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    Joe Dante Celebrated at Stanley Film Festival; Added Screenings & More!

    As its second edition approaches, the Stanley Film Festival—that which is held at the historic hotel which inspired THE SHINING—is seeking to carve itself as more than just a slate of films, but a full on celebration of genre and atmosphere. Beyond its stacked lineup of current festival favorites, the Stanley is hosting panels, live performance and even retrospective looks at the likes of EYES WIDE SHUT and GREMLINS, the latter of which will coincide with a Master of Horror Award presented by Mick Garris (whose SLEEPWALKERS is also showing) to the great Joe Dante.

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    Full Trailer: NBC’s “ROSEMARY’S BABY” Miniseres

    NBC’s upcoming four-hour miniseries remake of ROSEMARY’S BABY is certainly a curiosity. With Polanski’s classic film being almost notoriously faithful to Ira Levin’s original novel, it seems the new adaptation almost must make drastic changes. The new Paris setting is surely one, and peppered within the first, full trailer for the Agnieszka Holland-directed series are others, alongside more iconic moments that will surely be familiar.

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    Q&A: Harrison Smith on “CAMP DREAD”

    A staple of American Horror throughout the ’80s, the summer camp slasher now come few and far between. For whatever reason one can attribute to their redundancy, their influence of horror and pop culture through the years is unmistakable. And for director Harrison Smith, they might just be posed for a comeback with his newest film, CAMP DREAD.

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    Stream to Scream: “The Haunted World of El Superbeasto”

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu channel. To give you a better idea of what’s available, FANGORIA is taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with Stream to Scream. Today: Rob Zombie’s THE HAUNTED WORLD OF EL SUPERBEASTO.

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    Q&A: Kyra Schon Recalls “NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD”

    Kyra Schon will be forever remembered as the doomed Karen Cooper in George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, but the enthusiastic Schon has layers of personality and charm that far supersede her famous character’s ghoulish aura. On the eve of an appearance at Chicago’s Sci-Fi Spectacular 2014 this weekend, the kind Schon took a few moments to provide FANGORIA with her thoughts on what would have happened if everyone’s favorite zombiefied youngster had actually survived that initial onslaught in 1968.

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    Kevin Smith’s “TUSK” to star Johnny Depp?

    Fans of RED STATE director Kevin Smith have had a surreal experience following the development of his sophomore fright flick, TUSK. A body horror jokingly conceived on Smith’s podcast, SModcast, while riffing on a real-life classified ad, Smith called off his impending retirement and churned out a script for TUSK last summer, wrapping production by the fall and being secured for release by UNDER THE SKIN distributor A24 Films shortly after. And while Smith’s social media presence has kept the horror community up to speed regarding the film, including announcements of the cast to some disturbing concept art, Smith has intentionally shrouded the identity of who would be playing one of the film’s protagonists, a Canadian detective named Guy LaPointe.

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