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This supercut of 2014's best shots of cinematography might just leave you with stars in your eyes. Check out what one editor thought was the best of the best after the jump.
In case you didn't already realize, 2014 was a pretty damn good year for crime movies - and for proof of that fact, you need look no further than the latest supercut that has come across our desk.
This week, we're halfway through 2014, and the sounds of the year have made their presence known. I've decided to parse through the year's offerings and find my five favorite scores, the one I've been listening to all year, the ones that both enhance the films they accompany, but also stand on their own wonderfully.
In the film, he’ll play protagonist Richard Dane, a man who kills a burglar in self-defense after his house gets broken into. Even though Dane was clearly the innocent guy, the thief’s father doesn’t see it that way and plans to enact Old Testament-style of revenge. Local cops, federal agents and the Dixie Mafia all have a role to play here.
Deadline reports Memento Films International and Backup Media are financing Mickle’s next project, an adaptation of Cold in July, the 1989 revenge thriller from Joe R. Lansdale, probably best known for writing the source material that gave the world the majesty of Don Coscarelli’s Bubba Ho-Tep.
We're over-saturated with vampire movies. Not only is The Twilight Saga dominating the big screen, but there’s also the shows True Blood and Vampire Diaries, a remake of the movie Fright Night and so much more. Well, in writer-director Jim Mickle’s defense...