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  • IFC Midnight Nabs Mickey Keating’s Festival Favorite “CARNAGE PARK”

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    If the pace of his output is any indication, horror heads are going to be hearing the name “Mickey Keating” more often than not from here on out. Between his alien abduction film POD hitting last fall, his psychological thriller DARLING hitting in mere weeks and his latest film PSYCHOPATHS currently underway, Keating’s workman-like production schedule is impressive on almost every level… and this isn’t even considering his sniper thriller, CARNAGE PARK, which is currently demolishing audiences over the festival scene. And now, after high marks out of both Sundance and SXSW, Variety has confirmed that IFC Midnight will be bringing CARNAGE PARK to fright fans later this year!

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  • Exclusive Stills, Comments: Apocalyptic Comedy “HOT” from “BAD MILO” Producer

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    As the horror genre knows so well, the changing of time and media has led to more and more outlets in which scare fare can reach the world. In this landscape, one of the emerging artist-friendly VOD companies as of late has been VHX, a digital distribution platform known to horror hounds as the home of Troma NOW! and the self-distribution method for Jeremy Gardner’s THE BATTERY. Now, FANGORIA learned that Glydascope Magnet Films has released the latest film from Caliber Media producer Dallas Sonnier (BONE TOMAHAWK, BAD MILO!), the post-apocalyptic comedy HOT, exclusively via VHX, and FANGORIA has exclusive stills and words from Sonnier himself!

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Licensed Horror Attractions We’d Love To Experience!

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    With the evolution of horror moving towards the interactive experience, venues around the world have been changing the way fright fans consume fear. Whether it’s haunted attractions, scary escape rooms, extreme haunts, immersive theater or eerie ARG’s, horror hounds don’t just want to see the genre, they want to live it. And with many outlets licensing their petrifying properties to these venues (such as ScareHouse’s KRAMPUS attraction, BBQ Films’ events and Universal’s Horror Nights), FANGORIA has assembled the top 10 horror properties we would love to experience as interactive attractions!

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  • “THE SIMILARS” (Film Review)

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    Isaac Ezban’s second feature, THE SIMILARS, opens at night amidst a heavy rain. We are introduced to a man who although crucial to the story is not the focus, a powerfully voiced narrator explains. Within these first few moments, it’s pretty clear what we’re in for: a stylish old-school science fiction throwback in muted colors with a whole lot of atmosphere.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Is Green For Irish Horror!

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    With St. Patrick’s Day in their immediate future, THE RANTS MACABRE has decided to search for horror in the land of green, Ireland. And even though their selections of Irish scare fare is diverse, Darren & Mindy look for a cultural and stylistic continuity in each terror title, from the work of Bram Stoker to more recent wicked offerings.

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  • “BLAIR WITCH” Director & Blumhouse Team for “SEVENFOLD”

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    Starting his career with one of the highest-grossing independent films of all time, director Eduardo Sanchez has largely been able to escape the shadow of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT with a resume of impressive genre projects over the past 20 years. And while Sanchez remains busy in horror, directing episodes of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES and INTRUDERS amidst the perpetually swirling rumors of a third BLAIR WITCH film, Deadline broke news over the weekend that Sanchez is teaming with Blumhouse Productions for his next project, entitled SEVENFOLD.

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  • “HUSH” (2016; SXSW Movie Review)

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    While Mike Flanagan’s nightmares-come-true chiller BEFORE I WAKE remains stranded in Relativity’s bankruptcy limbo, he has returned to his low-budget roots from whence his standout debut feature ABSENTIA was spawned, and come up with another winner in HUSH, a good old-fashioned truly scary movie.

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