Audition horror movies: What you need to know about the movie industry’s most notorious and dreaded auditions
The Hollywood auditions are one of the most notorious events in film history, and it’s not uncommon for people to be turned down because of a lack of interest in their films.
This year, that sentiment was echoed by a growing number of movie fans when a few weeks ago the studio behind the biggest and most successful film of the past few years, Audition, announced that the production would be ending its first season of the popular feature.
That meant that audiences, including myself, who had been looking forward to seeing some of the best actors in the business take the stage for an audition were left wondering how the show was going to continue.
As a result, I decided to put together a list of the 10 most audacious and terrifying movie auditions I’ve ever witnessed, and I hope you enjoy the list below.
The Audition: In the Shadow of a Monster is a horror movie directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by David Lynch.
It follows a group of teenagers in Los Angeles as they search for a missing child.
This is not the first time that Zemecker has directed an adaptation of his classic novel The Man in the High Castle, and the film is still a hit with critics.
Audition is a film that uses a classic story to explore the concept of parental alienation and the trauma that comes with that.
It’s the story of an estranged family, but the real story of the family is told through the eyes of a 13-year-old girl named Claire (Sarah Paulson), who is looking for her missing sister, and her brother, who is searching for his missing father.
The plot is an amalgam of classic film tropes, including the fact that one of Claire’s friends is a serial killer, a theme that has been used in a number of other Lynch films, such as Lost Highway.
In addition to exploring the themes of parental and familial alienation, the film also uses its use of special effects to create a sense of dread and terror.
Audition was adapted for the big screen in 1999 by David Mamet, who directed and produced the film with the help of Mark Boal and Michael Mann.
The story of Claire and her friends is set in the 1990s, and while it’s never specifically stated, it’s assumed that Claire’s family was killed by a serial murderer.
The film follows the group as they attempt to find the missing sister of a man they suspect of being the killer.
Auditions have been a staple of the horror genre since the mid-1960s, but this year, they’ve become even more common.
They’ve become such a fixture of the mainstream film industry that some filmmakers have taken matters into their own hands to get the movie they want made.
The latest film to try to do so is Audition.
It stars a group that includes a trio of actresses that were cast in a role originally written for a film by Stephen Frears.
That film, The Exorcist, has since become one of horror’s greatest horror movies, but there are a few things that made the movie that much more terrifying.
The first is that the movie was shot entirely on a location called The Big Oak Hotel in Los Feliz, which is not only one of Hollywood’s most famous haunts, but also a very famous spot for filming.
The Big Oaks is where, according to legend, the famous serial killer Hannibal Lecter, played by John Travolta, is said to have been murdered.
The second thing that made The Exos more terrifying was that it used a number (seven) of the same effects that are used in many of the movies that use special effects.
The actors, most notably, were dressed in black leather armor and black gloves.
The final thing that really set this film apart was that, unlike most of the other movies on this list, The Big oaks was actually shot at night.
The effect was so terrifying, in fact, that, at one point, a few actors were left terrified after they had been filmed for over an hour.
While the first film was a cult hit, The Audition was not a big hit, and audiences have not been so lucky with its sequel, Auditions: Out of the Shadows.
Auditions is still one of Lynch’s most popular movies, and although it hasn’t been seen in a lot of theaters since its 1998 release, its director, David Lynch, still seems to be involved in the production.
So, with that in mind, what are some of your favorite movies that have been adapted for screen?
What are your favorite horror movies?
Leave your thoughts in the comments below.