Articles about The Silence of the Lambs

Scott Glenn on serial killers, Alan Shepard, and almost ending up on 'Sons Of Anarchy'
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Scott Glenn did a stint in the U.S. Marine Corps and worked as a reporter before it ever occurred to him to try to act. Glenn's first on-camera work was on the small screen, where he continues to pop up on occasion, but he remains best known for film. In addition to having appeared in films like Nashville, Apocalypse Now, Urban Cowboy, The Right Stuff, Silverado, and The Silence Of The Lambs, Glenn recently explored serial killers from the other side of the fence in The Barber
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Added by on 5/21/15
Anthony Heald on 'The Silence Of The Lambs', Boston Public, and head-butting himself
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Anthony Heald worked exclusively in theater for more than a decade before playing character parts in film and television in the mid-'80s. His signature turn as the pompous asylum-keeper Dr. Chilton in "The Silence Of The Lambs" typed Heald in what he calls "sleazeball in a suit" roles, although a long association with David E. Kelley offered more varied opportunities on television, especially as Boston Public's stuffy but sensitive vice principal Scott Guber. He talks about all of those here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 3/12/15
  Why do we love prison movies?
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"Shawshank Redemption." "Chopper." "Starred Up." Something about films set in jails keeps reeling us in
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 9/15/14
Top 10 Darkest Characters In Film [Infographic]
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Everyone loves a hero. But sometimes the most memorable character is the villain. Here is an infographic highlighting 10 of the darkest characters in the history of film.
Source: www.nyfa.edu
Added by on 7/15/14
10 Stupid Mistakes Screenwriters Make | Raindance Film Festival
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It's great that you have finally made the life changing decision to write a screenplay. But stop and consider these basic points before you flush hundreds of hours down the proverbial toilet:
Added by on 3/27/14
I've Been Expecting You, Mr. Bond
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Video: A @NextMovie mashup of the best movie villains of all time; about half are from James Bond films, natch
Added by on 9/3/13
Let There Be Light
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Nerd alert: A cool image gallery and accompanying essay highlighting the use of light in cinema
Source: imgur.com
Added by on 8/29/13
B.S. Report: Breaking down Jodie Foster's Career
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@billsimmons and Wesley Morris try to decide if Jodi Foster's career is overrated. They break down each film she's in and give her a Win or a Loss and then discuss her legacy and whether Glenn Close will be better remembered.
Source: espn.go.com
Added by on 8/18/13
13 Worst Movie Jobs
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Got a case of the Mondays? Movies that remind you your workdays could still be a whole lot worse...
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/25/13
Could Have, Would Have, and Definitely Should Have
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17 actors who turned down what would have likely been career-changing roles, as chosen by @thewrap
Added by on 6/15/13
Scott Glenn on serial killers, Alan Shepard, and almost ending up on 'Sons Of Anarchy'
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Scott Glenn did a stint in the U.S. Marine Corps and worked as a reporter before it ever occurred to him to try to act. Glenn's first on-camera work was on the small screen, where he continues to pop up on occasion, but he remains best known for film. In addition to having appeared in films like Nashville, Apocalypse Now, Urban Cowboy, The Right Stuff, Silverado, and The Silence Of The Lambs, Glenn recently explored serial killers from the other side of the fence in The Barber
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 5/21/15
Anthony Heald on 'The Silence Of The Lambs', Boston Public, and head-butting himself
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Anthony Heald worked exclusively in theater for more than a decade before playing character parts in film and television in the mid-'80s. His signature turn as the pompous asylum-keeper Dr. Chilton in "The Silence Of The Lambs" typed Heald in what he calls "sleazeball in a suit" roles, although a long association with David E. Kelley offered more varied opportunities on television, especially as Boston Public's stuffy but sensitive vice principal Scott Guber. He talks about all of those here.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 3/12/15
  Why do we love prison movies?
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"Shawshank Redemption." "Chopper." "Starred Up." Something about films set in jails keeps reeling us in
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 9/15/14
Top 10 Darkest Characters In Film [Infographic]
Interesting
Everyone loves a hero. But sometimes the most memorable character is the villain. Here is an infographic highlighting 10 of the darkest characters in the history of film.
Source: www.nyfa.edu
Added by on 7/15/14
Let There Be Light
Interesting
Nerd alert: A cool image gallery and accompanying essay highlighting the use of light in cinema
Source: imgur.com
Added by on 8/29/13
B.S. Report: Breaking down Jodie Foster's Career
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@billsimmons and Wesley Morris try to decide if Jodi Foster's career is overrated. They break down each film she's in and give her a Win or a Loss and then discuss her legacy and whether Glenn Close will be better remembered.
Source: espn.go.com
Added by on 8/18/13
13 Worst Movie Jobs
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Got a case of the Mondays? Movies that remind you your workdays could still be a whole lot worse...
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 6/25/13
Could Have, Would Have, and Definitely Should Have
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17 actors who turned down what would have likely been career-changing roles, as chosen by @thewrap
Added by on 6/15/13
10 Stupid Mistakes Screenwriters Make | Raindance Film Festival
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It's great that you have finally made the life changing decision to write a screenplay. But stop and consider these basic points before you flush hundreds of hours down the proverbial toilet:
Added by on 3/27/14