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    “MISCHIEF NIGHT” to Screen Across the Country on Namesake Date

    Richard Schenkman’s upcoming home invasion thriller that harks back to the likes of WAIT UNTIL DARK with its blind protagonist, takes place on the (seemingly made so by movies) infamous eve of Halloween, one Mischief Night. On 2013′s own Mischief Night, the film will hit cinemas for a one night only event thanks to digital distributors SpectiCast.

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    “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Teaser Three: A different kind of suspension

    That first AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN teaser, which featured a slew of floating witches facing the wall (and one in the fireplace) was titled “Detention,” noting some sort of punishment of the young sorceresses. Here then is “Staircase,” captioned with “Misbehave and incur our kind of suspension.” Accompanied by that same cover of “House of the Rising Sun,” are we to believe there’s some sort of school or grooming establishment for witches in the New Orleans-set season? Jessica Lange is after all playing The Supreme.

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    Frame This: Print Club London and Mondo unveil amazing art for “CARRIE”, “THE THING” and more

    While maybe not so easily acquired (they do tend to sell out), we’re living in a climate where collectible poster art is ever present. Evocative and thrilling representations of beloved and cult films are greatly appreciated and admired, at least by a niche audience. The leader is, of course, Mondo, who today announced the on sale info of Jock’s incredible THE THING poster. Across the ocean, Print Club London has teamed with Film 4 Summer Screens series and Peter Strain’s CARRIE piece is something to behold.

    Accompanied by prints for THE LOVED ONES (Hellovon), WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? (James Joyce) and GREMLINS 2 (Serge Seidlitz), as well as non-horror titles THRONE OF BLOOD (Joe Wilson) and KES (Michael Gillette), CARRIE (above) and the Print Club London series are on display in the West Wing Galleries of Somerset House until August 21. Additionally, you can purchase prints from Print Club for £40 here.

    Mondo, meanwhile revealed posters for THE THING, PREDATOR and PROMETHEUS will all hit tomorrow. As usual, the on sale announcement will be made via Twitter at a random time. Jock’s THE THING and JC Richard’s PROMETHEUS will go for $45, while Ash Thorp’s PREDATOR is $50. For much more, visit Mondo.

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    “GIRLS” director heads to WGN’s “SALEM”

    WGN America, a channel that deals heavily in reruns has ordered its first scripted, original series. SALEM, from 24 and STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION producer Brannon Braga aims to (fictionally, I assume) dig into the “dark, supernatural truth hiding behind the veil” of the Salem Witch Trials. Previously reported as delivering a “new vision of witches,” the series now has an intriguing filmmaker to helm it.

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    Fantastic Fest ’13: Second Wave Announcement features “WITCHING & BITCHING” and more!

    2013’s Fantastic Fest is shaping up to be something else entirely. The Second Wave has been announced and it seems nothing short of stellar with new works from mind blowing international filmmakers Ben Wheatley and Sion Sono and so much more. That’s not to mention one of my most anticipated movies of the year, Alex de la Iglesia’s WITCHING & BITCHING. Find the full rundown below, with images and trailers where available and tell me what you’re curiously anticipating in the comments. Is it the shadowy looking OUR HEROES DIED TONIGHT? The gothic stop-motion of O’ APOSTOLO? The Japanese superhero who wears panties over his face? The dressed up Elijah Wood thriller GRAND PIANO? The sewage-soaked SEPTIC MAN? What about the David Cronenberg-narrated documentary on organ trafficking?

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    Ben Wheatley’s “A FIELD IN ENGLAND” to have its North American Premiere at TIFF

    A FIELD IN ENGLAND’s all encompassing day-and-date DVD, VOD, TV and online release in the UK last month was an envious one. So many options there, but none yet for stateside enthusiasts of Ben Wheatley. What that frenzy having died down, eyes turn to when Drafthouse Films will unleash the mad period piece in the U.S. Could it be post-festival season?

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