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    Q&A: Zachary Quinto on “BANSHEE CHAPTER”

    Psychotropic horror has been growing in popularity, as the genre further explores the dark side of mind expansion and imaginative filmmakers have found new ways to link these fears to the supernatural. One such connection is presented in BANSHEE CHAPTER, and one of those creators is actor-turned-producer Zachary Quinto, who spoke to FANGORIA about bringing it to the screen.

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    Horror/comedy “KILL ME NOW” makes on-line debut

    Are you bummed out by the oh-so-serious horror fare invading theaters over the next few weeks? Well, fortunately, there’s a new horror/comedy venture that’s only a click away, as the people behind the independently produced KILL ME NOW have eschewed theaters and VOD, self-distributing the film through it’s official website.

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    FANGORIA Screamers: Jeff Tuttle’s “CATHEXIS”

    For FANGORIA Screamers, the New Year means new talent. Currently the vocalist of of Detroit heavy weird punks Old Gods and formerly of notorious metal outfit The Dillinger Escape Plan—and even an occasional resident here at FANGORIA—director Jeff Tuttle is relatively young in the moviemaking game. Still, his work is dripping in black ooze, as well as assurance and boldness, looking to prod what makes our skin crawl and minds warp.

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    [Sundance 2014] Full “KILLERS” Trailer: Bonded by Murder

    World Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in just over a week, the new film from the Mo Brothers (Timo Tjahjanto and Kimo Stamboel) looks to present a tale of two men brought together by violent impulse. While the film’s latest, full trailer isn’t as graphic as the strobing teaser we previously shined a light on, it’s no less enticing of what’s hopefully a thrilling, gruesome portrait of male competition… and a little bit of bromance.

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    New Photos: Bana and Ramirez in Derrickson’s “DELIVER US FROM EVIL”

    DELIVER US FROM EVIL is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated major horror titles of 2014. Not only is it director Scott Derrickson’s follow-up to the highly praised SINISTER, but it’s slated for early July, a month that was a wonderful fit for 2013′s THE CONJURING and one that boasts confidence in the film on Sony’s part. Not to mention, Jaume Collet-Serra’s awesome ORPHAN did pretty well for itself there in summer 2009. Thirdly, and this is entirely more specific to me, DELIVER US FROM EVIL was shot on location, and takes place in, The Bronx. Hometown horror is a highly exciting prospect, and moreover, good, urban, city-based horror is all too rare. 

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