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    Guillermo del Toro and YouTube Use Halloween to Bring In Young Filmmakers

    What do you get when YouTube teams up with Guillermo del Toro and Legendary? A really awesome DIY filmmaking mentorship opportunity.

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    13 Scary Movies to Stream on Netflix That Aren't Technically 'Horror'

    Not into horror films but still want a good scare this Halloween? Check out these 13 titles, now streaming on Netflix.

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    10 Indie Horror Films You May Not Have Seen...But Should

    Think you've seen all of the Halloween classics? Think again.

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    How John Hughes Influenced a New Wave of Genre Directors and How Horror is Changing

    Just in time for Halloween, Film Independent Forum 2014 hosted a panel devoted to a new generation of horror directors. The filmmakers all discussed the influence of John Hughes on their work.

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    Watch: Greatest Death Scenes Of All Time Brought To You By Experts of 'ABCs of Death 2'

    26 death scenes in 4 minutes. Can you name them all?

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    Magnet Releasing Picks Up World Rights to Horror Anthology 'XX'

    The anthology film will feature horror shorts from directors Karyn Kusama ("Jennifer's Body"), Mary Harron ("American Psycho") and more.

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    Trailer Watch: Jennifer Kent's Sundance Favorite 'The Babadook'

    The haunted horror film has been hailed as a modern masterpiece.

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    Lyle Director Stewart Thorndike on Making the Lesbian Version of Rosemary’s Baby and the Need for Feminist Horror

    “I think if more women are making horror, we'll see brand-new scary stuff. There's a whole world of untapped stuff that is complicated and frightening and dreadful.”

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