Etiqueta: fright

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Fright club: Brad Pitt’s GQ photoshoot is an embarrassment of pictures

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If I were part of the Hollywood elite, I would spend an inordinate amount of time fretting about which photograph of me they would use during the “in memoriam” segment of the Oscars. Would it show me young and vital? ...

Reseña de El hombre de Dios: miedo y furia en una habitación de hotel de Bangkok

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Un grupo de mujeres se venga del hombre que las agravió: los ojos están arrancados, espadas blandidas, un arma puesta en la parte posterior de su cabeza. Estos escenarios grindhouse explotan en la obra de Anna Ouyang Moench, pero no es K...

Terrifying Women: the trio of ‘horror fiends’ embracing stage fright

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Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Abi Zakarian and Sampira are self-professed horror fiends. All three grew up addicted to ghost stories and gorefests, but as playwrights they have found it frustrating to see the form so often di...

The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock by Edward White review – looking for Mr Fright

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Dickens never recovered from the spooky stories his nurse told him at bedtime, and few of us ever outgrow Hitchcock. He holds us captive by tweaking our anxieties and using cinematic techniques – warped angles of visi...

Stage Fright: Hitchcock thriller makes theatre a crime scene

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Abraham Lincoln’s assassination in his box at the theatre, and the killer’s bid to escape across the stage, is recreated in a whirlwind sequence in DW Griffith’s 1915 epic The Birth of a Nation. The killing of Lincoln...