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The Never-ending Nightmare

In 1984 horror auteur Wes Craven launched one of the most iconic horror franchises with A Nightmare on Elm Street. With excessive amounts of blood and an unconventional killer, the first Nightmare became an icon of the slasher sub-genre with Freddy Kruger being held up as one of the most celebrated villains of the style. 1,450 more words


T2-06 Re-visiting my favorite fears

I know the title of this article/entry is kind of odd. Revisiting my favorite fears, it’s like I’m going through a scrapbook of my most hated photos from my adolescence. 826 more words


Film Noir – The Lady From Shanghai

‘Give my love to the sunrise.’

Rita Hayworth says this to a distant Orson Welles in the final scene of The Lady From Shanghai. Welles understood. 522 more words



Just a short narrative I did for a final last semester. Didn’t turn out exactly how I’d wanted it but I worked very hard on making it as perfect as it could be.

New York


Well folks, it’s been quite a Summer of Blockbusters. We’ve seen some great ones, some mediocre ones, and some downright upsetting ones. This week, I’m bringing you one that’s not technically a blockbuster, but a great summertime movie with a blockbuster cast. 396 more words



Melancholia by Lars von Trier is one of my favorite movies. I was absolutely blown away by the cinematography the first time I saw it. It was simply unlike anything I had ever seen before. 612 more words


Evil Dead TV Series

Sam Raimi has revealed that he is currently developing at TV series based upon the cult phenomenon The Evil Dead.

You can read the full details here.