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The 18 Best Performances in Horror Movies — IndieWire Critics Survey

(Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday.

Reactions to Ari Aster’s “Midsommar” predictably run the gamut, but there seems to be a general consensus that Florence Pugh is fantastic in the lead role. In the aftermath of Toni Collette’s work in “Hereditary,” and Essie Davis’ memorable turn in “The Babadook,” there’s been something of a renewed appreciation for horror movies as a vehicle for strong performances.

This week’s question: What is the best and/or most indelible performance you’ve seen in a horror film, and how did it leverage the genre to accomplish something that might not have been possible in a more grounded type of movie?

Isabelle Adjani in “Possession

Joel Mayward (@joelmayward)

Upon reading the prompt for this survey, a single image came into mind, that of Isabelle Adjani violently
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Listen to the Corpse Club Discuss 2011 Horror, Including Drive Angry, Insidious, and Dead Space 2

With a decade of monumental horror coming to an end, we pay homage to horror's recent past by taking a look back at memorable releases from 2011 on a new episode of Corpse Club!

From the big screen to the small screen and everything in between, there's no doubt that we're living in a golden age of horror, with the genre skyrocketing to scary new heights over the past ten years. Now that the decade is coming to a close, we thought this would be the perfect time to reflect on notable horror movies, TV series, and video games released in the 2010s that left an undeniable impact on the genre and influenced its future for years to come.

In this episode, Scott Drebit, Bryan Christopher, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James continue our retrospective 2010s series with a look back at some of the most memorable horror releases of 2011, including the
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Horror-thriller Blindsided gets a trailer and poster

Ahead of its DVD and digital release this August, a poster and trailer have been release for director Johnny Mitchell’s upcoming horror-thriller Blindsided which stars Bea Santos (True Detective), Eric Knudsen (Scream 4), Atticus Mitchell (Killjoys), Melinda Shankar (Slasher), and Paul Popowich (Hemlock Grove); take a look here…

Sloan Carter is a young girl who has recently been blinded. Her father leaves for the weekend and her two best friends, returning home from University, keep her company. A protege of her father’s, passing through town, also spends the night. The peaceful weekend is interrupted by a shadowy threat and the safe country getaway turns into a fight for survival.

Blindsided is set for release on August 13th.

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Henry Winkler Looks Back on His Iconic Scream Death Scene

Henry Winkler Looks Back on His Iconic Scream Death Scene
Henry Winkler once appeared in an uncredited role for the 1996 slasher movie Scream, and the actor recently opened up on what it took to film his iconic death scene. The former Happy Days star might be an Emmy-winning actor based on his performance in the Showtime series Barry, but horror fans still fondly remember him as Principal Himbry in the popular horror movie.

Perhaps because dying in a slasher movie was new territory for him, Henry Winkler revealed that his death scream was at first inefficient. After some direct coaching from director Wes Craven, however, Winkler got further into the character and totally nailed the principal's demise.

"This one shot, with the bad guy with the mask coming into my eyeball, it took two hours to shoot. As he was stabbing me, Wes, in his professorial way, came up and he said, 'Do you think it might be more excruciating?
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Alsion Brie: "Women's Health"

Sneak Peek actress Alison Brie ("Community") in "Women's Health" magazine:

Brie is best known for her starring role as 'Annie Edison' in the sitcom "Community" (2009–2015) and as 'Trudy Campbell' in AMC's "Mad Men" (2007–2015).

Brie currently voices the character 'Diane Nguyen' on the Netflix animated series "BoJack Horseman" (2014–present) and as 'Ruth Wilder' in the Netflix "Glow" (2017–present).

Brie has also starred in several feature films including "Scream 4" (2011), "The Five-Year Engagement" (2012), "The Lego Movie" (2014), "Get Hard" (2015), "Sleeping with Other People" (2015), "How to Be Single" (2016), "The Little Hours" (2017), "The Disaster Artist" (2017), and "The Post" (2017).

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Alison Brie...
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No Promotion Necessary: ‘Lords of Chaos’ Gets Must-see Unrated Blu-ray Release This May

No Promotion Necessary: ‘Lords of Chaos’ Gets Must-see Unrated Blu-ray Release This May
Jonas Åkerlund‘s Sundance drama Lords of Chaos is making its way to DVD and Blu-ray May 28th, Bloody Disgusting learned. In the brutal, unapologetic, and scarring must-see film, Rory Culkin (Scream 4) stars as Euronymous, a teenager who quest to launch Norwegian Black Metal in Oslo in the 1980s results in a very violent outcome. Lords of Chaos tells the true story of […]
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Disney And Lantern Near Settlement For Weinstein Co. Film And TV Projects

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As Lantern Entertainment looks to fully exploit the assets it acquired as part of its $289 million acquisition of The Weinstein Company assets, it is close to reaching a significant settlement with Disney, a stakeholder in some of the company’s film and titles.

A person familiar with the discussions between Lantern and Disney characterized them as constructive and among many similar negotiations happening with other rights-holders, with the goal of removing any objections and disputes. The conversations toward a settlement were reported by Disney in a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.

Disney has separately maintained that Weinstein Co. owes it $6.8 million in outstanding payments connected to films Lantern did not pick up, including Scream 4 and The Matador.

Harvey and Bob Weinstein sold Miramax to Disney in 1993, eventually parting ways with the company a decade later and launching their own eponymous company in 2005. The Weinstein Co. filed
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Scream and Hellraiser Reboots Considered at Blumhouse, Nothing Happening Yet

Could Blumhouse revive Scream and Hellraiser next? Blumhouse Productions has made a serious name for themselves in recent years. The studio produces micro-budget horror movies that often spawn franchises like Paranormal Activity or The Purge. They also churn out huge hits such as Get Out and Split, just to name a couple. Last year, they revived Michael Myers on the big screen with Halloween, which was made in partnership with Miramax. As it happens, that may have opened a much larger door.

Jason Blum, head of Blumhouse, has expressed his desire to take on other known franchises in the past, having specifically cited Scream, as well as The Crow and Friday the 13th. During a recent interview to promote Happy Death Day 2U, Blum was asked specifically about Scream and Hellraiser, since they're both under the Miramax banner. Here's what Blum had to say about it.

Yes, we definitely have [discussed it]. We're looking,
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Valentine (2001) Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Special Features to Include New Audio Commentary with Jamie Blanks & Don Coscarelli

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"Hearts don't just break... they get even." Perhaps more popular now than its initial release in 2001, and featuring one of the most memorable morgue scenes in any horror movie, Valentine (based on Tom Savage's novel of the same name) is coming to Blu-ray in February with a new Collector's Edition from Scream Factory, and the special features will include a new audio commentary with director Jamie Blanks and legendary filmmaker Don Coscarelli.

From the Press Release: "Revenge is sweet, just like Valentine’s Day chocolates. At least, that is what a vengeful, Cupid-masked killer thinks in the teen slasher Valentine. Making its Blu-ray debut February 12th, 2019 from Scream Factory, this Collector’s Edition of Valentine also includes a plethora of new bonus features, including an audio commentary with director Jamie Blanks and filmmaker Don Coscarelli moderated by author Peter Bracke, new interviews with actresses Denise Richards, Marley Shelton, Jessica Cauffiel,
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Lords of Chaos Poster Turns Rory Culkin Into a Norwegian Black Metal Maniac

Lords of Chaos Poster Turns Rory Culkin Into a Norwegian Black Metal Maniac
I love a good poster about as much as I love a good death metal tune. And so it pleases me that today we can pass along the poster for director Jonas Akerlund's Lords of Chaos starring Rory Culkin, Emory Cohen, Sky Ferreira, Jack Kilmer, and Valter Skarsgard. For those of you that might not be aware of the film or its killer backstory, Lords of Chaos is based on the 1998 non-fiction book of the same name by Michael Moynihan and Didrik Soderlind, which follows a series of crimes that occurred in Oslo, Norway in the early 1990s surrounding the black metal bands Mayhem and Burzum.

The film premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and has been snagging up awesome reviews and killer word-of-mouth ever since. In fact, the movie currently holds a 91% fresh rating over on Rotten Tomatoes. The site doesn't currently have a Critics Consensus but the score
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David Arquette Wants Scream 5 to Be a Tribute to Wes Craven

Halloween (2018) may have surpassed Scream (1996) as top-grossing slasher movie in history, but don’t count Ghostface out just yet. Though the franchise is technically still alive in the form of a TV Series, there hasn’t been a new Scream flick since 2011’s soft-reboot (aka Scream 4). If David Arquette has his druthers, though, Deputy […]

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David Arquette Would Love For Scream 5 To Happen

Due to its unique meta edge, the Scream franchise has always been one of the most successful horror series around, crossing over to achieve a lot of mainstream appeal – 2018’s Halloween has only just knocked the first entry from its top spot as the highest-grossing slasher. So we definitely wouldn’t rule out the possibility of a Scream 5.

Ghostface was last seen slashing his way through the cast back in 2011’s Scream 4 and though there were murmurs of a follow-up in the years after that, any plans that existed were respectfully rested after director Wes Craven passed away in 2015. However, the brand survives in the form of the Scream TV show and there’s clearly potential for the project to continue on with another filmmaker at the helm.

One cast member who’d certainly love to return is David Arquette. The actor played Danger-prone deputy Dewey Riley in all four movies,
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If Scream 5 Happens, David Arquette Definitely Wants to Return

If Scream 5 Happens, David Arquette Definitely Wants to Return
When legendary director Wes Craven passed away in 2015, the horror genre was forever changed. His final film wound up being 2011's Scream 4, the final installment in a series which saw Craven directing each sequel. With Craven gone, chances of a fifth Scream movie seem a bit unlikely, as filling the shoes of such an icon is extremely difficult for any filmmaker. Still, should a potential Scream 5 ever go into production, you can count on seeing franchise star David Arquette returning to once again play the most loveable cop in Woodsboro.

Speaking in a recent podcast, Arquette recognized the trouble in doing another sequel without Wes Craven at the helm. This echoes what co-star Neve Campbell has previously said about the concept, feeling it might be too difficult to pull off under the creative guidance of someone else. Still, Arquette feels the late director would still be a part of the project in spirit,
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Scream Factory Reveals Special Features for Urban Legend and Urban Legends: Final Cut Blu-rays

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Make sure you check the backseat of your car, because as Scream Factory announced during Comic-Con, they're bringing Urban Legend and Urban Legends: Final Cut to Blu-ray, and now they've revealed the extensive special features for both releases, including a 147-minute documentary, a new audio commentary, a bunch of new interviews, and more!

Press Release: Get ready to face your worst fears this November 20, 2018 when Scream Factory™ unleashes 90’s horror smash hit Urban Legend Collector’s Edition 2-Disc Blu-ray and its suspenseful follow-up Urban Legends: Final Cut Blu-ray. A must-have for loyal fans, movie collectors and horror enthusiasts, Urban Legend Collector’s Edition and Urban Legends: Final Cut contain special bonus content. Pre-order now at

Directed by Jamie Blanks, Urban Legend stars Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club), Alicia Witt (TV’s The Exorcist), Rebecca Gayheart (Jawbreaker), Joshua Jackson (The Affair), Loretta Devine (Grey’s Anatomy), Tara Reid
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From Streams to Screams: It’s Slasher Madness Time! 31 Splatter-riffic Movies That Are Currently Streaming

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Monday got you feeling down, readers? I can relate. And you know what is one of the things guaranteed to turn my mood around? Slasher movies. I love every subgenre of horror, but there’s something about slashers that takes me to my horrifically happy place. With that in mind, I’ve gone ahead and put together this list of 31 slasher movies that are streaming for free on a variety of platforms, including Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, Shudder (whose selection of slashers was *chef’s kiss*), and Tubi TV. Oh, and I just had to include Scream 4 on here because it is one of my chosen hills of horror that I will die on until I take my very last breath.

So, if you’re looking to slice and dice your way through the month of October, these 31 movies might help. Slash on, everyone!

Into the Dark: The Body (Available
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Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi & Nico Tortorella To Host MTV’s ‘Just Tattoo Of Us’ Based On Int’l Format

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Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi & Nico Tortorella To Host MTV’s ‘Just Tattoo Of Us’ Based On Int’l Format
Jersey Shore star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Younger’s Nico Tortorella have been tapped to host the U.S. version of Just Tattoo of Us, based on the hit MTV international format.

Produced by Big Fish Entertainment, Just Tattoo of Us puts relationships through the ultimate experiment of trust by asking pairs of friends, family members and couples to design tattoos for each other that won’t be revealed until after they’ve been permanently inked. Led by Polizzi and Tortorella, and with the help of some of the most creative and talented tattoo artists in the industry, the series will follow the blindfolded duos as they learn the stories behind the tattoo designs that are now on their bodies. MTV announced the greenlight for the U.S. version in April.

Just Tattoo of Us is the second MTV International-originated format to be localized by MTV in the U.S.
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Live Nation Productions Sets Matthew Stein, Ryan Kroft For TV & Film Development Posts

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Exclusive: Live Nation Productions president of Film And Television Production Heather Parry has hired producer/executive Matthew Stein to be head of Scripted Development And Production and Emmy-winning producer Ryan Kroft to head Unscripted Development And Production. Both will report to Parry.

Formed in 2015 to extend the Live Nation brand, the production company has been ramping up with music-driven projects. Upcoming is the Bradley Cooper-directed A Star Is Born with Lady Gaga, and the Wiz Khalifa, French Montana and Kyle Harvey-starrer The After Party. This comes after the docu Believer, about Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds’ exploration of the relationship to how the church ostracizes Lgbtq members to the high rate of suicide among them; the Lady Gaga docu Gaga: Five Foot Two; the Sean Diddy Combs docu Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story; and the Colin Hanks-directed docu Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis,
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More new behind-the-scenes images from ‘Scream 4′ & Casting Update

Ok, so I have several behind-the-scenes images from Wes Craven’s Scream 4, thanks to that features Neve Campbell and David Arquette. There’s also a rumor going that Matthew Lillard might pop up in the film since he was seen having dinner with the Campbell who was on a break from shooting. Get your Scream …

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Neve Campbell Not Ruling Out A Return To The Scream Franchise

Scream‘s Sydney Prescott is easily one of the great Final Girls in the horror genre. What made her stand out above the pack was Neve Campbell’s stellar performance, as the actress carved her character out into a strong, three-dimensional person. What’s more, she managed to get through all four movies in the series still standing.

The last time Campbell played Sydney was back in 2011’s Scream 4, whose underwhelming box office take and reception ended up scuppering plans for a revived trilogy. But would the actress consider returning to the franchise for a fifth film? Campbell was promoting her latest project, Skyscraper, while talking with Kinowetter when the topic of Scream inevitably came up. She said that she thinks it would be hard to do another without the involvement of the late, great Wes Craven, but stopped short of ruling out the possibility.

“Well, ya know, I think it would be challenging…
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Neve Campbell Talks Being Typecast as a Horror Actress After ‘Scream’ and Leaving Hollywood Behind

Neve Campbell Talks Being Typecast as a Horror Actress After ‘Scream’ and Leaving Hollywood Behind
Neve Campbell was one of the hottest actresses in the late ’90s, leading Wes Craven’s Scream franchise as heroine Sidney Prescott and further cementing her status as a ’90s icon with The Craft and “Party of Five.” But aside from reprising the role of Sidney in 2011’s Scream 4, Campbell wasn’t exactly a staple of post-’90s Hollywood… […]
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