[Review] It Follows Is a Classical Horror Masterpiece.

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We spoke with This House co-writers and executive producers Robby Rackleff, Alan Resnick, and Dina Kelberman—all of whom played multiple roles in its creation alongside fellow ABV members Ben O’Brien and Cricket Arrison, with Resnick making a cameo and serving as director, cinematographer, co-editor, and effects supervisor, Rackleff co-editing and co-starring as the family’s father, and Kelberman providing web design—about the video(s), the site(s), the superfans, and the reason suburban families provide such fertile territory for terror.

ROBBY RACKLEFF: Better than we expected. By far. But the biggest surprise was the depths which people were willing to plumb to find meaning in the show. The people who visited the website and went through it all uncovered a lot of information that we assumed was too hidden.  The mini-game and the website Dina made had just enough secrets that people seemed to feel really rewarded, And they felt like they had enough information to go and construct informed theories on it.

ALAN RESNICK: We started brainstorming ideas almost immediately after Unedited Footage of a Bear aired. We kept thinking about that 4am audience.

We spoke with This House co-writers and executive producers Robby Rackleff, Alan Resnick, and Dina Kelberman—all of whom played multiple roles in its creation alongside fellow ABV members Ben O’Brien and Cricket Arrison, with Resnick making a cameo and serving as director, cinematographer, co-editor, and effects supervisor, Rackleff co-editing and co-starring as the family’s father, and Kelberman providing web design—about the video(s), the site(s), the superfans, and the reason suburban families provide such fertile territory for terror.

ROBBY RACKLEFF: Better than we expected. By far. But the biggest surprise was the depths which people were willing to plumb to find meaning in the show. The people who visited the website and went through it all uncovered a lot of information that we assumed was too hidden.  The mini-game and the website Dina made had just enough secrets that people seemed to feel really rewarded, And they felt like they had enough information to go and construct informed theories on it.

ALAN RESNICK: We started brainstorming ideas almost immediately after Unedited Footage of a Bear aired. We kept thinking about that 4am audience.

John Carpenter’s mind-bending ’90s film In The Mouth Of Madness is rarely given much respect by critics or attention by the masses – yet the cult psychological-chiller is among the most ingenious creature features of the past 50 years.

With the 20th anniversary of its US release taking place next month, Mark Butler gives ten reasons why the outlandish movie is a true horror masterpiece.

The great HP Lovecraft has rarely had his style and vision of hideous, unfathomable beings from beyond our reality translated into worthy cinematic offerings. But In The Mouth Of Madness may be the strongest movie attempt at a Lovecraftian story yet. The moment when the protagonist – and we, the audience – are confronted by ancient monsters attempting to escape into our world, is a hair-raising one.

We spoke with This House co-writers and executive producers Robby Rackleff, Alan Resnick, and Dina Kelberman—all of whom played multiple roles in its creation alongside fellow ABV members Ben O’Brien and Cricket Arrison, with Resnick making a cameo and serving as director, cinematographer, co-editor, and effects supervisor, Rackleff co-editing and co-starring as the family’s father, and Kelberman providing web design—about the video(s), the site(s), the superfans, and the reason suburban families provide such fertile territory for terror.

ROBBY RACKLEFF: Better than we expected. By far. But the biggest surprise was the depths which people were willing to plumb to find meaning in the show. The people who visited the website and went through it all uncovered a lot of information that we assumed was too hidden.  The mini-game and the website Dina made had just enough secrets that people seemed to feel really rewarded, And they felt like they had enough information to go and construct informed theories on it.

ALAN RESNICK: We started brainstorming ideas almost immediately after Unedited Footage of a Bear aired. We kept thinking about that 4am audience.

John Carpenter’s mind-bending ’90s film In The Mouth Of Madness is rarely given much respect by critics or attention by the masses – yet the cult psychological-chiller is among the most ingenious creature features of the past 50 years.

With the 20th anniversary of its US release taking place next month, Mark Butler gives ten reasons why the outlandish movie is a true horror masterpiece.

The great HP Lovecraft has rarely had his style and vision of hideous, unfathomable beings from beyond our reality translated into worthy cinematic offerings. But In The Mouth Of Madness may be the strongest movie attempt at a Lovecraftian story yet. The moment when the protagonist – and we, the audience – are confronted by ancient monsters attempting to escape into our world, is a hair-raising one.

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British movie actor Peter Cushing became a legendary icon of horror playing Baron Von Frankenstein in 1957’s timeless classic The Curse of Frankenstein.



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