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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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    Watch: Fear Will Consume You in First Trailer for Eli Roth's Cannibal Horror 'The Green Inferno'

    It might be hard to believe, but it's been a whopping seven years since Eli Roth's last feature-length effort, "Hostel: Part II." He's finally back in theaters this September with another horror project, "The Green Inferno," and if the just-released trailer is anything to go by, he hasn't lost his p...

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    Exclusive: Australian Director Greg McLean Breaks Down the Anatomy of the Opening Scene for 'Wolf Creek 2'

    The 2005 horror film "Wolf Creek" did rather well commercially, prompting director Greg McLean to make a sequel, which premiered at last year's Venice Film Festival. In this exclusive clip, we se McLean break down the anatomy of the gory opening scene for "Wolf Creek 2."

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    Why the Crazy, Bloody Erotic Thriller 'Proxy' Will Surprise You At Every Turn

    "Proxy" doesn't always work, but its commitment to unpredictable twists and pushing beyond morbid extremes bears the stamp of showmanship sorely lacking from many other examples of the genre.

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    Stanley Film Festival Will Honor Joe Dante with 'Master of Horror' Award

    The Stanley Film Festival (SFF) has just announced that Joe Dante ("Gremlins," "The Howling," "Piranha") will receive the inaugural 2014 Stanley Film Festival Master of Horror award.

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    Watch: Director Mike Flanagan Discusses the Outside Forces that Terrorize a Family in 'Oculus'

    "Oculus" may end up becoming the horror highlight of the year, and director Mike Flanagan explains just why that is. In the film, an already damaged family consisting of psychologically troubled orphans believes that a strange mirror may responsible for their destruction.

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