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    Cabal Cut is now Extended Director’s Cut of “NIGHTBREED,” Coming in 2014

    Scream Factory, the boutique cult and horror offshoot from Shout! Factory, swiftly blew many away this past July with the announcement they’d release the storied “Cabal Cut” of NIGHTBREED. A longer version that reinstates long lost material, the cut becomes a different film that finally restores the vision of Clive Barker in adapting CABAL. Now made official via things that makes things official like contracts, it’s been revealed that the much anticipated NIGHTBREED Extended Director’s Cut will not only hit DVD & Blu-ray, but digital distribution as well.

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    Toronto! Win Tix to See Goblin Live and Meet the Band Backstage!

    FANGORIA and INERTIA Entertainment want to send three lucky Italian horror fanatics and their pals to see legendary progressive rock band GOBLIN’s Toronto stop on their triumphant North American tour on Friday, October 11th at The Opera House. And one lucky fan and a friend will get the chance to duck backstage and meet the band for the uberfan meet and greet!

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    “YOU’RE NEXT” (Movie Review)

    It’s understandable if, as a viewer, you initially experience difficulty being eloquent when it comes to navigating and expressing thoughts on YOU’RE NEXT. If so, it’s because the literal buzzing you’re feeling upon its end leaves you with essentially one word: great.

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    Jaume Balagueró teases horrifying, claustrophobic “[REC] 4″ in new Featurette

    The Russian oil tanker previously toured by star Manuela Velasco is again the site of a brief dispatch from the set of [REC] 4: APOCALYPSE. This time, director Jaume Balagueró updates on the progress of the supposedly final picture in the series, revealing what fans can expect from his vision and even a second of footage.

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    Toronto! Celebrate the return of “NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD LIVE” and Win a Fango Subscription!

    After a smash run earlier this year, Nictophobia Films’ outrageously amusing, campy stage remounting of the seminal 1968 masterpiece of zombie horror, returns to the Toronto stage at Theatre Passe Murraille. GEORGE A. ROMERO’S NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD LIVE, directed by EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL’s Christopher Bond and sponsored in part by FANGORIA,  is co-produced by Romero and his NOTLD cohorts John Russo and Russ Streiner and is designed and lit in shuddery, shadowy black and white. Act one faithfully reproduces every beat of the original classic, while act two flies bloodily off the rails and the show veers wonderfully between pleasing the core cult and hooking a general audience. It’s a blast and the lads behind the show have now altered many of the gags and toyed with the staging, so even if you caught it during its first run, you’ll get a fresh frisson or two from this version…

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    “STOKER’S MANUSCRIPT” (Book Review)

    In the seemingly inexhaustible territory of modern vampire literature, it can be refreshing to uncover those restorative works of fiction that hark back to the cold-blooded, merciless and inhuman traditional bloodsuckers that set the precedent. Bram Stoker epitomized this vein of literature in 1897 with DRACULA, forever changing the world of horror with its since oft-depicted antagonist. The novel and the Count have inspired a vast number of other works that have become somewhat detached from the source, but Royce Prouty’s debut novel STOKER’S MANUSCRIPT (Penguin) pays careful homage to Stoker’s original masterpiece.

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