Curbed Hamptons reports director Brian de Palma—Scarface, Carrie, The Untouchables—dropped $2.95M on an ultra-charming 3,500-square-foot four bedroom. Photos of the shingled façade, verdurous grounds, and cutie-pants bijoux pool house, right this way.
There are cafés galore in Palma de Mallorca, the cosmopolitan capital of the largest of the Balearic Islands. But which do you choose for your cup of Joe, when it?s time for a break from the city?s excellent shopping or sightseeing? For good barista-made coffee (and perhaps something tasty to go with it) in a-cut-above setting, these [...]Show More Summary
Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "Passion feels like a trashy return to form for Brian De Palma."
By Michael J.W. Stickings Here's a beautiful timelapse video of the sky of La Palma, one of the Canary Islands: "El Cielo de La Palma" es un vídeo en formato "Timelapse" donde se muestran las escenas mas impresionantes de "La Isla Bonita". Show More Summary
The first of Brian De Palma’s ‘Hitchcock-influenced films, Sisters boldly begat a career long obsession with the Master of Suspese, recycling and deconstructing his stories, themes, techniques in a dozen films or so over forty years....Show More Summary
Each of the following films received two votes: 80. Ghost Story -- 1981, John Irvin 79. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark -- 1973, John Newland 78. Dressed to Kill -- 1980, Brian De Palma 77. Fire in the Sky -- 1993, Robert Lieberman The following films received three votes each: 76. Show More Summary
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: As part of our two weeks of Halloween-related content, we offer five days of monster movies. The Undying Monster (1942) Though not as well known as low-budget contemporaries like Edgar G. Show More Summary
Carrie kills me. The 1976 classic movie is really good, and Brian De Palma made it beautiful. I feel this more strongly than ever, having just seen it because the Kimberly Peirce remake that opened Friday––a so–2013 Hollywood production...Show More Summary
We list 10 differences between Kimberly Peirce’s 2013 'Carrie' remake & Brian De Palma's original 1976 movie - based on the 1974 Stephen King novel. The post 10 Differences Between the ‘Carrie’ Remake & Original 1976 Movie appeared first on Screen Rant.
‘Carrie’ retells cult horror tale in post-Newtown era (via AFP) Nearly 40 years after Brian De Palma’s cult horror movie “Carrie” shocked audiences, a new adaptation of Stephen King’s masterpiece tells the story in an America haunted by the Columbine and Newtown massacres. The modern version, released in the United…
I was afraid this remake of the classic Brian de Palma film would be a pointless exercise in cash-grabbing, and I was right. The new "Carrie" is the worst kind of flat, soulless Hollywood product, a paint-by-CGI-numbers remake of the 1970s film that misses its chance to offer a fresh take on Stephen King's great early novel. Show More Summary
When director Kimberly Peirce announced her plans to re-imagine Carrie, fans of the 1976 Brian De Palma film called foul. How dare she remake a horror movie as iconic as this terrifying tale of a bullied teen girl turned telekineticShow More Summary
Somehow, I thought this one had promise: a remake of Carrie, the 1976 Brian De Palma film of Stephen King‘s first novel. Two enticing stars, Chloë Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore, in the roles created by Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie: the telekinetic teen and her crazy evangelist mom. Show More Summary
Apart from an early scene with a cartoonish high school principal, Brian De Palma’s 1976 Carrie is well-nigh perfect — a lyric, Expressionistic horror classic with the greatest female performance (by Sissy Spacek) in genre history and a supporting turn (by Piper Laurie) that’s not too far behind it. (I... More »
LOS ANGELES -- LOS ANGELES (AP) — "You will know her name," scream the posters for the new big-screen version of "Carrie," as if anyone could forget it after seeing Brian De Palma's brilliant 1976 movie or reading the original Stephen...Show More Summary
The original Carrie is not a good movie. I know people claim it's a horror classic and swear it shows director Brian De Palma's genius, but watch it today and tell me if that's how you truly feel. Author Stephen King's concept is good, but the execution is all wrong. Show More Summary
Director Kimberly Peirce’s "Carrie" isn't so much a new adaptation of Stephen King's novel as it is a disappointing copy of Brian De Palma's 1976 horror classic.
Kimberly Peirce's CARRIE is a note-for-note remake of De Palma's film, but the film finds its heart in the characters and in Chloë Grace Moretz's amazing performance. Read the full article on AICN Nordling here. CARRIE is the novel that brought Stephen King to the prom (so to speak), and for many people it is easily one of his most resonant works. Show More Summary
When the pigs' blood spills at the end of Carrie, front and center in the crowd of delighted bullies in that school gymnasium is Norma, the girl who always wears a red baseball cap, even to prom. Norma doesn't just laugh at Carrie, she points and laughs; she hops up... More »
Sony Pictures and MGM will release Boys Don’t Cry director Kimberly Peirce‘s remake of Carrie tomorrow, October 18th. Taking just as many cues from Stephen King’s novella as it does from Brian De Palma’s 1976 film, this new Carrie reflects Peirce’s singular and empathetic take... Read More