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    “ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD” (Short Film Review)

    Plenty of short films are made every minute and many of them find their way to our mailbox.  Some are unwatchable, some are passable, some—the rare jewels—are fantastic. Navin Ramaswaran’s crackerjack micro-thriller ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD careens wildly into the fantastic arena, smashing against the world, destroying and bursting into a superlative display of bloody 4th of July fireworks. Yes indeed… this little flick is one of the good ones.

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    EXCL: Teaser and Photo from Julian Grant’s “ARKHAM SANITARIUM: SOUL EATER”

    Filmmaker Julian Grant has been making movies all over Canada and the U.S. relentlessly for over 20 years and just doesn’t get the recognition he should. From the riotous sex and spilled fluid Shannon Tweed shocker ELECTRA to the Canadian ROBOCOP TV series ROBOCOP: PRIME DIRECTIVES to his myriad sensational Lifetime channel potboilers, and all his ample esoteric projects in between, the man lives to make stuff to show other people. He’s also a professor at Columbia University in Chicago. He ain’t no slouch…

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    “MARA” (DVD Review)

    There’s iciness to Scandinavian cinema that is hard to pin down, a certain class of emotional detachment that fascinates. This is especially true of the Swedes who, from Bergman on up, have long hooked us with silences and atmosphere rather than explicit shocks or attention-baiting sensory overload.

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    Win True Crime Doc, “WEST OF MEMPHIS” on Blu-ray

    The story of the West Memphis Three is – as The New York Post says – truly one of the most Kafka-esque mishandlings of justice in American history. You know the story. Three kids at odds with the community of West Memphis, Arkansas. They wear black clothes, love heavy metal and horror movies and end up charged, tried and two of them sentenced to death for the brutal murder of three little boys.

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    Toronto! Hang out with Danielle Harris and See “HATCHET III”!

    FANGORIA, Cineplex Odeon and Raven Banner Pictures want to make one of our lucky Toronto readers’ blood-drenched dreams come true. We’re giving you the chance to meet horror superstar Danielle Harris at a private party on Wednesday, July 24th right before whisking you away with her to see the Toronto premiere of her latest flick, the Adam Green-written and produced gorefest HATCHET III at the Cineplex Odeon Yonge and Dundas Theatre, as part of their Sinister Cinema series.

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