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  • “TALES FROM THE CRYPT” Reboot Plot Details, Format Uncovered

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    Yesterday, the horror world’s head was spun when it was announced M. Night Shyamalan would be rebooting TALES FROM THE CRYPT for TNT, a move quite frankly very few saw coming. And while the news was met by varying degrees of responses, the most common of which would be “very cautious optimism” following Shyamalan’s comeback chiller THE VISIT and WAYWARD PINES, recent unconfirmed developments over at Bloody-Disgusting have taken a turn for the worse.

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  • Q&A: Director Lawrence Roeck on “DIABLO”

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    With the genre marketplace being as it is, it’s actually not quite surprising to see both westerns and horror movies, with secular fan bases in their own right, cross paths so often in recent months. With bone tomahawk, the hateful eight and and now Lawrence Roeck’s DIABLO, the line between gritty western, shocking horror and brutal thriller has become more and more blurred. And while the latter is probably more notable for its cast, which includes Western royalty Scott Eastwood as well as Walton Goggins and Danny Glover, the inspirations, hard-hitting violence, thematic material and cinematography from Dean Cundey make DIABLO a must see for horror fans. Fangoria caught up with Roeck to talk DIABLO, shooting an indie western and the film’s frightening influences…

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  • Arrow Video Announces U.S. Blu-ray Releases for “BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR”, “THE STUFF”

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    Upon hitting U.S. shores in late 2014, Arrow Video has truly gone above and beyond to give the Criterion treatment to its genre releases, no matter how obscure. With deluxe high definition reissues of titles like Brian Yuzna’s SOCIETY, Mario Bava’s BLOOD AND BLACK LACE and Tobe Hooper’s EATEN ALIVE, Arrow Video proved they could stand with the domestic boutique big boys, and with their first title announcements for 2016, they’re coming out of the gate swinging once again. 

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW” Goes South for “Rodeo Inferno”!

    A new year is upon us, and with a whole plethora of petrifying scare fare ahead of us, it’s only fitting that THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW kick off 2016 with one of their most twisted tales to date. Now in its eighth installment, this week’s story offers a gruesome tale of southern fried satanic panic, one that is as disgusting as it is dread-inducing. So strap yourself in and break out your spurs, as THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW is going to take you to the wild world of the “Rodeo Inferno.”

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  • “CHERRY TREE” (Film Review)

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    After collaborating on the superb and creepy WAKE WOOD, one would think that the combination of director David Keating and writer/producer Brendan McCarthy might be able to replicate that same magic (no pun intended) for an equally wicked follow-up, CHERRY TREE. Yet, when all is said and done, CHERRY TREE is a simply frustrating experience, often times pushing and pulling between what the story wants and what the genre demands. That’s not to say the film is outright terrible; in fact, the third act is rather ironclad, save for the final stinger of it all. But that’s also to say that CHERRY TREE feels unfocused, going for cheap scares and uncomfortably familiar imagery over anything truly terrifying or even exceptionally entertaining.

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  • Don’t Get Cross with The First “THE CONJURING 2” Trailer

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    Very few films can given the somewhat oxymoronic title of “contemporary classic,” but James Wan’s THE CONJURING has undoubtedly earned it. A worldwide sensation that debuted to commercial and critical acclaim in the summer of 2013, THE CONJURING ensured James Wan’s position as a bona fide master of horror and a Hollywood power player. But even as it seemed Wan would move on from horror for the time being, the filmmaker has returned to the case files of Ed and Lorraine Warren for THE CONJURING 2: THE ENFIELD POLTERGIEST, and now, we have our first look at the highly anticipated horror sequel.

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