A Celebration of Musical Moments in Non-Musical Films

Because who doesn't love a good impromptu song and dance number? As a fan of musicals, who is also a huge fan of movies (but I'm sure I've made that clear by now), there's nothing that warms my heart more than an unexpected musical number in a non-musical film. Whether this is simply one character … Continue reading A Celebration of Musical Moments in Non-Musical Films

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Interview with Film and TV Composer David Norland

The My Dinner with HervĂ© Composer Shares His Experience Working on Such an Intense Project Full Article British composer David Norland has worked on a lot of interesting films and television series in the past, often creating music alongside director Sacha Gervasi (Hitchcock, November Criminals). The two are longtime friends, so it was only logical … Continue reading Interview with Film and TV Composer David Norland

How Music Serves a Story

I interviewed film and television composer Adam Dorn, who most recently scored the Robin Williams biopic and new Showtime docu-series Enemies Full Article One thing I've learned as an up and coming film writer (film journalist? film news writer? what am I honestly) is that once you've done a couple interviews, suddenly everyone is emailing … Continue reading How Music Serves a Story

Interview with ‘Into the Dark’ Production Designer Cecil Gentry

I got an email a couple weeks ago from someone with the new Hulu series Into the Dark asking if I would be interested in interviewing the show's production designer Cecil Gentry about the first episode, "The Body". I of course accepted, and ended up having one of the best discussions I've ever had for … Continue reading Interview with ‘Into the Dark’ Production Designer Cecil Gentry

‘Happy Death Day’ is Officially Getting a Sequel

Let's Do the Time (Loop) Again For those of you who were just as pleasantly surprised by 2017's Happy Death Day -- which for all appearances could have been awful -- good news! Blumhouse Productions and director Christopher Landon have announced that the sequel to the time-loop horror comedy is officially coming next February, on … Continue reading ‘Happy Death Day’ is Officially Getting a Sequel

Paramount’s New Film ‘Body Cam’ Merges Horror with Socio-Political Relevance

Full Article Lately, horror films have contained more and more socio-political relevance as a reflection of our own nation’s current turbulent climate. Movies like Get Out and The First Purge have heavily featured themes like race relations in America and the tensions between law enforcement and the black community.     Obviously, one film mastered … Continue reading Paramount’s New Film ‘Body Cam’ Merges Horror with Socio-Political Relevance

Hulu and Blumhouse TV’s New Series Sets Out to Make Every Holiday a Nightmare

The horror anthology series Into the Dark will feature a different holiday for each chilling episode   https://youtu.be/gKtcYhWSrPQ Full Article Every horror movie fanatic's dream of having spooky content year-round, instead of just between the months of September and October, is finally coming true. As for whether or not this new series will be incredibly … Continue reading Hulu and Blumhouse TV’s New Series Sets Out to Make Every Holiday a Nightmare