All of the nominees for 2019 Golden Globes in acting are in great movies, but what they’ve done before is worth a watch, too. Here’s a list to get you started.
Cinema Fearité Presents ‘Shadow Of The Vampire’ – The ‘Real’ Story Of The Making Of A Horror Classic
In the years after the writer’s passing, Bram Stoker’s estate was very protective of his intellectual property. So, in 1922, when German expressionist filmmaker F.W. Murnau was denied the rights to do an adaptation of Dracula, he did one anyway – but he had to change the name of his lead character from Count Dracula […]
‘The Florida Project’ Is A Visually Striking Look At Adult Problems Through Childrens’ Eyes
Sean Baker’s follow-up to Tangerine, The Florida Project focuses on imperfect characters with an improvisational yet authentic style.
Cinema Fearité Celebrates Women In Horror Month With Mary Harron’s ‘American Psycho’ – A Mean-Spirited Slasher With A Feminine Gaze
In case you haven’t heard, February is Women in Horror Month. Although generally underrepresented, female filmmakers have made some of the most important (and most enjoyable) horror movies in history, from classics like Amy Holden Jones’ The Slumber Party Massacre and Kathryn Bigelow’s Near Dark to more modern masterpieces such as Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook […]
Cinema Fearité Presents ‘eXistenZ’ – The Last Of David Cronenberg’s Cronenbergian Movies
David Cronenberg successfully transitioned from low-budget sci-fi horror to “legitimate” filmmaking with A History of Violence in 2005. Although Cronenberg is now known as a big Hollywood moviemaker with reputable films like Eastern Promises and A Dangerous Method on his resume, horror fans will always remember the man for his early films, slimy science fiction […]