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    The “DOME” drops in new clip; First teaser for “DOCTOR SLEEP”

    UNDER THE DOME, the latest miniseries based on the work of Stephen King, premieres in just a few days and with it comes the first bit of video anticipation for the iconic author’s SHINING sequel, DOCTOR SLEEP. Set to air during the premiere, you can see the teaser below, as well as a new clip that witnesses dome damages on the CBS show. 

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    Cattet & Forzani talk “THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS”

    Already the most fantastically titled neo-giallo, the upcoming THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS is also the much anticipated new film from the duo behind the artful, sensual, experimental love letter AMER. Aside from a vague synopsis and elegant, if brutal, teaser however, not a great ton is known of what to expect from their latest. Hungry for anything else, this roughly translated interview (what up, Google) with filmmakers Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani peers teasingly into what strange colours YOUR BODY’S TEARS holds.

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    Participating in Terror: Director Franck Khalfoun on the point-of-view of a “MANIAC”

    The long-awaited and highly curious remake of MANIAC transplants not only the action from a grimy New York to a seedy Los Angeles, but the viewer from mere observer to inhabitant of compulsive killer Frank. Elijah Wood stars as the introverted and lethal vessel which the audience effectively becomes a part of. It’s often stark, stylish, unsettling and perhaps most frightening, participatory. FANGORIA and director Franck Khalfoun spoke about the choice of POV, and its implications.

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    A note on NYC play, “FRANKENSTEIN UPSTAIRS”

    Modern extensions of classic monster mythos are rarely enthralling. Often, it’s the straining to connect, or continue that story and losing sight of what should be the focus — this story’s characters and heart —that does it in. Admittedly, that unavoidable exposition is where Mac Rogers’ new play, FRANKENSTEIN UPSTAIRS feels slightly bogged down, but it’s sure not lacking in character, heart or an intense emotional center. Now playing at the Secret Theatre, the show marries domestic drama and horror story with both wit and tragedy, drawing you in with the former before breaking you down in its second act.

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