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The Last House on the Left (movie, 2009)

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  • Audio/Q&A: 'Cheap Thrills' star Sara Paxton isn't easily disgusted

    Audio/Q&A: 'Cheap Thrills' star Sara Paxton isn't easily disgusted
    Opening Friday, "Cheap Thrills" is filled with disturbing behavior as Craig (Chicago native Pat Healy) and his old friend Vince (Ethan Embry) earn cash in a series of escalating games overseen by a wealthy couple (David Koechner, Sara Paxton). Yet the film's most quietly unsettling moments might be the expressions on Violet's (Paxton) face as she watches what these guys are willing to do for money. She's never horrified; rather, Paxton ("The Innkeepers," "The Last House on the Left") gives Violet a spectrum of cold delight, blankly enjoying others' suffering and descent without entirely lacking a moral center. (She loves puppies. Though who doesn't?)
  • Connecticut's Hollywood Treatment: State Has Been A Backdrop And Star In Movies

    Connecticut's Hollywood Treatment: State Has Been A Backdrop And Star In Movies
    Hollywood has spent some time in Connecticut over the years. Some big box-office hits have been filmed here. Some flops have, too. But what has Connecticut looked like to movie goers? Some movies shot and set here take a jaundiced look at Connecticut....

    'Carrie': Why do horror remakes defy the genre's renaissance?

    'Carrie': Why do horror remakes defy the genre's renaissance?
    Ten months into the moviegoing year, and many of the most lucrative surprises at the box office are cut of the horror cloth: “The Conjuring” ($137 million), “Insidious Chapter 2” ($81 million), “Mama” ($71 million)....

    AFM: Samuel L. Jackson Joins John Cusack in Stephen King's 'Cell'

    Samuel L. Jackson has come on board to co-star with John Cusack in the apocalyptic thriller "Cell," based on the novel by Stephen King. International Film Trust will be presenting the project to buyers at the American Film Market this week. Paradigm...

    Cannes Film Review: 'Nothing Bad Can Happen'

    In a Cannes flush with onscreen unpleasantries including multiple rapes, severed limbs and genital mutilations, no film was more deserving of a special Palme d'Horreur than the ironically titled "Nothing Bad Can Happen," whose Jesus-loving protag takes...