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    First Footage from Eli Roth’s “THE GREEN INFERNO”

    After world premiering at TIFF and secret screening at Fantastic Fast to stellar reception, Eli Roth is beginning to reveal his (fantastic) return to directing to the world at large. The filmmaker appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last week to celebrate Halloween, and brought a look at the film’s swirling plane crash. Now, THE GREEN INFERNO’s opening titles are available online thanks to Vimeo user Gyrmo.

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    Trailer: Get ready for Fierce, Supernatural Revenge in “ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE”

    Lucky McKee has returned, teaming with THE LOST director Chris Sivertson on a remake of their very first, very micro ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE. Having premiered at Toronto and coming next Spring from Image, ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE is currently making festival rounds, but you can get your first look at the film from its brand new, high energy sales trailer.

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    Mondo, Phantom City Creative celebrate “HALLOWEEN” in Style with Vinyl and Posters

    Halloween belongs to John Carpenter. His seminal film that shares its title with our favorite of holidays remains essential. Having just seen it on the big screen last week, I was thrilled to see it retain eerie, stunning power. In celebration of the classic, Mondo—who’s reinvigorated and helped usher in a wave of truly wonderful poster art— have teamed with frequent collaborators Phantom City Creative on two new posters and the art for Mondo’s vinyl release of Carpenter’s iconic score.

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    “EVIL DEAD 2″ Won’t Come from Remake Director Alvarez

    EVIL DEAD 2013 was immensely divisive. Arriving with an anticipation few contemporary horror films have garnered, the result is a total gorefest, delightfully achieved with mostly practical FX. But that does not a film make, despite the accompaniment of often stunning visuals from director Fede Alvarez. Still, it opened both at SXSW and in theaters to an enthusiastic reception, and at the former, Alvarez announced a sequel was already being developed. Months on, following plenty of buzz talk about crossing the reboot’s timeline with the original series and Sam Raimi helming an ARMY OF DARKNESS 2, it seems the redo’s follow-up has stalled.

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    Q&A: Classic Misfit, DOYLE on Danzig’s 25th Anniversary Tour and More

    About midway through the set on Danzig’s 25th Anniversary tour, the legendary front man stops the show to introduce an old friend. With absolute fury, Misfits guitarist Doyle comes stomping out—in full devilocked, corpse faced glory—to blister through a set of the seminal punk band’s favorites. The room, or at least New York City’s Roseland Ballroom in this case, comes alive. Even someone who prefers the solo Danzig material would find it hard to deny this as a highlight, the most rousing aspect of the evening.

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    Total Treat! “TRICK ‘R TREAT 2″ is happening

    Michael Dougherty’s utter gem of Halloween spirit has, over the last four years, undoubtedly found its audience. Growing steadily to annual tradition (see: FEARNet’s yearly 24-hour marathon) for fans everywhere, TRICK ‘R TREAT is something special and unlike many great things, seems to have energy to spare. Which is why it’s so thrilling that at tonight’s very special Beyond Fest screening of the film, it was announced the horror stories will continue and Sam will return to guide us through a  TRICK ‘R TREAT 2!

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    Q&A: Dylan Baker Reflects on “TRICK ‘R TREAT” and Halloween Hijinks

    TRICK ‘R TREAT is well on its way to tradition. A film reverent of Halloween, it captures the holiday’s dark, mischievous air like so few have been able. This means it’d probably fall in the good graces of Principal Steven Wilkins, a standout of the film’s great ensemble thanks to the work of Dylan Baker. Presiding over and hewing close to the roots of Samhain, Steven Wilkins is unhappy with those who are disrespectful and there is grim delight in watching him deal with one such youth.

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