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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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    Win two tickets to “SQUIRM” at the brand new Alamo Drafthouse NY!

    New York’s first Alamo Drafthouse is open for business, and some of its very special repertory programming kicks off this Saturday when Alamo and FANGORIA present Jeff Lieberman’s electrifying killer worm horror, SQUIRM in 35mm! Want to attend? Want to hear Lieberman talk wrangling all those creatures of the soil? Want to taste a Squirmsicle, being especially brewed for this night? We’re giving away tickets!

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    “ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD” (Short Film Review)

    Plenty of short films are made every minute and many of them find their way to our mailbox.  Some are unwatchable, some are passable, some—the rare jewels—are fantastic. Navin Ramaswaran’s crackerjack micro-thriller ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD careens wildly into the fantastic arena, smashing against the world, destroying and bursting into a superlative display of bloody 4th of July fireworks. Yes indeed… this little flick is one of the good ones.

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    FANGORIA Presents: Lance Henriksen on “SIN REAPER”

    As any devoted FANGORIA reader knows, one of the reasons why horror is one of the strongest genres of cinema is the fact that the love for horror is so universal and communal. The horror genre brings together audiences young and old in a way unlike any other, as the experience of watching a scary movie differs so uniquely from person to person. Thusly, one cannot be surprised when you see the different voices coming out of the fright field around the world, not separated by language or generational gap, but rather brought together by the international tool of storytelling and the fears that we revisit time and time again.

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    Farewell to the Lovely Karen Black (1939-2013)

    Onscreen she was tough, she was sexy, she was sad, tweaked and twitchy. Often relegated to cult status despite her monolithic talent, Karen Black continued to woo audiences through nearly five busy decades of performing. Karen Black didn’t belong to the horror genre—by the time she made her first genre appearance she was already well known as a rising star from EASY RIDER, FIVE EASY PIECES and CISCO PIKE—but as soon as she showed up in TV’s supernatural anthology series GHOST STORY/CIRCLE OF FEAR (her first of a handful of Matheson scripts to come) we wanted to keep her.

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    FANGORIA Presents: See “SIN REAPER” for Free on Hulu!

    The scares just keep on comin’! As you may know, FANGORIA Presents has added powerhouse Hulu to its growing list of platform partners, and best of all, you can see our monstrous movies for free there! SIN REAPER, the third Fango title to officially go live on Hulu (joining AXED and ENTITY), can be watched now right here. The old-school slasher flick is also available for free on Hulu Plus for Hulu subscribers.

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    “INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2″ Featurette: Wan and Whannell talk Astral Projecting & The Further

    Whereas THE CONJURING is an (amazing) old-fashioned haunter, James Wan’s second scary film of the year has the potential to be its weirder counterpart. The astral projection of INSIDIOUS and its timeless, dark space The Further is something I’m greatly excited about delving deeper into. The latest featurette for the sequel finds new footage and filmmakers Wan and Leigh Whannell talk getting in there and getting scary.

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    EXCL: Teaser and Photo from Julian Grant’s “ARKHAM SANITARIUM: SOUL EATER”

    Filmmaker Julian Grant has been making movies all over Canada and the U.S. relentlessly for over 20 years and just doesn’t get the recognition he should. From the riotous sex and spilled fluid Shannon Tweed shocker ELECTRA to the Canadian ROBOCOP TV series ROBOCOP: PRIME DIRECTIVES to his myriad sensational Lifetime channel potboilers, and all his ample esoteric projects in between, the man lives to make stuff to show other people. He’s also a professor at Columbia University in Chicago. He ain’t no slouch…

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    Full Details: Scream Factory’s “AMITYVILLE HORROR TRILOGY” Set

    Scream Factory, Shout! Factory’s boutique horror and cult label, has a mean fall lineup including PRINCE OF DARKNESS, PSYCHO II and this set, which most excitedly brings Damiano Damiani’s AMITYVILLE II to Blu-ray. Here then, for perusal, is all you can expect when THE POSSESSION, as well as THE AMITYVILLE HORROR and AMITYVILLE 3-D (in 3D!) hit home. 

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    Both “PARANORMAL ACTIVITY” Spin-Off & Sequel Dated for 2014

    Do you remember the strange little tag after the credits of PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4? Did you make it that far once PARANORMAL ACTIVITY4 ended? If you missed, two young gentleman were frightened out of a convenience store by its owner, who spoke Spanish that roughly translates to, “This is only the beginning!” That brief scene was meant to tease an upcoming Latino-aimed spin-off that’s now being called PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES, and will hit theaters this January.

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    Mario Bava’s “KIDNAPPED”: Confined in the Open Country (Blu-ray Review)

    Kino’s ongoing transfer of the work of Mario Bava to Blu-ray presents not only a celebration of the Italian master’s filmography, but a way to gorge and gain perspective on a filmmaker that’s gone on to influence so much. I did as such last year, upon release of BLACK SUNDAY, HATCHET FOR THE HONEYMOON and LISA & THE DEVIL. Viewing all three, spread throughout Bava’s career, in a vaccum (with Tim Lucas’ informed commentary accompanying) shone light on the more personal flourishes in Bava films. Namely, that his homebody nature and reticence to leave Italy became a theme of confinement to history, legacy, supernatural fate or psychological trauma. So, what happened when Bava got out?

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