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    NYC! Meet the Lady is Back with an Evening of STALKER CINEMA this Friday!

    One of New York’s most colorful performance-based events, MEET THE LADY tribute series dedicated to cinema’s leading ladies turns its attention this week to some of the big screen’s most memorable female obssessives with MEET THE LADY IS WATCHING YOU – where a throng of special guests will explore the dark and sometimes campy delights of women who won’t take no for an answer.

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    Cigarette Burns Cinema reveals new Silver Ferox event poster for “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death”!

    35mm enthusiast Josh Saco puts on some of the most drool-inducing exploitation and horror events in London (UK) under the banner “Cigarette Burns Cinema” (like their Facebook page HERE!), with monthly screenings at The Rio, bi-monthly screenings at The Prince Charles as well as a bevy of special one-offs featuring rare 35mm prints spanning an impressive list of faves including PROFONDO ROSSO, THE KEEP, PSYCHOMANIA, WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?, EQUINOX, MS. 45 and more – always featuring amazing custom poster art by Silver Ferox and friends (see the gallery of all the previous posters HERE)

    After a screening of one of the unsung classics of the 80s slasher canon – Fred Walton’s APRIL FOOL’S DAY – next Friday April 4th (details HERE), next up on the Cigarette Burns calendar is John Hancock’s moody madwoman film LET’S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH (full disclosure: it will be introduced by yours truly) on Thursday April 18th at London’s ICA Gallery (details and tickets HERE).

    To commemorate the event, Silver Ferox has turned out a STUNNING retro poster which you can see above.

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    EXCLUSIVE FANGO mixcloud comp COME OUT AND PLAY

    Here’s a little compilation I made for FANGO’s mixcloud player on the eve of the North American release of COME OUT AND PLAY, the elusive Makinov’s remake of Narciso Ibañez Serrador’s WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?. Music that, for me, evokes the dark side of playground songs, childhood pathology and dogmatic ambivalence, but also celebrates the unique childhood imagination.

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    VIDEO: NZ’s master of transgression David Blyth at work on new film “GHOST BRIDE”

    dblythPhoto: ANGEL MINE (1979)

    David Blyth, who first caused a scandal in his native New Zealand with the film ANGEL MINE in 1979 (the public outcry helped along, no doubt, by the fact that the film was the recipient of funding from the then-newly established New Zealand Interim Film Commission), followed by DEATH WARMED UP in 1984 (which was given a special jury award at the Festival International de Paris du film fantastique et de science fiction by  none other than Alejandro Jodorowsky) and most recently the trio of role-playing horror hybrids BOUND FOR PLEASURE, TRANSFIGURED NIGHTS and WOUND, is back in the director’s chair for a film that he figures is “less likely to be banned”: GHOST BRIDE.

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    Montreal! One-legged ass-kicker Eddie McGee presents THE HUMAN RACE at Regarding Disability Festival

    Fantasia fans met the rag-tag team behind apocalyptic hunting-humans shocker THE HUMAN RACE at its World Premiere in Montreal this past summer, and now we have a rather interesting crossover as the film returns to Montreal for screenings as part of the inaugural Regarding Disabilities Film Festival (coincidentally the same month that local microcinema The Noah programmed its own disabilities cult film retrospective!). THE HUMAN RACE opens the festival March 22, and screens again on March 23 + 24, with actor Eddie McGee and producer Tripp Hope in person at all the screenings!

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    DO YOU LIKE HITCHCOCK?

    March 12th is National Alfred Hitchcock Day, and while suspense-savvy FANGORIA readers hardly need to be pointed to a top-ten of Hitchcock films, we thought we’d take advantage of the opportunity to revisit some Hitch-related ephemera that made its debut on the small screen. No, we’re not talking about the classic ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS – which ran from 1955-1965 and effectively cemented Hitch’s status as the first movie director to become a household name – but its less-celebrated rejuvenation in the 1980s – THE NEW ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS!

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    Valladares’ English-language HIDDEN IN THE WOODS gets William Forsythe and a new teaser poster

    After being acquired after its World Premiere at last summer’s Fantasia Film Festival as part of its new Frontieres Co-Production Market, Chilean filmmaker Patricio Valladares’ Biehn/Blanc-produced English-language remake of his polarizing blood-soaked crime thriller HIDDEN IN THE WOODS has just tapped cult staple William Forsythe (THE DEVIL’S REJECTS) to play its crazy Uncle Costello. Thanks to Dread Central for a heads up on the official press release below:

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