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    The Wolf of WWII: Robert McCammon Horror Adventure to be Adapted

    Well, this sounds super. Deadline is reporting Universal and producers Chris Morgan and Emile Gladstone have acquired the rights to Robert McCammon’s adventure novel THE WOLF’S HOUR for big screen adaptation. A tale of globe-trotting war horror that features lycanthropic espionage, a proper adaptation of this 1989 novel seems full of potential for old fashioned […]

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    New York! “BLUE RUIN” screens tonight with Filmmaker Q&A!

    Jeremy Saulnier’s long-awaited follow-up to MURDER PARTY, BLUE RUIN, is a straightforward and emotionally and viscerally impacting little revenge picture that’s on its way to being one of the most acclaimed films of the season. Now out in limited release, BLUE RUIN has enjoyed a weekend of special event screenings at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema where […]

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    “HOUSEBOUND” (SXSW Movie Review)

    Is the New Zealand horror-comedy back? At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Jermaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s vampire mock doc WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS was one of the strongest in the lineup. Little over a month later, Gerard Johnstone’s HOUSEBOUND world premieres at SXSW and is almost immediately the surprise of the slate. […]

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