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National Board of Review Announces Awards

By John H. Foote The awards race is up and running! The National Board of Review, one of the oldest film awards organizations in America announced their award winners today, two days before the New York Film Critics announce. Green Book won Best Picture, continuing its path towards Oscar. Viggo Mortensen won Best Actor for…

The CRAZY Best Actress Race… So Many Possibilities

By John H. Foote Twelve performances, perhaps thirteen, are being discussed for Best Actress. Only five names will be read, only five performances nominated, with just a single winner, barring a tie as we had in 1968. It is genuinely thrilling to see so many great performances from women, but more to see so many…

Malevolent Architecture: The Real Locations of Horror Movies

By Craig Leask In movies, haunted houses and castles are traditionally isolated locations: perched on stormy hilltops, swampy bayous, or located on vast, overgrown estates, separated from society (or anyone who can offer help to those in peril). A mountainous resort, closed for the winter, requiring a caretaker, lonely empty mansions being investigated or hosting…