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    Daniel Radcliffe talks his Igor in upcoming “FRANKENSTEIN”

    In a recent live Q&A with SiriusXM, HARRY POTTER and THE WOMAN IN BLACK star Daniel Radcliffe was asked about his upcoming turn in the Max Landis-scripted FRANKENSTEIN. A further reconstructing of the mythos, it’s been said this new FRANKENSTEIN would present the classic tale through the eyes of Igor, the famed hunchbacked servant who officially joined the Frankenstein lineage in 1939’s SON OF FRANKENSTEIN. Radcliffe confirms as such and offers a whole lot more on the picture, which he describes as a “romp.”

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    “THE DEMON’S ROOK” (Screamfest Movie Review)

    THE DEMON’S ROOK is exactly the kind of psychotronic gem we search for in no-budget/backyard/DIY horror. Director James Sizemore—wearing a vast array of horns and hats on the film including writer, star, producer and special makeup FX—is positively charged with realizing his entirely warped vision (is that what’s missing from so many movies?) of demons, netherworlds, surf rock barn parties and a bearded savior at all, and despite no, costs. Which is to say, in the already niche world of genre film, THE DEMON’S ROOK will occupy a special place in the hearts of a select few.

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    Trailer: Summer Camp Initiation Horror, “SOLO”

    Perhaps for Isaac Cravit and his first feature SOLO (the premiere title from Shock Till You Drop’s new distribution banner), it’s a happy coincidence that the East Coast remains in something of a perpetual Indian Summer at the moment. The idyllic, picturesque camp on display, and the not-so-idyllic ordeal its lead Gillian goes through there still feel in reach. Then again, is summer camp horror ever out of season for admirers?

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    Q&A: Director Jacob Vaughan on Good Puppetry and “BAD MILO”

    In BAD MILO, director Jacob Vaughan implicitly understands that our highest enjoyment of this tale of the titular intestinal demon and the havoc he wreaks would come with strings—or rods—attached. That is to say, BAD MILO works on a level of madcap horror/comedy thanks to all of the arguments we’ve seen in support of old school practical FX. Milo the demon is there, and so are his puppeteers Frank Langley and Bob Mano, bringing him in and out of Ken Marino’s butt to alternately bite dicks and cuddle close. FANGORIA spoke with Vaughan about the process of bringing Bad, and Good, Milo to life.

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    “GODZILLA” Concept Teaser is reminded of Hindu Scripture

    The immortal classic GOJIRA saw the King of the Monsters born out of the devastation of atomic attack on Japan. As we greatly anticipate the upcoming iteration from Gareth Edwards and seeming rebirth of the most iconic of movie monsters, the initial, fantastic concept teaser shown at SDCC in 2012 is reminiscent of those roots, recalling theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer’s words about witnessing the first detonation of a nuclear device in 1945.

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    “AHS: COVEN” aims to educate with Voodoo featurette

    As with the anticipation of AMERICAN HORROR STORY’s second season ASYLUM, COVEN has been preceded by a deluge of atmospheric, aesthetically-thrilling teasers that have culminated in a main titles sequence packed with the sort of black magick eeriness witches and their rituals evoke in our minds. This year, however, the main subjects of AMERICAN HORROR STORY are rooted in more real-world religious practices. To that end, both for context and an introduction to the world COVEN takes place in, a brief featurette attempts to educate the viewer on Voodoo, its mystic air and elegance, and dispel some of the more negative perceptions.

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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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