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Lost (and Found) in Paradise—A Perfect Getaway

As the writer of screenplays like The Fugitive, Waterworld and Warlock, David Twohy has proven he knows his way around genre. As a writer/director of his own films, he’s been less successful. For every Pitch Black, there’s a The Chronicles of Riddick. He’s a bit exasperating, but he’s usually interesting. But with his latest flick, [...]

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Rachel Grubb—Can’t wait to work

I last spoke with actress/writer/director Rachel Grubb about a year ago. At that point, she’d just formed a female-centric production company, Silent-But-Deadly Productions, with her friend Brooke Lemke. She had also started work on a project titled Why Am I in a Box? In honor of Women in Horror Recognition Month, I recently checked in [...]

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Doing Time With Rolfe Kanefsky #0

Filmmaker Rolfe Kanefsky is a survivor. Since making his first feature at 20 years old in 1989, he has worked his way through the labyrinthine mazes of Hollywood, writing and directing 15 of his own films and penning several more for others to lens. Not content with that, he’s recently started producing projects for himself [...]

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Jennifer’s Body

I know I said you wouldn’t read about most mainstream horror releases here, but Jennifer’s Body isn’t most mainstream horror releases. I was curious to see how a teen horror movie directed by Karyn Kusama (Girlfight) and written by Diablo Cody (Juno) would turn out. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Kusama’s Girlfight but let’s [...]

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