‘Halloween Kills’ carves out $50.4 million at box office | National

By LINDSEY BAHR AP Film Writer “Halloween Kills” may be available to watch at home, but the latest installment in the Michael Myers saga is making a killing at the North American box office in its first weekend in theaters. The David Gordon Green-directed horror scared up $50.4 million from 3,705 locations, according to studio … Read more

‘The Batman’ revs up with a spectacular trailer: Who’s who in the movie? | Film and Television

The new trailer from The Batman has revolutionized the weekend. Has crossed the horizon as if it were a hunting supersonic and has rumbled to the foundations of Twitter. Warner Bros. has waited for the fervor of No time to die and Dune will subside to raise the hype from the fans with a breakthrough … Read more

Indie Film: The history of these Maine locales are fit for horror films

The horrors that happened on Malaga Island make it a prime locale for a scary film. Photo courtesy of Peter Roberts Maine is scary. Stephen King knows it. Anyone waking up to the year’s first blizzard with a broken snowblower knows it. And moviemakers know it – even if Maine’s baffling refusal to pass filming … Read more

Irish film is having a Hollywood moment

THE IRISH FILM industry is having a big, big year – but it won’t be able to capitalise on its success if it doesn’t get enough funding from the government. That was the message at today’s launch by the Irish Film Board (IFB), as it outlined the many Irish films set to hit the screens … Read more

The Citizen | Film review: ‘The Dark House’ (2020), the other side of terror

By Wladimyr Valdivia Westphal. Following its preview at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, David Bruckner presents his fourth feature film as a solo director and the first of more commercial characteristics, after his great debut with ‘The Signal’ (2007), followed by ‘The Ritual’ (2017) and ‘Paranormal Demons’ (2018), three correct exponents of independent terror that … Read more

‘Inglorious Basterds’: these are six facts that perhaps you did not know about the film released twelve years ago | Quentin Tarantino | Movies | Curiosities | EC Stories | Stories | revtli | ANSWERS

How can they match Adolfo Hitler, the power of cinema and Brad Pitt? Maybe only in one film from Quentin Tarantino. Released on October 8, 2009, ‘Inglorious Bastards‘It has been 12 years since it was enjoyed in Peru, but worldwide it is still considered one of the director’s best films. But we wonder,what secrets does … Read more

Scream While You Stream Our top 6 film picks for the Halloween season

BJ Quin NetflixCandy Man 1992Intrigued by local legends, Helen investigates the myths and superstitions surrounding the one-armed Candyman. However, she confronts her worst nightmare when a series of murders start taking place. In recent months you may have heard the name Candyman flying about. Don’t be alarmed, you haven’t traveled back in time; Nia DaCosta’s … Read more

Hollywood Strike Resolved With New TV & Film Contract for Stage Workers

IATSE and AMPTP have reached an agreement that will see an increase in various benefits for union members and avoid an industry-wide strike. A deal has been struck between TV & Film stage workers and the major studios to avoid a strike just a day before the deadline was set to expire. The International Alliance … Read more