The Girl Next Door
Ever wonder how much a script changes between its original form and what we see on theater screens or DVD? Now, thanks to Cargo Cult Press and MODERNCINÉ's Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door: Movie Omnibus, you can see exactly what was different in Dan Farrands and Philip Nutman's screenplay versus director Gregory Wilson's cinematic version. And a whole lot more as well!
Check out your list of DVDs both good and bad come Tuesday, December 2nd, 2007...
We just got the full line up of all the feature films playing this year's New York Horror Film Festival! Check it out below and be sure to visit the fest's official site for all the details you could ever need! Alone Directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom Starring Masha Wattanapanich Thailand Los Angeles, California Running Time - 1hour 28 minutes Friday, October 26th 7:00pm
The other day we did a story letting you know about all the kickass guests and badass bands that’ll be featured at this year’s Rock and Shock in Worcester, MA. One thing we didn’t mention, though, was all the movies that are playing as well!
With the recent news that Moderncine has completed production on their adaptation of Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door, some have been wondering what the status is on the other film based on the same true story, the Tommy (Ella Enchanted) O’Haver-helmed The Ba
It's got to be a good time to be Jack Ketchum. The Lost (review) turned out to be a very faithful adaptation of his book and a great film to boot. The Girl Next Door has finished filming and by all accounts is sticking closely to the unsettling and provocative source material. So what's next on the adaptation block?
Since 1989 Jack Ketchum's book The Girl Next Door has been sending shivers of repulsion up the spines of genre readers. The film version is set to start lensing next month in New Jersey, and Fangoria got word today on some casting news.
After years of suffering in turnaround and slipping through the hands of those who didn’t have the balls to see the film made as it should be, ModernCine has finally nabbed the rights to Jack Ketchum’s seminal novel, The Girl Next Door and plans to roll on the film right away.
Screenplay by Daniel Farrands and Philip Nutman From the novel by Jack Ketchum Draft date: 2003/2004 Shocked, appalled, moved, numbed, awed, distressed. It's a morass of conflicting emotions and feelings careening round one's mind and body once they delve into Jack Ketchum’s dark representations of the uncanny and horrible truth of the world that we all inhabit.
I first heard Jack Ketchum's name mentioned through the grapevine in the late nineties. Veteran horror readers were speaking in hushed tones about a little book called The Girl Next Door, describing it as "the most disturbing novel ever written." I scoured the Internet and every used bookstor