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Ghosts in the Same World – Audrey Hepburn and the Secret People

Released during a successful run of comedies that included the classics The Man in the White Suit and The Lavender Hill Mob, 1952’s Secret...

Anywhere Special You Want to Go? – The Making of Chicago Joe and the Showgirl

Despite having been born in London in 1966, Kiefer Sutherland had spent most of his childhood in Los Angeles and Toronto. The son of...

What Fresh Lunacy is This? – Ken Russell and the Making of The Devils

In the small commune of Loudun, France, in 1634, accusations from the local nuns against the ruling priest Father Grandier of having possessed them...

Poisoning the Steps of Babel – Exploring the Horror of Dawn of Ashes

Heavy metal and horror have enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship, ever since Black Sabbath shocked and disgusted audiences with their provocative lyrics, uncompromising...

Murder! Wet Off the Press – The Making of The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog

To many, including the director himself, 1927′s The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog was Alfred Hitchcock’s first true movie. He had directed two...

Where Are They Now? – Misery Loves Co.

Possibly due to the success of Nine Inch Nails and Ministry, the mid-1990s saw a rise in popularity of industrial metal. Along with the...

It’s All Unreal – When KISS Met the Phantom of the Park

By 1978, KISS were arguably one of the biggest rock groups in the world. Having released three Platinum-selling albums, launched a variety of merchandise...

It Wasn’t Quite Fresh Enough! – H.P. Lovecraft and the Writing of Herbert West – Reanimator

If there was a story that Lovecraft fans were eager to see on the big screen, Herbert West – Reanimator was not it. Published...