In highschool, I took it upon myself to learn how to enjoy scream-y music. It started innocently(?) enough with slightly-abrasive-but-still-pretty-tame Linkin Park, and moved on to Refused and Underoath, and somehow, Cap'n Jazz. It was a lot of work, but tracks like Deafheaven's Dream House make it all worth while.
Low-budget science fiction and fantasy movies rule. While mega-blockbusters crank out the same familiar stories, including a parade of sequels and remakes, a low-budget film can take crazy risks and tell an original story. But sometimes, low-budget movies can get just as obsessed with chasing fads and copying each…
Dream House is one of those rare movies that proves a work of art can be worse than the sum of its parts. Of course, the parts of Dream House aren't very good to begin with: half supernatural haunting story, and half psychological whodunit, it's a Frankenmovie that can't figure out what to do with the story it has…
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have a problem: Their house is haunted, or the murderer from I Know What You Did Last Summer wants to kill them. We're not sure. Either way these clips from the horror flick Dream House are trying their damndest to be scary. So, are they?
When a "haunted house" movie stars Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, and Naomi Watts and is directed by My Left Foot's Jim Sheridan, you can expect more than just your standard old horror movie. But exactly what is going on here?
Screw the 6,000-square-foot Central Park duplex, the $100 million house in South Kensington, or the 17th-century apartment with views to Notre Dame. I want the Fish House. Property porn doesn't go more luscious than this.
Best plan: A two-mast schooner to go live around the world. Second best plan: A house like Universe, in Roca Blanca, Mexico. And neoprene suits, surf boards, and diving gear. OK, and a two-mast schooner too. Come in and chill: