More stories

  • in

    ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’, the newest entry in the franchise, releases its first trailer

    One of the most recognizable entries in legendary actor Charlton Heston’s filmography was 1968’s Planet of the Apes. The success of the movie spawned a franchise exploring the world presented, a franchise that continued on even after Heston’s departure from it. With the last entry coming in 2001, many film fans were wary when news […] More

  • in

    Greatest TV Pilots: Felicity

    J.J. Abrams knows how to write a pilot, and it all started here with Felicity, the story of a girl who decides to chuck her dad’s life plan of Stanford and medical school, all in order to go to New York and make her own decisions. That’s right, before Hannah Horvath sat in a restaurant to be told she was getting cut off by her parents, Felicity Porter suffered the same fate, and was the original NYC gal trying on her own to become an artist—except dealing with it much younger, and much less nakedly (it’s perfectly quaint now to watch the scene where Felicity’s RA walks in on her on—oh my gosh—her nightgown!). More

  • in

    The 2000’s: A Vital Decade in Horror Cinema (pt 2)

      Special Mention: The Fake Trailers from Grindhouse (2007, USA): The four fake trailers featured in the otherwise disappointing Robert Rodriguez/Quentin Tarantino double-feature: Machete by Robert Rodriguez, Werewolf Women of the SS by Rob Zombie, Thanksgiving by Eli Roth and Don’t by Edgar Wright-are all very entertaining trips down horror/exploitation film memory lane and are […] More

  • in

    100 Greatest Horror Movies (pt.5): 50-26

    Throughout the month of October, Editor-in-Chief and resident Horror expert Ricky D, will be posting a list of his favorite Horror films of all time. The list will be posted in six parts. Click here to see every entry. As with all lists, this is personal and nobody will agree with every choice – and […] More

  • in

    ‘Headhunters’ not only merits a remake, it’s all but inevitable.

    Headhunters  Directed by Morten Tyldum Written by Lars Gudmestad, Jo Nesbø, and Ulf Ryberg Norway, 2011 While American politicians abjectly deride the Scandinavians for being ‘pinko commies’, Hollywood has been taking notice of their considerable cinematic talent, finding every opportunity to import some of their best films for American remakes. David Fincher’s The Girl with […] More

  • in

    ‘Let Me In’ vs. ‘Let The Right One In’

    Let Me In Directed by Matt Reeves vs. Let The Right One In Directed by Tomas Alfredson Even in a pop culture landscape littered with the bloodthirsty undead, Let The Right One In stood out as a poignant coming of age story as well as a bone-chilling horror film. The haunting mediation on the difficult […] More

  • in

    Matt Reeves Adds Another Project To Direct

    So how many films is Matt Reeves directing? In the past two months the director of the fabulous Let Me In has signed on to direct three new projects (so far). First Reeves reported that he was attached to a film adaptation of the short story 8 O’Clock in the Morning (which was also used […] More

  • in

    Matt Reeves talks ‘Cloverfield 2’

    Matt Reeves has only made two feature films so far but in my opinion, they were both incredible. At only 84 minutes, Cloverfield (his first film), was a lean, mean monster movie that offered a fresh spin on the found footage genre. Employing a pseudo-documentary handheld camera style, director Matt Reeves created a remarkable and […] More

  • Sound On Sight’s Best Films of 2010 – part 3

    #10 – Let Me In Directed by Matt Reeves Based on the best-selling Swedish novel “Let The Right One In” by John Ajvide Lindqvist, and the highly-acclaimed film of the same name, Let Me In is a haunting, provocative thriller and in many ways is better than the original. While originally pegged as their own […] More

  • in

    Best Films of 2010 #9 – ‘Let Me In’

    Let Me In Directed by Matt Reeves Based on the best-selling Swedish novel “Let The Right One In” by John Ajvide Lindqvist, and the highly-acclaimed film of the same name, Let Me In is a haunting, provocative thriller and in many ways is better than the original. While originally pegged as their own vision of […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.