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MARCH 22, 2007

Going to Pieces: The Rise & Fall of Slasher Film Clippings

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TV Guide

Entertainment Weekly

MARCH 15, 2007

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Now available on DVD everywhere!

NOVEMBER 11, 2006

Going to Pieces: The Rise & Fall of Slasher Film TRAILER!

Check out the trailer for THINKfilm's DVD release...

NOVEMBER 7, 2006

Going to Pieces: The Rise & Fall of Slasher Film VIDEO CLIPS!!

A taste of the successful doc (courtesy of Bloody-Disgusting.com)

NOVEMBER 9, 2005

Starz Entertainment Group and THINKFilm Team on Slasher Film Documentary

Documentary Will Trace the History, Passion, and Resurgence of Genre

ENGLEWOOD, Colo., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Starz Entertainment Group (SEG) and Independent film distributor THINKFilm announce the start of principal photography on a new film entitled "GOING TO PIECES: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE SLASHER FILM." The film provides a comprehensive and original look at the importance, prominence, and newfound legitimacy of the horror film genre and, more specifically, the sub-genre of the "slasher film." The feature-length documentary will contain an abundance of clips from classic films of the genre, as well as many current hits, and interviews with pre-eminent actors, directors, and producers, many of whom are themselves founders and masters of the genre. The film will be produced by Candy Heart Productions's Rachel Belofsky and Rudy Scalese. The film is based on the book of the same title by Adam Rockoff...


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Featured Interviews

The feature-length documentary contains interviews with pre-eminent actors, directors and producers, special effects masters, composers and experts, many of whom are considered founders and gurus of the genre, including Wes Craven, John Carpenter, Rob Zombie, special effects legend Tom Savini, Stan Winston, Joseph Stefano, and Betsy Palmer, just to name a few.

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