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While making the rounds for his soon-to-be released Disney flick "Oz: The Great and Powerful" Sam Raimi has been getting nailed with the usual "When are you making 'Evil Dead 4'?" questions, to which his standard non-reply has remained a steady "...someday." Well following a tweet from Disney Movies UK that quoted Raimi as saying "I would love to make Evil Dead 4. My brother and I plan to work on the script this summer," Bleeding Cool, sat down with the man and got some clarification, some of which more closely resembling a confirmation that he is, in fact working on the sequel to his classic trilogy.

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If the casting of Mads Mikkelsen as the bad Dr. Lecter wasn't enough to pique your interest in the "Silence of the Lambs" prequel miniseries "Hannibal," then this artfully cut trailer will.

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THR revealed the first poster for the Jacob Vaughan-directed horror-comedy "Milo," which will be making its premiere at South by Southwest next month, uniting "Party Down" and "The State" star Ken Marino with "Community's" Gillian Jacobs. And Peter Stormare is probably going to be weird in it!

You can check out the full-sized poster after the jump.

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"I am a Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer, and what I did in my untreated state is not my fault."

That's the horror by way of self-help idea of "In the Flesh," the new three-part zombie drama making its debut on March 17 on BBC Three.

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Last week Shout! Factory released their very good Blu-ray of the very bad killer bug movie, "The Nest" (1988). Watching this TV-movie-on-a-budget horror film about mutant cockroaches made me think about my own outsized fear of these tiny, eyeless monsters, some of the horror films that may have inspired it, and how even the most well-intentioned horror movie can thoroughly make the thing it's trying to scare you with dull.

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Ryan Murphy, you had me merely curious about the third season of your insane/ridiculous FX series, but now you've added "Misery" star Kathy Bates to "American Horror Story?"

Well, now I'm committed.

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After making its way through the festival circuit and steadily rolling out across the country in limited screenings, "The ABCs of Death" has a release date and some early details (courtesy of Fangoria).

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Last Friday we showed you Marvel's "Of The Dead" teaser, speculating if it could be another "Marvel Zombies" book.  But Bloody Disgusting unearthed an interview zombie-meister George Romero did with Twitchfilm last year -- and while we have no confirmation, it seems likely "Of The Dead" might have something to do with this unnamed Romero comic. From Twitchfilm:

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Want to see a horror anthology with Robert Englund, Malcolm McDowell, and John Glover? "Sanitarium," a feature by the directing trio of Bryan Ortiz, Bryan Ramirez, and Kerry Valderrama have you covered then, with their upcoming feature which is set to make its debut at the Miami International Film Festival.

"Sanitarium" is set--where else--in a mental institution featuring three stories about three patients with McDowell ("A Clockwork Orange," ask your parents about "Caligula") in the lead.

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Actress Rachelle Lefevre joins the cast of the CBS series based on Stephen King's bonkers novel about a small Maine town trapped under a mysterious dome, according to EW.

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With his new horror film "Smiley," director Michael J. Gallagher tackles the torment and terror that can come to teens - in the form of slasher Smiley - who choose not to surf responsibly. And according to Gallagher, he experienced some torment and terror himself.

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The monsters were out in full force at this year's Toy Fair, especially when it came to Robert Kirkman's mighty zombies. But the BOOths were stocked with other creatures and creepy crawly ghoulies from a host of movies, TV shows, and pop culture. Here are some of the coolest horror toys, action figures, and statues that I spotted while roaming the floor.

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"It all started with my mother, who was a huge film buff."

It was a nice piece of luck that while Renny Harlin was lining up publicity to talk about one of his first, little-seen films, "Prison," news was making the rounds that the "Die Hard 2" and "Cliffhanger" director was in charge of a big budget, 3D, gritty action film about Hercules.

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In its favor, writer/director Bradley Rust Gray's teen girls in love horror movie is painfully, deeply earnest. About what, it tough to tell based on what ends up on screen, but it feels deeply sincere about the burgeoning love between butch and abrasive Jack (Riley Keough, "The Runaways") and and the addled--let's be nice and not say "ditzy"--Diane (Juno Temple, "The Dark Knight Rises"), even as their bodies are going through monstrous changes that threaten... something.

The problem is that the horror elements in "Jack and Diane" exist as a bait-and-switch to elevate a listless love story between two thoroughly vacant characters. It's a romance between mentally underdeveloped children, substituting brief flashes of expertly-crafted creature FX (and stop-motion sequences from the Quay Brothers) for any kind of deep understanding of its two leads.

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At Toy Fair, NECA provided us our first full look at Chloe Moretz pre- and post-pig bloodied in the upcoming "Carrie" remake before it hits theaters in October.

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