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    Tech Support: Makeup artist Howard Berger on fleshing out 'Hitchcock'

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013

    The previous winner could claim his second Oscar this year
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    'American Hustle,' 'Bad Grandpa' and 'The Lone Ranger' among Oscar makeup and hairstyling finalists

    Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Dec 14, 2013

    'The Hobbit' and 'Rush' fail to make the cut
  • Night of the Creeps - Blu-ray Disc

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009

    Virtually unnoticed during its brief theatrical run, this wildly entertaining horror-comedy achieved healthy cult status following its home-video and cable TV releases. The directorial debut of Fred Dekker (writer of the successful horror parody House), this low-budget effort throws alien monsters, axe-wielding killers, flesh-eating zombies, nudity, and (gasp!) drunken fraternity shenanigans into a blender, spiced with witty one-liners and references to dozens of horror classics (and anti-classics). The result is a satisfying treat that will tickle the tastebuds of horror fans. The film's nominal protagonists are a pair of randy fraternity pledges (Jason Lively, Steve Marshall) who open a literal can of worms when they steal a corpse from the campus medical facility and release a horde of space-leeches, which proceed to infest the bodies of everyone in sight. The host bodies subsequently become homicidal zombies with a penchant for popping in on unsuspecting (and undressing) sorority girls. The town's only hope (such as it is) seems to be a hard-boiled ex-cop (Tom Atkins), who has uncovered the secret link between the zombie invasion and a 30-year-old axe-murder case... and who's also several sandwiches shy of a picnic. Dekker keeps things moving at a brisk pace thanks to some outrageous set-pieces (some of which happen so quickly they'll have viewers reaching for the pause button) and clever dialogue, particularly for Atkins ("Girls, the good news is your dates are here; the bad news is, they're dead"), who dives into his crusty character with relish. ~ Cavett Binion, All Movie Guide
  • Night of the Creeps - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009

    Virtually unnoticed during its brief theatrical run, this wildly entertaining horror-comedy achieved healthy cult status following its home-video and cable TV releases. The directorial debut of Fred Dekker (writer of the successful horror parody House), this low-budget effort throws alien monsters, axe-wielding killers, flesh-eating zombies, nudity, and (gasp!) drunken fraternity shenanigans into a blender, spiced with witty one-liners and references to dozens of horror classics (and anti-classics). The result is a satisfying treat that will tickle the tastebuds of horror fans. The film's nominal protagonists are a pair of randy fraternity pledges (Jason Lively, Steve Marshall) who open a literal can of worms when they steal a corpse from the campus medical facility and release a horde of space-leeches, which proceed to infest the bodies of everyone in sight. The host bodies subsequently become homicidal zombies with a penchant for popping in on unsuspecting (and undressing) sorority girls. The town's only hope (such as it is) seems to be a hard-boiled ex-cop (Tom Atkins), who has uncovered the secret link between the zombie invasion and a 30-year-old axe-murder case... and who's also several sandwiches shy of a picnic. Dekker keeps things moving at a brisk pace thanks to some outrageous set-pieces (some of which happen so quickly they'll have viewers reaching for the pause button) and clever dialogue, particularly for Atkins ("Girls, the good news is your dates are here; the bad news is, they're dead"), who dives into his crusty character with relish. ~ Cavett Binion, All Movie Guide
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    Oscar Guide: 2013: Best Makeup and Hairstyling

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Feb 8, 2013

    'Hitchcock,' 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' and 'Les Misérables' square off
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    Tech Support: Makeup and Hairstyling Oscar race features 'Rush,' 'The Butler' and... 'Bad Grandpa?'

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Nov 21, 2013

    Nothing's a sure thing in this year's stacked race
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    Review: Eli Roth's 'Green Inferno' delivers plenty of sick cannibal kicks

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Sep 8, 2013

    Is South America the land of the free for genre directors right now?
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    Roundup: Anne Hathaway to be honored by Costume Designers' Guild

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Dec 21, 2012

    Also: Foreign-language shortlist looms, and potential whisper-campaign victims
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    Anthony Hopkins cuts a mean profile as Alfred 'Hitchcock'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 18, 2012

    "Good evening."
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    Oscars: HitFix's interviews with the nominees

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013

    Revisit their thoughts on the films that brought them here
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