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    Trailers From Hell: DeCoteau on Grisly Grindhouse Film 'Mansion of the Doomed'

    Here is Trailers From Hell's David DeCoteau on 1976 film "Mansion of the Doomed"...

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    'V/H/S' Gets a Sequel Greenlit; Gareth Evans and Eduardo Sanchez to Helm Segments

    Just in time for Halloween, The Hollywood Reporter revealed in an exclusive that "V/H/S," the anthology found-footage horror film that earned an A from Indiewire's Eric Kohn, is getting a second installment with directors Gareth Evans ("The Raid"), Eduardo Sanchez ("The ...

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    IMDb Users List Top 10 Horror Movies of All Time, From 'The Shining' to 'Sweeney Todd'

    IMDb has released its user-rated Top 10 Horror Movies of All Time just in time for Halloween, and at the height of Hitchcock and Kubrick renaissances -- "The Shining" is in the top spot and "Psycho" is not far behind in fourth...

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    Trailers from Hell: Joe Dante on Christopher Lee Bloodsucker 'Taste the Blood of Dracula'

    Christopher Lee Halloween! week begins at Trailers from Hell with director and TFH creator Joe Dante introducing the R-rated "Taste the Blood of Dracula"...

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    In His Own Words: Oliver Stone's Son On What Drove Him to Explore the Paranormal Realm in His Debut 'Greystone Park'

    Like father, like son. Having acted since childhood in his father, Oliver Stone's films, Sean Stone is taking a cue from his famous pop with his feature directorial debut, "Greystone Park," a paranormal thriller sure to frighten fans of the "Paranormal Activity" series. His dad even makes an appeara...

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    Walter Hill Is Back in the Saddle with 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?' Remake (Video)

    Writer-director Walter  Hill is one of the great underappreciated auteurs. He can do it all: stylish action, intelligent dialogue, epic scale and intimate relationships. So it's always good news to announce that he has a new movie, especially when he wrote it himself. Do I want to see him d...

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    TIFF EXCLUSIVE: Barry Levinson Director's Statement Reveals His Midnight Madness

    Baltimore-born Barry Levinson is yet another established studio writer-director who is making his way in the strange new world of indie cinema. He's in Toronto with Midnight Madness entry "The Bay" (Roadside, November 2) an horrific R-rated found-footage thriller about a deadly flesh-eating bacteria...

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    Weekend Box Office Top Ten Led by 'The Possession' and 'Lawless,' Disaster 'The Ooogieloves' Brings Up Rear UPDATE

    Grosses for Labor Day weekend are about even with last week’s as well as the same as last year (always the weakest holiday), led by overperforming Lionsgate horror entry "The Possession," hitting the youth crowd, while Weinstein's "Lawless" is delivering at expected levels with a discrete older audi...

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    Amazon Studios Adds Hellraiser to 'Zombies vs. Gladiators'

    Heading toward mainstream film production where genre reigns supreme, Amazon Studios has hired "Hellraiser" creator Clive Barker to rewrite "Zombies vs. Gladiators."

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    Trailers From Hell: John Landis on 'Mutiny on the Bounty'

    The latest Trailers from Hell features director John Landis on the infamous 70 mm Marlon Brando "Mutiny on the Bounty."

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