Tag Archives: Stephen King

A FEW MUST-SEE’S IN CINEMA FOR 2017!

A FEW MUST-SEE’S IN CINEMA FOR 2017!

Some Must See’s for me this year ranging from horror, to reality to fantasy, I’m just dropping trailers of those that apply…

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44 of FUNKALICIOUS’ FAVORITE FILMMAKERS & STORYTELLERS

44 of FUNKALICIOUS’ FAVORITE FILMMAKERS & STORYTELLERS

As I was prepping the blog that will follow this one, it occurred to me that I had yet to create this list.  Although I’ve done items on a few of them, as this outlet and website continues to grow, I wanted to pay homage to those that have shaped, inspired and influenced my view and love for film.

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SEX, BLOOD & VIOLENCE: The Funky Films of BRIAN DePALMA

SEX, BLOOD & VIOLENCE: The Funky Films of BRIAN DePALMA

 

Alfred Hitchcock believed that “In feature films the director is God; in documentary films God is the director.”  If Stephen King is the “Master of Horror” and Alfred Hitchcock is the “Master of Suspense”, Brian DePalma would be the “Master of Thriller” right…  At least that’s how I see it.  While all three can be “Scary”, there’s something about the way the words are spoken, the drama is built up or how it’s shot that gives a cinematic presentation various distinctions.  “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it,” THAT’S SUSPENSE — Hitchcock said that too — I just found that quote after my preceding two sentences.

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Stephen King’s FUNKIN’ HORROR — Joyland The Movie

Stephen King’s FUNKIN’ HORROR — Joyland The Movie

When I first saw a poster for Stephen King’s new book “Joyland” in the subways of New York, I said, ‘Is that a new movie?,’ because of how bold the colors were and the way it’s advertised.  One quickly realizes it’s a poster for his new book at second glance, but it immediately made me wonder — will it be a movie?  A reader of his works and one who’s enjoyed most of the films adapted from his books, I had to investigate.

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