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10 Most Fearsome Films Since 2000

In conjunction with Slant Magazine‘s recent 25 Best Horror Films of the Aughts, to which I contributed three capsule reviews, I hereby submit my original list of the 10 Best, alongside 10 Honorable Mentions. Films under consideration did not by … Continue reading

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Interview: Lucky McKee

“Something of a horror switch-hitter, McKee seems equally at ease with Splat Pack-style extreme gore as he is with more subtle psychological horror.” Read my interview with writer-director Lucky McKee, whose exceptional new movie, The Woman, opened in limited release … Continue reading

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The Woman (Lucky McKee, 2011)

“The Woman is a slow-burning incendiary device, a brutal satire on the sanctity of the nuclear family and its conservative “values.”” Read my review of Lucky McKee’s impressive new film, opening in limited release this Friday, Oct. 14th, at Slant Magazine.

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