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    EXCL Photos: Christopher Denham’s Tribeca Midnight Premiere, “PRESERVATION”

    One of the best, and sadly lesser known, films of the current found footage boom is Christopher Denham’s HOME MOVIE. With that film, the talented actor seen in SOUND OF MY VOICE certainly earned eager anticipation for his follow-up feature, whatever it may be. It is now arriving in the form of PRESERVATION, a film world premiering in the Midnight Section of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and one that seeks to subvert a certain kind of age-old horror story. Prior to its premiere, see an exclusive peek at PRESERVATION in new images, below. 

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    Exclusive: 1st “WE ARE STILL HERE” set pics, filmmakers talk Fulci influence

    It’s a brisk, very chilly morning when Fango visits the upstate-New York location of the grisly ghost story WE ARE STILL HERE (from which we brought back exclusive photos you can see below). But things have clearly been heating up in the rural house the filmmakers have commandeered for the occasion, judging by the splattery remnants scattered around the interiors.

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    Amy Adams in Talks for Alien Thriller from “PRISONERS” Filmmaker; Director Comments

    PRISONERS director Denis Villenueve is getting further out there with each follow-up. His latest, the surreal and uneasy doppelganger tale ENEMY is currently in theaters. With its monstrous visions, the film likely prepared him for STORY OF YOUR LIFE, his upcoming alien-centric thriller based on a short story by Ted Chiang, and which it looks like will likely star Amy Adams.

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    Paper Dolls for a Home Invader in Fantastic “BORGMAN” Poster

    BORGMAN is wild. The surreal, Dutch black comedy can be cutely described as something like “DOGTOOTH, but a home invasion movie,” but that only kind of accounts for the weird stuff on display. Brutally funny, but bleak and frightening as the titular invader plays and positions the family at hand, this poster beautifully captures just what’s happening in the upcoming Drafthouse Films release.

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    “FEAR CLINIC,” Ace Frehley Take Part in Texas Frightmare Weekend

    Texas Frightmare Weekend 2014, of which FANGORIA is among its proud sponsors, is just a month away. As that short window closes, the con refuses to stop, announcing KISS member and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ace Frehley of KISS as attending, as well as director Robert Hall (LAID TO REST) and his FEAR CLINIC star, Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour.

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “PROPHECY” (1979)

    Finally, the warmth of spring is upon us here at the FANGORIA archive! How do we know? Aside from the downpour of acid rain and our blood-red pollinated eyes, the myriad monsters are finally coming out of hibernation! Coincidentally, some particularly boorish beasties dragged with them some stills from a classic nature-gone-wrong film, PROPHECY!

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    EXCL Images: The Frightened and Frightening Faces of “OCULUS”

    The rapidly approaching OCULUS, from director Mike Flanagan, is surely something special. The follow-up to his low budget, terrifically atmospheric ABSENTIA is an unsettling and properly frightening piece of work, one with an ensemble of horrified and horrifying faces that sell both the eerie happenings and emotional heft on hand. FANGORIA is excited to present an exclusive peek at the film and its expression of terror, below.

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    “THE STUFF” (Arrow Video Blu-ray Review)

    Like all movies by the great Larry Cohen, the logline for The Stuff sounds hopelessly stupid, while the film itself is surprisingly intelligent. It is of course, a film about sentient alien goo that becomes America’s most popular snack food. Pitched somewhere between THE BLOB and a satirical McDonalds advert, there’s really nothing else like the movie that works far better than it has any right to. Even though he’s long been a cult figure in the genre community, writer/director Larry Cohen is one of those filmmakers who has never quite attained the respect he deserves. His finest movies like THE STUFF are wholly unique, surprisingly intelligent, cleverly written, well-acted, messy, campy, and endlessly entertaining. Those are the qualities that tend to breed cult film and over the years THE STUFF has steadily built a fanbase of loveable lunatics who share Cohen’s uniquely cracked worldview.

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