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  1. Get Out (Jordan Peele, 2017)

    From the mind of half of Key and Peele--kind of a cross between The Twilight Zone, Key and Peele, and The Stepford Wives: IMDB link. As various sites are pointing out, the turn to horror isn't exactly unexpected [NSFW]:
  2. Welcome to Hitchcock

    Universal Cable Productions Developing Alfred Hitchcock Anthology Series As I said on FB, this is actually the opposite of the Hitchcock style and legacy, at least when it comes to television; the modern "anthology" format is the end-point of a trend toward serialization, whereas Alfred Hitchcock Presents was a "pure" anthology series. I'm also vague about how the Hitchcock brand "fits" here--are they contemplating re-imagining his movies as seasons or are they going to go the Fargo route and set each season in the same "universe" featuring callbacks and so on? Links (probably not exhaustive): Vertigo Notorious North by Northwest The Man Who Knew Too Much Rope Rebecca Suspicion Links to our first, second and third threads on Psycho (1960). Favourite Hitchcocks Hitchcock
  3. Passion

    De Palma appears to be courting accusations of misogyny once again, judging by the provocative first image released for PASSION. See also the plot summary provided at the same link.
  4. D

    There's a new Polanski film on the way, per Deadline: PARIS, FRANCE / LOS ANGELES, CA – May 9 , 2012 — Roman Polanski announced today that his next feature film project will be the political thriller “D,” based on the Dreyfus affair, one of the most sensational political scandals and miscarriages of justice in history. “D” reunites the team behind Polanski’s 2010 award-winning movie The Ghost Writer. Polanski will direct from a screenplay written by Robert Harris, with long-time Polanski collaborators Robert Benmussa and Alain Sarde serving as producers. The independently financed film will begin casting shortly and currently plans to be in production in Paris by the end of this year. Lionsgate/Summit International will represent the film’s international sales. ICM will represent North American rights. “I have long wanted to make a film about the Dreyfus Affair, treating it not as a costume drama but as a spy story,” said Polanski. “In this way one can show its absolute relevance to what is happening in today’s world – the age-old spectacle of the witch-hunt of a minority group, security paranoia, secret military tribunals, out-of-control intelligence agencies, governmental cover-ups, and a rabid press.”
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