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    Magnet Releasing Acquires 'V/H/S: Viral,' The Third Installment in the Horror Anthology

    Magnet Releasing, genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, announced today that they have acquired US rights to "V/H/S: Viral," the third installment of the popular horror anthology series.

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    The Problem With Horror Musicals is Everything is Louder Than Everything Else

    The first rousing musical number in the new musical-horror mess "Stage Fright" is clever and catchy, and it promises better things than the film ever delivers; wasting no time in unsheathing a razor-sharp sense of humor, writer-director Jerome Stable and musical director Eli Batalion give us a coter...

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    Taissa Farmiga On Stepping Into the Spotlight for 'Anna' and Turning to Her Sister, Vera, for Career Advice

    The younger Farmiga is finally ready to step into the spotlight as the lead in "Anna." We got to talk to Farmiga about how director Jorge Dorado explained the plot to her, what makes her attracted to such dark roles, and what kind of freak she would be if she gets invited back to "American Horror St...

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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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    Tribeca Horror Film 'The Canal' Acquired by The Orchard

    Writer/director Ivan Kavanagh's psychological horror film "The Canal," which recently had its world premiere at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, has now been acquired by independent music, film and video distribution company The Orchard for all U.S. and Canadian rights.

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    Watch: Monsters and Despair in Trailer for '[REC] 4: Apocalypse'

    Aside from "The Blair Witch Project," no film did found footage horror better than Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's terrifying "[REC]," and now the series comes to its conclusion with the ominously titled "[REC] 4: Apocalypse."

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    Tribeca Review: 'Extraterrestrial' Is An Example of How Not to Make a Horror Film

    The Vicious Brothers wrote the initial draft of the screenplay for "Extraterrestrial" while they were in college — and it shows.

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    Tribeca Review: If Woody Allen Directed a Vampire Comedy, It Might Resemble Onur Tukel’s Hilarious Urban Satire 'Summer of Blood'

    "You are fundamentally capable of taking anything seriously," he's told, a statement that extends to the movie itself.

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    'Proxy' Director Zack Parker on Playing with Audience Expectations and Conscious (and Unconscious) Influences

    Indiewire sat down with Parker to talk about his penchant for slow-burning tension, his influences, and how he planned to subvert audience expectations.

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