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    “PHANTASM: RAVAGER” Trailer Premieres; Coscarelli and Hartman Speak

    Almost out of nowhere, the existence of a long-clamored for fifth PHANTASM film was thrust onto the world and into the lives of genre fans. And just as swiftly, the puzzle pieces of this curious sequel started connecting. Titled PHANTASM: RAVAGER, the film is written and directed by David Hartman, a longtime friend of PHANTASM creator and genre legend Don Coscarelli and will feature plenty of returning cast including the requisite Angus Scrimm and Reggie Bannister, as well as Michael Baldwin, Bill Thornbury and Kat Lester. Now, the first footage has debuted and the filmmakers have spoken. Find out what to expect from PHANTASM: RAVAGER, below.

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    “HAPPY CAMP” (Movie Review)

    Writer-Director Josh Anthony and his feature debut, the found footage piece HAPPY CAMP, believe heavily in foreshadowing. Admirably employing the POV horror-standard prosumer cameras with some semblance of style—instead of simply the illusion of rawness—the filmmaker focuses on a statue of Sasquatch upon the main characters’ traffic circle arrival in the titular town; Happy Camp the town and HAPPY CAMP the movie will revolve around the possibility of this beast. Moments later, with the camera up front in the driver’s seat as the Winnebago starts to break down, we know this is the final destination for all.

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    Art, Release Details: John Harrison’s “CREEPSHOW” Vinyl from Waxwork

    Waxwork Records, who’ve done stellar work with reissues of ROSEMARY’S BABY, DAY OF THE DEAD and RE-ANIMATOR have unveiled the full package behind their definitive release of John Harrison’s CREEPSHOW score. The soundtrack of George Romero and Stephen King’s iconic ode to horror comics past will boast art by “Ghoulish” Gary Pullin, five variants so that you may celebrate whichever segment of the film is your favorite and much more.

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    “DOC OF THE DEAD”, Horror Trivia and Glass Eye Pix lead first Stanley Film Festival Announcement!

    The Stanley Film Festival, the Estes Park Colorado-based horror fest that resides the storied Stanley Hotel—that which inspired Stephen King’s THE SHINING—is preparing for its second year this April 24-27. In revealing its Opening Night film, as well as a taste of the events to come (of which FANGORIA is thrilled to be a part of), the Stanley looks to be one of the most unique horror and festival experiences of 2014!

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    See a Spectacular Shootout Deleted from “THE RAID 2″

    Gareth Evans’ epic sequel to his unmatched action breakout THE RAID is so bursting with chaos, it’s spilled outside of its saga-like runtime. THE RAID 2′s deleted scenes aren’t merely alternate line readings or extra exposition, but in at least one case, a full-blown, gory and frankly nasty gang shootout that’s now available online.

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    Geriatric Horror Returns with M. Night Shyamalan’s “SUNDOWNING”

    National treasure Kathryn Hahn (STEP BROTHERS) is leading M. Night Shyamalan’s return to something more horror oriented in SUNDOWNING. The film, Shyamalan’s follow-up to last year’s AFTER EARTH, sees the director seemingly jump into the growing number of geriatric/elderly-based horror like the recent SXSW Midnighter LATE PHASES, and the upcoming AJ Bowen and Gene Jones-starring DEMENTIA.

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    “THE RAID 2″: Who is Hammer Girl?

    Like its predecessor, THE RAID 2 is not wanting for chaos. Across its crime saga-fit runtime, there is no shortage of skin to slash, heads to smash, glass and bones to break, or bullets flying. But while almost every sequence is more spectacular than the last, it’s likely you’ll emerge from the film with one villain’s name on the tip of your tongue. Like Mad Dog before her, Hammer Girl is an impossibly violent piece of work immediately burned into your brain. Using the household tool as a natural extension of Tiger Style, and masking something with those bug big sunglasses, the beautiful, ferocious character is unknowable and so very cool.

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