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Kino Lorber Launches Free Streaming Channel for Cult Films (Exclusive)

Kino Lorber, the New York-based independent film distributor, is launching a free streaming channel dedicated to all things horror.The platform, titled Kino Cult, will be ad-supported and will featured hundreds of hours of curated films, with new titles added monthly. It bows in the U.S. and Canada on Oct. 1, right in time for spooky […]

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The 14 Best Vampire Movies Ever Made

The vampire genre is nearly as old as cinema itself, with F.W. Murnau’s “Nosferatu” scaring up audiences in 1922, followed by the countless iterations that came in its shadow. Every era and every filmmaking country has since taken up its own spins on the myth of the vampire, from Universal Studios’ “Dracula” series beginning with […]

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Back to One, Episode Four: Sheila Vand Talks Knowing a Character, Dark and Light Roles, and Operating in Tandem with One’s Spiritual Journey

In this hour, Sheila Vand gifts us with a glimpse into the inner life of an incredibly talented young actor who, role after role, is harnessing her art and reaching new heights. She first captured our attention in Ana Lily Amirpour’s noir vampire western A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, and in the small […]

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Ana Lily Amirpour’s Next Film Is A Mindbender Called ‘Blood Moon’

Director Ana Lily Amirpour has quickly run up the ranks and established herself as a unique genre filmmaker with indie sensibilities. Her black and white, critically acclaimed debut “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night,” was self-described as the first “Iranian Vampire Spaghetti Western” and the “Bad Batch” explored cannibals in a post-apocalyptic American desert. […]

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‘Legion’: Ana Lily Amirpour Breaks Down the 5 Trippiest Scenes, From the Carousel to That Darn Cat

[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Legion” Season 2, Episode 2, “Chapter 10.”]Ana Lily Amirpour, director of the acclaimed “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night” and the bonkers follow-up “The Bad Batch,” is not a filmmaker who falls meekly within any prescribed box. Therefore, she found her perfect television match in Noah Hawley’s […]

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