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    TV Review: “REELSIDE PRESENTS GEORGE A. ROMERO”

    Now screening on Canadian pay television is REELSIDE , a new 6-part series executive produced by veteran Toronto film critic and journalist Richard Crouse in which key Canadian performers and artists explore the creative mechanisms of their similarly Northern based colleagues. In the first beautifully shot installment, David Cronenberg favorite Sarah Gadon joined forces with Cronenberg’s photographer daughter Caitlin on an art project, and future episodes will see the likes of Seth Rogen and Bruce McDonald also discussing their own processes and struggles to make their voices heard.

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    “SALEM: Season 2, Episode 11″ (TV Review)

    One of the things this writer respects the most about SALEM is that, despite maintaining an excellent serialized narrative and visual continuity, every episode takes on a different shape based on its individual storyteller. Luckily, one of season two’s constant directorial presences, Nick Copus, has proven his episodic contributions to be among the more intense and scary offerings in the series’ history. And with Copus’ most recent (and last) episode this season, “On Earth As In Hell,” SALEM ups the fright factor by tenfold while still offer the same satisfying shocks as the shows fans have come to expect.

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    Exclusive Clip: Evan Peters and Mark Duplass talk “THE LAZARUS EFFECT”

    While the story of life, death and rebirth is not a tale unfamiliar to the horror genre, what happens to follow these Frankenstein’s back from the grave is what draws fright fans back to this archetype again and again. Whether it’s madness, vengeful spirits of hell itself, these stories has been a cause for nightmares in tales like RE-ANIMATOR, HELLRAISER, and recently, David Gelb’s THE LAZARUS EFFECT. And with the latter film hitting DVD/Blu-ray this week from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, FANGORIA has unveiled an exclusive clip from the disc’s special features, which you can see below!

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    “HANNIBAL: Season 3, Episode 2″ (TV Review)

    Ever existing as the classiest chiller on television at the moment, HANNIBAL’s third episode begins to clarify the events following the season two finale in its second episode, “Primavera.” While this episode is certainly less sinister in nature, nearly completely backing off of Hannibal to focus on Will, Abigail and Inspector Pazzi, an Italian detective who previously had a run-in with a much younger Lecter. However, one might argue that “Primavera” is an ultimately scarier episode than its predecessor, focusing more on the visceral and hallucinatory side of Bryan Fuller’s surrealistic vision while exploring the depths of Will and Hannibal’s dependency on one another.

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    Q&A: Kristen Connolly Talks ABC’s Paranormal Series “THE WHISPERS”

    In ABC’s new series THE WHISPERS (airing Monday nights at 10/9 Central), loosely based by show creator Soo Hugh on Ray Bradbury’s short story “The Zero Hour,” assorted adults must deal with the sinister influence exerted over children by a mysterious presence named Drill. As Drill’s circle of young “friends” expands, it becomes clear he has a special interest in the offspring of people who are highly placed in the government, scientists and those who work with nuclear-power sources.

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