A classic from a director who’s spent a career looking at the things that live under America’s beds… and filming them as they come screaming out of the darkness with a chainsaw.
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The night that ancient esoteric ceremonies, insidious mass media, and ghastly bodily transformations are brought together.
Paranormal Activity took the most generic location possible, a suburban house, and wrung it for the maximum amount of tension it could create. Chernobyl Diaries took a setting full of inherent creepiness and made the event so predictable that it los…
I was expecting Frederick Wiseman’s cinema verite masterpiece for this column. Imagine my surprise when I was served up John Stalberg Jr.’s sophomoric High School, instead.
Martha’s Wainwright’s third album comes a moment where her life is becoming uncharted. Lucky for us, she’s a Wainwright, so she had no problem talking about those changes, including motherhood, death, and naked pictures.