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  • Exclusive Stills, Release Info: Dylan Greenberg’s “AMITYVILLE: VANISHING POINT”

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    Last year, FANGORIA reported on DARK PRISM, offering the first word and clip on the upcoming surrealist horror offering from 18-year-old director Dylan Greenberg. And while that film is still on the way, Greenberg has already completed her sophomore feature, AMITYVILLE: VANISHING POINT, which promises to be an intense twist on the Amityville legend, and FANGORIA has the first official stills and information on the horror flick below!

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  • For Your Consideration: The 2016 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Supporting Actress

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    With voting season now open on the FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards, fans are putting their minds at work to select their favorites out of every potential nominee. When it came to Best Supporting Actress, there were many deserving choices who didn’t unfortunately make the cut, including KRAMPUS’ Allison Tolman, SOME KIND OF HATE’s Sierra McCormack, and DEATHGASM’s Kimberley Crossman. Likewise, there were even horror titles whose eerie ensembles made it quite difficult to narrow down a specific nominee, including THE MIDNIGHT SWIM and THE FINAL GIRLS. Nevertheless, with only five performers that could land the nominations, FANGORIA had to narrow it down to our five absolute favorite supporting performances from an actress in 2015…

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  • Will Alchemy’s Financial Woes Hurt Rob Zombie’s “31”?

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    Last last night, news broke over at Deadline that distributor Alchemy had slashed its staff by almost 50% over the past week, shortly after they cut a deal with A24 to take over distribution on Cannes favorite THE LOBSTER. Meanwhile, a dark cloud has been cast over the other films in Alchemy’s roster, which include Ben Wheatley’s upcoming crime thriller FREE FIRE, James Franco’s period psychodrama ZEROVILLE and Rob Zombie’s highly anticipated horror offering 31, with rumblings already starting regarding the uncertain futures of those films.

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  • “THE VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION III” (Blu-ray Review)

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    While Scream Factory pours their heart and soul into any box set they release, the boutique distributor’s pride and joy would be their series of VINCENT PRICE COLLECTIONS. Having already brought such classic films such as HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES, WITCHFINDER GENERAL and more to high definition via these sets, the VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION series have been a fitting tribute to the performer’s esteemed oeuvre with enough unique special features to impress even the most ardent collector. Now, Scream Factory is back with their third VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION, although with many of Price’s classics already on the HD market, this selection is going deeper into his filmography with more obscure titles and extras to boot.

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  • “THE MUTILATOR” (Blu-ray Review)

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    One of the benefits of being a relatively younger fright fan is being able to see the cult classics and eerie obscurities of the ’80s for the first time in this day and age. Whether it’s insane fright fare like BLOOD RAGE, the campy fun of MADMAN or the ridiculous proto-slashers of BLOOD AND LACE, they certainly don’t make ’em how they used to, and without the baggage of the bigger franchises looming over them as they must have upon their initial release, these bad boys often take a life of their own. And somewhere among the weirder horror offerings is THE MUTILATOR, a brutal oddity that, for all of its pacing and dialogue issues, more than makes up for it in the gore department with a stylish scene or two to help keep things interesting.

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