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    FANGORIA Presents: “GERM Z” Video Diary, Part Five

    In the latest FANGORIA Presents release GERM Z, a deadly zombie outbreak spawns after the military executes what becomes a failed attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite. An alien lifeform hitches a ride to Earth posthaste and hooks up with unlucky humans; cue mass cannibalism and zombie mayhem. For this fifth release under the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria), GERM Z’s bright filmmaking team put together an exclusive five-part video documentary that reveals details on their unique zombie flick’s production.

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    FANGORIA Presents: “GERM Z” Video Diary, Part Four

    In the latest FANGORIA Presents release GERM Z, a deadly zombie outbreak spawns after the military executes what becomes a failed attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite. An alien lifeform hitches a ride to Earth posthaste and hooks up with unlucky humans; cue mass cannibalism and zombie mayhem. For this fifth release under the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria), GERM Z’s bright filmmaking team put together an exclusive five-part video documentary that reveals details on their unique zombie flick’s production.

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    FANGORIA SCREAMERS: Screamfest selects this month’s short film, Bill Palmer’s “VICKI”

    The fourth installment in Fangoria.com’s monthly SCREAMERS online short film series – Bill Palmer’s VICKI (2012) – comes to us from guest curator Rachel Belofsky, Director and Programmer of Los Angeles’ annual SCREAMFEST, which celebrates its 13th year from October 8-17, 2013 .

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    FANGORIA PRESENTS: “GERM Z” Video Diary, Part Three

    In the latest FANGORIA Presents release GERM Z, a deadly zombie outbreak spawns after the military executes what becomes a failed attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite. An alien lifeform hitches a ride to Earth posthaste and hooks up with unlucky humans; cue mass cannibalism and zombie mayhem. For this fifth release under the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria), GERM Z’s bright filmmaking team put together an exclusive five-part video documentary that reveals details on their unique zombie flick’s production.

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    FANGORIA Presents: “GERM Z” Video Diary, Part Two

    In the latest FANGORIA Presents release GERM Z, a deadly zombie outbreak spawns after the military executes what becomes a failed attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite. An alien lifeform hitches a ride to Earth posthaste and hooks up with unlucky humans; cue mass cannibalism and zombie mayhem. For this fifth release under the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria), GERM Z’s bright filmmaking team put together an exclusive five-part video documentary that reveals details on their unique zombie flick’s production.

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    FANGORIA Presents: “GERM Z” Video Diary, Part One

    In the latest FANGORIA Presents release GERM Z, a deadly zombie outbreak spawns after the military executes what becomes a failed attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite. An alien lifeform hitches a ride to Earth posthaste and hooks up with unlucky humans; cue mass cannibalism and zombie mayhem. For this fifth release under the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria), GERM Z’s bright filmmaking team put together an exclusive five-part video documentary that reveals details on their unique zombie flick’s production.

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    FANGORIA PRESENTS: “GERM Z”—Getting the Bug Part Two

    As a continuation of our previous discussion (see part one here) with GERM Z co-director J.T. Boone and producer Lynette Dixon about the indie zombie flick GERM Z, the fifth release on the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria), we also spoke with co-director John Craddock and editor Randy Paik. GERM Z is a character-driven study with a hint of romance and an abundance of zombies that spawn after the military unsuccessfully attempts to intervene when a satellite hurtles toward our planet.

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    FANGORIA Presents: “GERM Z”—Getting the Bug Part One

    Though some fans may fear the zombie subgenre has grown tired in recent times, they can rest assured that GERM Z unleashes a revitalizing new take on its variety. This indie horror flick, which details the story that unfolds when a deadly germination spawns after the military executes what becomes a failed attempt to shoot down a satellite orbiting Earth, is unique in multiple regards—namely resulting from its heavily character-driven plotline and strong acting, two factors rarely seen in similar low-budget films. We chatted with co-director J.T. Boone (who, in addition to writing the screenplay and helping to produce GERM Z, works as an attorney) and producer Lynette Dixon (a radiologist by trade, also currently getting her masters degree in psychology) about the film, which arrives as the fifth release under the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria).

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    July VOD voting still on, Read top tens from filmmaker guests!

    Since the launch of FANGORIA’s very own nook on Xfinity on Demand, each month has included a specially curated lineup (by esteemed programmer Zack Carlson) of retro titles that sees a healthy mix of hardline classics, undervalued gems and trashy delights. This July, however, we’re putting that responsibility in your hands.

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