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    “RAZE” (Movie Review)

    How does one, as a storyteller, approach a film about women fighting to the death in a grisly secret tournament without risking accusations of misogyny? Without much grey area in the moral spectrum, one could approach the project exploitatively, harking back to the era of women-in-prison films or the ‘80s’ antiheroine actioners. Otherwise, one could attempt to focus on the characters, making an introspective study on morality and gender subversion while using extreme visuals to help prove the hypothesis.

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    EXCL: Gilford on First “PURGE 2″ Plot Details

    Although horror hitmaker Blumhouse Productions has had their hands full currently with PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES, they’ve also just begun production on their next scheduled sequel, THE PURGE 2. And while, as usual, details have been scant, FANGORIA has gotten some exclusive comments on the film, as well as whether or not we’ll be seeing some familiar faces.

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    Q&A: Alice Eve Talks “COLD COMES THE NIGHT”

    Among the glut of often derivative or uninspired psychological thrillers in the marketplace these days, Tze Chun’s COLD COMES THE NIGHT is a visually striking and intense story of blue-collar intrigue that follows a Russian hitman, a corrupt police officer and the desperate, deceptive woman between them. The latter role is inhabited by Alice Eve, markedly playing against type in this brutal and suspenseful indie film.

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    NY! Come to the Macabre Faire Film Festival next weekend

    Horror fans from the Tri-State Area and beyond: Long Island, NY is hosting the 5th annual Macabre Faire Film Festival, presented by TwitchTwitch Productions. From Friday-Sunday, January 17-19, genre fans will gather at the Best Western Miller River hotel (173 Sunrise Highway in Rockville Centre) for screenings, live music, guest stars and a formal Red Carpet gala.

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    Cage, Gardner in “RESOLUTION” Directors’ “SPRING”; EXCL Comments

    One of the more eagerly anticipated films of the year is the sophomore feature from RESOLUTION filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, SPRING. Having recently wrapped production in Italy, the seemingly intimate tale of a young man abroad and the mysterious woman he becomes entangled with (Lou Taylor Pucci and Nadia Hilker, respectively) has revealed a larger, exciting cast at hand.

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