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    The Year in Horror, 2013: Rebekah McKendry’s Best Of

    2013 was a great year for indies. Studio horror pics were still there setting box office records, but the smaller films are the ones that fans clung to and championed. We also saw a burst of horror on television. Granted, SLEEPY HOLLOW, DRACULA, and others may not have been my first choice for scares, but just seeing the major networks support the genre warmed my horror-loving heart. This was also an unexpected year, as many of the films on my list, I honestly did not expect to love as much as I did. Here’s to continuing that trend in 2014!

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    “13/13/13” (DVD Review)

    Taking a break from MEGA THIS and GIANT THAT and focusing on a smaller story, The Asylum brought us 13/13/13, a film devoid of any creatures that instead tries its hand at suspense—and ultimately leaves one wishing for more shark tales.

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    Trailer: Joe Swanberg’s Fetish Photography Thriller, “24 EXPOSURES”

    Prolific indie filmmaker Joe Swanberg, most closely associated with “mumblecore,” but who’s increasingly stepped into overt genre helming his own SILVER BULLETS and the V/H/S segment “The Sick That Happened To Emily When She Was Younger”, and starring in the likes of the acclaimed YOU’RE NEXT and PROXY, reteams with A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE filmmakers Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett for the sort of neo-late night thriller 24 EXPOSURES. 

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    To Be A Wtich; First Teaser for WGN’s “SALEM” Series

    A stylish, smirking tease for WGN’s upcoming premiere scripted series, based around actual supernatural happenings midst the infamous and tragic Salem Witch Trials, has debuted. In the clip, a voiceover runs down the criteria for judging one a witch, while every major punishment from the noose to the stake to the pillory is doled out. Plenty of knowing smiles from the accused accompany the abuse, leaving us to believe they’ll surmount the accusers when SALEM airs next April.

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