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    “STITCHES”: Free FANGORIA NYC screening on April 1!

    No foolin’—Fango will host a free screening of the delightfully gruesome horror/comedy STITCHES on Monday, April 1 at 7 p.m. This special April Fools’ Day showing will be held at New York City’s Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Popular British standup comedian Ross Noble stars as the titular, murderous birthday-party clown in STITCHES, which was written and directed by Conor McMahon (helmer of THE DISTURBED and Fango Video’s DEAD MEAT).

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    Kether Donohue: Living Witness to “THE BAY”

    When a water-borne, pollution-spawned plague of illness and worse strikes the Chesapeake Bay town of Claridge, Maryland in Barry Levinson’s THE BAY (out this week on DVD from Lionsgate), no man, woman or child is safe. One of the few survivors is journalism student Donna Thompson, who has put together the horrific footage we see and is played by Kether Donohue, who discusses the experience of making the movie in this exclusive interview.

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    “THE LAST EXORCISM PART II” (Movie Review)

    THE LAST EXORCISM PART II is the second contradictorily titled sequel to come out in as many months, after THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT II: GHOSTS OF GEORGIA. I’m not the first to ask whether this means the original now has to be called THE SECOND-TO-LAST EXORCISM, and I probably won’t be the last to say the first should have remained the only.

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    “RUBBERNECK” (Movie Review)

    As news stories about sociopaths whose actions seem unfathomable continue to permeate the media, perhaps it’s inevitable that thrillers concerned more with examining the devolution of their antiheroes’ minds than with the violence of their deeds should become a minitrend. This week’s example, RUBBERNECK, particularly foregrounds character over action, and cerebral thrills over the visceral kind.

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    “DARK SKIES” (Movie Review)

    The title of and ad campaign for DARK SKIES, not to mention an opening quotation from science-fiction legend Arthur C. Clarke, almost feel like miscalculations. The movie develops a decently teasing sense of mystery in its first half that can only be diluted by foreknowledge of what’s going on.

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    Kris Lemche: Proving “THE FRANKENSTEIN THEORY”

    Found-footage movies tend to be cast with unknown, unrecognizable actors for that realistic feel, but the lead in the new THE FRANKENSTEIN THEORY will be a familiar face for many horror fans. Kris Lemche, whose credits include GINGER SNAPS and FINAL DESTINATION 3, toplines this Mary-Shelley-meets-BLAIR-WITCH project, and discusses it in this exclusive Fango interview.

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    Women in Horror ’13: Jerusha Pettit and “SQUATTER”—exclusive pics, comments

    A new horror film is currently shooting at a real haunted location—but this isn’t a found-footage investigative flick. It’s a supernatural thriller called SQUATTER that marks the feature directorial debut of Jerusha Pettit, featuring her sister Tracy in the lead role. The filmmaker sent along comments on the movie and some exclusive photos.

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