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Pet Sematary, Review: Grave errors

Pet Sematary, Review: Grave errors Like most horror films, Pet Sematary begins with a family relocating to a remote house, near a forest, thereby extending an invitation to the supernatural to prepare a proper welcome for them. The only obvious difference is that here the spirits do not reside inside the house, but in a cemetery nearby, though the undead nevertheless float in and wreak havoc on the isolated inmates, as part of their job profile. A few genuine scares towards the end of the sto...

Iconic horror film-maker, of the Living Dead fame, Romero dies at 77

Iconic horror film-maker, of the Living Dead fame, Romero dies at 77 Often called the father or progenitor of the modern zombie movie, American film director George A. Romero has died of lung cancer, in Toronto. He was 77. George A. Romero passed away on Sunday July 16, listening to the score of The Quiet Man, one of his all-time favorite films, with his wife, Suzanne Desrocher Romero, and daughter, Tina Romero at his side. He died peacefully in his sleep. Born in The Bronx, to a Cuban-born ...

Siraj Syed reviews Shut In: Stephen was a happy shut-in, until Tom had to butt-in

Walk-in, run-in, let-in, give-in, turn-in, move-in, sit-in...now comes shut-in. “A shut-in is a person who, due to physical, mental and/or emotional reasons, is not able to leave his or her home. These conditions can cause a person to feel lonely, isolated, sad and cut off from the rest of the world. Sometimes, they do not have family and friends available to visit and spend time with them. They often lack any kind of companionship.” Shut In, the movie, is a generic psychological t...

CANNES FILM SELECTION 'ONE FOR THE ROAD' TO PLAY PFF

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CANNES FILM SELECTION 'ONE FOR THE ROAD' TO PLAY PFF April 7, 2012 Phenom Film Fest 2012 Phenom Film Fest (PFF) will be screening the Stephen King short adaptation "ONE FOR THE ROAD", directed by Paul Ward and produced by cult horror director Tim Sullivan. A sequel to Stephen King's "SALEM'S LOT", the film, starring Reggie Bannister of PHANTASM fame, was accepted into this years CANNES FILM FESTIVAL. In addition, PFF will be screening Tim Sullivan's other festival h...

The Global Film Village: Writing for the Genre World a WGA panel at the AFM

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by Marc Halperin   Stephen Susco, Mick Garris, Larry Cohen, Juliet Snowden and Stiles White photo by Marc Halperin    Writing for the Genre World a WGA panel moderated by Mick Garris( creator/producer: Masters of Horror; writer/director/producer of Riding the Bullet, Fear Itself and many others. Larry Cohen writer; Phone Booth, I, the Jury and writer or director of numerous other genre favorites. Juliet Snowden and Stiles White co-writers of Boogeyman and Knowi...

NEW YORK PREMIERE FILM “THE MIST” RED CARPET PHOTOS OPENS IN THEATERS NOVEMBER 21, 2007

By Maria Esteves - December 8, 2007 The New York premiere film of THE MIST, directed by three time Oscar nominee Frank Darabont, sponsored by Fuji Film and Vault was held at The Ziegfeld Theatre, Monday, November 12, 2007, 7:30 PM. Based on Steven King's short story, THE MIST depicts a cloud of darkness accompanied with monsters looming over a rural community killing it's citizens and the only survivors are trapped in a local food market. The film opens in theaters November 21st. The N...

FILMMAKERS: Showcase your horror film at a haunted hotel!

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Showcase your horror film at a haunted hotel! The Estes Park Film Festival in Colorado is looking for short films in the suspense/horror genre to screen at the Stanley Hotel as part of our second annual event.  Short films in the Suspense/Horror genre will be showcased at the Stanley’s famous Concert Hall on Sunday, September 16th. The Stanley Hotel is famous among film aficionados for its inspirational role in Stephen King's novel "The Shining". Known for its architecture and m...

Estes Park Film Festival Teams With Historic Stanley Hotel

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The Estes Park Film Festival (EPFF) is proud to announce the addition of the historic Stanley Hotel as a screening venue for their second annual event this September 14-16. Independent short films in the Suspense/Horror genre will be showcased at the Stanley’s famous Concert Hall on Sunday, September 16th. The Stanley Hotel is famous among film aficionados for its inspirational role in Stephen King's novel "The Shining". Known for its architecture and magnificent setting, the Stanley Hotel ...
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