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    Cake and Tools: “BIG BAD WOLVES” Clip Preps for Torture

    BIG BAD WOLVES, the harrowing, yet darkly, darkly hilarious second feature from RABIES filmmakers Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, finds two men looking to exact revenge on a suspected child murderer the justice system failed to put away. Out this Friday, January 17, the latest clip highlights the leap in style from the duo’s first outing and some playful technique in the midst of this bleak tale. 

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    Redemption Announces First in The Cinema of Alain Robbe-Grillet Blu Series

    French author and filmmaker Alain Robbe-Grillet, who co-wrote Alain Resnais’ mesmerizing LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD, is seeing his own, often erotic, previously unavailable work as a director highlighted, newly mastered and released in the U.S. by Kino Lorber’s always fantastic Redemption Label. Opening the Cinema of Alain Robbe-Grillet series in February are TRANS-EUROP-EXPRESS and SUCCESSIVE SLIDINGS OF PLEASURE. Find art, full release info and a trailer for the five film-series, below.

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    [Sundance 2014] Director Jennifer Kent Previews “THE BABADOOK”

    While Sundance has grown intensely in both size and notoriety (likely the first thing that comes to mind when filmgoers hear the term ‘film festival’), it’s retained a significant, definitive quality: the element of surprise. A great many titles of the annual lineup do come with some level of anticipation, be it cast or filmmakers sure, but often its most discussed films seemingly come out of nowhere, flooring audiences and critics alike. In horror alone, this yearly tradition has yielded the likes of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT and SAW. In keeping with this spirit, Fango has opted to take a look at two films in the 2014 midnight lineup that arrive with little awareness, but may make a big impression. First up: Jennifer Kent’s THE BABADOOK.

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    EXCL Poster: IFC Midnight’s “HAUNT”

    Billed as a ghostly tale of sexual awakening, the Mac Carter-directed HAUNT finds a teenager’s blossoming relationship with his new neighbor entangled with the presence of a haunted, antique radio. Starring Liana Liberato and Harrison Gilbertson, as well as veteran actress Jacki Weaver (STOKER, PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK), the film which seems to blend an intimate connection with more traditional scares is on VOD and Digital Download February 7th and in limited theatrical release March 7th. You can find its brand new poster art, debuting exclusively on FANGORIA, below. 

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    What is up with the new “FRIDAY THE 13TH”? Producer Comments

    Over the weekend, Crave Online spoke with Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller, who among other things of genre interest, is currently developing the highly anticipated return of FRIDAY THE 13TH. Of course, with the next film slated to be the 13th of the iconic series and rumors of a found footage view of Crystal Lake, interest is high. So, what’s the current status? Aside from nothing seemingly set in stone, Fuller’s answer may surprise you.

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    The Wolf of WWII: Robert McCammon Horror Adventure to be Adapted

    Well, this sounds super. Deadline is reporting Universal and producers Chris Morgan and Emile Gladstone have acquired the rights to Robert McCammon’s adventure novel THE WOLF’S HOUR for big screen adaptation. A tale of globe-trotting war horror that features lycanthropic espionage, a proper adaptation of this 1989 novel seems full of potential for old fashioned fun. 

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    [Sundance 2014] EXCL Images, Comments: “JAMIE MARKS IS DEAD”

    Easily the most recognizable of American festivals, it’s exciting that the 2014 edition of Sundance is so genre-heavy.  There’s of course the highly anticipated midnight section, but beyond that is a selection of several bits of horror scattered through the likes of NEXT, Premieres and, in the case of the below film, the U.S. Dramatic Competition. FANGORIA Presents an exclusive look at JAMIE MARKS IS DEAD, a brand new horror film rooted in the experience of youth from THE RUINS director Carter Smith.

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    Fake Trailer to Feature Film: The First Look at “CLOWN” is Here

    You may remember not too long ago, a trailer for a fake film from Eli Roth was rapidly shared around film sites. Titled CLOWN, the short piece previewed a picture in which a father finds himself unable to take off the clown costume he dons for his son’s birthday party. The difference however, between this and so many faux coming attractions, was aside from the Roth nod, there was little in the way of false grindhouse winking. CLOWN looked like a film we, and apparently Eli Roth, wanted to see.

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    Cage, Gardner in “RESOLUTION” Directors’ “SPRING”; EXCL Comments

    One of the more eagerly anticipated films of the year is the sophomore feature from RESOLUTION filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, SPRING. Having recently wrapped production in Italy, the seemingly intimate tale of a young man abroad and the mysterious woman he becomes entangled with (Lou Taylor Pucci and Nadia Hilker, respectively) has revealed a larger, exciting cast at hand.

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