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    Whatever Happened to “KRISTY”? Trailer Surfaces for Long-Delayed Thriller

    Known as SATANIC, RANDOM and KRISTY (this last one seems to be final), the Haley Bennet & Ashley Greene-starring, Oliver Blackburn-directed hooded killer thriller has been MIA for a long while, having been announced and shot in 2012 and blown through a proposed release date in 2013. Until now, our main look at the film has been a still of Greene as one of the attackers (that image came from EW, above), but a trailer has finally surfaced, seemingly for international release on DVD in Germany this August.

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    Sean Hogan’s “THE DEVIL’S BUSINESS” To Finally Hit U.S. DVD/Blu

    In 2011, UK filmmaker Sean Hogan’s intimate, literary, theatrical horror film THE DEVIL’S BUSINESS made festival rounds here in the U.S. An atmospheric, captivating work that finds two hitmen arrive at the home of their target and discuss life as they wait, unknowingly, for a horrific end, THE DEVIL’S BUSINESS unfortunately found no U.S. distribution in the wake of its run. Exciting news then, that the great folk at Mondo Macabro DVD will give the film just that this fall.

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    First Look: Gothic Anthology “THE MORTUARY COLLECTION” Crowdfunds

    Filmmaker Ryan Spindell, who displayed an EC-like tone and devious chops in short film THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM, is appropriately continuing down a mischievous path with horror anthology THE MORTUARY COLLECTION. Teaming with legendary NY indie horror outfit Glass Eye Pix (headed by Larry Fessenden), the four-story portmanteau is aimed as a Gothic, darkly humorous and twisted entry in the beloved subgenre. And like many current indie productions, it’s looking for a bit of help.

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  • Help Save Linnea Quigley’s House!

    FANGORIA has had a long, happy relationship with actress and horror movie legend Linnea Quigley. To know her is to love her. Her spirit. Her talent. Her kindness. Her love of animals and her all around warm, friendly aura.  She’s beautiful, vivacious, and audacious and she works harder than almost anyone we know. When FANGORIA found out about a recent rough stretch of misfortune that has befallen our beloved scream queen, we were concerned and knew we had to take it to you, her fans, to help.

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  • Shadowvision: “HALLOWEEN” (1978)

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black-and-white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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