn, like an observer alien in a human body dropped into a moral wasteland which she attempts to navigate with understanding and decorum until finally it’s just too much. As in “Birth,
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Nicole Kidman Speaks Out Against ‘Abuse and Misuse of Power’ Amid Harvey Weinstein Scandal

Nicole Kidman Speaks Out Against ‘Abuse and Misuse of Power’ Amid Harvey Weinstein Scandal
Nicole Kidman is the latest actress to speak up, in light of the unfolding Harvey Weinstein scandal.

“As I’ve stated before publicly, I support and applaud all women and these women who speak out against any abuse and misuse of power — be it domestic violence or sexual harassment in the workforce,” Kidman said via a statement released through her publicist. “We need to eradicate this behavior.”

Related ContentGwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie Say Harvey Weinstein Harassed Them

While Kidman did not state Weinstein’s name, she has worked with Weinstein on a slew of films, including “Cold Mountain,” “The Others,” “Nine” and, most recently, “Lion,” for which she was nominated for an Oscar.

Kidman follows many A-list actresses who have begun to speak out against Weinstein, as more and more devastating accusations come out against the Hollywood producer, who was fired from his own company this past weekend. Last week, the New York
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Nicole Kidman Applauds Women Speaking Out Against Harvey Weinstein: 'We Need to Eradicate This Behavior'

Nicole Kidman Applauds Women Speaking Out Against Harvey Weinstein: 'We Need to Eradicate This Behavior'
Nicole Kidman is joining other Oscar-winning stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, George Clooney, Brie Larson, Judi Dench, Kate Winslet and more in speaking out against Harvey Weinstein amid allegations of decades of sexual misconduct.

In a statement released to People, Kidman — who has worked with Weinstein on seven films including Lion, Nine, Cold Mountain, and The Others — put her support behind any victims making allegations against the famed film producer.

“As I’ve stated before publicly, I support and applaud all women and these women who speak out against any abuse and misuse of power — be it domestic violence
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'Marrowbone': Film Review | Tiff 2017

'Marrowbone': Film Review | Tiff 2017
Children and big, mystery-stuffed houses are hardly unusual ingredients in thrillers; they're about as common as bumps in the night. But their pairing in Marrowbone, the first feature directed by Sergio G. Sanchez, strikes a familiar and deeply satisfying chord. Set in 1969 America but filmed in Spain, it from the start recalls several other pictures made in Spain by Spanish or Mexican filmmakers: not just The Orphanage, which Sanchez wrote for director J.A. Bayona, but Alejandro Amenabar's The Others and the Spanish Civil War-set ghost stories of Guillermo del Toro. (Tellingly, Marrowbone's Alvaro Augustin has served as a producer...
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Rob Zombie to host 13 Nights of Halloween

Hdnet Movies has announced the complete line-up for "Rob Zombie's 13 Nights of Halloween," hosted by the horror icon himself, kicking off Thursday, Oct. 19 with his hit film "The Devil's Rejects" at 9pE.

Other films featured during the holiday stunt, which culminates in a 24-hour marathon on Halloween, include Wes Craven's "The Last House on the Left," Jonathan Demme's "The Silence of the Lambs," Steve McQueen in the original 1958 "The Blob" and more.

The full schedule and official details can be found below.

From The Press Release

“The Great American Nightmare” comes to Hdnet Movies this October, as the network unleashes Rob Zombie’s 13 Nights Of Halloween—airing every night at 9pE from Thursday, October 19 through Tuesday, October 31. The Halloween event puts the spotlight on 13 films hosted by heavy metal mastermind and acclaimed horror icon Rob Zombie. The event kicks off with Zombie’s celebrated sophomore opus The Devil’S Rejects,
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Gotham Awards to Honor Nicole Kidman, Cinematographer Ed Lachman

Gotham Awards to Honor Nicole Kidman, Cinematographer Ed Lachman
Nicole Kidman and cinematographer Edward Lachman have joined the roster of industry figures to be honored with tributes at the 2017 Gotham Awards, Independent Filmmaker Project’s annual ceremony focused on indie film.

Kidman will receive the evening’s actress tribute for a career that launched with Philip Noyce’s 1989 thriller “Dead Calm” and has included films “The Others,” “Moulin Rouge!,” “The Hours” (which won her an Oscar) and “Rabbit Hole.” She’s currently up for an Emmy for her performance in HBO’s “Big Little Lies” and is currently appearing in the new season of “Top of the Lake”; her upcoming bigscreen work includes Sofia Coppola’s “The Beguiled,” Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” and Neil Burger’s “The Upside” (which recently premiered at the Toronto Film Festival).


Al Gore, Jason Blum to Be Honored at 2017 Gotham Awards

Lachman wins the cinematography tribute for a long list of credits that includes films with
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