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  • NY/NJ! Win Two Tickets to See “BITE” on The Big Screen!

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    Folks, I’ve seen BITE, and for the record, it’s going to gross you out. Whether you’re a hardened horror hound or a casual viewer, Chad Archibald’s contemporary body horror offering grabs the audience by the stomach and refuses to stop twisting, throwing disgusting set-pieces one after the other, and if you’re a real horror fan, you know what that means: this is the kind of movie best seen in a room full of people. Luckily, Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers and Scream Factory agree, bringing BITE to audiences one week before it’s limited release in all of its gooey glory on Saturday, April 30th. Even luckier for our NY-area based readers, FANGORIA is giving away two tickets to see this fright flick on the big screen!

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  • Crossing Over: “REGULAR SHOW”

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    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, a column that highlights the films, series and content out there outside of horror that is fashioned towards or pays tribute to our beloved genre. By shining a light onto these projects, FANGORIA hopes to open a world of entertainment perfect for fright fans that lies just beyond the borders of the horror community. So without further ado…

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  • Sci-Fi Horror “THE CURSE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY” Gets Free NYC screening on May 9th!

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    You’ve never seen a fairy tale like this when FANGORIA hosts a free NYC screening of THE CURSE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY, director Pearry (NECROMENTIA) Teo’s new horror fantasy. The screening will be held on Monday, May 9th at 7 p.m. at the Helen Mills Theater (137-139 West 26th Street). Set in present day, the movie stars Ethan (NOTHING LEFT TO FEAR) Peck, Natalie (TRUE BLOOD) Hall, India (UNDERWORLD: AWAKENING) Eisley and original WILLARD lead Bruce Davison. Rising indie horror sensation Teo, who also helmed DRACULA: THE DARK PRINCE, THE GENE GENERATION and THE EVIL INSIDE, will attend the show and take part in a Q&A.

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  • Female Horror Anthology “XX” loses Mary Harron, Gains St. Vincent’s Annie Clark

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    It seems almost like forever ago that XX, the horror anthology from XYZ Films featuring an all-female filmmaker line-up, was announced. Yet in that time since, little information has come out about the film outside of its rotating roster of filmmakers, with filmmakers Jean & Sylvia Soska having departed the project through it’s various stages of development. Now, the latest update comes with both good news and bad news: the bad news is that AMERICAN PSYCHO helmer Mary Harron has also departed the project, but the good news is that XX will feature the directorial debut of St. Vincent musician Annie Clark.

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  • Joe Begos’ head-buster “THE MIND’S EYE” sees distribution

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    The ALMOST HUMAN team returns with THE MIND’S EYE, which has been blowing away fest audiences and has just been announced for North American release.

    RLJ Entertainment has revealed that it acquired the rights to THE MIND’S EYE, with theatrical and VOD play set for a date to be determined later this year. After world-premiering at the 2015 Toronto Film Festival, the movie nabbed the Best Director, Horror Feature award at last year’s Fantastic Fest. ALMOST HUMAN star Graham Skipper returns for this homage to David Cronenberg and other science shockers, joined by DARLING’s Lauren Ashley Carter and John Speredakos, SOME KIND OF HATE’s Noah Segan, Glass Eye Pix’s Larry Fessenden and THE BATTERY creator Jeremy Gardner; Brian Spears and Pete Gerner created the copious and grisly makeup FX. The synopsis: “When Zack [Skipper] and Rachel [Carter], who both have telekinetic powers, are discovered by Dr. Slovak [Speredakos], they think they have found someone who wants to help them. But they soon learn that Dr. Slovak’s real intentions are to drain their abilities from them so he can use them for himself. Now, they must work together to stop this madman from achieving his goals.”

    “Joe has an amazing eye and a clear love of old-school genre films,” says RLJ’s Mark Ward. “His first feature had a cult following, and we are excited to share his new vision of horror with audiences.” We’ll keep you posted on a debut date; see our MIND’S EYE review here and first coverage here.

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  • Exclusive photos, plus trailer: A Banner year for serial murder in “PRETTY FINE THINGS”

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    Weber Pictures, the indie outfit that previously brought us supernaturally oriented features like WITCHES BLOOD and SHERIFF TOM VS. THE ZOMBIES, ventures into the realm of murderous madness with PRETTY FINE THINGS, featuring genre faves Lynn Lowry and Andrew Divoff. We’ve got a bunch of exclusive pics to share after the jump, along with the trailer.

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