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Karyn Kusama is a director that everyone here at The Playlist absolutely adores. From her incredible debut with “Girl Fight” back in 2000 to her grossly underrated “The Invitation,” we just love everything she puts her unique twist on. Yes, even “Jenni…

It’s Halloween, and film fans may be trying to figure out what movies to watch to celebrate the occasion. Well, lucky for us, some of the best filmmakers in the world have revealed their favorite horror film moments and it provides a pretty great list …

Movie producer Jason Blum rightly found himself in the doghouse yesterday after he asserted, in an interview with Polygon, that his horror giant Blumhouse has never hired a female director because “there are not a lot of female directors, period, and e…

Jason Blum is a name that is brought up time and time again when people are talking about the most prolific and profitable producers in the film industry. Maybe only behind someone like Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige, Blum and his Blumhouse Productions ha…

Nicole Kidman has been on a roll lately with her choice of projects. The Oscar winner (“The Hours“) was nominated for a fourth time in 2017 for her work in “Lion.” Most recently, she won a Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy award…

TELLURIDE – There have been few films in recent memory that flip a switch like Karyn Kusama’s “Destroyer” does. Honestly, there are moments during the first half of this dramatic thriller where the clunky direction threatens to unravel the …

One of the most highly-anticipated films coming to this year’s Toronto International Film Festival is the latest from director Karyn Kusama, titled “Destroyer.” The film comes on the heels of Kusama’s last film, the incredible thriller “The Invitation….

As if there wasn’t enough to be excited about at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, it looks like the 2018 Platform lineup looks to be pretty spectacular. With films from Karyn Kusama, Alex Ross Perry, Tim Sutton, and Carol Morley, to nam…

If you’re hungry for more, and better roles, for women, you’re probably already obsessed with Diablo Cody. The same screenwriter who gave us iconic lines like Juno MacGuff’s “I’m calling to procure a hasty abortion” and Mavis Gary’s “Life, here I come,…