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The Remake: On The Asian Horror Remake Boom
This May brings a remake of early 80s all-timer, Poltergeist, the latest in a long (long) line of cinematic reboots, retreads and more. By now, the ubiquity of reimaginings has rendered their existence less of a transgression than ever, with Poltergeist barely getting anyone up in arms. At the same time, the concept of remakes is…
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First Hannibal S3 Clip: TV’s Most Stylish Horror Show
Hannibal, Bryan Fuller’s often stunning adaptation and vision of the Thomas Harris Lecterverse, has an incredible distinction: its look. Endlessly elegant and artful, it’s one of the best looking shows on television; that’s not to mention one of the most macabre, as well. Season Three’s anticipated Europen vacation only promises to go big or get…
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Official Poster: Mark Duplass is a Creep
There’s essentially one main still from Creep, the Patrick Brice & Mark Duplass Blumhouse production about a cameraman and the erratic, possibly dangerous subject  he’s hired to follow. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that shadowy image serves as the film’s key poster art, as well. 
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Trailer: Awesome, Reckless Thriller, Cop Car
Cop Car is crazy. A World Premiere in the Midnight section of this past winter’s Sundance Film Festival, Jon Watts’ stomach-knotting boys adventure thriller is  a terrific exercise in recklessness and tension. Get a taste of its mad energy in the newly released official trailer.
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Shock Q&A: Insidious: Chapter 3’s Leigh Whannell Looks to the Past and the Future
A little over ten years ago, Australian filmmakers James Wan and Leigh Whannell arrived in the U.S. with a disturbing twist on the serial killer thriller called Saw, a movie that led to annual Halloween franchise for almost seven years. Following several projects, the pair returned in a major way with haunter hit Insidious, the rousing Toronto premiere of which…
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