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    Keep an Eye Out: The Five Best from SXSW

    It’s not as if confinement as a motif is rare, especially in low budget, independent and horror cinema. You know:  movies making the most of one location that can’t afford to get the fuck out (eventually taking up plenty of space in film festivals in the process). It still plays like a dark joke however to see confinement in films when you yourself are pulling four-five movie days in a dark theater. At least the three major housebound (one of them is called HOUSEBOUND) genre titles at the 2014 SXSW film festival were some of the best the fest had to offer, all while varying greatly in style, theme, tone, ponytail bounce and bleak worldview.

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    Q&A: Billy Zane on Horror Roles Past and Present

    Whether it be as ruthless, manipulative villains or as handsome, smooth-talking protagonists, there’s few actors who bring as much natural charisma and dedication to their genre roles as Billy Zane. After capturing the attention of international audiences with his turn in DEAD CALM, Zane has proven himself to be a universal asset to multiple genre productions, whether it be a comic turn such as TALES FROM THE CRYPT: DEMON KNIGHT or more esoteric and mysterious like TWIN PEAKS. As his reputation as a solid genre performer continues to grow, Zane spoke to FANGORIA about his past horror successes as well as what dark corners he just might explore further down his career trajectory…

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    Denis Villenueve’s “ENEMY” (Movie Review)

    Lynchian, as a term, is often used as synonymous with something that’s simply weird. Specifically though, the director’s surreal visuals balloon not out of randomness or an overly complex plot, but a basic idea; a core emotion. It’s the frightening pictures and strange scenarios that manifest in your subconscious as a result of our fundamental anxieties that Lynch and Lynchian works are tapping into. To that end, Denis Villenueve’s ENEMY is entirely so (and that’s aside from the presence of Isabella Rossellini). A story of undeserved malaise and the old adage, “once a cheater, always so,” the film uncomfortably hangs above the audience just as a massive spider looms above Toronto in its main character’s nightmares.

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    Exclusive “PATRICK: EVIL AWAKENS” Set Visit, Part Two: The Veterans

    Mark Hartley’s PATRICK: EVIL AWAKENS, in theaters and on VOD today from Phase 4 Films (see first part of this set report here), is a de facto reunion of sorts for several people who worked on the first one, including costume designer Aphrodite Kondos and of course producer Antony I. Ginnane, who must be credited as the driving force behind the whole project.

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