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    Video Premiere: Ty Segall’s “The Man Man”

    Ty Segall’s fashion of indie, lo-fi rock finds a sweet spot in the middle of myriad genres. Elements of punk, noise and garage bleed into a colorful, compelling, loud headspace. On his latest, eighth solo record SLEEPER however, that urgency is translated into something ominous and foreboding for the decidedly mellow record. The entirety is a journey and on certain tracks, like the below “Man Man”, it feels a doomed one.

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    Trailer: Time Bending, Mind Bending Turkish-made, “REMINISCENCE: THE BEGINNING”

    The title is unfortunate, but the trailer is fascinating for this seemingly low-budget, but high-minded film from director Akçay Karaazmak. Accompanied by the tag, “What if time breaks down?”, REMINISCENCE: THE BEGINNING is apparently based on the true misadventures of a couple experimenting with time breaks and black hole theory. The resulting promo looks kind of wild.

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    First Footage from Eli Roth’s “THE GREEN INFERNO”

    After world premiering at TIFF and secret screening at Fantastic Fast to stellar reception, Eli Roth is beginning to reveal his (fantastic) return to directing to the world at large. The filmmaker appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last week to celebrate Halloween, and brought a look at the film’s swirling plane crash. Now, THE GREEN INFERNO’s opening titles are available online thanks to Vimeo user Gyrmo.

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    Trailer: Get ready for Fierce, Supernatural Revenge in “ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE”

    Lucky McKee has returned, teaming with THE LOST director Chris Sivertson on a remake of their very first, very micro ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE. Having premiered at Toronto and coming next Spring from Image, ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE is currently making festival rounds, but you can get your first look at the film from its brand new, high energy sales trailer.

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    Mondo, Phantom City Creative celebrate “HALLOWEEN” in Style with Vinyl and Posters

    Halloween belongs to John Carpenter. His seminal film that shares its title with our favorite of holidays remains essential. Having just seen it on the big screen last week, I was thrilled to see it retain eerie, stunning power. In celebration of the classic, Mondo—who’s reinvigorated and helped usher in a wave of truly wonderful poster art— have teamed with frequent collaborators Phantom City Creative on two new posters and the art for Mondo’s vinyl release of Carpenter’s iconic score.

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