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  • Release Date Shuffle: “THE BYE BYE MAN”, “THE BLACKCOAT’S DAUGHTER”

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    Just a few weeks ago, FANGORIA reported that STX Entertainment’s upcoming horror venture THE BYE BYE MAN was moved up from a Halloween release to early June, setting the film one week before the release of THE CONJURING 2 in a strong vote of confidence. Since then, the trailer and poster for THE BYE BYE MAN have been released and all seemed to be according to plan… until just days ago, when news broke that THE BYE BYE MAN would be pushed back from June all the way to December 9th, near the release date that KRAMPUS inhabited late last year.

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  • “DANGEROUS MEN” (Blu-ray Review)

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    In many ways, the Alamo Drafthouse brand has become a safe harbor for the odd, obscure and altogether ostracized film. While the Drafthouse Films distribution model has offered high-class art film, transgressive foreign fare and excursions into the absurd, Drafthouse locations around the country have hosted unique repertory screenings of classic and cult titles that can’t be found at your local multiplex. Yet nothing quite compares to how Drafthouse has help reinvigorate the “midnight movie” model, and by reintroducing films like MIAMI CONNECTION, ROAR and DANGEROUS MEN to the world, Drafthouse has helped cement a new legacy for insane and incompetently-made cinema otherwise lost in time.

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  • Texas Frightmare Weekend 2016: The FANGORIA/TFW Mixtape!

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    With only one week before Texas Frightmare Weekend descends upon the Hyatt Regency DFW, excitement is at a fever pitch for the star-studded event featuring the stars of the SCREAM, HALLOWEEN and NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchises. Yet with so much to do and so many people to see and meet during the Southwest’s Premiere Horror Convention, one wonders how they might keep their brains from reaching maximum overload. Luckily, FANGORIA has you covered, as we’ve assembled a carefully curated mixtape to play as the unofficial soundtrack for Texas Frightmare Weekend!

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  • “SCHRAMM” (Blu-ray Review)

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    Expertly designed to cause discomfort, 1993’s SCHRAMM was the final feature-length film by notorious taboo-shatterer Jörg Buttgereit—a polite yet ferocious German director you may have read about here, as Cult Epics has been releasing one Blu-ray after another documenting his feared and revered career.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: William Lustig Gets Maniacal For “MONSTER PARTY”!

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    MANIAC. MANIAC COP. VIGILANTE. There are few directors that have brought action and horror to the streets of New York City better than William Lustig. A master of horror in his own right, Lustig’s twisted sensibilities have led to some of the most fun cinematic offerings of the past thirty years, and that’s before considering his excellent second career with the DVD/Blu-ray distributor Blue Underground. Now, Lustig becomes a maniac when he joins this week’s episode of MONSTER PARTY!

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  • Kevin Smith’s “YOGA HOSERS” Plans Summer Release; Appealing R-Rating!

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    One of the most divisive horror titles of 2014, TUSK saw the first full-fledged theatrical release for a Kevin Smith film since his foray into the horror genre whilst introducing his core audience to his impending “True North” trilogy. And while Smith’s second “True North” horror film, YOGA HOSERS, recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, Smith himself revealed that the film will be coming out sooner rather than later, and potentially for a much wider audience.

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  • Q&A: Missi Pyle talks “PANDEMIC” and “DIRECTOR’S CUT”!

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    One of the obvious reasons why the fictional zombie apocalypse appeals to such a mass audience is that there’s an element of “what if?” voyeurism to the scenario. When we see characters bashing in the skulls of the undead or creating contraptions to guard themselves from scavengers and cannibals, we see ourselves in their shoes and wonder what exactly we would do had we been face-to-face with hordes of zombies. And in the film PANDEMIC, now on VOD from XLrator Media, audiences are literally face-to-face with the living dead as the film takes a first-person POV approach to surviving a rage virus break-out. FANGORIA recently caught up with PANDEMIC actress Missi Pyle to talk PANDEMIC as well as her upcoming turn in Adam Rifkin’s DIRECTOR’S CUT…

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