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    Layers of Looking in Great Poster for Nacho Vigalondo’s “OPEN WINDOWS”

    A new film from Nacho Vigalondo is an exciting prospect. In his first two features—TIMECRIMES and EXTRATERRESTRIAL—he’s proved himself a varied, thrilling and heady filmmaker. If the layered, confrontational and immediately striking poster for his new Elijah Wood-starring thriller is any indication, OPEN WINDOWS follows the same trajectory.

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    Blumhouse puts Bacon on “6 MIRANDA DRIVE”

    Following the success of his horror-infused serial killer series, THE FOLLOWING, it was only a matter of time before Kevin Bacon returned to face more frights on the big screen. Now, word comes from The Hollywood Reporter that the FRIDAY THE 13TH and STIR OF ECHOES star has found his cinematic chiller comeback by the way of Blumhouse and Aussie horror director Greg McLean (WOLF CREEK) with the supernatural thriller 6 MIRANDA DRIVE.

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    The UK’s FrightFest Celebrates John Carpenter with Limited Prints

    FrightFest, the fantastic horror festival out of London and Glasgow is looking to not only revel in their love of genre film, but the stunning art that often coincides and the undeniable renaissance its currently having. The fest has launched FrightFest originals, a series of limited edition posters kicking off with five pieces of art for five John Carpenter favorites from five different artists and graphic designers. 

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    “HAUNT” (Movie Review)

    Sometimes, when telling a story about the afterlife, there’s an inherent understanding that plot and character can fall by the wayside in the name of pure, visceral terror. This particular subgenre is one of the oldest and easiest to execute, and thus there’s only so much in the way of originality and personality one can bring to ghost movies—essentially forcing filmmakers to choose style over substance. But if a horror story devotes itself solely to eliciting fear and subverting expectations, how much or easily can one forgive a lack of novelty or inspiration?

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    Clip: Propulsive Kitchen Fight from “HANNIBAL” Season Premiere

    The little I’ve seen of HANNIBAL is enough to make it very clear that the show, like TRUE DETECTIVE, is a stylish, cinematic delight. As season two approaches (and my catch-up looms), this preview clip of an all-out brawl between Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Laurence Fishburne’s Jack Crawford anticipates no different for the upcoming run.

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