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    “THE BABADOOK” and more Stylish Genre to Play NY’s New Directors/New Films

    Film Society of Lincoln Center and MoMA’s annual New Directors/NewFilms is a showcase of just that, a slate of exciting, emerging talent and the work they’ve created. The 2014 edition, as it’s revealed, is no exception, bringing two stunning, acclaimed Sundance titles to New York, as well as the highly anticipated new experimental giallo from Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani, THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS.

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    EXCL Comments: Voltaire Talks This Weekend’s Wicked NecroComic-Con

    New Jersey is quite the home for horror conventions, with high profile East Coast gatherings such as Chiller Theater, Bizarre AC and Monster-Mania already in residence in the Garden State. However, a new breed of convention aimed at those who prefer a more underground horror experience, moves in this weekend. Voltaire’s Wicked NecroComicon, takes place February 21st – 23rd, at the Hotel Somerset in Bridgewater, NJ.

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    Q&A: E.L. Katz on Subversive Horror-Comedy, “CHEAP THRILLS”

    Shock is a cornerstone of horror cinema, but it’s indeed rare for a film to retain lasting bite. CHEAP THRILLS, which you’ve undoubtedly heard about based on its tremendous festival fun, trades in both, ending up a gnashing, hilarious, subversive reflection of the types of indignities we like to watch each other suffer. A microcosm of a society that hosts embarrassment-as-entertainment, self-deception and class conflict, the most surprising thing about E.L. Katz’s feature debut is that it’s just that. FANGORIA spoke with the filmmaker, a longtime collaborator of YOU’RE NEXT’s Adam Wingard, about how he packed a killer cast, clever subtext and more into an accomplished first film.

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    Exclusive “SMOTHERED” photos: Bill Moseley as Freddy Krueger (?!); sneak preview news

    What happens when slashers get slashed? That’s the question posed by SMOTHERED, an all-star horror/comedy that sees Bill Moseley donning Freddy Krueger-esque garb, and has a special sneak preview at next month’s Mad Monster Party convention in North Carolina. Read on for the details and exclusive Moseley photos!

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    “ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE” Leads Boston Underground Film Festival’s First Wave

    The 16th Annual Boston Underground Film Festival approaches and today the April-set celebration of the “bizarre and insane” began to reveal what’s looking like a stellar lineup, including the highly anticipated new film from Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson, as well as acclaimed revenge thriller BLUE RUIN and much more!

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    “THE DEN” (Movie Review)

    The anonymity of the internet is the monster of THE DEN, a new POV/Found Footage title that aims (for at least the first half) to tell its story entirely from a computer screen. Opening with what must be a self-aware cheap jolt, director Zachary Donohue then unfurls a wide spectrum of malicious intent that Elizabeth (and by proxy you) is prey to by simply just being online. Viral pranks, swinging dicks and the harsh invalidation of your existence by someone immediately deciding they don’t want to chat with you give away to true evil, of course. As a film essentially about the horrors that await us online, THE DEN must go big in its cautionary tale and it does, alternately being effectively eerie and stumbling along the way.

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    “HOLY GHOST PEOPLE’s” Mitchell Altieri reveals next Butcher Brothers movie, plus new “RAISED BY WOLVES” poster

    While discussing his new cult chiller HOLY GHOST PEOPLE (pictured) with Fango for a feature story to appear at this site on Friday, director Mitchell Altieri gave us the scoop about his next project as one of The Butcher Brothers, and he also passed on the new poster for his upcoming film RAISED BY WOLVES.

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