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    Indie Horror-thon

    Indie Horror-thon: The Blair Witch Project (1999)

    The Blair Witch Project marked a milestone in film making, not only for its distinct found-footage style but also for its innovation in marketing...

    Indie Horror-thon: REC (2007)

    There is nothing scarier than a lethal virus that turns its hosts into aggressive, demonic zombies. Well, except being quarantined into an apartment building...

    Indie Horror-thon: The Pact (2012)

    Acting as part haunted house horror and part murder mystery, The Pact follows 20-something-year-old Annie, whose mother has recently died, as she tries to discover what...

    Indie Horror-thon: The Purge (2013)

    What would you do if for 12 hours all crime became legal? The Purge takes this social Darwinism gone awry premise and uses it as...

    Indie Horror-thon: Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010)

    At first glance, "Tucker & Dale vs. Evil" seemed doomed to suffer from the same banalities of other flicks in the horror/comedies genre. A...

    Indie Horror-thon: Insidious (2011)

    Insidious is one of the few indie horror movies bold enough to develop a brand new mythology centered around hellish dimension, where the film's...

    Indie Horror-thon: The Host (2006)

    Part family drama, part thriller horror, part political satire, part environmental commentary, The Host is a rare showcase of a film that tries to blend...

    Indie Horror-thon: Let the Right One In (2008)

    When Swedish horror author John Ajvide Lindqvist wrote his debut novel Let the Right One In in 2004, he probably didn't expect it to be...

    Indie Horror-thon: Resolution (2012)

    Benefiting from its likable main characters and deeply enigmatic antagonist, Resolution is one the least formulaic horror films of the past decade. This genre-meshing gem starts...

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