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    Join a Deadly Paradise for Cult Followers in 'The Sacrament'

    Pairing the abhorrent Jonestown Massacre with the terrifyingly immersive capabilities of found footage horror, Mumblecore director TI West brings such murderous fervor to the 21 century in "The Sacrament".

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    Review: Ti West's 'The Sacrament' Both Fresh And A Missed Opportunity

    Thirty-three years on from "Cannibal Holocaust" and fourteen from "The Blair Witch Project," found-footage horror is still going strong. It's no surprise really: they're cheap to make, consistently popular and almost always hugely profitable. But even with the "Paranormal Activity" and "V/H/S" franc...

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    Cancel All Your Plans: This Summer Movie Weekend Offers a Diverse Slate of Must-Sees

    Has there been a better weekend for movies this year than this one? Friday offers more than enough for all tastes, temperaments and attention spans, from the saccharine ("The Fault in Our Stars") and acidic ("Borgman") to the crowd-pleasing ("Edge of Tomorrow") and deeply disturbing ("The Sacrament"...

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    Review: How Does Ti West's 'The Sacrament' Compare to His Other Films?

    The "Ti West Style" is one of indie horror's greatest myths.

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    Director Ti West Says Pay For Movies, Don't Pirate Them, As VOD Sales Grow & Blu-Ray Purchases Slow

    As an independent film’s opening weekend approaches, audiences are increasingly faced with a new consideration. What happens when you see the words “VOD and iTunes” next to a film’s theatrical release date, as with this weekend’s “The Double”? Does it not matter, or does it dissuade you from that mu...

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    Ti West On Why Piracy Hurts Indie Film (and It's Not All About The Money)

    In an impassioned open letter to the internet, director Ti West explains why piracy hurts indie films in particular.

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    Not Into 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'? Here Are Three Raved-About Indies to See This Weekend

    Superhero Movie Season is in full swing this weekend as "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" starring Andrew Garfield nets multiplexes far and wide. But those who're feeling the tentpole blues can seek solace in three well-reviewed indie offerings: "Ida" and "Belle" hit select cities, while Ti West's found-fo...

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    Review: How Does 'The Sacrament' Compare to Other Ti West Films?

    West is a clever, self-aware filmmaker who makes movies laced with subtle but confident in-jokes for discerning viewers.

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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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    John Travolta & Ethan Hawke Join Ti West's Revenge Western; Steve Carell Is On 'The Priority List' & More

    After going back to his silly comedic roots, reprising Brick Tamland in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," Steve Carell is continuing down the dramatic road he's quietly been carving for himself, by lining up to produce and star in "Priority List." Based on the memoir by David Menasche, it tells t...

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