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    “GODZILLA” Teasing Continues in International Trailer

    The name of the GODZILLA game has truly been “tease.” Each new trailer brings some obfuscated image of the grandest of giant monsters, be it doors closing on its roar, or red flares lighting the texture of its body. It’s certainly a thrilling campaign, one in which moody images of disaster hang just on the edge of a full Godzilla emergence and have the viewer essentially dying for the end result of all of this. Essentially, the latest international spot is no different, complete with the towering Godzilla, shrouded in dust and smoke.

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    Trailer, VODetails: “THE EVIL WITHIN”

    Hitting this May, THE EVIL WITHIN (previously titled MINE GAMES) is being promoted as in the vein of CABIN IN THE WOODS. A curious comparison, as it could mean it’s starting from the same foundation as that ultimately very clever piece of work (i.e. a cabin in the woods), or it’s using the time honored vacationing kids in danger to get at something larger.

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    Keep an Eye Out: The Five Best from SXSW

    It’s not as if confinement as a motif is rare, especially in low budget, independent and horror cinema. You know:  movies making the most of one location that can’t afford to get the fuck out (eventually taking up plenty of space in film festivals in the process). It still plays like a dark joke however to see confinement in films when you yourself are pulling four-five movie days in a dark theater. At least the three major housebound (one of them is called HOUSEBOUND) genre titles at the 2014 SXSW film festival were some of the best the fest had to offer, all while varying greatly in style, theme, tone, ponytail bounce and bleak worldview.

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    Denis Villenueve’s “ENEMY” (Movie Review)

    Lynchian, as a term, is often used as synonymous with something that’s simply weird. Specifically though, the director’s surreal visuals balloon not out of randomness or an overly complex plot, but a basic idea; a core emotion. It’s the frightening pictures and strange scenarios that manifest in your subconscious as a result of our fundamental anxieties that Lynch and Lynchian works are tapping into. To that end, Denis Villenueve’s ENEMY is entirely so (and that’s aside from the presence of Isabella Rossellini). A story of undeserved malaise and the old adage, “once a cheater, always so,” the film uncomfortably hangs above the audience just as a massive spider looms above Toronto in its main character’s nightmares.

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    Texas Frightmare Weekend and Alamo Drafthouse to Screen Genre Favorites!

    The 2014 Texas Frightmare Weekend is poised to be the major annual horror convention’s best yet. FANGORIA is already proud to be on board as media sponsor, and now it’s been revealed the event will team with the beloved Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Dallas for a week of horror favorites just prior to convention kick-off. Titles include a 60th anniversary celebration of CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez’s seminal found footage film THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, James Wan’s SAW and more!

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    Teaser: Machinima Kaiju Web Short, “ENORMOUS”

    Premiering Thursday, March 20 on Machinima’s YouTube Channel is the short film adaptation of Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour’s graphic novel ENORMOUS. Written by TROLLHUNTER’s André Øvredal and directed by BenDavid Grabinski (THE COST OF LIVING), the monster movie tells of a post-apocalyptic world in which humans are now the bottom of the food chain and massive insect-like beasts have taken over. Get your first taste of this ravaged land and the creatures who roam it, below. 

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