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    The weirdness of “LORDS OF SALEM” on display in new image

    Rob Zombie’s latest film, THE LORDS OF SALEM is a departure. His personality is entirely intact, but veering off into more evocative dream-like places, and part of that is the array of creatures that populate the film’s frames, hovering around Sheri Moon Zombie’s Heidi. One such hell beast makes an appearance the film’s latest still. 

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    Q&A: “COME OUT AND PLAY” producer Diego Luna

    Diego Luna faced a couple of challenges as one of the producers of COME OUT AND PLAY: helping to reinvent the 1976 Spanish cult classic WHO COULD KILL A CHILD? for a modern audience, and dealing with the new movie’s, shall we say, unique writer/director, the film artist known only as Makinov. Luna discusses these issues and more in this exclusive interview.

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    Watch: Rodney Ascher’s “S FROM HELL”; a strange, short precursor to “ROOM 237″

    While it now personifies little more than bland teen thrillers, Screen Gems apparently took the mid-60s by storm with their “S From Hell,” a red, occultish logo burnt into the brain of impressionable children and distorted into something entirely evil by their imagination. Prior to his upcoming chronicle of the many interpretations of Stanley Kubrick’s THE SHINING, director Rodney Ascher explored this other avenue of cinematic strange in similar, exceptional style. 

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    NYC! Celebrate the release of “EVIL DEAD” with FANGORIA & star Jane Levy at the official party

    Much like we rung in last year’s GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE with a black-clad, star studded affair, FANGORIA and TriStar Pictures are returning to Times Square’s own haunted home Times Scare to officially kick off the highly anticipated splattershow reboot of EVIL DEAD with star Jane Levy. Want to come?

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    Barbie Wilde’s “THE VENUS COMPLEX” (Book Review)

    Serial killers are assholes, by and large. But that doesn’t mean they’re stupid. Intelligence is no defense against psychosis, after all. It just makes them potentially more interesting to listen to, as their minds yammer endlessly inside their brains.

    And so it goes with Michael Friday, the none-too-humble narrator of Barbie Wilde’s alarming first novel, The Venus Complex. The guy’s a total dick, and we’re stuck in his head. But the deeper we go, the more gripping it gets.

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    Win lesbian sci-fi rock ‘n roll animated musical “STRANGE FRAME” on DVD

    Attention trippy sci-fi animation film fans: Wolfe Video has sent contest copies of their latest film, STRANGE FRAME, and FANGORIA wants you to win the first “lesbian science fiction rock ‘n roll animated musical!”

    Featuring the voice work of Tim Curry, George Takei, Claudia Black and Tara Strong, G.B. Hajim’s STRANGE FRAME is set at the end of the 28th century, where the human race has long since abandoned a desolate earth. In order to survive, humanity has been using genetic engineering to adapt to other world environments, to the point where changing one’s skin color or gender has become commonplace. On the moon Ganymede, saxophonist Parker ( Black) and guitarist Naia (Strong) develop a close relationship. The two embark on their new relationship and form a new band—but they also must fight for their freedom from the evil Mig (Tim Curry).

    Want a copy? Just send an email to rebekah@fangoria.com

    Please be sure to put “STRANGE FRAME” in the subject line.

    Include the following info:

    • Your name

    • Mailing address

    • Phone number

    • Email address

    • Age

    Thanks so much, and be sure to check out STRANGE FRAME, now available on DVD from Wolfe Video.

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    VIDEO: NZ’s master of transgression David Blyth at work on new film “GHOST BRIDE”

    dblythPhoto: ANGEL MINE (1979)

    David Blyth, who first caused a scandal in his native New Zealand with the film ANGEL MINE in 1979 (the public outcry helped along, no doubt, by the fact that the film was the recipient of funding from the then-newly established New Zealand Interim Film Commission), followed by DEATH WARMED UP in 1984 (which was given a special jury award at the Festival International de Paris du film fantastique et de science fiction by  none other than Alejandro Jodorowsky) and most recently the trio of role-playing horror hybrids BOUND FOR PLEASURE, TRANSFIGURED NIGHTS and WOUND, is back in the director’s chair for a film that he figures is “less likely to be banned”: GHOST BRIDE.

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