We spoke with Elijah Wood and director Eugenio Mira about "Grand Piano:" working in real time, playing (or not playing) to an audience, and how the film is an ode to Hitchcock and giallo.
Well, 2013 has come and gone and it was a pretty darned good year for horror, both at the theaters, as well as on TV with more horror television programming than ever and the exponential growth of VOD releases. This year may have just started, but 2014 doesn't show any signs of slowing down in terms of genre offerings.
A few days ago we offered up our best horror films of 2013 -- although truth be told the list was written by me and I'm not the only horror freak at FEARnet -- but we thought it would be helpful to highlight some interesting horror movies on their way in 2014.
Moments before his comeback performance, a concert pianist who suffers from stage fright discovers a note written on his music sheet.
The world-famous genre film festival takes to the road this month to screen several entries from this year's Fantastic Fest. Read on for details!
FEARnet editor in chief Lawrence Raffel along with staffers Alyse Wax, Sarah Shannon, Shock Till You Drop's Ryan Turek, Badass Digest's Brian Collins and Fangoria's Sam Zimmerman took part in a roundtable discussion for Fantastic Fest 2013.
It is not rare to find a director appropriating, or recalling, the stylistic flair of Alfred Hitchcock, Brian De Palma or Dario Argento.