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  • Exclusive Clip: Dangers Abound from “THE ONES BELOW”

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    When sexy power couple Theresa and Jon choose to be good neighbors, they are very good neighbors, indeed, dragging their upstairs counterparts Kate and Justin off on fun outings or dropping by with gourmet food, pricey wine, and a capacity for highly civilized, sparkling conversation. But when they choose to be bad neighbors…well, let’s just say THE ONES BELOW can sometimes feel like the 1992 Rebecca De Mornay evil-nanny-out-for-vengeance shocker THE HAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE as reimagined by Polanski.

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  • Q&A: Director David Farr on “THE ONES BELOW”

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    THE ONES BELOW invites us into a duplex where the lives of two beautiful couples, both expecting their first child, become intertwined—first, sweetly, and then, after a tragic turn of events, horrifically, as their greatest joy transmogrifies into a Polanski-esque, Lynch-ian nightmare. FANGORIA recently had the pleasure of discussing the origins and implications of this psychological thriller with writer/director David Farr…

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  • Q&A: “SILENT HILL’s” Radha Mitchell Makes “THE SACRIFICE”

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    Though Radha Mitchell has earned well-deserved success in high-profile cinematic offerings—FINDING NEVERLAND opposite Johnny Depp, MAN ON FIRE with Denzel Washington—the Australian-born actress continues to boldly delve into more frightful material. Her latest such jaunt is her wonderfully weird, dread-inducing portrayal of an American obstetrician engaged in a deadly cat-and-mouse against rune-inspired Scottish cultists in SACRIFICE.

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  • “MERCY” (Book Review)

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    One night, Philadelphia dark-fiction author T. Fox Dunham (pictured above) discovered that a golf-ball-sized lump had materialized just below his left ear. Eventually, he was diagnosed with a rare composite form of lymphoma—Hodgkin’s, large cell. A death sentence, basically, but even with the metaphorical gun cocked, loaded and pressed against your temple, the will to survive can be overwhelming.

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  • “MY BEST FRIEND’S EXORCISM” (Book Review)

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    Though we are steeped deep in gloriously gonzo unorthodoxy for more than 100 pages before the musclebound 20something self-described practitioner of “puke and rebuke” de-demonization turns up in Grady Hendrix’s MY BEST FRIEND’S EXORCISM, it is nonetheless hilarious just how absurdly far from the Father Merrin tree the character falls.

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  • “CONVERGENCE” (Blu-ray/DVD Review)

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    “The quality of our lives here, how we relate to this world and most especially the concern we express for our fellow humans, vastly affects the quality of the part of our being that persists after the death of our bodies,” MIT-trained physicist Gerald Schroeder writes in his epic, paradigm-shattering attempt to reconcile science and religion, GOD ACCORDING TO GOD. Writer/director Drew Hall’s supernatural thriller CONVERGENCE rather brilliantly conjures up a thought-provoking, at times quite unsettling vision of one (seemingly) forsaken corner of this post-death persistence.

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  • Five Retro Horror Video Games That Inspired Author Adam Cesare’s “ZERO LIVES REMAINING”

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    TRIBESMEN/VIDEO NIGHT author Adam Cesare saw his raucous, sometimes hilarious, frequently unsettling haunted-arcade novella ZERO LIVES REMAINING hit paperback and e-book last week. So it seemed an appropriate occasion to hit Cesare up for a list of vintage video games that influenced this literary mayhem.

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  • “THE PACK” (2016; Movie Review)

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    Even before they’re plunged into a cinematic nightmare that bridges the gap between John Carpenter’s original ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 and the 2011 Liam Neeson survival thriller THE GREY, the family we meet at the outset of Nick Robertson’s THE PACK has already got trouble aplenty.

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