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TOM SIX – Interview

Written by Giulio De Gaetano

Tom Six

Tom Six was the winner of the Ravenna Nightmare Film Festival 2009. With his THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE he realized a deliberately aseptic and weird film. You can read the discussion below, and some preview about his next movie, the complete human sequence … a centipede shaped by twelve bodies.

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STEVEN GOLDMANN – Interview

Written by Giulio De Gaetano

Steven Goldmann

This interview underlines one of the most touched dilemmas: how is it possible that some works, proclaimed through all the underground, moved along thanks to the rumors done by fans, found out as cult-movies, can find no distributors in Italy? Steven Goldmann worked on a transposition from an american comic-books series (Trailer Park of Terror), a sort of Tales from the Crypt, redneck debased. Unfortunately this film is under the “untouchable” category in Italy so fit out with patience and try to see this in english language, it’s worth it. From the words of the director it’s possible to feel his energy: gags, jokes but also a serious cross section of the America where he works. Let Steven speak.

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(Italiano) JEKYLL/HIDE – Luca Ruocco

Written by Giulio De Gaetano

Un ragazzo ha la testa poggiata sul ventre di una donna con le labbra macchiate di sangue e la timbrica di voce che varia continuamente, ella lo spinge ad uccidere qualcuno. Una ragazza stacca minuziosamente frammenti di corteccia d’albero e, in un luogo fuori dal tempo, strane creature banchettano intorno a un tavolo. Ulteriore tassello incastonato dal team DoppioSenso Unico, insieme a Alma [Gotica] e Dracula, dipinto con la solita aria sognante cesellata da atomi di fiaba dark.

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KITCHEN SINK – Alison Maclean

Written by Tony Northrup

One of the things I love about films is black & white. When a movie is filmed in black and white, there is just something about it that makes it have a whole different feel about it. Especially if it’s a horror film or suspense/thriller. The film KITCHEN SINK, is filmed this way and it works. It is about a woman who is cleaning her house. Floor, counter, dishes, and of course, the kitchen sink. As she is cleaning it, she discovers a hair. A black, stringy, nasty clump of hair. She doesn’t understand how or why it’s there, but it just is. She begins to pull on it and it keeps coming out more and more.

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PARADOX – Jeremy Haccoun

Written by Mariangela Celiberti

There is nothing I like better then a good story. However, more then that, a good story with a really good twist at the end and that’s just what you’ll get when you watch Paradox. Paradox is a Short Independent film written & directed by Jeremy Haccoun.

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PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 – Tod Williams

Written by Tony Northrup

I have spoken many times (especially this month), on all the different types of Horror films. One of the types I think I love the most is what I call; “It could really happen” catagory.

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PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3 – Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman

Written by Tony Northrup

When it comes to horror films, I have a 3 Step Rule. It’s simple: SCARE ME! There’s Step 1: the quick “jump” scare which means they just made a loud sound to cheaply scare you, Step 2: the “jump back in your seat scare” which means they flash something out of nowhere & get you that way, or Step 3: A scene or scare SO scary you actually say “something” out loud. Well, PA3 did ALL of these. However, I wasn’t 100% satisfied and let me tell you why.

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PORTAL: NO ESCAPE – Dan Trachtenberg

Written by Tony Northrup

This is a short film about a young woman who awakens in a prison cell. There is nothing around her but four solid walls, a mirror, a bed, and markings on the wall of how many days she or someone before her have been there. She has on a hospital gown with blood on it. By smashing the mirror, she can use the piece of mirror to see on her neck/back area what & where that blood is coming from. She knows she has to escape. She knows she can’t take it any longer.

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RIVER’S EDGE – Tim Hunter

Written by Tony Northrup

The 80′s hadplenty of teenage films, almost all were sex comedies and it didn’t take a brain surgeon to figure them out. With the exception of The Breakfast Club, there were very few “serious” or “serious subject” teen films. However, there was one that slipped under the radar. A dark themed film about murder, secrets, lower class America, and how dedicated friends can or can’t be. This film; River’s Edge, had all of that, but also included some powerful performances not just by it’s young cast, but by the legendary great actor; Dennis Hopper.

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SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD – George A. Romero

Written by Tony Northrup

The ‘Living Dead’ films started in 1968 with Night of the Living Dead, it’s 1970′s sequel; Dawn of the Dead was not a bad sequel & a very cool storyline (hell, I’d go to a mall too if all hell broke loose with zombie’s taking over). The third film; Day of the Dead, was not as successful box office wise & critic wise. Romero has said this is his favorite out of the series & the critics slammed it.

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