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    Are Indie Horror Movies In Trouble?

    Many figures in the horror community feel that the genre is being held back by a lack of historical awareness.

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    Larry Fessenden's 'Beneath' Was One of the Best Horror Films of Last Year. So Why Is Nobody Talking About It?

    "Beneath" was one of the best horror film of 2013. But most people never heard about it. Let's change that.

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    How Larry Fessenden's Chiller-Produced Shocker 'Beneath' Wrestles With the Made-For-TV Formula

    Larry Fessenden is best known for directing a series of spooky, atmospheric horror movies with a lot on their minds. "No Telling" was an environmentalist missive in Frankenstein's monster clothing. His masterful "Habit" toyed with the vampirism-as-disease metaphor while also incorporating themes inv...

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    Exclusive Bloody Poster for Larry Fessenden's Horror Flick 'Beneath'

    The Stanley Film Festival, an inaugural festival celebrating the best in independent horror, launches today in Estes Park, Colorado at the famous Stanley Hotel, the haunted landmark that inspired "The Shining"'s Overlook Hotel. To kick it off, Indiewire is pleased to debut the poster for one of the ...

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    Exclusive: Larry Fessenden Talks Horror Genre & 25 Year Anniversary Of His Glass Eye Pix Productions

    Outspoken Indie Horror Auteur Discusses Wanting To Make 'Werewolf By Night,' Almost Working With Guillermo del Toro & The State Of Modern HorrorHorror auteur Larry Fessenden's had an active 25 years in the industry. Starting out in the field of no-budget horror, he created Glass Eye Pix, a Brooklyn collective that has since become a breeding ground for promising young indie horror filmmakers. Once only seen in the credits for Fessenden's own movies, Glass Eye continues to expand into other genres as well, and this year they're celebrating a quarter of a century with a 25 year retrospective, taking place at the ReRun Gastropub Theater in Brook...

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