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Scream All Night: Six Scary Movies for Halloween


trick1What’s Halloween night without scary movies? Sadly, you really can’t depend on television to show any frightful fare worth watching, so it’s good to have a stack of scary stuff on-hand. I’ve picked out six movies from my personal collection and listed them in no particular order for an all-night horror movie marathon – if you’re brave (or foolhardy) enough to stay up to dawn with nothing but werewolves, slashers and zombies for company. Note: I’ve scheduled approximately five minutes of down-time between each film. You’ve got to go to the bathroom at some time. Ready? Let’s get started.

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Star Wars

‘Star Wars’ Origin Films on the Way? What Would You Like to See?


‘Star Wars’ Origin Films on the Way? What Would You Like to See?

Several days ago Disney executive Jay Rasulo appeared at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference, in Beverly Hill to discuss his company’s future. That future can be summed up in two words: Star Wars. Rasulo said that the franchise is going to be a big part of Disney’s plans for [...]

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Development Hell! Five Films You Won’t Be Seeing Anytime Soon


Development Hell! Five Films You Won’t Be Seeing Anytime Soon

You may have heard of development hell: It’s a special limbo that movies sometimes disappear into, normally never be seen again. If you’ve followed promising news of the cinematic adaptation of a favorite novel or comic book, only to see it suddenly disappear off the radar, then you know the pains of development hell.
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Lovecraft Documentary “Fear of the Unknown” Now Free to View Online


If you’re a regular visitor to our sister site Wordsandfilm.com – and I strongly urge you to become so if you’re not – you may have read an article this week on the perennial popularity of H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. Author Tom Blunt described how the gentleman from Providence’s work continues to work it’s mind-wracking [...]

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Sweet Surrender in Adapting Never Let Me Go for the Big Screen


If he were here, one would have to ask the question of Booker Prize-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro (Remains of the Day, The Unconsoled, and more), “What’s a nice high-brow literature author like yourself doing here?” Now, I don’t know exactly how he would respond but my answer is one word long: clones.

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SF & Fantasy

Best Worst Movie: Troll 2 remembered, re-lived, and…revered?


The Movie: Best Worst Movie
The Genre: Documentary
The Verdict: Find it. Watch it. Highly recommended!
The Reasoning: I’m a fool for documentaries and in this age of Netflix streaming (which finally arrived for the Wii), I’ve fed my addiction with frightening regularity. I’ve seen great ones, I’ve seen good ones, and I’ve seen some mind-achingly bad ones. [...]

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Heat Vision launches: get the inside scoop!


Have you seen Heat Vision yet? The recently launched blog is one that any and every science fiction, fantasy, and/or comics movie fan should have bookmarked. I’ll give you a few seconds to bookmark it now. Or subscribe to their RSS feed.
See, here’s the deal: we here on Suvudu attempt to give you news about [...]

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Max Brooks & Zombies on CNN


Zombies have been on a great roll… err… arm-extended shuffle… the last few years.
Multiple Living Dead remakes. 28 Days Later. Shaun of the Dead. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Zombies have once again infiltrated our culture, media and entertainment and are threatening to take over the world one eaten brain at [...]

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