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Daily Archives: September 16, 2017

After making one of–if not the–most influential horror film of all time, where’s a director to go from there? Tobe Hooper, who passed away on August 27, seemed to spend the rest of his career pondering just that question. After 1974’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre–Hooper’s first narrative feature film–changed the horror genre forever onscreen, it seemed the rest of his… Read more »

16 September 2017 | Features, Film Lists

If there is one truly astounding quality about cinema, it is its inherently relative nature. For one individual, a particular film can hold immeasurable significance, moving them to cry, laugh, drown in nostalgia, or feel a range of other various emotions, whereas for another that same specific film will not resonate nearly as powerfully. As a medium, film can be… Read more »

16 September 2017 | Features, Film Lists