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  • Exclusive Stills: Anarchy goes Viral in “ANTISOCIAL 2”

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    With the boom of horror films to come out of Canada over the past several years, one of the more prolific VOD successes was ANTISOCIAL, the psychologically-driven fright flick following a a group of people who experience a pandemic event that supposedly begins from a virus that can transmitted from the internet. And now, 2 years after the first film premiered at Fantasia Film Festival, ANTISOCIAL 2 brings director Cody Calahan, co-writer Chad Archibald, cinematographer (and now co-writer) Jeff Maher and star Michelle Mylett back in action, and now FANGORIA has four exclusive stills from the film!

    For those unfamiliar, here’s the official synopsis for ANTISOCIAL 2…

    Years after having her newborn child stolen from her, Sam searches a world infested with infected users from the Social Redroom website. After befriending a young girl named Bean, Sam is captured and locked in a facility dedicated to finding a cure for the Redroom Virus. Trapped and tortured, Sam tries to escape the facility before an impending update on the Redroom site hits 100% and unleashed its final phase of attack.

    ANTISOCIAL 2 is premiering at the Fantasia Film Festival on July 30th; for more information and tickets, you can visit it’s Fantasia page here. And you can check out the exclusive ANTISOCIAL 2 stills below!

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  • Fantasia ’15: Director and star talk “JU-ON: THE FINAL CURSE”

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    With seven sequels under its belt (10, if you count the U.S. GRUDGE entries), JU-ON has proven to be the most durable series in the Japanese fright genre. Its spine-tingling angry-mom-and-creepy-son ghost combo has been with us since 1998; now, if titles are to be believed, the saga is wrapping up in its latest installment, JU-ON: THE FINAL CURSE, which has its international premiere tonight at Montreal’s Fantasia festival.

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  • Q&A: Tom Woodruff Jr. talks “HARBINGER DOWN” and Practical FX

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    Though you may not recognize his face, you would most certainly recognize the work of legendary FX artist and creature performer Tom Woodruff Jr. A protege of Stan Winston and the head of practical FX house StudioADI, Woodruff has been Pumpkinhead, a Xenomorph, Gillman and more gorillas than you can count, all the while crafting movie magic behind the camera as well. But rarely has a project been as personal to Woodruff than HARBINGER DOWN, a practical FX-driven creature feature produced by StudioADI and starring Woodruff’s ALIENS collaborator, Lance Henriksen. With the film hitting select theaters soon, FANGORIA caught up with Woodruff  to talk about HARBINGER DOWN, the revival of practical FX and pulling it all off on a Kickstarter budget…

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: The 5 Essential “MONSTER PARTY” Episodes!

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    While the horror community should be no stranger to the world of podcasts, especially with the likes of KILLER POV and THE MOVIE CRYPT slashing their way into our ears every week. But for some, podcasting is still unchartered territory, and horror fans who aren’t in-the-know may have a difficult time finding an organic entry point into the free audio entertainment. So with that in mind, FANGORIA reached out to the hosts of our Podcast Network’s own MONSTER PARTY, and we’ve compiled the top five episodes for unfamiliar fright fans to get a taste of the conversational horror/sci-fi podcast…

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  • Toys of Terror #62

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    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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  • Glass Doll Films Releases Grindhouse Classics “BONNIE’S KIDS”, “THE CENTERFOLD GIRLS” to Australian Blu-ray

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    As most fans of the macabre know, the horror and exploitation genres have often walked hand-in-hand as entertainment normally reserved for the deviants and disturbed. However, the renaissance of both genres over the past decade has truly shined a new light on some of the exceptional work among the seedy unbelly of cinema, and now, thats to the Australian-based Glass Doll Films, two of the most renowned grindhouse flicks are coming to high definition with plenty of exclusive extras: Arthur Marks’ BONNIE’S KIDS and John Peyser’s THE CENTERFOLD GIRLS!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune in to the New “BLOOD LUST”, with Special Guest Joe DeRosa!

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    While some may recognize Bailey Jay from her reputable and prolific career in the world of porn or her extremely popular comedy podcast THE BAILEY JAY SHOW, Jay’s insatiable appetite for fright has left a mark on the world of horror podcast with her podcast, BLOOD LUST. With her passion for the petrifying, Jay worships at the altar of horror past, including the likes of Vincent Price, H.G. Lewis and THE MUNSTERS. But like most horror fans, her search for thrilling tales of terror has sent her into the world of streaming, and with that in mind, Jay brings about fellow FANGORIA Podcast Network host Joe DeRosa onto this week’s BLOOD LUST!

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  • FANTASTICA Presents: Law and Horror

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    You’ve seen it before, you’ll see it again and you’ll see it coming from a mile away. It’s one of the most familiar plot devices in horror history: a family (or a married couple) will have just come in contact with some sort of malevolent force, and now, one of their own is injured or missing at the hands of said evil. Suddenly, someone grabs a phone, and without fail, someone will ask them who they’re calling. “We need to call the cops,” they’ll scream, exhausted and desperate by the ordeal. Suddenly, the phone is taken out of their hands by their loved one, who looks at them and spouts out a variation on the same line: “What are we going to tell them? _____ did this to our home? What will they think?” And with that simple line, the family (or couple) must turn to an outside source- often times an eccentric-type- to help them save their child and their lives.

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