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  • Five for Frightening: Five Freaky Horror Costumes!

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    For horror fans around the world, Halloween is never a strictly one-night affair; costume parties, eerie events, and fright fan conventions have turned horror into a way of life. Luckily, the frightening folks over at the Germany-based Horror Shop has everything a horrorhead could ever need, offering decorations, costumes and accessories to help celebrate our gruesome genre every day. Now, Horror Shop and FANGORIA are coming together to highlight five show-stopping horror costumes to help drop jaws and spin heads at parties and cons worldwide!

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  • Exclusive FX Pics; Comments: Head-Smashing Madness in “KILD TV”

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    Throughout the past several months, FANGORIA has kept tabs on KILD TV, the award-winning new suspense thriller from FX guru Michael Muscal (BRIDE OF CHUCKY) and filmmaker William Collins. With the film now on VOD and screening at Houston’s Comicpalooza this weekend, FANGORIA has an exclusive look into one of the film’s most splattery FX moments, as well as a chat with Collins, Muscal and Hawgfly Production’s Meredith Johns.

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  • Exclusive NSFW Photos from “THE LOVE WITCH”

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    Just in time for the witching hour, FANGO obtained a cauldron-full of photos from writer/director Anna Biller’s erotic horror tale THE LOVE WITCH, which will make its New York premiere at BAMCinemafest on June 24th. Gorgeously photographed in 35mm (!) by M. David Mullen, THE LOVE WITCH stars Samantha Robinson, Gian Keys, Laura Waddell, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, Jared Sanford, Robert Seeley and Jennifer Ingrum. Multi-hyphenate Biller also designed the film’s colorful sets and retro costumes, and she will attend the Brooklyn screening with her cast.

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  • Q&A: Henry Rollins talks “THE LAST HEIST”, “HE NEVER DIED 2”

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    Henry Rollins has played a lot of bloody, despicable roles over the past few years, but none such quite as unsettling as “Bernard” in Mike Mendez’s upcoming action/horror hybrid THE LAST HEIST. With the film hitting VOD and select theaters tomorrow, FANGORIA spoke to Rollins about the wicked role, as well as the latest on the sequel to HE NEVER DIED…

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  • Crossing Over: “DEFIANCE”

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    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, a column that highlights the films, series and content out there outside of horror that is fashioned towards or pays tribute to our beloved genre. By shining a light onto these projects, FANGORIA hopes to open a world of entertainment perfect for fright fans that lies just beyond the borders of the horror community. So without further ado…

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  • Boston Underground Film Festival Now Open For 2017 Submissions!

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    A new collection of darkly untamed films is being assembled now that the Boston Underground Film Festival is calling for submissions for its 2017 event. With its dedication to promoting independent films both strange and mentally twisted, B.U.F.F. can be relied on to deliver an intriguing line up. The films will be shown in 2017’s nineteenth annual B.U.F.F., held March 22nd through the 26th at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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  • Release Date, Artwork Revealed for Reelgore’s “VIOLENT SHIT – THE MOVIE”

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    Last week, FANGORIA reported on the creation of Reelgore Releasing, the newest international horror label from Cult Epics’ Nico B, as well as the first batch of terror titles attached. Now, FANGORIA has the latest word on their inaugural release, VIOLENT SHIT – THE MOVIE, including the release date and artwork for the 3-disc set!

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  • Arrow Video Announces Dante & International Titles, plus Craven in 4K For September!

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    Although they may be one of the new kids on the block in terms of U.S. releases, Arrow Video has undeniably hit horror fans strong out of the gate. With superb high definition restorations on SOCIETY, EATEN ALIVE!, BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR, and THE STUFF, one wonders just how they might be able to top themselves for the rest of 2016. Well, wonder no more, as Arrow’s latest line-up showcases terror titles from Joe Dante, Wes Craven, and more!

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  • A Brief Look at the Horror of Tokusatsu Heroes!

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    Recent years have seen a tremendous rise in popularity among superhero fiction in the West. The top-ten U.S. box office earners of all time currently include two BATMAN films and two AVENGERS films, and you don’t have to go much further down the list to find SPIDER-MAN and CAPTAIN AMERICA. With special effects reaching a point where the comic book page can translate more smoothly to screen than ever before, Marvel and DC characters are becoming massive, mainstream hits here in America. The success of these films has even lead to many television and Netflix series being greenlit by their respective studios.

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  • Exclusive Clip: Henry Rollins in “THE LAST HEIST”!

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    For those of us who love the horror genre, a new Mike Mendez movie is often a cause for celebration. With 2016 bringing us two new action/horror hybrids from the filmmaker, his unique, eccentric cinematic voice will have more opportunities than ever to reach fright fans, starting with THE LAST HEIST. With the suspenseful film one week away from it’s day-and-date release, FANGORIA is excited to offer up this exclusive clip from THE LAST HEIST, featuring Henry Rollins’ at his creepiest!

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  • The Dreadful Ten: 10 Underrated Horror Films from the New Millennium!

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    There is nothing more frustrating than discovering an obsession worthy horror film, only to find you are the one person who liked it. You’re met with blank stares every time you say the title, because the movie has simply slipped through the cracks. So you go online, realizing your computer is the only one who wants to talk more about this movie with you. That is where you find your treasured film being trashed on every movie review site in existence. We won’t stand for it! In honor of these neglected and misused horror films, FANGORIA brings you the most underrated movies of the past sixteen years.

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