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    International “DEVIL’S DUE” Poster Continues the Promotion’s Satanic Streak

    The poster campaign for Radio Silence’s upcoming found footage DEVIL’S DUE has been nonstop Satanic kitsch. It’s also been nonstop. But when those behind it are seemingly having fun juxtaposing songs about the birth of Christ with the birth of something worse, and positioning bloody pregnant women on upside down crosses and in the middle of ritualistic circles, who’s complaining? 

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    Frank Darabont Sues AMC Over “WALKING DEAD” Profits

    Just when you thought his bark was worse than his bite, Frank Darabont has officially drawn blood in his feud with AMC, suing the network over a breach of contract regarding profits from the smash hit show THE WALKING DEAD. The suit, which was broken publicly by The Hollywood Reporter, alleged that Darabont had been planning action from before his exit on the show and might have attributed to his abrupt exit days after the 2011 Comic Con that truly showed the show’s potential for greener pastures.

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    Caesar on the Attack in Official “DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES” Teaser

    If anything has changed from the teaser unveiled at this past summer’s San Diego Comic-Con and the official DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES teaser released today, it’s either none too drastic, or I just can’t spot it. It’s the still a rousing, misty  bit of anticipation that points toward the resurrection of this series being an exciting, successful one.

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    “PENNY DREADFUL” Tease: Eva Green and the Demons Within

    PENNY DREADFUL is an upcoming horror series from Showtime that takes its name from the thrilling, pulpy serials and Gothic novels of 1800s England. Thus, such is the setting for the show which aims to weave together classic macabre characters like Dorian Gray, Dr. Frankenstein and more, into one horror stew. Set to premiere this Spring 2014, the first visual teasers have debuted and the latest finds Eva Green under demonic influence, unwittingly praying to an upside down cross.

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    Keep Your Appointment with “THE WICKER MAN” Final Cut on Blu

    Fright fans, the wait is over. Lionsgate has announced that Robin Hardy’s final cut of THE WICKER MAN, which was released earlier this year for the film’s 40th anniversary, will be getting the Blu-ray treatment for the first time in the U.S. Even better is that the film is reportedly hitting shelves in mere days, as the Blu-ray will arrive on January 7th, alongside the re-mastered version’s VOD debut.

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    What’s in the Chili? Submit a Family Recipe and Win “WE ARE WHAT WE ARE”!

    You may not know, but WE ARE WHAT WE ARE (one of the best horror films of the year) and its source material, Jorge Michel Grau’s film of the same name, concern cannibals. They’re not exactly raving lunatics, backwoods variety, but instead a bit more solemn; the consuming of flesh reserved for an annual holiday dinner. Speaking of, we’re in the midst of a season of annual holiday dinners, are we not? We’d like you to capitalize on that and win a Blu-ray of Jim Mickle’s excellent WE ARE WHAT WE ARE and an official apron (see below).

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    “TOAD ROAD” (Movie Review)

    In TOAD ROAD, Hell is many things. One is a destination, of course. More than that however, it’s a goal. It’s also a time and a place in our lives where there’s nothing left (and nothing better) to do than self-destruct. Then, for what could be one of the most tragic characters in contemporary horror, it’s greater than just something fiery and frightening. It’s transcendental, a higher plane. And in TOAD ROAD, all of these possibilities converge, as do documentary and fiction, as do folklore and bored suburban youth, as do the misguided Sara, her poetic quest for otherworldliness, her shitty friends and all of the psychedelics they ingest.  It ends sunken and haunting, a unique and uniquely affecting modern tale of terror.

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    Trailer: Elijah Wood’s Hitchcockian Dazzler, “GRAND PIANO”

    An endlessly thrilling exercise in classic suspense and wonderful style, Eugenio Mira’s GRAND PIANO has debuted its official trailer for the upcoming U.S. release. It’s a neat set up, laying the conceit of the film before us and then proceeding to unload a deluge of the film’s elating visual flair. It’s a good taste of an audience experience that’s very exciting, indeed.

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    The Year in Horror, 2013: Chris Alexander’s Top Films

    One of the pleasures of loving horror cinema is defining exactly what a horror movie is. Let’s face it, many of our most beloved morbid masterpieces were not considered horror films by their helmers, the very word “horror” deemed to be a grotty ghetto bottom feeder genre by many. To me, horror is that swelling feeling of dread and terror. It’s the sadness of death, the misery of shocking violent death, the anxiety about the “other”—whether an external, or internal, threat—and often, just the sheer phantasmagorical punch of seeing things that do not, and cannot exist, in the natural world suddenly run rampant before our eyes.

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