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John Landis' 'American Werewolf in London' gave horror comedy chops
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Category: Production
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John Landis had trouble getting 'American Werewolf in London' made. But the 1981 film wound up influencing the horror genre and became a classic.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 11/5/13
A Milk Bar Exists in White Plains
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@flavorwire highlights some movie-themed bars from around the world where's it's worth enjoying a libation
Source: flavorwire.com
Added by on 6/20/13
20 Scariest Movies of All Time
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We turn down the lights for cinema's most satisfying shocks -- from ''The Shining'' to ''The Exorcist'' to ''The Ring''
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/8/13
Stanley Kubrick Loved "White Men Can't Jump," Reportedly
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Ever wonder what Stanley Kubrick's favorite films were? "The Jerk" and "White Men Can't Jump" are on this compiled list
Added by on 2/13/13
Top 5 Movie Guide: Tourist-Based Horror Films
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Our latest edition of the Top 5 Movie Guide! This week, with inspiration coming from the recently released "Chernobyl Diaries, we focused our lists on some of our favorite Tourist and Travel Based Horror Films!
Added by on 5/26/12 | Edit | Delete
Rick Baker's 'magic scissors' made monster movie history
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Special makeup effects wizard Rick Baker surprised some Film Festival attendees, by dropping by to answer questions about his prolific career, and carrying an alien head in a garbage bag.
Added by on 5/21/12
John Landis: Monsters in the Movies
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Director John Landis first hit the monster movie scene with his 1971 film Schlock, which he made at the age of 21. Since then, he has been at the helm of monster culture. Here's a conversation with him where he talks about what he learned when making his new Monster book.
Source: www.kcrw.com
Added by on 3/17/12
Paul WS Anderson's Top 10 Monster Movies
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The "Resident Evil" and "Three Musketeers" director talks to @totalfilm about his favorite creature features. Here are his top 10.
Added by on 3/8/12
The Metamorphosis of Movie Monsters
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Director John Landis ("An American Werewolf in London") talks to @wired about how movie monsters have evolved over time
Source: www.wired.com
Added by on 9/27/11
What Movies Scare Scary-Movie Makers?
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The makers of scary movies identify the films that have made them uncomfortable, among them "The Shining" and "The Exorcist."
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 8/19/11
John Landis' 'American Werewolf in London' gave horror comedy chops
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Category: Production
Tagged: An American Werewolf In London
John Landis had trouble getting 'American Werewolf in London' made. But the 1981 film wound up influencing the horror genre and became a classic.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 11/5/13
Rick Baker's 'magic scissors' made monster movie history
Interesting
Special makeup effects wizard Rick Baker surprised some Film Festival attendees, by dropping by to answer questions about his prolific career, and carrying an alien head in a garbage bag.
Added by on 5/21/12
A Milk Bar Exists in White Plains
Interesting
@flavorwire highlights some movie-themed bars from around the world where's it's worth enjoying a libation
Source: flavorwire.com
Added by on 6/20/13
20 Scariest Movies of All Time
Interesting
We turn down the lights for cinema's most satisfying shocks -- from ''The Shining'' to ''The Exorcist'' to ''The Ring''
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/8/13
Stanley Kubrick Loved "White Men Can't Jump," Reportedly
Interesting
Ever wonder what Stanley Kubrick's favorite films were? "The Jerk" and "White Men Can't Jump" are on this compiled list
Added by on 2/13/13
Top 5 Movie Guide: Tourist-Based Horror Films
Interesting
Our latest edition of the Top 5 Movie Guide! This week, with inspiration coming from the recently released "Chernobyl Diaries, we focused our lists on some of our favorite Tourist and Travel Based Horror Films!
Added by on 5/26/12 | Edit | Delete
John Landis: Monsters in the Movies
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Director John Landis first hit the monster movie scene with his 1971 film Schlock, which he made at the age of 21. Since then, he has been at the helm of monster culture. Here's a conversation with him where he talks about what he learned when making his new Monster book.
Source: www.kcrw.com
Added by on 3/17/12
Paul WS Anderson's Top 10 Monster Movies
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The "Resident Evil" and "Three Musketeers" director talks to @totalfilm about his favorite creature features. Here are his top 10.
Added by on 3/8/12
The Metamorphosis of Movie Monsters
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Director John Landis ("An American Werewolf in London") talks to @wired about how movie monsters have evolved over time
Source: www.wired.com
Added by on 9/27/11
What Movies Scare Scary-Movie Makers?
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The makers of scary movies identify the films that have made them uncomfortable, among them "The Shining" and "The Exorcist."
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 8/19/11