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    New Photos: Bana and Ramirez in Derrickson’s “DELIVER US FROM EVIL”

    DELIVER US FROM EVIL is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated major horror titles of 2014. Not only is it director Scott Derrickson’s follow-up to the highly praised SINISTER, but it’s slated for early July, a month that was a wonderful fit for 2013’s THE CONJURING and one that boasts confidence in the film on Sony’s part. Not to mention, Jaume Collet-Serra’s awesome ORPHAN did pretty well for itself there in summer 2009. Thirdly, and this is entirely more specific to me, DELIVER US FROM EVIL was shot on location, and takes place in, The Bronx. Hometown horror is a highly exciting prospect, and moreover, good, urban, city-based horror is all too rare. 

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    Radio Silence speaks at “DEVIL’S DUE” event

    “It’s really nice to see a supernatural thriller that has a rough indie vibe and fully gets supported by a major studio,” said Eli Roth at the beginning of a DEVIL’S DUE sneak peek hosted by 20th Century Fox. where the filmmaking collective Radio Silence was on hand to preview of the horrors that await in their satanic thriller.

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    Charles Band launches DELIRIUM, Full Moon’s Official Magazine

    For over four decades, producer and director Charles Band has steadily pumped out a dizzying wealth of some of indie cinema’s weirdest and wildest horror, fantasy and exploitation movies with his iconic labels Empire Pictures and Full Moon Features, the likes of which include such notable films as TOURIST TRAP, RE-ANIMATOR, DOLLS, FROM BEYOND, PARASITE, PUPPETMASTER, SUBSPECIES, HEAD OF THE FAMILY and THE GINGERDEAD MAN. Many of these pictures are considered bona fide genre classics and all are fascinating works of bizarre pop art, each one a story with dozens of sub-stories to be told.

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    IFC Midnight Releases No-Frills Alien Slasher, “ALMOST HUMAN” this February

    Throwback is a dangerous proposition in our game. Often, horror films made by horror fans are then marred by devotion to their favorite films. Homage gets in the way, leaving a sour taste and a failed film. Here’s why ALMOST HUMAN is refreshing, and not what I’ve just described: It’s affection and knowledge of genre is clear, without direct, explicit reference to the films it and filmmakers Joe Begos and Josh Ethier love. It’s a brisk, simple mesh of slasher and alien abduction whose lack of bullshit allows the room to get fun, and get weird.

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    Bekah’s Ten: Lesser Known Found Footage Films

    This past weekend, the PARANORMAL ACTIVITY series delivered another dose of found footage fright with THE MARKED ONES.  By now, we’re all familiar with this immensely popular series, as well as THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT and CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST as pioneering greats of the medium. But, what of the stellar found footage horror out there that’s passed under the radar? Grab your popcorn and prepare for some shaky camera work as I take you through 10 of the best lesser known Found Footage films.

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    “PARANORMAL ACTIVITY” scribe hints at franchise finale

    Is there any horror franchise at the moment that’s as divisive as PARANORMAL ACTIVITY? While many are seeing franchise fatigue, especially after THE MARKED ONES’ disappointing opening-weekend numbers, others can’t get enough of the silly and freaky places that the franchise’s mythology is taking audiences. However, if you’re getting the feeling that things are beginning to lean toward a definitive climax, you’re not the only one.

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    Q&A: Clare Kramer Takes on “BIG ASS SPIDER!”

    Any good comedic character needs a good straight man, and in Mike Mendez’s BIG ASS SPIDER!, it’s a straight woman, Clare Kramer as Lt. Karly Brant, who provides a foil as well as a romantic interest for the big-bug-battling exterminator played by Greg Grunberg. Fango chatted with the actress about her second collaboration with Mendez following 2006’s THE GRAVEDANCERS.

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    Trailer: Darkly Comic Slamdance Thriller “GOLDBERG & EISENBERG”

    Israel’s entrance into the international genre cinema game has been bold, fearless and absolutely thrilling. RABIES and subsequently this year’s BIG BAD WOLVES from directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado are fierce, absurd thrillers chronicling how we never fail to get in our own way. And now, currently making the festival circuit is Oren Carmi’s GOLDBERG & EISENBERG, a too close for comfort piece exploring similar themes with jet black humor and harsh, Lynchian style. Its next appearance, after making a big impression at Fantastic Fest and Screamfest LA is Park City’s alt-cinema celebration, Slamdance. If you’re heading out, find screening info and the new trailer below.

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