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    Attention, Filmmakers: Get Your Short Horror Film Seen with 'Hellions' Contest

    The team behind "Hellions" an upcoming Halloween horror film about a girl who is harassed by vicious trick-or-treaters, have announced their Hellions Horror Video Contest.

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    Watch: Primal Darkness in Trailer for British Horror 'In Fear'

    Jeremy Lovering's British Horror flick was first seen at the Sundance Film Festival in 2013. Filmed in Cornwall and full of creepy countryside, the story centers on a young couple driving to a remote deep-in-the-woods hotel to celebrate their two-week anniversary. But as they get lost in the woods, ...

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    Sundance: IFC Midnight Warms to Jennifer Kent's Breakout Horror 'The Babadook'

    IFC Midnight has acquired U.S. and Latin American rights to Jennifer Kent's well-received horror debut, "The Babadook." The film world premiered this week at the Sundance Film Festival in the Midnight section. The film centers on a single mother (Essie Davis) who must cope with her troubled son and ...

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    Sundance Review: More Fun With Zombie Nazis Isn't Enough to Salvage 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'

    Like its predecessor, “Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead” heaps entrails and endless liters of blood onto the screen as straight-faced actors combat a Nazi zombie uprising.

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    How a Zombie Movie Ended Up in the Sundance Narrative Competition

    At Sundance, zombie movies — like all horror films — are typically delegated to the Midnight section. This year, Sundance threw a curveball by programming Jeff Baena's gory debut "Life is Beth" in the narrative competition.

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    Watch: Bloody and Hilarious Trailer for Sundance Horror Hit 'Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead'

    Days after its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, where it was swiftly acquired for U.S. distribution by Well Go USA, Tommy Wirkola's sequel to "Dead Snow," "Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead" has debuted a new trailer.

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    Sundance Review: Elijah Wood Vehicle 'Cooties' Is Gross Genre Fun

    Gore can only go so far in the service of humor. Fortunately, the team behind "Cooties"—which includes "Saw" creator Leigh Whannell" and "Glee" creator Ian Brennan—manage to pit comedy and horror together in a satisfying package.

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    Death Walks in High Heels: The Silent Avenger of Abel Ferrara's Ms. 45

    In recent years there has been a surge of renewed appreciation for the rape-revenge film, but the essential one is 'Ms. 45.'

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    Jennifer Lynch, Mary Harron to Contribute to All-Female Horror Anthology

    Dark Sky's announcement that it is compiling a horror anthology called XX with only female directors and protagonists is welcome news. Variety reports: "The directors on board include Jennifer Lynch, Mary Harron Karyn Kusama, sisters Jen and Sylvia Soska and Jovanka Vuckovic."

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