Since there has been an uprising in films made about “popular” true crime cases, there have been popular actors and actresses casted to portray these people.
From “Dracula” (1931) to “Twilight” (2008), the image of vampires changed on our television screens throughout the decades. In the early stories, vampires were ghoulish monsters with fangs that appeared to look like the undead, but now modern-day vampires are portrayed as normal human beings. They are pale and mysterious to the human eye.
We horror and paranormal enthusiasts have a love affair with ghosts and haunted houses, and no author has quenched our lust for these stories quite like Shirley Jackson. American author, Shirley Jackson, was well known as a master of horror and mystery, over the duration of her writing career, with two decades of short stories, six novels, and two memoirs. This includes “The Haunting of Hill House” (1959), published by Viking Press.
The 1979 novel “Flowers in the Attic” is one of those books that people either love or mock, and I, the obnoxious fence-sitter, cannot even begin to pick a side there. I guess, I enjoy it? I’m not planning to throw out my copy of it any time soon. But, I also agree with a lot of the criticisms people have of it.
The movie is complex, as it’s based on the novel “All Things Cease To Appear” (2016) by Elizabeth Brundage. Brundage even received screenwriting credit. “Things Heard And Seen” (2021) is filled with ideas from the life of the spiritual Swedenborg, as well as George Inness, an influential American artist.
After two years, fans of “Dying Light” (2015) finally have an update on Techland’s follow-up to the first-person, open world action, survival game.
Emphasizing the “true story” element communicates to the audience that the events on-screen were real, and that they happened to real people. However, a single Google search on the Warrens complicates the supposed historicity of their exploits.
On May 7, 2021, Capcom released the eighth installment of their popular series, “Resident Evil.” The game, titled “Resident Evil Village,” centers around Ethan Winters, the same playable character from “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard” (2017).
In his darkest role since “Donnie Darko,” Jake Gyllenhall goes method for his portrayal of a man who’s dark tendencies, which may stem from an unspecified mental illness, turn even darker as he tries to get a job filming horrific accidents.
Saint Maud follows the life of a pious and demure hospice nurse, Maud, as she takes care of Amanda Khöl, a dancer, choreographer, and “minor celebrity,” with stage four lymphoma of the spine.