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Thriller Headed Back To The Big Screen For A 3D Debut

Horror director John Landis has spilled the beans on his plans for a Thriller, 3D re-release. Landis told the New York Daily News, "there is something happening with Thriller. It is going to reappear in a highly polished and three-dimensional way that is very exciting on the big screen." Hell yes. And they have plans… » 10/07/14 3:47pm 10/07/14 3:47pm

Mix vampires and espionage with tabletop RPG Night's Black Agents

As night falls on Belgrade, you and your team of special agents go on high alert. You've got the gadgetry of Bond and the competence of Bourne, but this is a shadowy international conspiracy you're up against: drug lords, corporate masterminds, bought politicians, crooked Interpol agents, and vampires. The bad kind.… » 1/10/13 9:40am 1/10/13 9:40am

Saturday Webcomic: Propeller is a Hitchcock-inspired thriller—with superpowers

What if one of the schemers of Alfred Hitchcock's movies had superstrength or psychic powers or the ability to keep witnesses from delivering exposition in front of the police? Rex, the central character in Ricardo Mo and Alberto Muriel's webcomic thriller Propeller wears a pair of specially designed bracelets that… » 12/01/12 8:30am 12/01/12 8:30am

In Dario Argento's psychosexual thriller The Stendhal Syndrome, art is a cruel prison

In Italian director Dario Argento's 1996 horror-thriller The Stendhal Syndrome, his own daughter Asia Argento stars as Anna Manni, a detective investigating a series of brutal sex killings in Rome and Florence. So begins perhaps the most awkward take-your-daughter-to-work day in cinema history. » 7/16/11 2:00pm 7/16/11 2:00pm