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    FANGORIA Flashback: “THEY LIVE”

    Would you bite the hand that feeds you? What if that hand belonged to an extraterrestrial force that controls your mind via consumerism? That’s the question on the mind of genre maestro John Carpenter in his satirical alien-infiltration thriller THEY LIVE, which is being screened for one week only for its 25th anniversary at New York City’s IFC Center (323 Avenue of the Americas at West 3rd Street) starting Friday, December 6. In commemoration of that anniversary, FANGORIA takes a look back at Carpenter’s hybrid of clever science fiction, intense horror and kick-ass action.

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “THE AMITYVILLE HORROR”

    As FANGORIA readers know, home is where the heart is. Whether it’s beating or not is another question entirely, but that doesn’t stop us from returning time and time again to haunted-house films. Today, FANGORIA offers a couple of rare stills from one of the most influential horror-home films of all time: 1979’s THE AMITYVILLE HORROR!

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    Jim VanBebber Crowdfunding “GATOR GREEN” Feature

    Jim VanBebber’s short GATOR GREEN, originally released on the special edition Blu of his THE MANSON FAMILY earlier this year, is on the way to realizing its original vision of running feature length.  Together with Stephen Biro and Scott Gabbey (who both worked on the short film), VanBebber is seeking new funds, via IndieGogo, to launch a brand new company that will enable them to seek the full investor money for the feature.

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    Sweet & Scary are Side by Side in new “DEVIL’S DUE” Trailer

    There’s a lot of fun to be had in the back-and-forth rhythm of audibly sweet sentiment and the visual perversion of such that plays out in the new trailer for upcoming found footage film DEVIL’S DUE. “This where me and your mom got married,” an expectant father tells his unborn child as a priest bleeds generously from the nose, vows are exchanged over unholy ritual and whether or not Radio Silence’s POV spin on the birth of the antichrist is indeed something to fear, it’s hard to not generate some goodwill with this latest clip. 

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