While actress Jamie Lee Curtis independently became a “scream queen” through her role as Laurie Strode in the Halloween franchise, she also comes by her title through heredity. In 1960, Curtis’ mother Janet Leigh delivered one of the most iconic onscreen shrieks of all time as Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho…
Jamie Lee Curtis is a horror icon, thanks to movies like Halloween—but she doesn’t feel any special connection to the genre, she told us when we caught up to her at San Diego Comic-Con. Although she did say she’s looking forward to turning some of the genre conventions on their heads.
Titled The Final Girls, this new ABC Family TV pilot pitch is about a badass Charlie's Angels-style collection of all the surviving ladies from past horror movies.
Virus gets a bum rap, but its special effects are incredible. No film, before or since, has depicted cyborgs as so improvised, so ramshackle, so... crappy. And, maybe as a result, so terrifying.