How ‘Us’ Sound Designers Got Under The Skin With Naturalistic Approach To Horror Pic — Deadline

Following his collaboration with Jordan Peele on the Oscar-winning Get Out, supervising sound editor Trevor Gates reteamed with the director on Us, an altogether different kind of horror film, centered on terrifying doppelgängers of Peele’s invention. Following the Wilsons—a family whose vacation in Santa Cruz goes terribly awry, when their doppelgängers arrive to confront them—the…

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[News] The 5th Annual Ax Wound Film Festival Opens Its Doors This Weekend — Nightmarish Conjurings

Courtesy of AWFFNeed a cure for your post-spooky-season blues? The Ax Wound Film Festival (AWFF)—now in its fifth year—is ushering in more scares deep into the Fall 2019 season. Spend Friday evening, November 15th and all-day Saturday, November 16th at the Hooker-Dunham Theater & Gallery in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont with some of the most riveting…

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Bloody, Funny, Terrifying: Women In Horror Share The Movies That Still Keep Them Up At Night

Most of us can name at least one horror movie moment that shook us to our core. For me, it’s an early scene from The Ring, when a mother (Lindsay Frost) finds her daughter (Amber Tamblyn) — having watched the “killer videotape” exactly one week prior — horrifically unrecognizable; her face twisted and paralyzed in a scream. The moment left me facing my own biggest fear: The idea that without warning, something so horrible and shocking could happen to someone you loved. The mother’s horror was suddenly mine.

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