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Prepare for ‘Tales From Hell’

We just got word of a new horror anthology coming to you courtesy of Blood in the Snow Festival Director Kelly Michael Stewart. It’s called Tales From Hell and it sounds pretty cool in a retro sorta way. Tales From Hell is told in the tradition of those awesome anthology flicks produced by Britain’s Amicus Productions back in [...]

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Another ‘Twilight Zone’ Reboot Is Headed to Your TV

Director Bryan Singer has signed a deal to develop, produce and maybe even direct a new television version of The Twilight Zone, not to be confused with Matt Reeves’ proposed big-screen adaptation of Rod Serling’s venerable classic weird anthology series.

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A Teachable Moment—Nightmare Alley

In my experience, anthology films are usually disappointing. In these movies, for every tale that succeeds, there are often two or three others that fail. Part of the problem is the format’s inherent limitations: It’s really hard to develop a compelling plot with interesting characters in 20 minutes. To try and do it three or [...]

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Shock-O-Rama

New Jersey-based E.I. Independent Cinema (as distributed by Alternative Cinema) is one of the most ambitious production companies around. And God love ‘em for it. They have their hand in almost every type of genre/exploitation film imaginable: thrillers, softcore, erotic classics from the ‘60s and ‘70s, crazy cult fare and, of course, horror. Shock-O-Rama, the [...]

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