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Doug Jones - The CFQ Interview

Doug Jones – The CFQ Interview

Doug Jones (HELLBOY’s Abe Sapien; FALLING SKIES Cochise) discusses his diverse career in fantastic film as we kick off the second season of our interview podcast.

I Am Number Four review

I Am Number Four review

I AM NUMBER FOUR (February 18, 20100). Directed by: D.J. Caruso. Written by: Alfred Gough & Miles Millar and Marti Noxon, based on the novel by James Frey & Jobie Hughes. Cast & Characters:

Number Four/John Smith – Alex Pettyfer
Henri – Timothy Olyphant
Number Six – Teresa Palmer
Sarah – Dianna Agron
Sam – Callan McAuliffe
Mogadorian Commander – Kevin Durand

Horror Filmmakers & Authors Pick Their Favorite Horror Movies

Last month, we ran a list of the American Film Institute’s nominees for the best Fantasy and Science-Fiction Films of all time. Many readers were angry over the exclusion of horror from the genres under consideration; some were unhappy about certain titles that made or did not make it onto the A.F.I.’s lists; a few were [...]

Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) – Film Review

Guillermo Del Toro’s fantasy-horror-war film, set in the war-torn Spain of 1944, is an obvious attempt to follow-up his previous THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE, which also set supernatural elements in the context of the Spanish Civil War. The film is beautiful and frequently moving, but it cannot quite match the heights of its predecessor, due to [...]