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    Clip, Stills and Trading Cards show off the Zombots of “FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY”

    It is endlessly fascinating the madness that FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY could hold. Seemingly surpassing tired Nazi zombie imagery, Richard Raaphorst has gone into real deal Nazi experimentation and what would happen if the Third Reich got their hands on Dr. Frankenstein’s plans. There’s a world of possibility there and thankfully the zombot designs (from Rogier Samuels and his Unreal FX team) Dark Sky Films has no problem showing off are delivering.

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    A single take of terror in new “GRAVITY” trailer

    At San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, world class director Alfonso Cuarón (CHILDREN OF MEN) apparently revealed he’d like to set his sights on a horror movie next. Funny, considering this extended sequence from his upcoming technologically innovative deep space thriller GRAVITY may end up one of the most tense and horrifying things this year.

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    Q&A: Kristina Buozyte on surreal, psychosexual “VANISHING WAVES”

    VANISHING WAVES imagines something intense: A neural connection, a relationship forged entirely inside the mind of someone who’s retreated entirely from trauma and the world at large. There, thanks to stunning scientific progression, a surreal, incredibly sexual and weirdly violent landscape awaits. It makes for a haunting, beautiful headtrip in Lithuanian filmmaker Kristina Buozyte’s second feature, now arriving on DVD from thrilling new distributor Artsploitation Films.

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    [SDCC '13] Sam’s Comic-Con Highlights!

    This year in San Diego, for one glorious hour or so, I lived in a Mario Bava movie. That’s how it felt, at least, and that was the best. How appropriate I was determined to only drink wine that evening. That was Thursday, the day one that feels like day two of Comic-Con. If I’ve noticed anything these past few years that FANGORIA made the trip, it’s that Preview Night is no small sneak anymore, and the line to purchase one of my highlights below was just as rough Wednesday as any other day.

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