The Nineties was very hit or miss with the horror genre, however the hits didn’t just hit; they smashed! What was your favourite horror film from the Nineties? Did it make our list? The Best Horror Films Of The Nineties — Dead In The Web
When did women first direct films? If you type these words in your search engine, you’ll see this year pop up: 1896 and the name Alice Guy-Blaché (1873-1968). In her filmmaking career that spanned over two decades, Alice Guy had written, directed, or produced more than a thousand films in France and later in America. […] … Continue reading Women Direct Films — Ripple Effects
Fogg is a genius – but he is also a highly rehearsed sociopath who will do anything to satisfy his need to experience, to feel, something, anything, even if it is through the pain of his victims. In his world, there is only what he wants – no one else matters. Dr. Maggie O’Shea is … Continue reading FOGG: Diary Of A Sociopath
Nashville-based Movie City Films develops, finances, produces and distributes feature films. The Company was born out of a business plan by founder Kelly Frey, based upon years of knowledge gained in representing screenwriters, producers, and indie production companies as legal and business consultant and serving as President of one of the top ten film festivals in … Continue reading MOVIE CITY FILMS
Pre-production has begun for the upcoming series THE HAUNTED. Producers are forced to face their fears while staying at Haunted locations to choose music and record sound effects for a horror film. The first episode will be released in late September 2021 in order to promote the October release of “The Novel Haunting.” […] HAUNTED – … Continue reading THE HAUNTED – New Series by Virmedius
While I may have grown out of trick-or-treating, I can still have fun on Halloween. And what better way to do it than by watching a good horror movie. And in case you’re looking for some recommendations, what better time to revisit my Phenomenal 5: The Horror Classics edition. The horror genre goes way back […] … Continue reading A Halloween Revisit: 5 Phenomenal Horror Movie Classics — Keith & the Movies
Picked up a copy of the old Pelican paperback Film Makers on Film Making. Essays and the like by Edwin S. Porter, D.W. Griffith, Chaplin, Stroheim, Vertov, Cocteau, Resnais, etc. But Luis Bunuel is the guy who actually blows the roof off. By comparison, everyone else seems to be on their best behaviour. I think […] … Continue reading Bunuelian — shadowplay
Dragging another bit of Halloween mess out of the archives… 1. If you have stupidly stored an important item in a basement where the light flickers, you just need to forget about it and buy a new one. 2. If the hotel clerk hands you the registration book for you to sign, and the page […] … Continue reading 40 Important Life Lessons We’ve Learned from Horror Movies — Bonnywood Manor
Don’t Hate The Player, Hate The Game Suspense – A group of people have been kidnapped and forced to play a game: every hour, they must vote for a player to be eliminated from the game – and that player is killed. What will each person do to win? Twelve people of various race and … Continue reading The Odds 2: Execution Game
Horror: – A group of friends attempts to escape the city after an outbreak of demon-possessions plunges society into chaos. The friends seek shelter in an abandoned warehouse, but their plans for escape are ruined when one of them becomes possessed, and they are forced to search for a solution.
Looking for a movie to put you in the Halloween Spirit? Here are our Top Halloween Movie Picks. Family Halloween Movies Hocus Pocus 137 more words 29 Best Halloween Movies — Virmedius
The Field of Screens has come to Franklin, or at least one screen has. The Production company responsible for producing arena tours has put their resources to good use by creating Franklin’s only Drive In movie Theater. 125 more words The Field At Franklin – Drive In Theater — Virmedius
This year the Nashville Film Festival will be a virtual film festival. You can now see all 200+ Titles that will be shown this year on… 56 more words Nashville Film Festival — Virmedius
FALL FESTIVAL at THE HERMITAGE – FREE October 3 – 4 – http://www.fallfestatthehermitage.com GENTRY FARMS PUMPKIN PATCH – http://www.gentryfarm.com/fall SHUCKLE’S CORN MAZE & PUMPKIN PATCH – http://www.shucklescornmaze.com BOO AT THE ZOO – http://www.nashvillezoo.org/ CHEEKWOOD HARVEST – http://www.cheekwood.org/calendar/cheekwood-harvest/ HALLOWEEN POOCH PARADE – […] FALL EVENTS IN & AROUND NASHVILLE 2020 — Virmedius
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