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  • [EXCLUSIVE CLIP] Repulsive rodent plagues couple in short film “MOUSE”

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    We’ve all read horrifying stories about unlucky consumers who have discovered various insects, objects, and even vermin in their food. The sickening idea has been taken to another level and put into the form of a short film, aptly titled, MOUSE. The film was named a Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere and is set to debut on the streaming site on June 28th.



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  • [GIVEAWAY] Bruce Campbell’s “HAIL TO THE CHIN” book coming August 2017

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    For horror fans, anything involving Bruce Campbell is a guaranteed entertainment success, no matter the format. Fifteen years after the release of his bestselling memoir IF CHINS COULD KILL, Campbell returns with the follow-up book HAIL TO THE CHIN to be released via Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press this August!

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  • Julius Ramsay’s “MIDNIGHTERS” exclusive stills, World Premiere at LA Film Fest on June 19th

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    The Los Angeles Film Festival is creeping upon us and this year’s fest is hosted by ARCLiGHT CiNEMAS Culver City and The Culver Studios from June 14-22 2017. There are several great independent flicks slated to screen at the festival, but there has been buzz circulating about Julius Ramsay’s theatrical directorial debut (director/editor of AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD) to come this week. His new thriller, MIDNIGHTERS, was written by his brother Alston Ramsay who also helped him produce the film. Starring Alex Essoe (STARRY EYES, TALES OF HALLOWEEN) alongside Perla Haney-Jardine (STEVE JOBS, SPIDER-MAN 3) with Dylan McTee (MTV’S SWEET VICIOUS) and Ward Horton (ANNABELLE, THE WOLF OF WALL STREET), MIDNIGHTERS tells the dark tale of a couple whose involvement in a crime begins to develop into an intricate web of lies and misfortune.

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  • Rob Savage’s horror short “DAWN OF THE DEAF” exclusive clip, online premiere coming June 14th

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    Director Rob Savage’s suspenseful DAWN OF THE DEAF horror short made an impressive round on the festival circuit scoring screenings and awards at several notable festivals including: Sundance Film Festival 2017, Sitges International Film Festival 2016 and Fantastic Fest 2016, just to name a few. It was also recently named a Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere and is set to debut on the streaming site June 14th.

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  • “THE MUMMY” (Review)

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    When it comes to horror, I’m Old School.  Mention “The Mummy” and I immediately think of Karloff’s 1932 classic… or Christopher Lee’s glorious Hammer remake… but there’s a new Mummy in town and this one is a total b!tch.  In an innovative twist, stunning Algerian actress Sofia Boutella plays Ahmanet, an Egyptian princess entombed alive after murdering her father and others during a savage power grab. Boutella is exotic, commanding and moves like a jungle cat – no surprise as she was one of Madonna’s dancers on her Sticky & Sweet Tour. Boutella also practically stole Kingsman: The Secret Service as the legless assassin. In The Mummy she owns the screen whenever she’s on.  This young actress has no problem facing down co-star Tom Cruise, a shoo-in for Dorian Gray as he seemingly hasn’t aged since Top Gun.  Cruise plays Nick Morton, a roguish soldier of fortune with a passion for antiquities who stumbles upon the princess’ hidden tomb thanks to a map stolen from a feisty British archaeologist (Annabelle Wallis).  Jurassic World’s Jake Johnson provides some comic relief as Cruise’s jokey army buddy who dies, then comes back to haunt him. Literally.  They ignore all the signs that this is one sarcophagus that should stay buried and fly it back to London, or try to – their plane crashes in an outstanding feat of action filmmaking that took over 16 parabolic flights to capture Cruise and Wallis knocking around in Zero G.  

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  • Waxwork Records unleashes 30th anniversary deluxe vinyl of “EVIL DEAD 2” soundtrack!

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    For those unfamiliar, Waxwork Records has made it their mission to deliver classic horror film soundtracks, complete with re-mastered audio, deluxe packaging and new artwork to fright fans everywhere. They’ve already released plenty of iconic soundtracks including: SALEM’S LOT, RE-ANIMATOR, CLIVE BARKER’S NIGHTBREED, THE THING, TOURIST TRAP, C.H.U.D, and CREEPSHOW, just to name a few.

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  • [EXCLUSIVE STILLS] Luciano and Nicolas Onetti’s “WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND” trailer exudes absolute madness

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    The Onetti Brothers, who you may recognize from their previous features, SONNO PROFONDO (2013) and FRANCESCA (2015), scored the chance to debut the trailer for their newest horror film WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

    The trailer starts out with a normal narrated opening, complete with interesting facts about the location, Epecuén, and its history. Slowly fading into unsettling views of the area, suspicion begins to build and suggests the Argentinian city may not be as peaceful as it sounds. Then, absolute chaos erupts. WHAT THE WATERS LEFT BEHIND looks like it will be a torture-filled, grungy horror masterpiece. Blood and gore film fans: keep an eye on this release. It will be a blood-bath.

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  • Phil Tippett’s stop-motion project “MAD GOD PART 3” Kickstarter details, exclusive stills

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    Oscar and Emmy Award-winning visual effects mastermind Phil Tippett is currently working on a third installment of his stop-motion series MAD GOD, fully funded by Kickstarter. MAD GOD Part 1 earned a mind-blowing $124,156, surpassing its pledged $40,000 goal to bring it to life and proves it’s a project that fans yearn for.

    For those unfamiliar, read more about MAD GOD below:

    Mad God is an experimental, hand-made, animated film, set in a Miltonesque world of monsters, mad scientists, and war pigs.

    Directed by legendary visual effects and stop-motion craftsman Phil Tippett, the sets, creatures, effects and spirit are, in every way, independent and created from the heart.  Sometimes that heart is bursting with love for the craft, while other times it’s punctured and bleeding all over the place… 24 frames per second.

    MAD GOD is a mature film made with technology that spans the history of cinema.

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  • Eric D. Howell talks horror with a lot of heart in his directorial debut “VOICE FROM THE STONE”

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    Cutting his teeth as a special effects artist, stuntman and second unit director, Eric D. Howell went on to study a screenwriting degree when he realized that, in order to direct his way out of a problem, he also needed to be able to write his way out of a problem. One thing lead to another and it wasn’t long before his short film “Annas Playground” was shortlisted for an Academy Award nomination. And whilst it didn’t quite make it into the final few, it opened the door and earned him both respect and representation which ultimately resulting in the script for his directorial debut, VOICE FROM THE STONE, reaching his hands.

    With this tale of love, loss and grief and all of the fears and horrors that go along with that all set to release this Friday, Howell spoke to FANGORIA to explain how this sui generis spin on the classic ghost tale resonated so strongly with him, urging him to bring the story to life…


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  • Crippling sleep paralysis dwells in grim, new horror film “DEAD AWAKE”

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    From director Phillip Guzman, DEAD AWAKE stars Jocelin Donahue (THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL) as a social worker who gets lost in a dark situation when investigating several bizarre deaths – all of the victims have died from sleep paralysis. This case is not like any other, and the nightmarish happenings will prove that the sleep condition isn’t the only thing to be feared. 

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  • Exclusive clip from Tribeca Film Fest hit “HOUNDS OF LOVE”

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    The 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival wrapped a month ago, but one film that continues to linger in our minds is Australian writer/director Ben Young’s serial-killer-couple shocker HOUNDS OF LOVE. For those who missed the film’s NYC and South by Southwest premieres, fear not. The film opens in select cities this Friday from indie company Gunpowder & Sky and will also be on VOD simultaneously. To whet your appetite, check out this exclusive clip that Fango obtained!

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