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    Shadowvision: “VACANCY”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black-and-white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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    Exclusive trailer and pics: “GETTING SCHOOLED,” the “BREAKFAST CLUB” of horror!

    While the 30th anniversary of the events of the teen classic THE BREAKFAST CLUB was celebrated this week, those who’d prefer the detention to become a bloodbath will be looking forward to the new movie GETTING SCHOOLED—as will Ron Jeremy fans. We’ve got an exclusive first look at the trailer and a few pics, along with words from the creators!

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    Q&A: Kurt Angle, on “PRO WRESTLERS VS. ZOMBIES”

    Ever since the zombie culture craze inspired dozens of filmmakers to pitch their own contribution to the genre, horror fans have seen their fair share of insane zombie mash-ups. Yet few have as much cross-genre appeal as PRO WRESTLERS VS. ZOMBIES, which pits a band of professional wrestlers against a horde of the undead in an abandoned prison. Mixing the supernatural with dark comedy and action, the film brings in some recognizable faces from across the world of wrestling, including Matt Hardy, Shane Douglas, THEY LIVE’s Roddy Piper and DYLAN DOG: DEAD OF NIGHT’s Kurt Angle.

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    Celebrate “THE LAST HALLOWEEN” with a scary short

    Canadian filmmaker Marc Roussel, whose short movies include the much-praised time-hopping chiller REMOTE, has a new one making the festival rounds called THE LAST HALLOWEEN, which will have its on-line premiere this October (natch). He sent along a couple of exclusive pics with comments on the film, and you can also see the trailer past the jump.

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    “PHANTASM: RAVAGER” Trailer Premieres; Coscarelli and Hartman Speak

    Almost out of nowhere, the existence of a long-clamored for fifth PHANTASM film was thrust onto the world and into the lives of genre fans. And just as swiftly, the puzzle pieces of this curious sequel started connecting. Titled PHANTASM: RAVAGER, the film is written and directed by David Hartman, a longtime friend of PHANTASM creator and genre legend Don Coscarelli and will feature plenty of returning cast including the requisite Angus Scrimm and Reggie Bannister, as well as Michael Baldwin, Bill Thornbury and Kat Lester. Now, the first footage has debuted and the filmmakers have spoken. Find out what to expect from PHANTASM: RAVAGER, below.

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    “HAPPY CAMP” (Movie Review)

    Writer-Director Josh Anthony and his feature debut, the found footage piece HAPPY CAMP, believe heavily in foreshadowing. Admirably employing the POV horror-standard prosumer cameras with some semblance of style—instead of simply the illusion of rawness—the filmmaker focuses on a statue of Sasquatch upon the main characters’ traffic circle arrival in the titular town; Happy Camp the town and HAPPY CAMP the movie will revolve around the possibility of this beast. Moments later, with the camera up front in the driver’s seat as the Winnebago starts to break down, we know this is the final destination for all.

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    Q&A: Lloyd Kaufman and the cast of “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH”

    What do you call a comeback for something that never really went away in the first place? That’s the question inadvertently asked by RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH, VOLUME 1 when it skyrocketed Troma into the pop culture lexicon once more. Despite always having worked as a distribution entity as they bring their films into the digital age, it’s been the better part of a decade since Troma has brought their unequivocal brand cinematic terrorism to theaters.

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