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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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The Remake: 1946’s Strangler of the Swamp
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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Stunning Rick Baker Collection up for Auction
The highest end for film lovers and geek collectors must be prop auctions, right? What many of us stare at in wonder, or purchase miniature replicas of, a select few can realistically dispose their income on. Which is amazing. Who wouldn’t want a gremlin? If like me, you can’t have one, pore over the many…
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