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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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You’re Going to Need a Bigger Boat

“Look what your brother did to the door!” — Jim Siedow in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre If you love movies, you probably have a long list of memorable lines from your favorites. If you’re a horror fan, however, it’s a…

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Gus Van Sant Premieres Latest at Cannes, “Paranoid Park”

Posted by Eugene Hernandez / indieWIRE on May 24, 2007 Impressively distinctive is the collaboration between director and actor in Gus Van Sant’s latest, "Paranoid Park." Adapted from Blake Nelson’s young adult novel of the same name, the film is…

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Horror Surfer: The New Michael Myers Interview

Things of interest found on the web today: Michael Myers from Rob Zombie’s remake of "Halloween" has something to say. Like American Idol, but not for the faint of heart. Robert Kurtzman, director of "Wishmaster" and the upcoming film "The…

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The Frankenstein Concept: An Idea Ripe for Parody

The next on air presentation of DVD_TV is Young Frankenstein, Sunday, June 10 @ 8P | 7C, and stay tuned for the enhanced version at 10:15P | 9:15C. During the cold summer of 1816 – known as ‘The Year…

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“Diving Bell and the Butterfly” Gets Awards Buzz at Cannes

Posted by Eugene Hernandez / indieWIRE on May 24, 2007 The latest film from Julian Schnabel has had audiences buzzing here this week, many saying it is the front-runner for the Palme d’Or for best picture, which is awarded by…

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Day Watch: The Universal Language of Screams

What to make of Day Watch?  The trailer is full of epic swordplay and cars driving on the sides of buildings action movie style (see it here: Day Watch Trailer), but from having  seen Night Watch (the first part) we…

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