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Filmmaker and actor Adam Green is best known for his work in the horror realm. He wrote and directed 2006's "Hatchet," which won both the audience and jury awards at Fantastic Fest and went on to spawn two sequels, the second of which opens in theaters on June 14th. His 2010 "Frozen," which stranded a trio of unlucky friends on a ski lift after the resort closed, premiered at Sundance and received a theatrical release from Anchor Bay shortly after, while his upcoming documentary "Digging Up the Marrow" will explore genre-based monster art. But his television show "Holliston," set to start its second season on FEARnet on Tuesday, June 4, is something different -- it's a sitcom (laugh track and all), albeit a highly personal one about and for horror film fans. Green explains how he ended up reimagining the traditional sitcom for an unexpected audience -- lovers of genre fare. When »


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