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    Dieter Laser is Dressed like Tom Six in the first “HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3″ Photo

    It seems there might be a lot of layers to HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3, the final sequence in Tom Six’s notorious, bizarre series of horror comedy films that seem to truly want to toy with their audience. You don’t even have to get beyond its first photo to figure such out, considering it includes both villains from previous installments (and the second took the first film into account), and Dieter Laser is pretty blatantly outfitted much like Six himself, panama hat sitting proud.

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    SXSW ’14: Festival Posters for Midnighters, “STAGE FRIGHT” and “HONEYMOON”

    It’s just three days until SXSW gets underway, and with a Midnight lineup as seemingly strong as it is, FANGORIA is thrilled. Even more thrilling, fantastic art in anticipation of the genre films that sound most exciting. Today: Jerome Sable’s musical slasher gets a fantastic poster, as does Leigh Janiak’s HONEYMOON, of which programmer Jarod Neece pegged as the one to watch.

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    “JU-ON” Lives On, New “GRUDGE” Film Underway in Japan

    Takashi Shimizu’s iconic Japanese horror series JU-ON (THE GRUDGE) has yielded nine films (six Japanese, three American), as well as novels and a video game. Despite the end of the J-Horror boom, its infamous ghost rattle remains eerie and it’s entirely likely any of the pictures left a lasting impression or served as an introduction to something larger to plenty of viewers. With almost five years having passed since the last installment (WHITE GHOST/BLACK GHOST), it’s been revealed JU-ON will return with OWARI NO HAJIMARI (THE BEGINNING OF THE END) from writer/director Ochiai Masayuki (INFECTION). 

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    SXSW ’14: Desperation, Transformation and The Occult in “STARRY EYES”

    The stink of Hollywood desperation. The sight of body horror. The aura of the occult. STARRY EYES kind of sells itself. Then there’s its cast, including Pat Healy (CHEAP THRILLS), Noah Segan (DEADGIRL), Amanda Fuller (RED WHITE & BLUE) and Travis Stevens, a producer who stormed 2013 fests with CHEAP THRILLS and is clearly demonstrating an eye for thrilling, emerging genre talent. It’s not so difficult to see why then, in a frankly stacked midnight lineup at a major American film festival, STARRY EYES is one to watch.

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  • SXSW ’14 Preview: New Photos, “THE PACT” Director’s “HOME”

    Director Nicholas McCarthy found a good deal of fanfare in festival haunter THE PACT, leaving plenty of audiences curious what he’d get up to next. SXSW 2014 is where we find out. The festival’s midnight section will host the world premiere of HOME, another supernatural story from McCarthy and one with a strong cast including GLEE’s Naya Rivera and MAGIC MAGIC standout Catalina Sandino Moreno.

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    Lengthy New Trailer: “THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS”

    The wonderful thing about Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani’s THE STRANGE COLOUR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS is that trailers just cannot necessarily spoil it. The film is so relentless in its fluid weirdness, so transfixing and often pretty upending even when you have the context of the rest of the movie in front of you, that every glimpse, brief or no, is merely just more enticing. Speaking of which…

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    First Look: Studio ADI’s Practical Creature Feature, “HARBINGER DOWN”

    In the summer of 2013, FX wizards Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr., of Studio ADI, launched a Kickstarter of noble intent. That of making a “claustrophobic full-length creature film that will feature only practical Animatronic and Makeup Effects.” Fango and a great many peers responded with enthusiasm to the Lance Henriksen-starring film and fortunately, the team surpassed their goal. Months later, the first official look at HARBINGER DOWN is here.

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