He’s back, and he’s got a scary new ’do: “Josef” (Mark Duplass), title character of 2014 cult horror movie Creep, returns to torment a freshly plucked-from-Craigslist victim in Creep 2. Even if you’ve sworn off found-footage horror, the Creep series has so much nerve-jangling fun with the genre that you really should…
Leave it to the Duplass Brothers, Mark and Jay, to take a seemingly simple concept—talking animals in New York City—and shape it into something that’s worthy of HBO. The show is called Animals, it premieres February 5, and the twisted trailer is here.
Mark Duplass and first-time director Patrick Brice co-wrote and co-star in Creep, a psychological thriller about a videographer who’s hired to document a dying man’s life for his yet-to-be-born child. Or so he thinks, until the man’s behavior starts to get ever-more erratic and terrifying.
Mad scientists have existed since the beginning of cinema, and The Lazarus Effect has zero problem borrowing from earlier films. It also snatches crumbs from The Exorcist and Paranormal Activity, among others. But! It's got an unusually good cast, fast pacing, and some decent frights.
We really enjoyed the trailer for The Lazarus Effect. It's got a handful of our favorite actors messing around with mad science and things they shouldn't be, conjuring up all sorts of problems. Watch.
Ignore the creepy eyes of Mark Duplass and Elizabeth Moss staring at you from the poster, and The One I Love will seem, from its first few minutes, to be a typical talky movie about a squabbling couple. But no, oh no. It's much weirder (and better) than that.
During Hollywood's golden era, it was common for a picture (they called 'em pictures back then) to be based on a popular stage play. It still happens, but rarely. The biggest and most visible movies are based on comic books these days (they called 'em graphic novels back then, they'll say of us) but maybe we're about…