The Poughkeepsie Tapes, Why Found Footage is Good, and the Most Disturbing Film I’ve seen.

In 1999 The Blair Witch Project was released (Myrick, Sanchez) a groundbreaking piece of cinema that frightened an entire generation of cinema enthusiasts. The main thing it had going for it was its in depth marketing campaign, arguably making use of the internet for the first time in the history of film, it sported a […]

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Freaks; Empathy and Dwarves

Freaks was developed by Tod Browning as early as 1927, but came into production in 1931, with the legendary director (famous for his work as a horror auteur for his work with Lon Chaney in The Unknown (1927) and Bella Lugosi in arguably the most famous early version of Dracula (1931) Browning pursued his passion […]

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