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    Charles Band’s Wizard Studios Unveils First Films

    Charles Band, he of Full Moon Features and Wizard Video, has relaunched the Wizard name in the interest of acquiring and distributing the work of independent genre filmmakers via On Demand site Full Moon Streaming. Having announced his latest film adventure last month, Band & Co. are now ready to reveal the first titles from the brand new Wizard Studios, including a neo-giallo with Linnea Quigley and more. 

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    Cake and Tools: “BIG BAD WOLVES” Clip Preps for Torture

    BIG BAD WOLVES, the harrowing, yet darkly, darkly hilarious second feature from RABIES filmmakers Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, finds two men looking to exact revenge on a suspected child murderer the justice system failed to put away. Out this Friday, January 17, the latest clip highlights the leap in style from the duo’s first outing and some playful technique in the midst of this bleak tale. 

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    Redemption Announces First in The Cinema of Alain Robbe-Grillet Blu Series

    French author and filmmaker Alain Robbe-Grillet, who co-wrote Alain Resnais’ mesmerizing LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD, is seeing his own, often erotic, previously unavailable work as a director highlighted, newly mastered and released in the U.S. by Kino Lorber’s always fantastic Redemption Label. Opening the Cinema of Alain Robbe-Grillet series in February are TRANS-EUROP-EXPRESS and SUCCESSIVE SLIDINGS OF PLEASURE. Find art, full release info and a trailer for the five film-series, below.

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    [Sundance 2014] Director Jennifer Kent Previews “THE BABADOOK”

    While Sundance has grown intensely in both size and notoriety (likely the first thing that comes to mind when filmgoers hear the term ‘film festival’), it’s retained a significant, definitive quality: the element of surprise. A great many titles of the annual lineup do come with some level of anticipation, be it cast or filmmakers sure, but often its most discussed films seemingly come out of nowhere, flooring audiences and critics alike. In horror alone, this yearly tradition has yielded the likes of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT and SAW. In keeping with this spirit, Fango has opted to take a look at two films in the 2014 midnight lineup that arrive with little awareness, but may make a big impression. First up: Jennifer Kent’s THE BABADOOK.

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    EXCL Poster: IFC Midnight’s “HAUNT”

    Billed as a ghostly tale of sexual awakening, the Mac Carter-directed HAUNT finds a teenager’s blossoming relationship with his new neighbor entangled with the presence of a haunted, antique radio. Starring Liana Liberato and Harrison Gilbertson, as well as veteran actress Jacki Weaver (STOKER, PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK), the film which seems to blend an intimate connection with more traditional scares is on VOD and Digital Download February 7th and in limited theatrical release March 7th. You can find its brand new poster art, debuting exclusively on FANGORIA, below. 

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    Q&A: Sam Witwer on “BEING HUMAN’s” Fourth Season & More

    Who could have predicted that television would’ve been such a boon for the genre? Ten years ago, horror on television was virtually non-existent, or at best unabashedly campy due to the restrictions of standards and practices that butchered any fright film that made the transition to TV. Yet as censorship has become more relaxed and horror grows further and further into the eyes of casual audiences, horror seems to be everywhere on the small screen, whether it be on gory premium cable programming or brooding broadcast series.

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    “AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE” #3 (Comic Review)

    If you’re of the mind that AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE is akin to those Double Digests haunting supermarket checkout aisles across the nation, let’s just nip that thought in the bud. This is not your daddy’s Archie comic. Sure, we have good old Riverdale High, ginger-coiffed Archie Andrews and his gal pals Veronica and Betty, Pop Tate, Moose, Jughead…

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