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    Fantastic Fest: Drafthouse and FilmBuff Grab Lou Taylor Pucci Starrer 'Spring'

    Drafthouse Films and FilmBuff have picked up US distribution rights to directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's romance horror "Spring," a TIFF premiere starring Lou Taylor Pucci that's now scaring up Drafthouse's own Fantastic Fest in Austin.

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    Watch: Trailer For TIFF Horror ‘Spring’ Starring Lou Taylor Pucci

    While the bulk of press coverage during major film festivals is centered on handicapping the awards prospects of the more buzzy dramatic films, the past decade has seen genre films make up a growing portion of festival schedules, with many of them breaking out of the midnight screening ghetto they w...

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    Exclusive Trailer: Debauchery in the Woods in 'All Together Now,' Premiering at LA Film Festival

    Ahead of its premiere at the LA Film Festival next week, Indiewire has the exclysive trailer for "All Together Now." The film definitely seems to live up to its title, as Ron (Lou Taylor Pucci) decides to throw a party at a shed in the middle of the woods, inviting four bands and all of his friends,...

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    SXSW Review: Why Fede Alvarez's 'Evil Dead' Remake Can't Match the Fun of the Originals

    The first two entries in Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" trilogy -- released in 1981 and 1987, respectively -- delivered such delightfully inventive takes on the horror genre that no remake could possibly match their originality. Respectably enough, with his snazzy redressing of the first movie, director Fe...

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    Lou Taylor Pucci Is One Of 'The Evil Dead'

    The Sam Raimi-produced, Diablo Cody-polished, Fede Alvarez-directed "The Evil Dead" remake continues to line up some young victims and the latest is a name who has been working steadily the past few years, but hasn't quite matched his breakout film.

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