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  • “DECAY” (Film Review)

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    Joseph Wartnerchaney’s feature debut, DECAY follows the romance between a middle-aged loner, and the corpse of a local teenage girl. This concept will encourage comparisons to NEKROMANTIK, but the character Jonathan, to whom DECAY devotes its full attention, has little in common with the Crimson Climaxer of the German cult classic. Instead of dissecting a crazed necro-rapist, we are shanghaied along a one-month transformation to Jonathan’s self-awareness. These abstractions make demands from the audience that will undoubtedly frustrate certain viewers – perhaps a necrophile looking to pop in a sick flick and… crack open a cold one? On the other hand, viewers who are willing to put forth the effort may find a horror greater than the rape and murder they were likely expecting.

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  • The Cutting Room: Directors Jay Lender & Micah Wright on “THEY’RE WATCHING”

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    Welcome to THE CUTTING ROOM, a new column on FANGORIA.com that highlights the  stories that most share DNA of our print counterpart. Rather than just feature the articles and interviews that didn’t make the cut, this column is dedicated to providing a greater lifeline between FANGORIA Magazine and FANGORIA.com.

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  • Crypt TV and Luchagore Productions Team For Visceral Easter Short!

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    Having played host to burgeoning fright filmmakers such as Chelsea Stardust and Graham Denman, Eli Roth’s Crypt TV has been a fantastic outlet for horror fans both casual and well-versed to discover new, unique voices in the genre. Now, Crypt TV is continuing their series of seasonal scare shorts by reuniting with Luchagore Productions, the team were behind festival favorite EL GIGANTE, for a gruesome offering that shows you the wicked truth behind the Easter Bunny!

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  • NYC’s IFC Center Programs Massive Stephen King Screening Series!

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    A rabid St. Bernard, a writer at the mercy of an obsessed fan and a group of teenagers that piss off the wrong telepath… what do these all have in common? That’s right: Stephen King. Now, as his horror classic CARRIE turns 40 this year, NYC’s IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue at 3rd Street; 212-924-7771) is celebrating by showcasing a lucky 13 of the author’s film adaptations of his classic novels and short stories.

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  • Scream Factory Howls for Eric Red’s “BAD MOON”, Re-Announces “HELLHOLE”

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    When it comes to werewolf films, horror fans are usually most familiar with the usual suspects: THE WOLF MAN, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON and THE HOWLING. But after those films, there are some genre gems hiding among the outliers, including DOG SOLDIERS, SILVER BULLET and BAD MOON, the latter which came from the macabre mind of THE HITCHER scribe Eric Red. Now, those in the cult of BAD MOON have cause of celebration as Scream Factory announced today that they’re releasing the 1996 werewolf flick to Blu-ray.

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  • “DIARY OF A DEADBEAT” (Film Review)

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    If you’re a fan of violent low-budget genre movies, you’ve almost certainly heard the name Jim VanBebber, and you’ve probably seen his 1988 college-kid opus DEADBEAT AT DAWN. Handmade, violent as hell, and wildly ambitious, DEADBEAT AT DAWN is a reflection of the man himself, who did his own stunts, wrote, and starred in the film. His career continued from there, and he found an odd cult success, chronicled in a cleverly-named new documentary, DIARY OF A DEADBEAT.

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  • Event Report: BBQ Films’ Immersive “BEETLEJUICE” Experience

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    For those in the Brooklyn area, the House of YES is better known as one of the premiere event venues in New York. An art-chic locale home to myriad musical and live performances, there’s guaranteed to be something exciting going on each weekend at House of YES. However, for one weekend in 2016, House of YES was transformed into the House of Deetz for an event unlike any other the venue had ever seen: a real-life immersive BEETLEJUICE screening and wedding reception, complete with an afterparty, interactive theater and creepy treats throughout.

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