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    EXCL: Bill Moseley to play Doctor in Body Horror, “LOVE SICK”

    Based on ABCs OF DEATH competition entry “M is for Marriage,” Todd Freeman’s budding feature LOVE SICK is amassing quite the cast. Already featuring the leading talents of Francisco Barreiro (HERE COMES THE DEVIL) and AMERICAN MARY standout Tristan Risk, as well as Barbara Crampton, Freeman has given Fango word that horror icon Bill Moseley (pictured, above) will also be seen as the crucial Dr. Christian.

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    First Poster, Images: Alex de la Iglesia-Produced, “SHREW’S NEST”

    As Fango reveals the official U.S. date for the beloved cult director’s latest, WITCHING & BITCHING, news comes in a new venture for the filmmaker: producing. de la Iglesia will be presenting the first feature from Juanfer Andrés and Esteban Roel, an apartment-based tale of an agoraphobic woman titled SHREW’S NEST (Musarañas).

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    EXCL Photos and Rare Stills from “PHANTASM EXHUMED”

    Author and Phantasm Archives head, Dustin McNeill has unleashed a comprehensive and in-depth examination and exploration of Don Coscarelli’s beloved, strange beast of a horror series, PHANTASM. Titled PHANTASM EXHUMED, the book is an exhaustive, special glimpse into the films (including the upcoming RAVAGER) that FANGORIA is proud to preview with a slate of exclusive, rare stills, below.

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    Other Kaiju Take Flight in New “GODZILLA” Trailer

    We’re just over two weeks out from what, at least for genre fans, is likely the most anticipated of the big, summer blockbusters: GODZILLA. With each trailer just a hair more epic than the last, the King of Monsters has been slowly revealed around swells of music, sights of destruction and talk of nature and just how far out of man’s control it is. What we’ve not been privy to just yet are the other monsters lurking within the film and, one would assume, battling Godzilla. That’s all changed, and now it’s time to speculate whether these slightly familiar creatures are all new, or ones we know and love?

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    New, Ghoulish Trailer: Ham Tran’s “HOLLOW”

    We oreviously highlighted the first, stylish teaser for the upcoming Vietmanese horror film, HOLLOW (Đoạt Hồn), in which a young girl’s dead body is subject to possession and she returns to her parents, changed. An extended look has debuted and once again delivers on something ghoulish. While yet another possession story, HOLLOW looks of an EC ilk; colorful, ghastly and hopefully a bit mad.

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    Blood Window hosts Cannes Midnight Galas; to Screen “THE INCIDENT” & “DARKNESS BY DAY”

    Blood Window, the genre film market section of Argentina’s Ventana Sur, is teaming with the world’s top fantastic film festivals for a slate of Blood Window Midnight Galas this May in Cannes. Dedicated to the continuing growth and development of Latin American genre film, and with support from Austin’s Fantastic Fest, the famed Sitges Film Festival, Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, and the Frontieres Co-Production Market, which is a venture from Montreal’s Fantasia, as well as Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and Vision-in-Motion, Blood Window will give the Croisette the first looks at Isaac Ezban’s THE INCIDENT from Mexico, Santiago Salvarado’s FALLEN CAPE from Spain, Martin Desalvo’s DARKNESS BY DAY from Argentina and more.

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  • New York! “BLUE RUIN” screens tonight with Filmmaker Q&A!

    Jeremy Saulnier’s long-awaited follow-up to MURDER PARTY, BLUE RUIN, is a straightforward and emotionally and viscerally impacting little revenge picture that’s on its way to being one of the most acclaimed films of the season. Now out in limited release, BLUE RUIN has enjoyed a weekend of special event screenings at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema where Saulnier and star Macon Blair have joined audiences for Q&A’s. If you’ve yet to see this fantastic film however, the fun isn’t over yet. Saulnier and Blair return to Nitehawk tonight (April 28) where the Q&A will be moderated by our own Samuel Zimmerman.

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    Report: The Stanley Film Festival, an Essential Horror Retreat

    Traveling to the Stanley Hotel is already something of a pilgrimage. The historic lodge, built in 1909 and famous for its spectral activity, looms over Estes Park, CO, surrounded by stunning, natural but also otherworldly landscape. Then of course, there’s the fact that it was a catalyst in the mind of Stephen King; his own stay there inspired THE SHINING, one of the most seminal works of horror there is. Lucky for us then, The Stanley Hotel, the Denver Film Society and programmers Michael Lerman and Landon Zakheim have enhanced the inherent aura of the locale with the Stanley Film Festival. A weekend-long celebration of genre in all its forms, which wrapped its second edition over the course of April 24-27, is quickly establishing itself not only as a perfect horror vacation, but as growing into a vital horror retreat—an essential destination for all those who worship at the altar of the macabre.

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    Lost in the Catacombs; “AS ABOVE, SO BELOW” Trailer Debuts

    The Dowdle brothers, who previously brought horror fans THE POUGHKEEPSIE TAPES, QUARANTINE and DEVIL return to the POV aesthetic of the former two with AS ABOVE, SO BELOW. A descent into the historical Paris catacombs, which contain the remains of millions, the film aims to trap its ensemble with more than just bones, but their own closet skeleteons as well. 

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    Five Must-Sees of The Stanley Film Festival 2014

    This weekend, FANGORIA embarks on a spooky sojourn to the Stanley Hotel, a historic Colorado lodge infamous for hauntings and its tight association with Stephen King’s THE SHINING. There, midst gorgeous landscape, ghost hunts and genuine otherworldly atmosphere, the second edition of the Stanley Film Festival will be underway. A celebration of the macabre in all forms, from film to theatre to how it informs our lives, The Stanley boasts a truly stellar lineup of events. So thrilling is its itinerary, it seems a simple weekend makes for hard choices. Allow me to be so bold then, to make the dilemmas a little less difficult and recommend five aspects of the festival you shouldn’t miss.

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