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    Paz de la Huerta is bloody, obsessive in new “NURSE 3D” Spot, Images

    There’s something familiar about NURSE 3D. Yes, the old fashioned obsessed, psychotic woman story. But in promoting itself as kind of an unabashedly trashy thriller, it also looks to have something notable and monstrous in the stalking and stalk-like Paz de la Huerta. We’ve yet to see if her performance will be one for the insane-o ages, but this latest TV spot and one new photo in particular paints her as a lunging, leering, bloody, hostile thing. 

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    Q&A: Eduardo Sanchez on 15 Years of “THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT”

    As the 2014 Sundance Film Festival—a particularly genre-heavy one at that, gets underway—the year also marks the 15th anniversary of what’s arguably the renowned fest’s biggest horror surprise: THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, a tiny piece of fright filmmaking that rocketed out of nowhere to become a sensation with a technique that’s not only still in use, but more popular than ever. THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, while endlessly parodied, appropriated and overexposed, remains a household name for a reason. Its influence holds, sure, but so does its power. Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez’s first person account of missing documentarians is still all too eerie, and all too perfect for annual autumnal viewing. In celebration of the film, as well as the festival that helped launch it, FANGORIA and co-director Sánchez look back on BLAIR WITCH, their Sundance experience and its ultimate legacy.

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    [Sundance 2014] Jay Shaw’s Great Poster for Killer Kid Film “COOTIES”

    Co-written by Ian Brennan and INSIDIOUS’ Leigh Whannell, COOTIES pits a group of teachers (played by a fantastic ensemble of comedic performers) against an elementary school brimming with infected, violent children. Killer kids and killing kids? Is this the energetic, black comedy Sundance Midnighter we’re hoping for? If its new poster by the always on-point Jay Shaw is any indication…

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