"Could a Bread Slicer Actually Cut Through a Human Head?" Inside the Nastiest Kill in 'Fear Street'

It’s been several weeks since Fear Street: 1994 hit Netflix, and we still can’t shake one of the new horror film’s most gruesome moments. It’s a wholly original kill in a genre where offing a character with real ingenuity is never easy. Director Leigh Janiak and her team did just that, though, and they did it with a bread slicer. For cinematographer Caleb Heymann and sound

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New film explores weirdest, most prolific band you’ve never heard of

The Sparks Brothers ★★★★M, 141 minutes Long ago, when dinosaurs ruled the earth, the rock and pop landscapes were different. Odd was not so odd as it is now. Groups like Devo and the B-52’s were huge, and even the screaming British lads with horrible haircuts wore five-inch heels and make-up. Sparks have always stood out as premier league weird.Credit:Anna

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Here's All 10 Marvel Films and TV Shows in 2021 (Photos)

The MCU calendar is shuffling again, but at least it’s back on Disney+ After 18 months off, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is back in full swing with its first two Disney+ series “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.” The hugely popular franchise took an unexpected hiatus thanks to the coronavirus pandemic shutting down both production and movie theaters,

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Daily Podcast: Zack Snyder's Bonkers Plan for More Justice League Films, Disney's Theatrical Release Plans, and More

On the March 18, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Disney’s approach to its upcoming theatrical releases, a new Elmore Leonard show, Matthew McConaughey’s return to television, and Zack Snyder’s bonkers plan for more

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Los Angeles Film Permits Increased 43% in February, FilmLA Report Says

But production shoots are still down 40% from normal levels After a February in which the vaccination process picked up and COVID-19 infections dropped, FilmLA reports that it received 777 film permits for movie, TV and commercial shoots in Los Angeles County, a 43% increase from January. While filming in the county is still 40% below normal levels, it’s an

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Alamo Drafthouse Has Filed for Bankruptcy, But Only a Few Locations Will Be Closing

It’s no secret that the coronavirus pandemic has been hitting the movie theater industry hard. Sadly, one of the best movie theater chains around has filed for bankruptcy and will soon be under partially new ownership. The Texas-based movie theater chain Alamo Drafthouse announced that they have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as part of an asset purchase agreement with

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'Aliens: Fireteam' Trailer Reveals Cooperative Video Game Shooter Set in the 'Alien' Universe

In space, no one can hear you game. Aliens: Fireteam is a new third-person survival shooter that allows players to blast away at some Xenomorphs, and you can watch a loud trailer for the game below. The cooperative game is headed to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Steam this summer, and while it doesn’t look like it’s going to be

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