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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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    “CHILLING VISIONS: 5 SENSES OF FEAR” (DVD/Blu-ray Review)

    With the readiness of digital filmmaking in the independent world, and the growing number of unique voices attracted to the creative freedom of horror, there’s been no shortage of anthology projects arising in the genre world. These projects are affordable, challenging and often strong showcases for young, emerging voices—essentially collections of calling cards, as well as opportunities to show off resourcefulness and ambition under time and finance confines, without the overbearing pressure of feature filmmaking. This year has seen the release of several impressive omnibus movies, including THE ABCs OF DEATH, V/H/S/2 and now CHILLING VISIONS: 5 SENSES OF FEAR.

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    Fango’s Rebekah McKendry hits Scream Factory’s 31 Days of Screams!

    All month long, Scream Factory’s YouTube channel has been rolling out interviews with horror tastemakers as they reveal their favorite films, subgenres and more. The lineup’s included Badass Digest’s Brian Collins, FEARNet’s Rob Galluzo, Shock Till You Drop’s Ryan Turek and today, our very own Rebekah McKendry makes her debut.

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    Win GOREZONE #28 signed by Linnea Quigley!

    Lithe and lovely Linnea Quigley currently graces the pages of our resurrected GOREZONE #28 (read the rave FEARNet review here) in a revealing photo spread and accompanying interview. It’s the centerpiece of the magazine, tying in to GOREZONE’s own long history with the prolific RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD legend, who famously appeared on the cover of issue #13 to some notable controversy, especially in Canada.

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    Review: Wes Anderson’s “THE MIDNIGHT COTERIE OF SINISTER INTRUDERS”

    From the mind of the notorious Wes Anderson (MOONRISE KINGDOM, THE FANTASTIC MR. FOX) comes an astonishing, mind-warping free-fall into horror so grueling, only the strongest of heart and mind need apply. THE MIDNIGHT COTERIE OF SINISTER INTRUDERS sports plenty of the eccentricity, obnoxious soundtrack violin string plucks and oddball asides that propel all of Anderson’s celebrated works and sports magnetic turns by the director’s oft used alumni like like Owen Wilson (who is unforgettable as befuddled father facing the ultimate evil), Tilda Swinton (in a shocking cameo that will leave you gasping) and Gwyneth Paltrow (who gives her best turn since her blistering performance in the cult classic karaoke chiller DUETS). Oh and Danny Glover proves he’s not too old for this shit with his stunning return to form appearance as…Danny Glover.

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    Fango Flashback: “NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE” (1979)

    Dreadful, ambitious and philosophical, Werner Herzog’s NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE begins today at New York’s Film Forum (203 W. Houston Street; (212) 727-8110) for an exclusive two-week run in its alternate, unseen German-language form. Sporting a new 35-mm print of Herzog’s slow-burning and eerie reimagining of F.W. Murnau’s classic film from the Bleeding Lights Film Group, Film Forum will be running the film until Thursday, November 7th, and in fact, on Monday, November 4th, the 9:15 screening will be preceded by a special screening of Murnau’s film, accompanied by a live piano score by Steve Sterner.

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