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“Write about the pain and the anger through the prism of horror-movie imagery.”
“Vampires were just make-believe; horror-movie stuff like demons and zombies.”
“Rebecca NicholsonOpening with a horror-movie warning about the dangers of drug abuse think Heath Ledger and Anna Nicole Smith flying at you, this romp through rehab follows the treatment of US celebrities, including model Janice Dickinson and former teen idol Leif Garratt.”
“In close proximity to nothing more than cold, dark mountains and miles of trees and townies, the tiny town is horror-movie material.”
“Just as the show has earned the right to take Jason's pain seriously, it reverts to some easy humor with horror-movie cliches.”
“This is the movie that made George A. Romero on the lips of horror-movie goers everywhere.”
“Hoping it will lead to better things for her career, Thalia agrees to pose as the girlfriend of a former sitcom star and current horror-movie luminary who is down on his romantic luck.”
“Last night somehow turned into a sort of impromptu horror-movie festival.”
“All the same, it was an excursion with plenty of potential for consequences—a fact that was not lost on Ashley, the perpetually fretting horror-movie character whose voice had been in my head since the elevator incident.”
“It's alternating wide and tight shots like this that give the film a slightly horror-movie edge, reminding you of the claustrophobic hellhole that awaits him.”
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