A relatively well-known writer and producer in the horror genre field (at least known enough to get a book deal with St.Martin’s Press), most of Spiderbaby's mainstream fame—until now—comes from being the girl who Here is the couple arriving at the Saturn Awards together last month.)Word in the horror community regarding Spiderbaby’s alleged plagiarism spread rapidly last week, in the form of a tipster's email that reached us and several other outlets.Mike White at pretty blatant.”Even the dumb kids in college, like the really really dumb ones, know to be careful when plagiarizing directly from web sources.But perhaps they teach about plagiarism differently in Canada.It's an artistic choice that lends itself well to the film.Rightly considered the pièce de résistance of Dario Argento's filmmaking career, the movie is sparse and plain as it follows a young American dancer named Suzy (Jessica Harper) through the stressful demands of a prestigious ballet academy.night during a raging storm.Mary Ann Johanson at This Twitter conversation, and others like it, has since been deleted.
It was confirmed that Lianne has plagiarized various online...
previous: Saturday, July 13, 2013: I’m sick of this shit, and it’s time to start publicly shaming the wrongdoers. It’s also plain she has no idea what I’m saying (or what makes the movie as radical as it is) with this: No: “flowers and candy” is the false idea about what teen girls fantasize about that this film is blasting away.
It’s also obvious that she has cut-and-pasted my writing. MORE: Apparently Spiderbaby is a serial plagiarist: see this piece at Impossible Funky. No one is an accidental plagiarist, and no one who plagiarizes stops until they are caught. UPDATE: As of pm GDT, her site is back, but not the review she plagiarized from me.
A young woman runs screaming from the exclusive Frieberg ballet school.
almost-award winning writer Lianne “Spiderbaby” Mac Dougall, is going to need a lot of help recovering from her own cheating scandal—over the weekend, she admitted plagiarizing from a host of different sources in her column for a horror fansite.
It is the first in Argento’s “The Three Mothers” trilogy, which also includes also includes one of the most memorable soundtracks of all time.
Goblin, who would score numerous other films for Argento, provide a haunting score and one that uses strange human vocals, the sounds of whispers and gasps to compliment the music.
[from an interview in February, 2013 when asked about the challenge of writing on a daily basis] No, it's really just as simple as I love writing about things that I love, so it's easy to stay motivated.
I'm lucky not to have the kind of writing job where I HAVE to go online and write about relationship advice or something like that.
She's posted numerous articles on FEARnet as a column called "Spiderbaby's Terror Tapes," that have been largely based on other peoples' work.
First Example The July 9, 2013 piece, "'Suspiria' with Barbara Magnolfi," pieced together sections of original writing along with chunks from is Dario Argento’s best film (some of you may not feel the same, but I stand behind my choice), and one of the most atmospheric and artistic films ever made in the horror genre.