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  • “FLYTRAP” (Film Review)

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    It’s the surreal acting that generates intrigue as FLYTRAP’s plot unfolds. Austrian actress Ina-Alice Kopp is beyond convincing as an alien pretending to be an attractive human woman. Her stellar performance is much warranted, as this hostage story is largely dependent on the developing relationship between the captive and the capturer. As for the captive, Jeremy Crutchley’s dryly humorous British professor is an entertaining character to be trapped in a Los Angeles suburban house with for one hour and twenty minutes.

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  • Exclusive Trailer Premiere: Countryside Carnage in “THE WINDMILL”!

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    There’s been a lot of phenomenal fright fare set in the vast countrysides of Europe. Whether it’s AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, DOG SOLDIERS, 28 WEEKS LATER, or OUTPOST, there’s lots of local legends and pure terror that have been mined over the years. But even with all the creatures and creeps that have hit the silver screen in those films, there’s been nothing quite like Nick Jongerius’ THE WINDMILL, and FANGORIA has the exclusive new trailer for the film below!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Go Bold With Bava’s “BLACK SABBATH”!

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    On this week’s episode of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab continue their month-long series on Italian Horror with a look at Mario Bava’s groundbreaking anthology, BLACK SABBATH! The petrifying pair discuss Bava’s use of lighting and color to change the mood of each segment, the alterations made to the American cut to reduce some of the more sensational aspects, and Bava’s influences on modern directors, particularly Quentin TarantinoFurthermore, you can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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  • “RAW MEAT” (a/k/a “DEATH LINE”) Hitting Blu-ray via Blue Underground!

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    For fans of British cult classics, one title that’s been eagerly awaiting an HD upgrade is Gary Sherman’s RAW MEAT, a tale of cannibalism and depravity beneath London. Also known as DEATH LINE, this fright film was last released to home video format in 2003, and the current most readily available version is in a not-greatly-preserved standard definition cut. However, that’s all about to change in early 2017, as FANGORIA has learned that Blue Underground will be bringing RAW MEAT to Blu-ray!

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  • “THE TRIANGLE” (Film Review)

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    When it comes to the POV/Found Footage-esque films, it’s safe to say that, for the most part, we’ve seen it all by now. Sure, squeezed in between a dozen or so awful entries, there can be a hidden gem and when said gem is found, it’s an experience, to say the least. The hard part comes in the brutal fact that as the market is flooded with countless knockoffs of what’s hot at the moment, finding those films which make you sit on the edge of your seat, enthralled, become harder to find. So was the case in the Adam Stilwell, Andrew Rizzo, Adam Pitman, David Blair and Nathaniel Peterson-helmed film THE TRIANGLE.

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  • Double Take Comics Plan “NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD” Compilation Paperbacks!

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    Over the past year, Double Take Comics has been invading the world of zombie horror with a ten-book comic run that spanned the gauntlet of a zombie invasion. We’re not talking about one comic book with ten issues, but literally, ten separate storylines, all of which centered around one outbreak. Ranging from superheroes to G-men to just plain dumb teenagers tripping over their own feet, each story revolves around George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD universe and provides different perspectives on the same gruesome event.

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  • “WOLF CREEK: THE SERIES” (TV Review)

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    It could have been very easy for the creators of WOLF CREEK to go the FREDDY’S NIGHTMARES route, positing tails of outback terror connected by modern horror icon Mick Taylor. After all, star John Jarratt is so perfect in the role of the sadistic, crude killer that it’s almost criminal to not give him the platform to perform on the WOLF CREEK series. However, perhaps the reason WOLF CREEK’s TV continuation works as well as it does is that it understands the narrative value of Taylor, and by allowing Jarratt to take a backseat to the story of his vengeance-bound victim, the series builds upon the seedy world of WOLF CREEK, in which Taylor is far from the only danger lurking in the darkness.

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  • “PLANKFACE” (Film Review)

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    As a young couple begin to fool around on the hood of their car, deep in the woods, we see a masked figure walk up, dragging an axe. While the murderer definitely succeeds in his mission of murder in the short scene, he’s wounded multiple times before stumbling off. Not too long after, Max and Stacey (I-ZOMBIE’s Nathan Barrett and FRANKENSTEIN CREATED BIKERS’ Ellie Church) are setting up for a nice weekend of camping when they’re attacked by a drifter who leaves Max injured and Stacey brutally raped. When Max awakes, mid-way through his girlfriend getting raped, something in him snaps, and not only does he exact revenge on the drifter, but does it by returning the favor with a knife…right before getting knocked unconscious.

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  • Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival Presents: “EGOMANIAC” & The Meta Revenge Film!

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    Horror films have always excelled at exploring the fragility of sanity. No other genre ventures into the unspeakably dark crevices of the human mind with the naked curiosity that horror does. Nor does any genre make the descent into madness as much fun as it is with horror. Enhancing that fun factor is filmmaker Kate Shenton, who marries horror and comedy in her debut fictional film, EGOMANIAC, which will have it’s North American premiere on October 7th during the Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival.

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  • Toys of Terror #118

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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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