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    EXCL: Rob Zombie Discusses Crowdfunding New Film, “31”

    In an undoubtedly polarizing move (nothing new), Rob Zombie is launching a crowdfunding campaign for his upcoming Halloween-set feature, 31. Aiming to engage directly with fans, and likely in the interest of producing a warped genre vision on his terms, Zombie has set up shop at RZ-31 where concept art, videos and info on the film, as well as the requisite contribution rewards (including props from past films, lifetime passes to his shows and more) whet the appetites of would-be supporters and fans. In an exclusive talk with FANGORIA, Zombie discusses his decision to utilize the increasingly popular, if highly criticized, method of funding and what’s in store for 31.

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    Q&A: FANGORIA Musick Artist SciFiSol

    Available for download now via our newly minted digital record label FANGORIA Musick, is the hypnotic dream-tronica of aural artist Christina Broussard aka SciFiSol. SciFiSol is Broussard’s ongoing exploration into the strange, beautiful and nightmarish; ambient soundscapes ripe with dread, sensuality and alien majesty. The first time I heard the sound of her lilting, whispered voice bleeding over her minimalist sonics, I fell in love. Hopefully, after you “meet” her in this interview, so will you.

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    Toronto: Explore the Dark Side of Jim Jarmusch at TIFF

    ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE might be maverick director Jim Jarmusch’s only legitimate horror film—in that it tells the tale of genuinely undead, fanged vampires—but a closer look at the New York-based filmmaker’s eccentric, personal body of work, exposes the kind of dark observations about humanity that every good genre movie trades in. And while TIFF’s new retrospective STRANGE PARADISE: THE CINEMA OF JIM JARMUSCH (opening today at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto) doesn’t pretend to distill that darkness in the director’s work, a casual look at key films screened reveal how much horror actually hides within his witty, meandering and stylized work.

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  • Something Weird Cult Film Library Comes to Full Moon Streaming; Romano Art Revealed

    Full Moon’s popular streaming channel Full Moon Streaming already has original programming, a bulk of the awesome Blue Underground Eurohorror library and of course, all of the B-flicks from the enduring Full Moon catalog. But in this writer’s estimation, they’ve just hit the mother lode of awesome in their latest collection. Today, FMS announced that they’ve just licensed a massive stack of untamed classic cult, horror and exploitation movies culled from the legendary SOMETHING WEIRD library!

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  • EXCL: Canadian Animator Launches Stop-Motion Horror, “THE SHUTTERBUG MAN”

    FANGORIA has been spotlighting the ultra-cool, absurdist horror stop-motion mini-flicks made by Canadian animation house Mad Lab Productions for years. They’re fast, funny, witty work is always a treat and we’re pleased as putrid punch to be able to announce the next and most ambitious – not to mention scariest – venture yet from Mad Lab co-founder Chris Walsh: THE SHUTTERBUG MAN.

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    TORONTO: “COME TO DADDY” FILM FEST ANNOUNCES FULL LINEUP!

    The west-end Toronto creepy/cool short horror film fest “COME TO DADDY: HORROR SHORTS SOIREE” is almost ready to unspool and they’ve announced their full lineup of international cinema. The event, which takes place on Saturday, July 26th at hotspot 3030 Dundas West, is co-presented by FANGORIA. The brainchild of FANGO contributor and DJ John Nicol, “COME TO DADDY” promises to be a boisterous, bloody blend of frightening film screenings, ample craft beer spillage, good food and eventually, as the night wears on, a full blown post-screening dance party.

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    “CITY OF LUST” (Movie Review)

    The indie thriller CITY OF LUST was shot under the title YELLOW; you know, “Giallo” in Italian. Obviously that titular nod should spell out exactly what kind of films were going through writer/director David A. Holcombe’s head when he began sculpting this stylish, sensual and amusing sex-stained psychodrama. A deliberate quote on some of the early 1970s, non-Argento (think more Martino) murder mysteries that overflowed from Italy like a cauldron of spaghetti, CITY OF LUST is bereft of budget but high on energy and imagination, and is absolutely worth a look.

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