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Can ‘Insidious: Chapter 3? Course-Correct The Franchise?

Genres / Horror : Bloody-Disgusting Horror News

When Insidious was released back in 2011, it marked the resurgence of low budget horror after a decade of big budget remakes and other (lazy) major studio horror films. The film was such a success (both critically and commercially),...

'Left Behind' Trailer: Nicolas Cage Doesn't Get Raptured

Entertainment / Film : ScreenCrave

Though Hollywood isn’t afraid of religious narratives (this year will bring big budget movies about Noah and Moses), there’s a subset of the genre that’s long existed, but usually only filmed by low budget filmmakers. These films fo...

NY Governor Touts ‘Spider-Man 2? As State’s Biggest Film Production Ever

Industries / Entertainment Industry : Deadline Hollywood

Hollywood studios rarely disclose lots of details about spending plans for their big budget productions. But Sony is making an exception for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to help New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo build his case for the producti...

‘Monsters’ Director Gareth Edwards’ Next Movie is Being Pitched as “A Robot Star Wars”, First Details Revealed

Entertainment / Film : SlashFilm

British director Gareth Edwards burst onto the scene with the low budget science fiction film Monsters, catching the eye of everyone in Hollywood. He landed the job to direct [1] a new Godzilla movie for Legendary Pictures, which is...

Many of this year's Oscar nominees spotlight struggling working-class heroes

Business & Finance : Money & Co

We’ve seen “The Grapes of Wrath,” “Slumdog Millionaire” and even the poverty of this season’s “Mudbound,” films in which the main characters struggle simply to survive financially. But Hollywood rarely shines a more nuanced light on...

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