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    [SDCC '13] Come to the “EVIL DEAD” Party Saturday Night!

    What to do after the convention ends for the day? As San Diego Comic-Con has blown past niche gathering into pop culture phenomenon, the answer has become parties. Like the convention, they are often packed and loud. Unlike the convention, there is often open bar. With the DVD/Blu release here, Sony is throwing an EVIL DEAD-themed bash and hey, you’re invited.

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    “BENEATH” (Movie Review)

    BENEATH is a movie that plays best if you don’t take it too literally. That may seem an odd thing to say about a flick in which a killer fish chows down on hapless teenagers, but then most nature-amok low-budgeters aren’t directed by Larry Fessenden, who never metaphor he didn’t like.

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    Toronto! Hang out with Danielle Harris and See “HATCHET III”!

    FANGORIA, Cineplex Odeon and Raven Banner Pictures want to make one of our lucky Toronto readers’ blood-drenched dreams come true. We’re giving you the chance to meet horror superstar Danielle Harris at a private party on Wednesday, July 24th right before whisking you away with her to see the Toronto premiere of her latest flick, the Adam Green-written and produced gorefest HATCHET III at the Cineplex Odeon Yonge and Dundas Theatre, as part of their Sinister Cinema series.

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    Creators and stars talk “HOLLISTON” Season Two & More

    In HOLLISTON (now in its second season Tuesday nights on FEARnet), aspiring filmmakers Adam and Joe, played by series creator/writer Adam Green (of HATCHET fame) and his fellow executive producer Joe Lynch (director of WRONG TURN 2), break Kane Hodder (the FRIDAY THE 13TH go-to Jason plays a version of himself) out of a hospital and move him into Adam’s apartment so that he’ll star in the duo’s horror short. Heads spin EXORCIST-style, Danielle Harris shows up as herself, Bailee Madison of ONCE UPON A TIME appears in an ORPHAN send-up and Adam gets advice from a hideous closet monster called Oderous Urungus (Dave Brockie). Just your typical sitcom – if sitcoms were designed by and for horror fans.

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