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    Watch: 'Hell No: The Sensible Horror Film' Where Characters Make Smart Decisions

    Does it drive you crazy when characters in horror films make bad decisions? Then you'll love this short film/faux trailer for a non-existent horror film, "Hell No: The Sensible Horror Film" where, for once, characters make smart decisions and don't put their lives in danger for the sake of creating ...

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    Elijah Wood Dons a Woman's Scalp in Exclusive 'Maniac' Behind-the-Scenes Footage

    Following its release on DVD yesterday, Indiewire has obtained an exclusive clip from the bonus features of "Maniac," the horror flick starring Elijah Wood as a psychotic man with a penchant for woman's scalps. In the behind-the-scenes footage from the film, which received an IFC Films release over ...

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    Woman Seeks Revenge: What's the Purpose of the Rape/Revenge Horror Film?

    If you want to start a spirited debate amongst horror fans, a sure fire topic to bring up is the infamous rape/revenge sub-genre probably best known because of movies like Meir Zarchi's 1978 film I Spit on Your Grave (originally titled: Day of the Woman) or Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left fr...

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    Overcoming Trauma of the Home: Women Gaining Strength in Light of Abuse

    Much has been made by media critics of the propensity of horror movies to fetishize the murder of women - to make them victims, suffering at the hands of brutal forces for their sexual sins. The slasher films of the '70s and '80s as well as their '90s sequels allowed audiences the killer's-eye-view ...

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    The Bad Girls of American Horror Story: TV's Most "Unlikeable" Women

    At the American Horror Story: Coven premiere last weekend, Women and Hollywood asked creator Ryan Murphy how he goes about creating such complex and interesting female characters for the show.

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    The Horror of Coming-of-Age: Subverting the Teen Girl Experience in Film

    Growing up can be a bit of a bloodbath for everyone, regardless of gender. And when it comes to how the actual gory details of the process are portrayed on film, young female characters don't often get the same freedom to explore the dark side of the process that young men do, unless you happen to b...

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    Introducing October's Women and Horror Series

    I grew up being deathly afraid of horror movies. I'd flip quickly through channels that had anything horror related on to prevent nightmares.

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    Dimension and RADiUS-TWC Get 'Horn'-y For Daniel Radcliffe's Latest

    Dimension and RADiUS-TWC have partnered to acquire U.S. rights to Alexandre Aja's horror-comedy "Horns," starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple. The film, based on the novel by comic book author Joe Hill, premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.

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    Ken Marino On Birthing an Ass Demon in 'Bad Milo!' and His Role In the 'Veronica Mars' Movie

    Ken Marino is one of those actors that you may not know you know until you see his face. By now, though, his name should suffice. Marino has popped up in a number of popular television shows like "Veronica Mars," "Dawson's Creek," and "Children's Hospital," as well as writing and co-starring in "...

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    Elijah Wood and Eugenio Mira Talk About Their Musician Thriller 'Grand Piano' And the Appeal of Making Movies Outside Hollywood

    After stints on a variety of projects as camera operator, assistant director, writer, composer, producer and director, Eugenio Mira's third feature, "Grand Piano," utilizes all of his skills simultaneously. The director and star Elijah Wood discuss their process and expectations for the future.

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