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  • Philadelphia! See Modern Gorefest “PEELERS” This Saturday for Free!

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    Earlier this year, Philly-area fright fans were offered one of this year’s most diverse and demented events with the inaugural Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival. With the indie horror showcase a rousing success, PUFF is continuing on with free screenings of upcoming independent scare fare in the months leading up to Year Two of PUFF. And in the punk-rock spirit of the festival, PUFF is rounding out 2016 with a graphic gorefest that mixes NIGHT OF THE DEMONS with FROM DUSK TILL DAWN, Sevé Schelenz’s PEELERS, which Philly horrorheads can catch for free this Saturday, December 10th!

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  • Exclusive Clip: “THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT” Breaks Out The Talking Board!

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    At this point, any horror fan worth their weight can tell you that when a character breaks out a talking board, things are going to take a turn for the worse. But in Scott B. Hansen’s upcoming fright flick, THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT, speaking to the dead is just the tip of the eerie iceberg. And with the petrifying picture hitting screens this week, FANGORIA has an exclusive look at THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT, which you can check out below!

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  • Five for Frightening: Jerry Smith’s Top Five “PHANTASM” Moments!

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    It’s been nearly 40 years since PHANTASM scared audiences for the first time, unknowingly starting a franchise that would span five frightening entries, the last of which was this year’s PHANTASM: RAVAGER. With both bookending PHANTASM titles hitting DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow, December 6th via WellGo Entertainment, this writer thought he’d throw together a list of five scenes from the series that are particularly close to his blood-soaked heart. But be warned: there are spoilers from here on out, so unless you’re familiar with all five PHANTASM films, tread lightly!

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  • First Trailer for “THE MUMMY” Reveals New Universal Monster Universe!

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    After a banner year with studio, independent, and televised horror, 2017 looks to hold much petrifying promise as well. Yet for fans of the classic Universal Monster films, there’s been much curiosity- optimistic or otherwise- regarding the inaugural entry in Universal’s shared monster universe, Alex Kurtzman’s THE MUMMY. While the film has all the makings of the action-adventure blockbusters of Stephen Sommers’ MUMMY movies, fright fans have been wondering just how much horror would be on display in this reboot, and they’ve finally got a look with THE MUMMY’s first full trailer, which you can see below!

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  • Cult Epics Announces 25th Anniversary Screenings; “ANGST”, “DEATH BED”, More To Be Featured!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA shared the news of Cult Epics’ Indiegogo Campaign, as the lauded boutique Blu-ray distributor attempts to bring more transgressive terror titles from around the world to high-definition. However, this campaign also falls on the label’s 25th anniversary, and in support of the ongoing campaign, Cult Epics has set up a series of screenings this month to bring back these shocking cinematic cult classics to the big screen!

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  • Q&A: Actress Kika Magalhaes on “THE EYES OF MY MOTHER”

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    Even with the number of excellent horror performances coming out of the independent genre filmmaking scene in recent months, one certainly may have a hard time finding one as absolutely spellbinding as Kika Magalhaes in Nicolas Pesce’s brooding art-house horror film, THE EYES OF MY MOTHER. With a mixture between innocent naivety, amoral fascination, and predatory instincts, Magalhaes delivers a commanding performance that’s guaranteed to dig into your brain and leave you shaken. With the film now in select theaters and on VOD, FANGORIA caught up with Magalhaes about bringing to life a visceral villain you don’t see coming, and how her own personal darkness bled into that of her character in THE EYES OF MY MOTHER…

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  • Exclusive Deleted Scene: Humanoid Horror in Luke Scott’s “MORGAN”

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    Produced by Ridley Scott and featuring a powerhouse dream cast– Kate Mara, Toby Jones, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Paul Giamatti– Luke Scott’s directorial debut MORGAN delves into the potential dark side of our increasingly BRAVE NEW WORLD-esque existence, introducing us to a young not-quite-human girl bioengineered in a lab by scientists wrestling with the strange ethics of how to harness the power of a creation which, as the ad copy notes, “presents a mystery of both infinite promise and incalculable danger.” And, as one might guess from Jennifer Jason Leigh’s massive face trauma in the FANGO exclusive deleted scene clip below, this particular battle of the wills ain’t going so well for science at the moment. Humanoid Hybrid: 1. Eggheads: Zero.

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  • Q&A: Actor Stephen Lang on “DON’T BREATHE”

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    Who could have started off 2016 guessing that this year’s most terrifying cinematic villain would be a blind, old war veteran? Well, at least one person might have: Stephen Lang, who embodies the nameless Blind Man from Fede Alvarez’s heart-stopping horror/thriller DON’T BREATHE. Stealing scenes and scaring audiences in the sleeper hit of the summer, Lang delivered a fantastically frightening yet surprisingly multi-dimensional portrayal of a tormented man gone mad, and with the film now hitting DVD/Blu-ray, FANGORIA spoke to the season thespian about breathing life into DON’T BREATHE…

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  • “SHUT IN” (Film Review)

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    One of the things I love about horror is it dares to openly explore dark subject matter, and Farren Blackburn’s SHUT IN reminded me of how intriguing it is when psychological issues are explored from a horror point of view. Giving a deep and fascinating portrayal of guilt and insanity, SHUT IN excelled at the exploration of both emotions centered around the experiences of it’s protagonist, Mary, vividly played by Naomi Watts. And for this writer, SHUT IN works so powerfully because how well the film places the audience in the center of Mary’s insanity.

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  • Q&A: Actress Hannah Fierman on “V/H/S” Spin-off Film, “SiREN”

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    For horror fans, Hannah Fierman may be best recognized from her terrifying turn as the creature from the unforgettable “Amateur Night” segment of V/H/S. With her haunting catchphrase (“I like you.”) and a wicked physical performance that has earned praise and permeated through the horror community, fright fans have been excitedly awaiting for the spin-off feature film that gives a deeper look at the character, entitled SiREN. Now, with the film finally set to be unleashed upon horrorheads, FANGORIA caught up with Fierman to talk about reprising this now iconic role, shedding light on her mysterious creature performance, and more…

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  • Rest In Peace Don Calfa (1939 – 2016)

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    Just a few days short of his 77th birthday, FANGORIA is sad to report that cult film and horror icon Don Calfa has passed away, as per various reports from his former co-stars. A fine performer and convention stalwart, Calfa’s standing in the genre film community was never questioned, and while he was long overdue for a career renaissance akin to his more prolific counterparts, Calfa’s work certainly speaks for itself, and will remain to do so for years to come.

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  • Viral Finnish Short Film “NIGHTSATAN” To Spill More Blood as Feature Film!

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    In the wave of nostalgia-driven art that has hit over the past few years, you’d be hard-pressed to find something as truly as weird or as insane as Chrzu’s NIGHTSATAN AND THE LOOPS OF DOOM. A story of a cannibal synth band who face off against a bloodthirsty DJ witch, this film is absolutely insane, with practical FX and an unforgettable original score that will leave your pulse pounding far after the film is over. Of course, this naturally means that NIGHTSATAN’s adventures are not yet finished, and with your help, you can help NIGHTSATAN become the gory, bizarre feature film it’s meant to be!

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