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  • The Dreadful Ten: 10 Anticipated Films at Fantasia 2016!

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    The 20th Fantasia Film Festival began this weekend, and I’m on my way there right now. In an attempt to filter my overwhelming excitement into something productive, here’s a list of the top ten movies I cannot wait to see in Montreal over the next couple weeks. I’ve decided to leave off some of the awesome screenings at Fantasia that you’ve already heard about — like LIGHTS OUT and BEFORE I WAKE, the films you’re going to be seeing soon in mainstream multiplexes. Instead of those, I pored over the Fantasia program for the hard-to-see films I’m really excited for and some upcoming movies that might not be on your radar yet…

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  • Exclusive Clip, Digital Giveaway: UK Horror Comedy “BACHELOR GAMES”

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    We’ve all had those nights: the ones where the party of the lifetime turns into a living hell. Luckily, even our worst nights don’t get as nightmarish as BACHELOR GAMES, the latest horror offering from filmmaker Edward McGown that depicts a tale of hard living, and even harder survival. Now, with the flick on VOD from Gravitas Ventures, FANGORIA has an exclusive BACHELOR GAMES clip for horrorheads as well as a chance for some readers to see the flick for free!

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  • New Info, Trailer: Andreas Marschall’s Neo-Giallo “MASKS”!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA offered up news on the latest visceral venture from Cult Epics’ mastermind Nico B., Reel Gore Releasing, which launches transgressive international titles into the U.S. starting next month with VIOLENT SHIT – THE MOVIE. Now, FANGORIA has the latest information and trailer regarding September’s Reel Gore title, Andreas Marschall’s German modern-day giallo flick, MASKS!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Catch Up On Horror TV!

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    For this week’s episode of THE RANTS MACABRE, Darren & Mindy run the gamut of horror television with a binge-happy recap of PREACHER, PENNY DREADFUL, OUTCAST, and HANNIBAL! What petrifying programs make the grade for the demonic duo? Will any scare series make our horror hosts want to change the channel? Find out below!

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  • Caption Contest Results: 7/11 – 7/15

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    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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  • Some Severe Situations #1: “Something in the Water?”

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    There the bastard was. Just lying there. Dead. Ronnie had never been a believer in monsters, not in the slightest, and this disregard for the supernatural was just the thing that made him quite calm when he finally encountered one. A monster. At least that’s what this bastard appeared to be. And there it was, bleeding out, all over the goddamn brand-new carpet Ronnie had just installed earlier that week. He laid the carpet himself, sloppily, but it saved him a few bucks. He also skimped by not having the carpet scotch-guarded. Ronnie was a cleanly man—aside from the occasional beer spill or dropped potato chip–so there wasn’t any need for an “elaborate rug.” All he needed was the basic model. After all, why protect something he knew damn well he wasn’t going to damage?

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  • “STRANGER THINGS” (TV Review)

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    In this current climate of the entertainment industry, it’s no surprise that genre filmmakers tend to use nostalgia to their advantage, as, sadly, so few fright fans are willing to give wholly original work a fair shake. While sometimes this leads to grating, overused genre tropes from yesteryear getting another chance to shine, filmmakers who learn from their inspirations and apply it in earnest can create something very special. Luckily, STRANGER THINGS absolutely falls in the latter category, crafting a story evocative of Stephen King and ’80s supernatural thriller pulp novels that balances brilliant character work and gripping genre storytelling effortlessly.

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  • Exclusive Artwork: Chris Alexander’s “FEMALE WEREWOLF”!

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    Although Chris Alexander has carved out a fantastic career as a musician as well as writer and editor for some of horror’s top publications- Rue-Morgue, FANGORIA, Shock Till You Drop, to name a few-, fright fans are getting to know Alexander as a filmmaker as well. With patient, eerie offerings such as BLOOD FOR IRINA and QUEEN OF BLOOD to his credit, Alexander’s unique brand of art house horror has unsettled indie horror audiences time and time again. Now, Alexander is back with his latest petrifying psychodrama, FEMALE WEREWOLF, and FANGORIA has the exclusive Blu-ray wrap art below!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL” Launches Season Three With “TREMORS”!

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    WE’LL SEE YOU HELL is back, and now, with considerably less sin! For the first episode of their movie-centric third season, Joe DeRosa & Pat Walsh return with style as they dig up their contemporary take on TREMORS! The gruesome twosome discuss whether or not TREMORS qualifies as a “horror” movie, the TREMORS franchise as a whole, nostalgia on the brain, remakes, and more. And be sure to check out Joe DeRosa’s SOME SEVERE SITUATIONS short story series, kicking off later today on FANGORIA.com!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Rewind “THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT”

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    On this week’s eerie installment of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate and Tab revisit the 1999 genre gamechanger, THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT! With the film being among Kate’s favorites, Tab is checking out this found footage flick with fresh eyes. The petrifying pair will also discuss THE CURSE OF THE BLAIR WITCH, the Syfy Original mockumentary that fueled the film’s sensational marketing campaign. You can also can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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  • Q&A: Alain Moussi talks “KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE”!

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    Here at FANGORIA, we pride ourselves on giving readers the very latest and greatest on all things horror, but if you may, please indulge our mutual fandom for the action-packed cinema that created icons out of Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Jean Claude Van Damme. Seasoned martial artist and stuntman Alain Moussi took that love one step and countless hours of practice further, and now, Moussi is in the big shoes that once belonged to JCVD in KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE.

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