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Jordan Peele on how Rosemary's Baby inspired Get Out

I don't think it would be a surprise to anyone out there that has seen writer-director Jordan Peele's horror-thriller GET OUT that the film was inspired by the novel THE STEPFORD WIVES by Ira Levin. But what about ROSEMARY'S BABY ? I always tended to compare GET OUT to ROSEMARY'S BABY for the utter panic it caused in Peele's ability to hide the...
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11.22.2017
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Face-Off: Rosemary's Baby vs. The Stepford Wives

This weekend will see the release of comedian Jordan Peele's feature directorial debut GET OUT, a horror film that currently has a 100% fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes. In interviews - including ours - Peele has mentioned 1968's ROSEMARY'S BABY and THE STEPFORD WIVES from 1975 as inspiration for GET OUT, and given that both of those films are adaptations of novels written by Ira Levin and...
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02.22.2017
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Face-Off: The Stepford Wives Vs. Invasion of the Body Snatchers '78

It seemed that we were all on the same Chucky page with our last Face-Off , agreeing that Child's Play 2 was the better sequel over Child's Play 3. Nicely played! Today's Face-Off comes at you courtesy of being inspired by Edgar Wright's closing chapter in the Cornetto Trilogy, The World's End, which has a bit of an "evil double of people" spin to it. Plus, I'm working in a bit of a...
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08.19.2013
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Top 10 Horror/Sci-Fi movie Robots!

Y'all pumped for ELYSIUM this weekend? I know I am. Not only because it's Neill Blomkamp's much anticipated DISTRICT 9 follow up, but also for the legit-looking trailers and solid word of mouth the film has received so far (make sure to peep the Arrow's review to see what I mean). Mr. Matt Damon looks mighty badass in his steely exoskeleton and braided Navajo rattail, don't he...with that...
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08.09.2013
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