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Argento Classic Suspiria Restored, and a New Classic on the Way

Italian horror maestro Dario Argento greeted a full house of ardent fans at the Salle Buñuel last week, as he introduced the glowing new digital restoration of his classic 1977 film, Suspiria, 30 years (almost to the day) from…

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Fast Times At Ridgemont High

When a twenty-something reporter named Cameron Crowe decided to go back to high school to chronicle what it’s really like, no one thought he’d actually figure it out. Besides serving as the unofficial teenage textbook of the ’80s, his…

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I Know Who Killed Me: Looks Familiar, or Does It?

Like horror movies?  Like disco?  Then check out this wild trailer for I Know Who Killed Me by clicking…here.  We could watch the trailer, but we couldn’t enter the site, maybe you’ll have better luck. If you watched it,…

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If You’d Only Listened, You Wouldn’t Be a Zombie Now

Good communication. It’s important in real life, and it’s even more important in horror movies. Tragically, however, this fact is all too often overlooked by the people in these films. Nine times out of ten, the couple or group…

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The Coen Brothers and Their New Film, “No Country For Old Men”

Posted by Eugene Hernandez / indieWIRE on May 27, 2007 "Being here at this table, with the Coens in Cannes, is like a dream," beamed actor Javier Bardem earlier this week. Well known for his work on Julian Schnabel’s 2000…

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News Roundup: Horror Metal Band Lordi Makes Movie

Warner Brothers is making plans to turn the Skulduggery Pleasant book series into their next Harry Potter-like franchise.  But will audiences go for a skeleton hero whose name isn’t Jack? Lordi, the Finnish horror/metal band who pulled off a…

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Does Bug Translate From Stage Play to Film?

William Friedkin’s Bug hits theaters this weekend, a year after it played the 2006 Cannes Directors Fortnight, a sacrificial box office lamb up against the latest Pirates of the Caribbean adventure.  Reviews have been decidedly mixed, with some calling…

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Shootout Producer’s Diary: The Interviews

Editor’s Note: This is the final post in the Shootout Blog coverage of Cannes 2007 I have slept. Finally. And I feel almost human again. I’ve never been through anything like it and having come out the other side, there’s…

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Deneuve: Cinema is not dead…

Posted by Eugene Hernandez / indieWIRE on May 25, 2007 "Persepolis," the animated Cannes competition entry from France, has stirred awards talk here since the film’s debut earlier this week. On Thursday, leading French actress Catherine Deneuve joined her daughter…

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The Godfather of Gore, H.G. Lewis, and Terror Thursdays

We’re pretty sure that most of you like to kick back and watch a horror movie.  Maybe you watch them on DVD or on AMC’s Fear Friday.  But what if I told you there’s a movie theater — Drafthouse,…

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