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Adam Wingard talks Death Note and moving from “mumblegore” to Netflix

Adam Wingard interview first published by VODzilla.co Director Adam Wingard debuted with the ultra-low-budget, Bill Moseley-starring Homesick (shot in 2003 but not premiering till 2007) and ‘acid horror’ Pop Skull (2007). Both were collaborations with E.L. Katz (Cheap Thrills), but his next films – A Horrible Way To Die (2010), You’re Next (2011), The Guest (2014),…

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Creep (2014)

Review first published by Filmland Empire “At the end of the day, this is going to be normal,” declares Josef (Mark Duplass), embracing Aaron (Patrick Brice), whom he has only just met, with a clingy firmness. “This isn’t weird at all.” In response to an ad on Craigslist, amateur videographer and all-round nice guy Aaron…

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You’re Next (2011)

Review first appeared in Sight & Sound, September 2013 Review: “It should be interesting,” says Crispian Davison (A.J. Bowen) to his younger girlfriend Erin (Sharni Vinson) about the first gathering in years of the entire Davison clan. “You’ll see.” Sure enough, tensions abound as underachieving academic Crispian and the other three adult Davison siblings –…

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Black Rock (2012)

Black Rock first published by Film4. Synopsis: Working from a screenplay by mumblecore maverick Mark Duplass, director Katie Aselton pits three women and three men in a regressive struggle for life and death. Review: Three one-time schoolfriends – Sarah (Kate Bosworth), Abby (Katie Aselton) and Lou (Lake Bell) – revisit Black Rock, an island haunt of their…

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Black Rock (2012)

Black Rock review first published by EyeforFilm. “We are all dying. That’s the truth. We have no idea what’s gonna happen. We could be hit by a bus… but there are no buses on that island, so we can go out there and be safe from buses.” The speaker, Sarah (Kate Bosworth), wants to mend a…