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    “STOKER” (Sundance Movie Review)

    In its cryptic opening scene, Park Chan-wook sets the tone of STOKER, his English-language debut, with a monologue and the sound of the world in which the film takes place. STOKER prides itself on not being a conventional genre picture by any means, but the hypnotic rhythm in which the film unfolds will undoubtedly keep any audience transfixed.

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    “THE FOLLOWING” (TV Review)

    THE FOLLOWING (premiering tonight at 9/8 Central on Fox) represents the latest attempt by a broadcast network to compete with the extremities and explicitness of cable TV. Or to put it another way, how ya gonna keep ’em watching your procedurals after they’ve been down on the farm with THE WALKING DEAD?

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    DVD and Blu-ray Chopping List

    Updated May 30, 2014!

    Note: Some dates are tentative and subject to change. “Special edition” denotes confirmed DVD features beyond the usual filmographies, trailers, etc. Distributors: please send information/updates to gingold@fangoria.com. Unfortunately, time does not allow us to answer individual questions about DVD/Blu-ray availability or street dates. If we know about it, it’s on this list!

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    Q&A: Rob Himebaugh on his Bigfoot short, “EAGLEWALK”

    Writer/director Rob Himebaugh’s thesis film EAGLEWALK has been stomping its way across North America in a momentum-gathering festival run, leaving a strong buzz in its wake. The film aims to revive the Sasquatch subgenre, taking an often playfully handled beastie and returning it to its sinister roots. This is what a Bigfoot movie should be. Frightening, taut, and fun.

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    Women in Horror ’13: Q+A with Adele Hartley of Scotland’s Dead by Dawn Festival

    Dead by Dawn celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, making it one of the UK’s longest-running genre events. We talk to the one-woman force behind Dead by Dawn, Adele Hartley, about the festival’s history, the challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated industry, and what we can expect as part of this year’s anniversary festivities.

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    Exclusive audio interview: “DARK SKIES’ ” J.K. Simmons

    FANGORIA ed Chris Alexander got on the horn with actor J.K. Simmons to talk about his role in DARK SKIES, opening today. And while that film is discussed at length, Simmons’ other roles are mused upon as well, including his role as SPIDER-MAN’s J. Jonah Jameson, his brush with Uwe Boll and—even more relevant to Fango fans—his enduring portrait of neo-Nazi evil in the nightmarish HBO prison drama OZ.

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    Women in Horror ’13: Tammi Sutton on a career in Horror and “ISLE OF DOGS”

    Having worked in all areas of filmmaking—from acting to production design on up— Tammi Sutton’s been called the busiest woman in B horror. Now, she’s further making a name for herself as a writer and director with well received festival film, ISLE OF DOGS. FANGORIA spoke with Sutton to see what advice this renowned female horror filmmaker could give to hopefuls everywhere.

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    This Oscar weekend, watch “THE CABIN IN THE WOODS”

    Fully believing much of the Academy Awards serves as a posturing, self-congratulatory experience—as well as a ridiculous one, as this enlightening interview with an anonymous voter serves to highlight the fickle, ridiculous justifications for his choices—I also believe, and understand, there is an overt difference between a true snub and what I’d just really like to be awarded. This year, far under the categories most spend their time debating is a truly disappointing case of hard, marvelous work being overlooked.

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