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    Hideo Nakata’s latest and more coming from new Shock Till You Drop line

    As is the case with FANGORIA Presents and Bloody Disgusting Selects, another of our brethren has taken a giant step in their love of horror, aiming to bring exciting international genre films directly to your door. Shock Till You Drop has partnered with indie distribution company The Orchard to release a line of films via DVD and On Demand, beginning this fall.

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    Los Angeles! Cinefamily’s United States of Horror midnight series begins tonight!

    In October 2012, L.A.’s storied Cinefamily made me ache from the East Coast as they rolled out a Video Nasty each midnight of October. This year, they’re again blowing minds, cinematically touring this great nation (and maybe in such gruesome fashion they sparked a government shutdown), highlighting all manner of genre filmmaking in many corners of the U.S. Undisputed classics, regional oddities and holy shit rarities (prints of WHITE OF THE EYE and DEATH BED!) are on deck. Find the full lineup below, and go because I can’t.

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    Catch Fango’s Rebekah McKendry during Scream Factory’s “31 Days of Screams”!

    Scream Factory, Shout! Factory’s fantastic label devoted to restoring beloved genre gems and oddities, has something special planned for the spooky season. Midst October’s 31 days of Halloween atmosphere, a Bloody Countdown to the best holiday will see a panel of horror aficionados talk all manner of fright cinema, a sweepstakes will select one lucky fan to win a year’s worth of Scream releases and daily deals will get you stoked on filling gaps in your collection. 

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    Greg Nicotero’s “WALKING DEAD” Webseries, “THE OATH” Debuts

    KNB’s legendary Greg Nicotero, who’s consistently doing some of the best work on THE WALKING DEAD (makeup or otherwise), has been at the helm not only of full episodes, but a series of webisode side stories in the massively popular TV show’s universe. Anticipating the series’ fourth season premiere, his latest work, a three-parter titled “The Oath” starring THE LAST EXORCISM’s Ashley Bell, has premiered.

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    Full Details and Art Reveal! Death Waltz Recording Co.’s “ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13″; Beyond Fest Exclusives

    Death Waltz Recording Co., the boutique label committed to collectible reissues and releases of classic and contemporary genre scores, are gearing up to launch their ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 Vinyl in exciting fashion. One of the most influential, and grooviest, electronic scores will see a stacked vinyl package and a kickoff party at L.A.’s upcoming Beyond Fest with one night only exclusives.

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    EXCL Stills: Beyond Fest British Invasion Film, “THE BORDERLANDS”

    One of the many thrilling evenings at the upcoming inaugural Beyond Fest in Los Angeles is the FANGORIA-presented British Invasion Night, a double bill of contemporary British terror featuring the highly anticipated latest from Ben Wheatley, A FIELD IN ENGLAND, and the introduction of a new UK genre talent in THE BORDERLANDS.

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    Trailer: “DREAD” director’s Human Marionette Horror “CASSADAGA”

    Anthony DiBlasi’s follow-up to promising Barker adaptation DREAD is finally hitting this fall. A supernatural/serial killer hybrid that sees a séance put a young woman in the path of a human marionette-making murderer, CASSADAGA first world premiered at Los Angeles’ Screamfest in 2011. Now, as the filmmaker’s third feature MISSIONARY makes its festival rounds, Archstone releases CASSADAGA in theaters on On Demand October 11.

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    Mondo pays tribute to EC & “TALES FROM THE CRYPT” with Halloween gallery show

    Mondo HQ in Austin, TX is now the Mondo Gallery (4115 Guadalupe St), a home to display their collectible art and host themed shows with even more astounding pieces. Last October, they honored the Universal Monsters. This year, they dip into TALES FROM THE CRYPT, VAULT OF HORROR, HAUNT OF FEAR and all the possibilities and inspiration EC Comics holds.

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    “POLTERGEIST” gets Parapsychologist in Jane Adams

    It seems Gil Kenan’s upcoming redo of the Tobe Hooper/Steven Spielberg great will find room for both a “Haunted House Cleaner” and a parapsychologist. The former, already announced with Jared Harris starring sounds something of a reality TV showboat. Will the latter, played by HUNG star Jane Adams (seen above in Joe Swanberg’s ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY), be an earnest counterpart?

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    Los Angeles’ inaugural Beyond Fest announces lineup; FANGORIA Presenting British Invasion Night!

    Aiming to present the best in “horror, sci-fi and badass cinema” at L.A.’s American Cinematheque this October, Beyond Fest is something of an astounding lineup of top contemporary genre films curated alongside massive repertory titles and special events like concerts and an all-night horrorthon, all presented by collective Amity, Death Waltz Recording Co. and featuring a thrilling roster of filmmakers and artists including legendary prog-rockers and Argento collaborators Goblin, Clive Barker, NEKROMANTIK’s Jörg Buttgereit, Joe Dante, Richard Donner and more. What’s more, FANGORIA will be on hand for a special evening of British terror with Ben Wheatley’s highly anticipated A FIELD IN ENGLAND and the U.S. premiere of the acclaimed UK feature, THE BORDERLANDS.

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    “LOVE ETERNAL” (Fantastic Fest Movie Review)

    In the opening scenes of LOVE ETERNAL, Ian Harding (a tender, troubled Robert de Hoog) spends his formative years among the dead. As a child, he plays with his father, running out of range of their walkie-talkies. When he returns, the man lays dead, seated outdoors. Later, midst puberty, Ian finds a popular girl from school hung by her own hand out in the forest. He visits the body endlessly, converses with it– forms a bond. Between these two significant moments in Ian’s life is a main titles sequence that elegantly strides through the countryside. Trees, caves, cliffsides and soil are as much of his foundation as the corpses he finds and socializes with. His conclusion and ours is obvious. Death is natural.

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