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  • Premiere: James Sizemore’s NSFW, Gory Occult Short, “GOAT WITCH”

    Now on demand is director James Sizemore’s homemade epic THE DEMON’S ROOK, a film which combines DIY SFX ethos with imaginative occult mythology and lurid pleasures like satanic ritual and serious gore. Crafted earnestly on a shoestring, the film is entirely ambitious in its psychotronic aesthetic, rising above most backyard horror fare to reach a place of genuine oddity and madness. And there’s more where that came from.

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    30 For 31: “HÄXAN”

    The Season of the Witch is upon us, ye ole FANGORIA Readers! To many, Halloween means candy, costumes and creepshows of all sorts. But to the staff at FANGORIA, Halloween can mean something more entirely. Therefore, we present 30 FOR 31, in which FANGORIA recounts the cinema that most strongly represents what Halloween means to us.

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  • Excl Image, Comments: Melanie Light’s Vegan-Themed Horror, “THE HERD”

    World Premiering as part of GRIMMFEST, the annual horror festival from Manchester’s Grimm Up North is Melanie Light’s short THE HERD. In THE HERD, Light—whose previous short work has introduced a confrontational, visceral horror filmmaker—aims to craft another piece with a fierce point-of-view and acclaimed pedigree, including star Pollyanna McIntosh (THE WOMAN) and the first narrative score from Gallows guitarist Laurent Barnard. In anticipation of the October 2nd screening, playing alongside the McIntosh-starring LET US PREY, FANGORIA presents an exclusive image, as well as some words from Light and Barnard on THE HERD.

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    Q&A: Director Luciano Onetti on Experimental Neo-Giallo, “SONNO PROFONDO”

    Neo-giallo is a fascinating, often exhilarating thing. As the beloved genre is currently seeing a revival, be it in small stylistic nods or all-out throwback, the current incarnations are more interesting than average subgenre homage. Possibly because giallo is so steeped in style, design and psychosexual leanings, the current crop aren’t tediously adhering to formula.

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  • EXCL Image: Two Men Marooned in “THE ABCs OF DEATH 2″

    Excerpted from “E is for Equilibrium” is FANGORIA’s exclusive still from spectrum spanning horror anthology sequel THE ABCs OF DEATH 2. A variety of the visceral, vicious, abject and hilarious, the follow-up to 2012’s education in death features another stellar lineup of globe-spanning and up-and-coming genre filmmakers. “E’s” helmer, Alejandro Brugués falls in both categories.

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  • EXCL Clip: Stephen Lang Has a Few Little Questions in “Stephen King’s A GOOD MARRIAGE”

    Out this week is Stephen King’s A GOOD MARRIAGE, which boasts the legendary author’s first screenplay adapted from one of his works in 25 years. Based on a short story in collection FULL DARK, NO STARS, the film stars the great Joan Allen as Darcy, a woman whose seemingly idyllic marriage is upended when she discovers her husband Bob (Anthony LaPaglia) may be a serial killer. FANGORIA presents an exclusive clip from the film, a tense little number, in which a regionally accented detective (Stephen Lang) tries to peg Darcy for the crimes as well.

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    30 For 31: “LAKE MUNGO”

    The Season of the Witch is upon us, ye ole FANGORIA Readers! To many, Halloween means candy, costumes and creepshows of all sorts. But to the staff at FANGORIA, Halloween can mean something more entirely. Therefore, we present 30 FOR 31, in which FANGORIA recounts the cinema that most strongly represents what Halloween means to us. 

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  • Get a Load of the Freakish New “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Titles

    It’s an annual event, unveiling the new set of opening titles for each season of AMERICAN HORROR STORY. Linked only by the same, harsh sonic dread and a proclivity to throw out unnerving images thematically and aesthetically tied to the respective season’s setting, the titles are always fantastic and sometimes better than a given episode itself. Here then, are FREAK SHOW’s, which look a departure in their more purely animated, but no less bothersome, style. 

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