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Bloodfest!

BLOODFEST! is a horror film festival benefiting Bonfils Blood Center. 09/28/01-"Tenebrae" by Dario Argento 10/12/01-"The Shining" by Stanley Kubrick 10/26/01-"Halloween" by John Carpenter

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Kluckin Films In Surge Weekly

By Chris Raposa For Weekly Surge Photos by Scott Smallin Staff Photographer Horror flicks can be broken down into three major categories: suspense, slasher, and supernatural. In many cases, these three core components are fused together for the greater goal of the film, which is to scare the hell out of moviegoers. The horror genre in movies dates back to the onset of film itself. In 1896, George

"Halloween" voted the best horror movie

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The 1978 classic horror film "Halloween" is the best horror movie of the past half century, horror fans said in a new survey.A survey of readers by horror movie site eSplatter (http://www.esplatter.com), one of the Internet's largest horror film communities, found that 'Halloween' ranks as the best horror movie of the past 50 years. "Halloween" beat out such classic films as "The Exorcist" and George Romero's "Dawn of the Dead.""'Halloween' is just as much as a masterpiece today as it was 29 yea...

Cronenberg Opens Stockholm Film Festival

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"Lifetime Achievement Award" recipient David Cronenberg cut the 'ribbon' - a strip of celluloid - at the Stockholm Film Festival kick off November 17. "Are you sure you want to give me those scissors--that's kind of dangerous", he quipped to fest director Git Scheynius, and introduced the opening film: A History of Violence. He joked as he cut that he was going to do some fast editing of his latest feature, the one he is most proud of, the one he admits to "selling out" on because of its huge bu...
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