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    Shots of Jaeger: Meet the latest “PACIFIC RIM” mechs

    In gearing up for a July release and this weekend’s WonderCon in Anaheim, Guillermo del Toro’s latest has a very active social media campaign. This week, the official Facebook has been introducing would-be fans and those who’re very much anticipating the monsters vs. mechs opus to Earth’s last saviors, the Jaegers. Up for a good look is America’s Gipsy Danger (who we’ve only seen in blueprint form), Australia’s Striker Eureka, China’s Crimson Typhoon and Russia’s Cherno Alpha, who looks crushing.

    From writer Travis Beacham and the no-intro-necessary del Toro, PACIFIC RIM is the story of kaiju risen from the sea and the team of tough ass jaegers man has assembled to take them down. The movie is out July 12th in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D, all of which I plan to attend at some point.

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    The YOU’RE NEXT trailer is here!

    Excitedly rejuvenating home-invasion by simply being both frightening and a hell of a lot fun, the long-awaited YOU’RE NEXT is almost  out. This trailer is the first many will see of the movie and once the mayhem kicks in, does a great job of nailing the hotly-paced, thrilling, big grin-inducing good time this film is. It is also majorly funny, but hopefully you’ll discover that in the theater.

    YOU’RE NEXT stars AJ Bowen (whose film THE SIGNAL also used Lou Reed’s “Perfect Day,” before having to change), Joe Swanberg, Barbara Crampton, Amy Seimetz, Nicholas Tucci and Rob Moran as the Davisons, whose family reunion is murderously interrupted by the aforementioned animals. “An unlikely guest of the family (an amazing Sharni Vinson), however, proves to be the most talented killer of all.”

    YOU’RE NEXT is out August 23. You can find our very excited review here, and keep an eye on Fango for more from the film in the coming months. [iTunes premiered]

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    Trailer: Hideo Nakata finds old school eerie in “THE COMPLEX”

    Has your nostalgia for J-horror kicked in yet? After the likes of Hideo Nakata’s RINGU and DARK WATER, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s KAIRO (PULSE) and more ushered in a new wave of international terror, the influence was far-reaching—from stylistic flourish to the era of the remake—and eventually tired many fans out. Now, Nakata is seemingly returning to his roots as his latest, THE COMPLEX, prepares to play the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival. Its trailer is like an old friend. 

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    “BLOOD AND GUTS”: Scott Ian goes Ape for Animatronics with Studio ADI

    The second season of The Nerdist and FANGORIA’s BLOOD AND GUTS with Scott Ian is underway, and a week after our explosive premiere, host Scott Ian is wowed by the magic of animatronics and men-in-suits with Studio ADI.

    Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff, Jr. take Fango & co. on a tour behind the curtain of aliens, predators, gorillas and gil men for one of the most stunning BLOOD AND GUTS yet. Just 2:00-4:20, as Gillis kicks things off talking the marriage of mechanics and performer that goes into their gorilla, is seriously incredible stuff. What follows is a tour through their legendary work including THE MONSTER SQUAD, ALIENS, PREDATOR, TREMORS, STARSHIP TROOPERS and beyond!

    For much more on BLOOD AND GUTS, catch up with season two below and head over to the official Facebook and Twitter, as well as subscribe to The Nerdist Channel on YouTube.

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    Check out the lineup for April’s FANGORIA Videocrypt on VOD!

    Monday, April 1 brings our second month of residence on Comcast on Demand and a brand new FANGORIA Videocrypt to keep you full of terrifying treasures and the latest in our FANGORIA Presents lineup. April’s theme, from esteemed programmer/producer Zack Carlson comes in the form of “Spectral Splatter and Hillbilly Hellrides!”

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    You can own the “JOHN DIES AT THE END” meat monster

    Don Coscarelli’s JOHN DIES AT THE END is an intensely bizarre, endearing trip of a movie. One of the highlights is undoubtedly the old-school FX that went into creating the jaw dropper of a meat monster that comes together from reanimated cuts of flesh. Created by Robert Kurtzman, that same slab of creature is now available to display, or wear!

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