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    Fantasia Review: 'The Midnight Swim' Will Stun Your Senses

    Sarah Adina Smith's feature debut is a disorienting thriller about ominous forces.

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    Watch: Something's Wrong with 'Game of Thrones'' Rose Leslie In This Chilling Trailer for 'Honeymoon'

    Rose Leslie, best known for playing Ygritte in "Game of Thrones," stars in the upcoming horror film "Honeymoon," which first premiered at SXSW. Now, a trailer for the freaky thriller has been released.

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    How to Survive a Zombie Outbreak According to the Movies

    Each and every zombie movie seems to add its own flourish to the preexisting mythology. Sometimes, after rising from their earthy graves, zombies shamble slowly; other times they sprint. Sometimes they're nearly indestructible, other times they're soft and squishy. A24's charmingly lovesick "Life Af...

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    Review: Why 'The Purge: Anarchy' is this Summer's Essential Guilty Pleasure

    Like the previous movie, the ideas are blunt, messy and patently absurd, but that's also part of the fun.

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    Jane Clark Talks 'Crazy Bitches,' Horror Films and Slasher Satire

    Gay is becoming mainstream, and therefore so are the gay characters in mainstream films and television. I think that shift has given LGBT filmmakers the freedom to expand outside the niche and tell more universal stories.

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    Getting the Shot: Shooting Through a Hurricane for the Opening Scene of 'Cabin Fever: Patient Zero'

    Director Kaare Andrews gives a detailed account of how he got the creepy opening scene of "Cabin Fever: Patient Zero" just right.

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    Review: Spike Lee's Kickstarter-Funded 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus' Remakes 'Ganja & Hess' as, Well, a Spike Lee Joint

    Made on a shoestring with Kickstarter funding, “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus” proves it’s worth sticking with Spike Lee even when the final result isn’t as good as the energy fueling it.

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    Exclusive: Director Alex van Warmerdam's Gorgeous 'Borgman' Concept Art Paintings

    Since opening in early June, Alex van Warmerdam's foreign language thriller "Borgman", about a vagrant who turns the lives of an arrogant upper-class family into a psychological nightmare, has been growing a fervent cult following. Director van Warmerdam is releasing three exclusive concept painting...

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    LAFF Review: Post-Apocalyptic Drama 'The Well' is a Superb Debut for Tom S. Hammock

    Marking the directorial debut of production designer Tom S. Hammock ("You're Next," "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane”), it's hardly a surprise to note that "The Well" has a stunningly well-designed sense of place.

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    Gravitas Ventures Picks Up U.S. Rights To Teen Horror Thriller 'Jamie Marks Is Dead'

    Sundance entry and Outfest 2014 competitor "Jamie Marks Is Dead," a teen horror thriller written and directed by famed fashion photographer and filmmaker Carter Smith ("Bugcrush", "The Ruins"), has been picked up by Gravitas Ventures for U.S. distribution.

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