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    From the FANGORIA Vault: Joe Dante’s “PIRANHA” (1978)

    With this polar vortex nearly out of sight here at the FANGORIA archives, things are finally starting to heat up. Granted, we may be just inches above a highly combustible boiler room, but I digress. The good news is that we’re finally uncovering the corpse-infested archive swimming pool, and a very fitting selection of stills floated to the surface from Joe Dante’s PIRANHA!

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    Stream to Scream: “BEREAVEMENT”

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu channel. To give you a better idea of what’s in store, FANGORIA will be taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with this newest feature, Stream to Scream. First up: Stevan Mena’s demented BEREAVEMENT.

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    Geriatric Horror Returns with M. Night Shyamalan’s “SUNDOWNING”

    National treasure Kathryn Hahn (STEP BROTHERS) is leading M. Night Shyamalan’s return to something more horror oriented in SUNDOWNING. The film, Shyamalan’s follow-up to last year’s AFTER EARTH, sees the director seemingly jump into the growing number of geriatric/elderly-based horror like the recent SXSW Midnighter LATE PHASES, and the upcoming AJ Bowen and Gene Jones-starring DEMENTIA.

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    “THE RAID 2″: Who is Hammer Girl?

    Like its predecessor, THE RAID 2 is not wanting for chaos. Across its crime saga-fit runtime, there is no shortage of skin to slash, heads to smash, glass and bones to break, or bullets flying. But while almost every sequence is more spectacular than the last, it’s likely you’ll emerge from the film with one villain’s name on the tip of your tongue. Like Mad Dog before her, Hammer Girl is an impossibly violent piece of work immediately burned into your brain. Using the household tool as a natural extension of Tiger Style, and masking something with those bug big sunglasses, the beautiful, ferocious character is unknowable and so very cool.

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    Q&A: Director King Jeff talks “SHALLOW CREEK CULT”

    King Jeff’s shoestring creeper SHALLOW CREEK CULT finds two brothers embark on a road trip to spread their grandfather’s ashes in Shallow Creek, Louisiana only to find themselves face to face with a terrifying, cannibalistic cult. Newly available on a special edition DVD, Fango spoke to the independent filmmaker about the production.

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    EXCL Photo, New Poster: Satirical Horror, “L.A. SLASHER”

    The L.A. Slasher is coming, and he’s pointing his blade at thinly veiled depictions of real-life pop culture hot messes in a new satirical horror film with an ensemble meta cast and a continuing, particularly buzzing campaign. FANGORIA has an exclusive photo featuring THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE’s Ashlynn Yennie from the film, as well as the premiere of its “Marilyn” Poster. 

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “PUMPKINHEAD”

    Is there anything as exciting as stumbling upon an unexpected treasure? Over here at the FANGORIA Vault, we think so, especially considering the numerous cobwebs and skeletal remains we’ve swatted through over the years. Of course, sometimes “treasure” can also be an understatement, like in the case where we discover a gallery of amazing and rare stills from the set of the late, great Stan Winston’s PUMPKINHEAD!

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    Q&A: Frank Pavich and the tale of “JODOROWSKY’S DUNE”

    Cinema is full of devastating stories of films unfinished, abandoned or stolen. One of the most mythical of these is Alejandro Jodorowsky’s follow-up to his magical cult classics EL TOPO and THE HOLY MOUNTAIN, a proposed adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science fiction novel, DUNE. The film was deep in pre-production in the mid-70s when financing fell apart, and boasted a crazy attached cast including Orson Welles, Salvador Dali, Mick Jagger, Gloria Swanson and David Carradine, production design by HR Giger and Jean “Moebius” Giraud, visual FX by Dan O’Bannon, and music by Magma and Pink Floyd. One can only imagine the stunning, mystical epic this would have been.

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