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    UK’s Cigarette Burns Cinema to Host Rare Screening of “BLUE SUNSHINE”

    Cigarette Burns Cinema is a UK outfit dedicated to programming thrilling and often rarely screened cult and horror gems on screens across London, and do so only on 16 and 35MM. One such upcoming event is the latest in what seems like an international, well-deserved revival and appreciation of the films of director Jeff Lieberman (SQUIRM, JUST BEFORE DAWN): a 35MM screening of BLUE SUNSHINE, the first of its kind in the UK in many years. 

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    Chiller’s Next “CHILLING VISIONS” Lineup Revealed, Premiere Date Set

    Genre network Chiller TV has dove headfirst into the original movie game, most notably ushering a new Larry Fessenden film (BENEATH) into the world earlier this year and branding their own anthology series in CHILLING VISIONS. In revealing the lineup for the second CHILLING VISIONS omnibus feature, it seems the channel is sticking in the Glass Eye Pix business, leading the film with two frequent Fessenden collaborators, Glenn McQuaid and Graham Reznick. 

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    “DAMIEN” Will Bring “THE OMEN” to Television for New Series

    THE OMEN finds itself the latest piece of horror history re-fashioned for television, following the likes of HANNIBAL, BATES MOTEL and the recently concluded ROSEMARY’S BABY miniseries. Glen Mazzara, who immediately succeeded Frank Darabont as showrunner of THE WALKING DEAD will bring DAMIEN to Lifetime Network, where the show will follow an adult Damien Thorn facing his destiny.

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    “HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION” Blu Set to hit September!

    Uniting every HALLOWEEN film in one set always seemed improbable. With rights spread between Anchor Bay, Shout! Factory and The Weinstein Company, the likelihood of tidily owning every venture (whether it featured Michael or not) was small. You may have guessed that’s until now. Anchor Bay and Shout! Factory have teamed on something seemingly unprecedented and surely exciting: HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION, which will not only boast every film to bear the HALLOWEEN name, including Rob Zombie’s pictures, but the first official release of the famed “Producer’s Cut” of HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS.

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    Director Mattie Do Crowdfunding Laos’ Second Horror Film, Ever

    Last year, Mattie Do broke new ground. Having its American premiere at Austin’s Fantastic Fest, her film CHANTHALY was the first horror film to come out of Laos, the country bordering China, Burma, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia that’s slowly developing a national cinema and which has only produced something like a dozen feature films since its revolution in 1975. Do became the country’s first female director and thrillingly broke through with a genre picture (it was also the first Laos film to screen at a fest outside of Southeast Asia). Fortunately, she hasn’t lost a taste for blood.

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    First Clip: Ryan Gosling’s Directorial Debut, “LOST RIVER”

    We’ve been keeping a close eye on the journey of Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, LOST RIVER. From its description as something of a surreal, horror-fantasy-noir to the actor’s inspirations and influences (from Lynch to Refn) to the inclusion of the beloved Barbara Steele, much about the film seems curious and worth anticipating. Now, as the film is set to premiere this week at Cannes, a first teaser clip has arrived and LOST RIVER’S strange vibe is on full display.

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    Q&A: Max Borenstein on his approach to “GODZILLA” & “GODZILLA: AWAKENING”

    Today, GODZILLA returns to the screen. But the new iteration of the King of the Monsters has already been on shelves for a week or so, as screenwriter Max Borenstein and co-author Greg Borenstein saw to whet our appetites for monster mashing in a prequel graphic novel titled GODZILLA: AWAKENING. Expanding on the 1954 incident only briefly touched on in Gareth Edwards’ new film, AWAKENING accompanies the blockbuster both in mayhem and theme, as characters both on the page and in the cinema try to reconcile their beliefs, acceptance and reactions to a world of giant creatures. Fango spoke to Max Borenstein about the book and what exactly Godzilla represents in the modern world.

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    Rob Zombie Teases New Film, “31”

    Post-LORDS OF SALEM, singer-turned-fine horror filmmaker Rob Zombie talked up a developing departure, a hockey drama about the 70s-era Philadelphia Flyers. Earlier this year however, the director began to indicate another horror project overtook that film, and now his official site has debut the first official tease as to what that might be. 

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