Archive for the ‘Signs’ Category

An In-depth Analysis of Shyamalan’s Films

Saturday, February 11th, 2017 by Rohan |

I don’t think anyone yet has gone in-depth to analyze a Shyamalan film than the ones by Dag Sødtholt, whose carefully, insightful pieces on The Sixth Sense; The Village; Signs; Lady in the Water and Unbreakable on the wonderful Montages International Magazine. Mr. Dag Sødtholt, a Norwegian film critic, not only focuses on the aforementioned titles,… continue reading »

James McAvoy to Join Shyamalan’s Next Thriller

Sunday, October 4th, 2015 by Rohan |

Joaquin Phoenix is out, but James McAvoy is in. It still is a good news, although, having Phoenix in a Shyamalan film once again would be a treat for us all. McAvoy is a good actor and working under Shyamalan’s hands, I’m sure we’ll get to see a side of his we have not yet… continue reading »

Joaquin Phoenix & Shyamalan To Team Up Again!

Thursday, August 27th, 2015 by Rohan |

Just as we are getting ready for ‘The Visit,’ which is set to release on September 11, we get the news that Joaquin Phoenix is maybe signing a deal to return back to Shyamalan’s camp. Deadline dropped the news a few days ago, that Joaquin Phoenix, who also starred in Shyamalan’s Signs (2002) and The… continue reading »

‘Signs’ to be screened at Philadelphia Film Festival

Thursday, October 11th, 2012 by Rohan |

This sapid news, thanks to Philadelphia Film Festival for giving us a quick heads up at our Facebook page, made the month of October even better and something to look forward to besides all the great films that are opening this month. The fans around the globe, especially those who are residing in Philadelphia are… continue reading »

Scenes we love: ‘Signs’

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 by Rohan |

Without a question, Shyamalan’s ‘Signs’ is one of my all time favorite alien films. And also one of my all time favorite horror films. This film scared the day lights out of me. And it still does scare me no matter how many time I watch this film. It’s one of Shyamalan’s best films in… continue reading »

M.Night Shyamalan’s SIGNS

Sunday, October 24th, 2010 by Rohan |

Halloween is getting closer and what film could be better to talk about than M.Night Shyamalan’s SIGNS. I have a little story to share and why I selected ‘Signs” as the scariest film of M.Night Shyamalan. Few years prior to film’s official release and to even know anything about film, I was always fascinated by… continue reading »

Shyamalan embraces inner kid

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 by Rohan |

M.Night Shyamalan is known for spine-chilling thrillers with ghoulish final-frame twists like in The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable and The Village. But director M Night Shyamalan says he loved getting the chance to be a big kid again when making his latest film ‘extravaganza’ The Last Airbender. Based on a hit children’s TV series Avatar: The Last… continue reading »

Shyamalan ‘not just about gimmicks’

Monday, August 9th, 2010 by Rohan |

Say whatever you want to say or rant about M.Night Shyamalan, but it seems like Jackson Rathbone is standing shoulder to shoulder with M.Night Shyamalan from the beginning and defending the director.  Jackson recently had the chance to sit with Digitalspy.com and do some talking.  Jackson Rathbone has said that there is more to M…. continue reading »

10 Questions for M. Night Shyamalan

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 by Rohan |

TIME’s “Gilbert Cruz” had the chance to sit with director M.Night Shyamalan one on one as M.Night Shyamalan answered 10 questions from fans around the United States. M.Night talks briefly about race controversy and why he directed The Last Airbender.    

Composer James Newton Howard All Access Interview

Sunday, August 9th, 2009 by Paul Martin |

He’s been the primary composer on all of M. Night’s films starting with The Sixth Sense.   Currently writing the music for The Last Airbender, composer James Newton Howard invites you into his studio for front row access of his Yamaha photo shoot. Learn what inspires him when scoring such blockbusters as The Sixth Sense,… continue reading »