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    “OCULUS” (TIFF Movie Review)

    Mike Flanagan’s debut picture ABSENTIA was something truly special: a quiet, slow burning indie horror film that betrayed its budgetary cramps at every turn and used an existing location—in this case, a creepy suburban tunnel—and made it into something nightmarish. Slow zooms, quiet spaces, ambiguity and minimalist music all coupled with better than average performances […]

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    “THE CAR” (Blu-ray Review, Arrow Films)

    Released amidst a slew of JAWS knock offs, THE CAR was completely dismissed in 1977, and not without reason. It is a pretty dumb movie. However, it’s also a gloriously dumb movie and that’s the sort of thing that cults are built on. The movie may not have achieved the revival status of Steven Spielberg’s […]

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    GOREZONE Sneak Peek: Danielle Harris Photo Feature in #31

    Already legendary FANGORIA photographer Ama Lea—the lady who has helped secure Fango a “Best Cover” Rondo nomination for her stunning shots of Roger Corman in FANGORIA #328—returns to the pages of GOREZONE in our upcoming issue #31! Last round (issue #30 on sale here), Ama dragged HUMAN CENTIPEDE star Ashlynn Yennie out to the desert, […]

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