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While having a background in Hollywood productions, the brothers still approach their work with a ”do-it-yourself” attitude and a complete willingness to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty to make their film happen. Their infectious passion has led to them releasing their latest feature under IFC Films and will undoubtedly grant them more great features to come.
Benjamin Roembach-Clark is a production sound mixer based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He uses a Sound Devices 833 mixer/recorder but also uses the Zaxcom mixer/recorders as well. For mics, Ben likes the Sennheiser MKH-50 and the Sanken CS-3e. For wireless he uses Sony UWPs and Zaxcom units as well as Sennheiser G4 wireless for IFB. For lav mics, Ben uses Sanken COS-11. And for timecode he uses Tentacle Sync.
Wylie Stateman (Django Unchained, Godless, Hateful 8), Valerie Deloof (The Sisters Brothers), Mandell Winter (Deadwood: The Movie, Magnificent 7, Meek’s Cutoff) and Don Sylvester (3:10 To Yuma) tell us about how they approach Sound Design for Westerns. From horses & guns to gritty foley & ambiences, we cover it all to make the wide open spaces of the old west come to life with sound.
Demonic oppression was the story of this year’s UK horror film showcase – along with female survivorship, identity differences and the dangers of the internet. Hardy survivors Kim Newman, Anton Bitel and Virginie Selavy explore our latest demons in this roundtable post-mortem.
Demonic conspiracies and satanic possession in
👻 For We Are Many (Lawrie Brewster, Andrew Ionides, Brad Watson, Mitch Wilson, Carlos Omar De Leon, Matthan Harris, Dane Keil, Mark Logan; UK)
👻 Porno (Keola Racela, USA)
👻 Ready or Not (Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, USA)
👻 Daniel Isn’t Real (Adam Egypt Mortimer, USA)
👻 The Black String (Brian Hanson, USA)
The slipperiness of truth and safety online in
👻 Death of a Vlogger (Graham Hughes, UK)
👻 Deadcon (Caryn Waechter, USA)
👻 Ghost Killers vs Bloody Mary (Fabrício Bittar, Brazil)
👻 Halloween Party (Jay Dahl, Canada)
👻 The Drone (Jordan Rubin, USA)
Differences of sexuality, class and gender in
👻 Spiral (Kurtis David Harder, Canada)
👻 The Dark Red (Dan Bush, USA)
👻 Satanic Panic (Chelsea Stardust, USA)
👻 The Wind (Emma Tammi, USA)
👻 Criminal Audition (Samuel Gridley, UK)
👻 Why Don’t You Just Die! (Kirill Sokolov, Russia)
Female survivors in
👻 A Good Woman Is Hard to Find (Abner Pastoll, UK)
👻 Feedback (Pedro C. Alonso, Spain/USA)
Parental angst in
👻 Freaks (Zach Lipovsky, Canada)
👻 The Deeper You Dig (Toby Poser & John Adams, USA)
👻 Knives and Skin (Jennifer Reeder, USA)
The monstrous in
👻 Rabid (Jen & Sylvia Soska, Canada)
👻 Depraved (Larry Fessenden, USA)
Reviewed: On The Rocks
Top 5: Gory Movies
Trivia: Bill Murray Movie Trivia
Sponsored by: Overcast
Horror is a multifaceted gem. So many aspects, angles, and ways to express a message exist within the genre, a multiverse of subgenres and deconstructions. It is perhaps without equal as a style of storytelling. This has been the way for centuries, as long as the darkness crept into our campfire ring. This week on CinemaJaw we let it splatter all over the walls as we cover our Top 5 Gory Movies! Speaking of fresh meat, we also have a much-anticipated review for you, Sophia Coppola’s second collaboration with the great Bill Murray – On The Rocks.
Joining us is a man who knows how to paint a room with blood… no really… he actually does.
John LaFlamboy is a producer and actor, known for The Moleman of Belmont Avenue (2011), Tyler’s New Bike (2008) and The Adventures of Kitty Zombie (2017). He is also the owner/operator of both two of the best haunted house attractions in the midwest – Statesville Haunted Prison, and Hell’s Gate. Both attractions are sadly closed this year due to the pandemic, but John’s been able to catch up on horror movies at least. We talk to Laflamboy about the shutdown, running haunted houses, his theater group, horror, and of course GORE!
Now let’s make those ears bleed!!!
5. The Toxic Avenger
4. Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky
1. Dead Alive
3. The Girl on the Third Floor
2. The Void
In this episode, we chat with the sound team from Muse’s Simulation Theory live concert film featuring Supervising Sound Editor & Sound Designer Gerry Vazquez, Re-recording Mixer Aleks von Korff and Re-recording Mixer James Parnell.
The latest live film coming from Muse, based around the 2019 album, Simulation Theory, was released in select IMAX cinemas on August 17th with digital downloads from Amazon, Google Play and iTunes released on August 21st with a deluxe box-set set to be released on 11th December, featuring a 5.1 DTS Master Audio Blu-Ray, together with an LP, both with audio from the film, paired with a Casette of the film score, which was written by Bellamy himself.
The film was shot in 2019 at the O² Arena concerts, on 14th and the 15th September 2019.
The movie follows a team of scientists investigating the source of an unknown paranormal anomaly, spreading across the globe. The center of the anomaly is in London and appears to be at Muses stage. One of the scientists, known as Murphy touches the simulation theory arcade game and is electrocuted. He breaks the fabric of his reality and breaks into our own, standing alone out on the stage. He is soon pulled back, but shortly after is ”bitten” by a phantom of a Muse Dancer. He then starts transforming into a monster after being infected by a mysterious pathogen.
På vilket avstånd går det att höra en man skrika? Hur kontrolleras om en inspelning är äkta? Till vilken grad kan bedragare imitera och komma undan med ett brott? Och hur unika är våra röstavtryck?
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For hundreds of years, composers have been using a specific four-note melody to evoke death. It’s appeared in dozens of famous movies, and you probably never even realized it. But once you hear it, you’ll start noticing it everywhere. Featuring musicologist Alex Ludwig and Strong Songs Host Kirk Hamilton.
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