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    The Horror! Dimension Picks Up 'Livid'; 'Dibbuk Box' Becomes 'The Possession' & 'Massacre' Adds 3

    Here's some updates from the horror world to scare you silly or at least inform you.

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    Harvey Weinstein and His Mommy Pleaser, "Sarah's Key"

    Never judge a movie by its poster when it comes to The Weinstein Company. Last year when Harvey and co. dropped the first poster for "The King's Speech" my jaw hit the floor...and not in a good way (see above to get an idea). But hey, that film went on to win Best Picture at the Oscars, so who am I ...

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    A Yiddish-Speaker Sees "Romeo and Juliet in Yiddish."

    You don't have to find the Yiddish language inherently amusing to get something out of "Romeo and Juliet in Yiddish" -- which is currently playing at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center -- but it helps. A linguistic oddity with oodles of charm, it cleverly satirizes...

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    HBO Sets Martin Scorsese's Doc 'George Harrison: Living in the Material World' For October Premiere

    It was way back in September 2007 that we first heard news of Martin Scorsese’s planned George Harrison documentary, “George Harrison: Living in the Material World.” Since then he’s directed a documentary for another renowned music act with The Rolling Stones’ “Shine a Light,” and even found time to...

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    David S. Goyer To Write 'Godzilla' For 'Monsters' Director Gareth Edwards

    So, just how happy is Legendary Pictures with writer David S. Goyer? The man has had a pen in all three of Christopher Nolan's Batman films and he's putting his stamp on Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel." In short, he's been behind some of their most successful projects and is readying a couple of their ...

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    Daily indieWIRE Clicks: Errol Morris Talks, Sean Penn Goes Goth & More

    Today on indieWIRE Sean Penn dons a wig, "Tabloid" is a hit with the critics and much more.

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    Flashback - "Black Girl" Film By Ossie Davis

    Black Girl is a 1972 film directed by former actor, playwright and social activist Ossie Davis. The film is based on the off-Broadway successful play, Black Girl, by J. E. Franklin and tells the story of young girl's desire to become a dancer despite being a high school dropout and facing ridicule ...

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    Nick Frost The Final Dwarf In Universal's Suddenly Awesome 'Snow White And The Huntsman'

    While Universal may have lost the release date battle against Relativity for their competing Snow White films, they may have very well won the war. Time will tell, but while Tarsem is currently very, very busy filming his movie and hoping to make it in time for its spring release, Universal has calm...

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    Oh The (Female) Horror! Viscera Film Festival Launches in LA

    The Viscera Film Festival, featuring horror shorts made by femme directors, launches this weekend in Los Angeles. Running the gamut from hard-to-watch gross-out gore to slowly suspenseful, this festival proves that “women can be just as twisted, emotionally grinding, terror-inducing and splatter spe...

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    'Battle: Los Angeles' Director Jonathan Liebesman Sets Up 'Patton'-Esque Julius Caesar Pic At WB

    Say what you will about the quality of "Battle: Los Angeles" or "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning," but with those films bringing in $202 million and $51 million, respectively worldwide (the latter on a slim budget of $16 million), the bottom line is that even if critics don't get with dir...

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