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    “BLOOD AND GUTS”: Scott Ian wolfs out with Almost Human

    Last season, host Scott Ian visited Almost Human owner Rob Hall and got a knife in the face, courtesy of Chromeskull. Now, BLOOD AND GUTS meets the rest of the gang on set of MTV’s TEEN WOLF. As you might expect, things get hairy when artists Chris Gallaher and Erik Porn give some real insight into the high-speed nature of television, timing Scott’s transformation into their own spin on a classic creature.

    For more on BLOOD AND GUTS, visit the series’ official Facebook and Twitter, as well as subscribe to the The Nerdist’s YouTube channel.

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    “BLOOD AND GUTS”: Scott Ian goes “HELLBOY” with Spectral Motion

    Guillermo del Toro’s go-to guys get the spotlight this week on The Nerdist and FANGORIA’s BLOOD AND GUTS. Join Anthrax guitarist and your host Scott Ian  for another round of animatronic amazement as Mike Elizalde and Brian Walsh of Spectral Motion detail their process, innovations, tour some of their finest and favorite work and eventually have a run-in with HANSEL & GRETEL’s Edward the Troll. 

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    FANGORIA Presents “AXED”: Music to Murder By

    In today’s FANGORIA Presents exclusive, we unveil some of the deadly doings in AXED, the second release on our VOD/DVD label (see here for details). The British film’s creators have created a special montage of nasty images from AXED, set to music from the movie. “The composer is Aleksandar Dimitrijevic,” says AXED’s writer/director Ryan Lee Driscoll. “He’s moving from high profile trailers to working in the movies, and he picked AXED to make the break!”

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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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    Calling all filmmakers! Submit your movie to FANGORIA Presents’ new VOD, Digital and DVD company

    FANGORIA’s movie distribution network has returned in a big way with the debut of FANGORIA Presents, a new partnership with Hollywood-based Brainstorm Media that puts our bloody brand in the homes of tens of millions via Comcast, Time Warner, DISH, DIRECTV, AT&T, Cox, Bright House… and the list grows everyday!

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    “BLOOD AND GUTS” is back! Season premiere sets sh*t on fire

    The Nerdist and FANGORIA’s BLOOD AND GUTS with Scott Ian has returned, and it’s kicking things off with some real fire-works.

    Our behind-the-scenes web series sees metal legend and Anthrax guitarist Ian tour the wonderful world of makeup FX artistry. The premiere season visited the likes of Greg Nicotero, Gary Tunnicliffe, Jennifer Aspinall, Rob Hall/Almost Human and Jerry Constantine. This go round, the lineup is just as killer and first up is exploring gunshots, squibs and explosions with Ron Trost of Class A Special Effects Inc.

    For much more, you’d do well to follow BLOOD AND GUTS on Facebook and Twitter, as well as subscribe to the The Nerdist’s fantastic YouTube channel.

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