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    Collectibles for Adults: Mondo reveals “SILENCE OF THE LAMBS” Wine/Posters

    The surprising, serious quality of NBC’s HANNIBAL has led to a bit of a renaissance of the Thomas Harris-created cannibal, and Mondo — the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible arts boutique — has not only revealed a great poster, but the continuation of their limited series of wine and a slate of SILENCE OF THE LAMBS feasts.

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    FANGORIA Presents: “GERM Z” Video Diary, Part One

    In the latest FANGORIA Presents release GERM Z, a deadly zombie outbreak spawns after the military executes what becomes a failed attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite. An alien lifeform hitches a ride to Earth posthaste and hooks up with unlucky humans; cue mass cannibalism and zombie mayhem. For this fifth release under the FANGORIA Presents banner (see here for details; to find Fango’s Comcast collection on your VOD channel, search this way: Movies > Movie Collections > Fangoria), GERM Z’s bright filmmaking team put together an exclusive five-part video documentary that reveals details on their unique zombie flick’s production.

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    Q&A: Jon Schnepp on “ABCs OF DEATH,” Part One

    The ABC’s of Death (now available on DVD and Blu-ray) is an alphabetized mind fuck through 36 gonzo, gory, and grim horror vignettes, each directed by a noted genre name. The “W” installment, WTF, was handled by Jon Schnepp, known for his work on METALOCALYPSE for which he’s produced, directed and developed the character design. ABC’s is his first foray into being a horror filmmaker, which seems to be where it’s at for this lifelong fan. The style in WTF, inspired by his great admiration for EVIL DEAD II, is definitely “splatstick” and “kitchen sink,” but there is more than one type of horror in Schnepp’s black metal heart. He adores body horror and would love to terrify in the tradition of both Cronenberg and Carpenter (e.g. THE THING). Schnepp was stoked to share his love and enthusiasm of all things geek with Fango.

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    Stephen King rarity “THE DARK MAN” to be republished this July

    For fans of literary legend Stephen King, completing a definitive collection of the author’s work is a daunting task, as many of his early tales remain uncollected or only available as rare self-publications. However, one of the most important of the author’s initial works will be seeing the light of day courtesy of Cemetery Dance Publications, accompanied by all-new artwork by Glenn Chadbourne.

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