Christopher Griffiths and Gary Smart wax nostalgic for the movies that made us like no other duo of filmmakers. While celebrational, their retrospective approach isn’t just through the lens of rose-coloured glasses. Instead, it’s often objective, not shying away from controversies or general negativities associated with the making of certain classics, and their latest effort, […]
Most horror fans will agree, especially those of the ‘Elm Street’ variety, that listening to Robert Englund talk is strange cinematic comfort food. Now, after a fifty-year career on the big screen, the man they call ‘Freddy’ looks back on his accomplishments in the Screambox original documentary, Hollywood Dreams & Nightmares: The Robert Englund Story.
Much like the members of Derry’s own ‘Losers Club’, I had my first counter with Pennywise the Dancing Clown at around 12. I remember a classmate telling me about a movie in which a clown is seen gnawing on a child’s torn-off arm, beneath the street, down in a dark and murky sewer. No scene