In the Dark Film News
Before The Exorcist, there was The Bad Seed, Mervyn LeRoy’s 1956 film—based on William March’s National Book Award–nominated novel of the same name—that launched the evil-child subgenre in horror.
Rainn Wilson stars as Everett Backstrom, a surly police detective inspired by Leif GW Persson’s unforgettable character.
The titular spirit has returned both in print and on the big screen in Tom Harper’s recent visually stunning movie adaptation.
In honor of “Noirvember,” we’re revisiting three of the most popular representatives of the film noir canon, and the fictional works they are based on.
Stephen King’s bestselling novel has been newly adapted for the big screen and is coming to movie theaters everywhere this October.
Based on Cogan’s Trade by George V. Higgins, Killing Them Softly is the story of the devastating fallout that occurs when the local criminal economy collapses.
Good Morning, Killer is now a TNT original movie, set to debut on December 13th as part of TNT’s Mystery Movie Night. Get an early look at the movie and watch exclusive video with author April Smith.
When April Smith wrote this amazing behind-the-scenes look at the making of Good Morning, Killer into a TNT original movie, we knew we had to share it with Weekly Lizard readers.
There was no shortage of coy smiles at the Dexter panel held at San Diego Comic-Con. The assembled panelists were cheerfully tight-lipped about the season’s major developments, but we did glean a few key details.
For an insider’s perspective on the translation of Aurelio Zen books to film, we went to Michael Dibdin’s longtime paperback editor, Edward Kastenmeier.