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    EXCL: Ray Wise Confirms “TWIN PEAKS” Lynch-directed Blu-ray Promo

    It’s been 25 years (story-wise) since the world followed Agent Dale Cooper and his investigations into the surreal and horrifying town of TWIN PEAKS, breaking new ground in television and amassing a huge audience and enduring cult fanbase. Now, after a casting call for a TWIN PEAKS promo, purportedly directed by series co-creator David Lynch himself, rumors began to swell that we would see, however briefly, more of the PEAKS universe for the show’s upcoming Blu-ray release. This rumor was especially titillating as it would coincide with Laura Palmer’s posthumous sentiments to Agent Cooper and give the first new PEAKS to the generations that have discovered it in the years since its cancellation.

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    The Wolf of WWII: Robert McCammon Horror Adventure to be Adapted

    Well, this sounds super. Deadline is reporting Universal and producers Chris Morgan and Emile Gladstone have acquired the rights to Robert McCammon’s adventure novel THE WOLF’S HOUR for big screen adaptation. A tale of globe-trotting war horror that features lycanthropic espionage, a proper adaptation of this 1989 novel seems full of potential for old fashioned fun. 

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    [Sundance 2014] EXCL Images, Comments: “JAMIE MARKS IS DEAD”

    Easily the most recognizable of American festivals, it’s exciting that the 2014 edition of Sundance is so genre-heavy.  There’s of course the highly anticipated midnight section, but beyond that is a selection of several bits of horror scattered through the likes of NEXT, Premieres and, in the case of the below film, the U.S. Dramatic Competition. FANGORIA Presents an exclusive look at JAMIE MARKS IS DEAD, a brand new horror film rooted in the experience of youth from THE RUINS director Carter Smith.

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    Fake Trailer to Feature Film: The First Look at “CLOWN” is Here

    You may remember not too long ago, a trailer for a fake film from Eli Roth was rapidly shared around film sites. Titled CLOWN, the short piece previewed a picture in which a father finds himself unable to take off the clown costume he dons for his son’s birthday party. The difference however, between this and so many faux coming attractions, was aside from the Roth nod, there was little in the way of false grindhouse winking. CLOWN looked like a film we, and apparently Eli Roth, wanted to see.

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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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