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    “WILD AT HEART” (Blu-ray Review)

    As a filmmaker who provokes curiosity and emotion through visually stunning narratives, David Lynch’s films are always thrilling to rediscover via high definition. With its last domestic release currently out of print on DVD, specialty distributor Twilight Time stepped up to the plate for the Blu-ray of one of Lynch’s most entertaining and colorful films, WILD AT HEART. With only 2 other Lynch films formally released on that format in the U.S. (BLUE VELVET and DUNE) and select Lynch works unavailable on any medium, this limited edition print is surely on every collector’s shopping list.

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    “Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies” (Film Review)

    In the world of genre film, there’s a seemingly constant discussion about the validity of “fun” as a means to excuse poor filmmaking. Speaking in a narrative sense, there is admittedly leeway in terms of logic and execution with horror films even if the story comes first and foremost. When a film hinges so much on this perspective however, a certain amount of desperation permeates and criminally depreciates the fun factor.

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    First, Intriguing Images: Ryan Gosling’s Feature Debut, “LOST RIVER”

    Announced as an official selection in the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Lineup, the curious excitement surrounding actor Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut LOST RIVER (previously, HOW TO CATCH A MONSTER) builds. Billed as something of a dark fantasty, horror noir, FANGORIA took extra notice of the film when Gosling made a bold, thrilling choice to cast the great Barbara Steele. Now, the film’s first images are certainly something to inspect.

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    “THE CANAL” (Tribeca Movie Review)

    THE CANAL begins. David addresses the camera directly (us). Within the film however, he’s speaking to an audience of children. As a cinema archivist, David is attempting to convey the importance of what these schoolchildren are about to witness. Introducing footage from the early 1900s, he tells them they’ll see ghosts, that everyone onscreen is now dead. To the viewer, it’s foreshadowing yes, but something more. Writer-director Ivan Kavanagh is engaging the dread in inevitability, as well as—through David’s profession and a host of unmistakable horror references to come—why we tell domestic horror stories: they keep occurring.

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    CONTEST: WATCH GANJA-FIED “HEAD OF THE FAMILY” FOR FREE AND WIN A RE-ANIMATION BLADE DOLL

    This April 20th – or, ahem, 4/20 – FullMoonStreaming.com goes Ganja bringing Charles Band’s 1996 blackly comic freak show HEAD OF THE FAMILY back in rotation in a newly retrofitted “Ganja Version”, streaming for FREE and giving fans the chance to win wild prizes and have fun getting interactive with the feature. In honor of this stoned-out redux, the lads and ladies at Full Moon have given FANGORIA a brand new, limited edition “RE-ANIMATION BLADE” doll to give away to a presumably less blotto fan. Wanna find out how? Read on!

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    Seattle: Laughs and Screams at Bonebat Comedy of Horrors Film Fest!

    Bleeding out on Saturday, April 26th, from 2:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. at Central Cinema, “Seattle’s only dine-in theater”, is the return of the BoneBat ‘Comedy of Horrors’ Film Festival. This year’s fest will include 2 Feature Films, and 30 hand-picked shorts from around the world, all seated within the comedy and/or horror genres, with both features standing as premieres.

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