Brock Swinson

“Silent Films Don’t Lean On The Crutch Of Dialogue” Bryan Woods & Scott Beck Talk ‘A Quiet Place’

“Silent Films Don’t Lean On The Crutch Of Dialogue” Bryan Woods & Scott Beck Talk ‘A Quiet Place’

Filmmakers Scott Beck & Bryan Woods first met as sixth-graders in their hometown of Bettendorf, Iowa. ​Beck & Woods’ most recent film on the big screen is Paramount Pictures’ A Quiet Place, based on their original screenplay. The critically acclaimed box-office smash stars Emily Blunt alongside John Krasinski, who also directed.   The duo is in […]

 Jeff York

Jordan Peele’s New Horror Film “Us” Is Scary Good Fun

Jordan Peele’s New Horror Film “Us” Is Scary Good Fun

The goal of most horror films is to scare the ever-loving shite out of you. But effective horror needs to be seen, not watched, through the hands covering your eyes. That’s an ideal that Jordan Peele understands very well. His horror sensibilities lean towards the accessible. Sure, his Oscar-winning script for Get Out had edge-of-your-seat […]

 Jeff York

Gaspar Noe Explores Losing Control in the Horrifying “Climax”

Gaspar Noe Explores Losing Control in the Horrifying “Climax”

Gaspar Noe’s films tend to focus on people involved in the most physical of acts. Enter the Void showcased out-of-body experiences, Irreversible dealt with rape and violence, and Love was all about erotic gesticulations. Now with his latest film Climax, Noe’s added another entry to his cinema du corps (cinema of the body). This time, […]

 Jim

5 Tips To Write Stronger Horror Screenplays

5 Tips To Write Stronger Horror Screenplays

by Aaron Pope. Fright flicks have been around since the beginning of film. Many a great career has been born from these gory and ghoulish movies, and while low budgets are the lifeblood of the horror genre. Theatrically released terrorfests can often prove to be the David to the studio tentpole Goliath. Don’t believe me? […]

 John Russo

Legendary Horror Filmmaker John Russo Discusses His Films

Legendary Horror Filmmaker John Russo Discusses His Films

No need to check your calendars. It’s not yet October. Horror screenwriter, John Russo who put Night Of The Living Dead in every horror movie fan’s library, talks to Creative Screenwriting Magazine about his career, his movies and gives some simple advice to horror filmmakers. How do feel about being branded a “master of horror” […]