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Swamp Thing

The Skeleton Key ranks high on the list of 2005's funniest films, bested only by the first two-thirds of Wedding Crashers, all of The Aristocrats, and that part in Stealth when the airplane starts sassing Josh Lucas. Doubtful that was…
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Ghost and the Machine

The Ring, Gore Verbinski's 2002 remake of Hideo Nakata's Ringu, offered sufficient closure that it didn't exactly demand a sequel. The horror lay in wondering why a mysterious videotape kills viewers seven days after they watch it; to a lesser…
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"The writer of a horror film generally has much more fun than the director, cast, and crew," S.F. screenwriter Ehren Kruger reveals in an e-mail interview. "The shoots are often all-nighters, the locations are fog-shrouded and dreary, the cast is…
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Reel World

The Big Knife The lone Hollywood screenwriter (or so one assumes) without a personal tale of abuse and humiliation lives in the heart of the Richmond District. Ehren Kruger, the 26-year-old writer of the thriller Arlington Road, is riding a…
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