“It’s. Never. Easy.”: Thommy Hutson on The Id

The IdThe Id

Thommy Hutson’s new film The Id features a lot of conventions familiar to fans of low-budget horror – limited locations, handheld camerawork, a subjective point of view linked to a protagonist with a fractured psyche – but it stands apart…  Read more

By Oct 25, 2016

Wizard Mode Filmmakers on Why They Went the Digital Distribution Route

Wizard ModeWizard Mode

Directed by Salazar Film (Nathan Drillot and Jeff Petry), the documentary Wizard Mode relates the story of Robert Gagno, a young man with autism who is one of the world’s highest ranking pinball players. Wizard Mode tracks Robert’s rise on the international pinball circuit and his…  Read more

By Oct 21, 2016

“We as Filmmakers Entertain You with Violence”: John McNaughton on Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

Henry: Portrait of a Serial KillerHenry: Portrait of a Serial Killer

The phrase “1980s horror” connotes a certain VHS aisle of franchised faces: Freddy, Jason, Chucky, Michael Myers, Pinhead. Far from that pack, like the anti-social loner of John McNaughton’s 1986 landmark film, we have Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer.…  Read more

By Oct 20, 2016

A Talk with Manchester by the Sea Editor Jennifer Lame

Manchester by the SeaManchester by the Sea

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By Oct 20, 2016

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