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    Full Moon Streaming Teams with Blue Underground

    Full Moon’s subscription streaming service, which offers the entire library of Full Moon Features On Demand for roughly $7 a month has added serious incentive: fifty titles from William Lustig’s Blue Underground label that range from essentials like MONDO CANE and DON’T TORTURE A DUCKLING to cult must-sees GOODBYE UNCLE TOM and FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE, and much more.

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    “THE SACRAMENT” leads Miami International’s Mayhem; Programmer Comments

    Last week the Miami International Film Festival announced the line-up for its popular (and always cleverly curated) Mayhem section, which will feature the North American premiere of Alfredo Montero’s IN DARKNESS WE FALL, Alex de la Iglesia’s WITCHING & BITCHING, James Ward Byrkit’s COHERENCE, and THE SACRAMENT with director Ti West in attendance.

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    Weird Poster, Eerie Stills: Ben Wheatley’s Fantastic “A FIELD IN ENGLAND”

    Ben Wheatley’s latest, the thrilling, overwhelming and very, very strange A FIELD IN ENGLAND is almost upon us. In building anticipation for this singular picture, Drafthouse Films has teamed with frequent collaborator Jay Shaw on a secnd, brand new, even more intense poster, one that both gets to the heart of the film’s surreal elements and references its creepiest scene, of which you can also preview in some new stills.

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    FANGORIA Sponsors Hamilton’s Fright Night presentation of “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH”

    Just outside of Toronto, Canada is the city of Hamilton, birthplace and deathplace of DARK SHADOWS icon Jonathan Frid and home to a hotbed of horror. Since 2009 the hub of Hamilton’s macabre culture and shock cinema scene has been Fright Night Theatre, in which all manner of miscreant gather to screen new and indie schlock. And now FANGORIA will be sticking its sticky seal of approval on their noble pursuit, starting with their upcoming screening of Troma’s go-for-broke trash sequel RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH.

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    “FAULTS”, Dick Miller and “TEXAS CHAIN SAW” Lead Genre in First SXSW Lineup Announcement

    Sundance has wrapped, the next major U.S. Film Festival is gearing up and true to trend, it seems all of the genre and all of the weird can’t be confined to a singular midnight section. In anticipation of the Midnighters announcement to come, take a look at the first wave of horror within SXSW 2014, which includes Riley Stearns’ feature debut, a documentary on legendary character actor Dick Miller, highly anticipated new films from Alejandro Jodorowsky and Nacho Vigalondo and celebrations of towering classics GODZILLA and THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE.

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