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    Trailer Debut: The Badilla Brothers’ Chilean Neo-Giallo “MALDITO AMOR”

    This past March brought the teaser of MALDITO AMOR, Gonzalo and Sebastián Badilla’s horror-comedy that’s equally influenced by 80s high school pictures as it is gialli, and one of the many reasons to be excited about the burgeoning genre scene in South America. Specially crafted as an announcement, that clip revealed the playful humor inherent to the production, but little else. FANGORIA is excited then to reveal the first footage from the film in its lengthy international trailer.

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    Q&A: Pat Healy & Ethan Embry on “CHEAP THRILLS”; Win a Blu and Mondo Poster!

    There’s a reason we’re still talking CHEAP THRILLS, and have been for over a year now. From its world premiere at SXSW, the small, stylish, thoughtful feature debut from Evan Katz was immediately recognized as something special. It’s a biting film, both hilarious and horrifying in equal measure and not unwilling to slap anyone in its vicinity. As the film arrives on DVD & Blu-ray, primed for endless revisits where it loses zero effect—the sound design on the finger chop is always that stark—FANGORIA finishes our talks with the film’s principal cast.

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    Whatever Happened to “KRISTY”? Trailer Surfaces for Long-Delayed Thriller

    Known as SATANIC, RANDOM and KRISTY (this last one seems to be final), the Haley Bennet & Ashley Greene-starring, Oliver Blackburn-directed hooded killer thriller has been MIA for a long while, having been announced and shot in 2012 and blown through a proposed release date in 2013. Until now, our main look at the film has been a still of Greene as one of the attackers (that image came from EW, above), but a trailer has finally surfaced, seemingly for international release on DVD in Germany this August.

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    Sean Hogan’s “THE DEVIL’S BUSINESS” To Finally Hit U.S. DVD/Blu

    In 2011, UK filmmaker Sean Hogan’s intimate, literary, theatrical horror film THE DEVIL’S BUSINESS made festival rounds here in the U.S. An atmospheric, captivating work that finds two hitmen arrive at the home of their target and discuss life as they wait, unknowingly, for a horrific end, THE DEVIL’S BUSINESS unfortunately found no U.S. distribution in the wake of its run. Exciting news then, that the great folk at Mondo Macabro DVD will give the film just that this fall.

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    First Look: Gothic Anthology “THE MORTUARY COLLECTION” Crowdfunds

    Filmmaker Ryan Spindell, who displayed an EC-like tone and devious chops in short film THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM, is appropriately continuing down a mischievous path with horror anthology THE MORTUARY COLLECTION. Teaming with legendary NY indie horror outfit Glass Eye Pix (headed by Larry Fessenden), the four-story portmanteau is aimed as a Gothic, darkly humorous and twisted entry in the beloved subgenre. And like many current indie productions, it’s looking for a bit of help.

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    First Clip: Post-Apocalypse Drought Thriller, “THE WELL”

    There are myriad reasons why the post-apocalypse has been popular in contemporary genre, but on a personal level, I think it’s because audiences like to ask themselves what they might do confronted with such a situation. I, on the other hand, am far too concerned with what I would wear. And that’s one of the reasons to highlight this first clip from Tom Hammock’s THE WELL, a post-apocalyptic indie making its premiere at next month’s Los Angeles Film Festival: the villain of the excerpt gets pretty rad with his post-humanity attire. 

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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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