The Morning Read: Making ’em Like They Used To, Horror with Friends and More

By  · Published on October 23rd, 2013

The best movie culture writing from around the internet-o-sphere.

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“Here’s Why WNUF Halloween Special is the Best New Horror Movie to Watch with Friends This Halloween” – John Gholson at Movies.com wants everyone to meet a low-budget, down-to-the-commercials gag on a local news broadcast that’s good enough to fool your 80s-born pals. (Trailer included.)

“Think they don’t make ’em how they used to? Think again.” – Matt Singer at The Dissolve wants us to retire a tired phrase.

“For Criterion Consideration: Wes Craven’s The Serpent and the Rainbow” – Joshua Brunsting tries to hypnotize the Criterion Collection team into doing his bidding.

“The Wizard of Oz” – Vern dances with munchkins and praises the clarity of the 3D Oz experience.

“The World Needs More Wes Andersons” – Marc Tracy applauds Wes Anderson just doing Wes Anderson.

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