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    “TWIN PEAKS” 2016 Revival in Doubt?

    For this writer, the announcement that Showtime would be bringing back TWIN PEAKS last year was nothing short of a dream come true, if only for the idea that Lynch would return to the director’s chair (for nine hours of content), let alone to bring back one of the genre’s most beloved properties. Yet since the announcement, […]

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    “THALE” (DVD/Blu-ray Review)

    THALE is a lovely film, epitomized by its titular creature, which is a gorgeous one indeed. Written and directed by Aleksander Nordaas and based on Norwegian folk tales of cow-tailed temptresses called Huldra, THALE (on DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo from XLrator Media) takes a classic-monsters approach to its story, evoking empathy for the sheltered, experimented-on […]

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    New Images: Eli Roth’s “THE GREEN INFERNO”

    In just a month, Eli Roth unleashes his first feature as director in six years. Coupled with it being a seeming reinvention of the one of the last still-dangerous subgenres, Italian Cannibal films, THE GREEN INFERNO comes with a great deal of anticipation. As the Toronto International Film Festival approaches, we finally have some new […]

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    “HOUSEBOUND”: Exclusive Deleted Scene

    Fangoria.com has gotten its skeletal fingers on an exclusive deleted scene from the great new horror comedy HOUSEBOUND, which will close the 13th edition of the New York City Horror Film Festival on November 16 at Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street; 212 941-2001). No less than genre master Peter Jackson called HOUSEBOUND: “A wonderfully witty […]

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