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    It’s hip to be scared at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival

    Horror filmmaking has been tied to the independent scene since the birth of the cinematic genre, as renegade filmmaking and subversive storytelling often beget imaginative and frightening results. Therefore, one should not be surprised by the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival embracing The Dark Side, a one-night-only event showcasing the macabre and malevolent by Brooklyn-based […]

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    “ALTERGEIST” (Movie Review)

    If you burn for a ghost story with an extraterrestrial twist, consider your cinematic thirst quenched. The directorial debut of Tedi Sarafian, ALTERGEIST bravely attempts to mesh these two themes into one film, creating both an ambiguous, creepy and rather enjoyable paranormal matrimony. 

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    Audiences will “BEWARE THE NIGHT” a lot sooner

    Even though 2013 has been a successful year for horror overall, Sony Pictures saw underwhelming results for its high-profile CARRIE remake and the YA supernatural adventure THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS: CITY OF BONES. Perhaps taking a lesson from Warner Bros., which had a massive summer success with THE CONJURING, Sony has moved BEWARE THE NIGHT, the […]

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